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China's 'Tibetan' Frontiers

Sharing the Contested Ground

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This pioneering ethnographic analysis provides a far-reaching critique of ‘ethnic’ China’s changing cultural topography. The study offers a timely reexamination of the complex and subtle processes of identification and belonging in a ‘Tibetan’ autonomous area. This work highlights how policies and social categories are anything but self-evident or monolithic: instead, local people are actively engaged in reinterpreting and modifying official policies in practice.

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