Led by Rick Miller and Nancy Levine
Monday, June 04, 201212:00 PM - 2:00 PM
Rick Miller. 2012. Unsettled meaning: memorializing lost mobility through a monument in Ordos, Inner Mongolia
Jarmila Ptackova. 2010. Sedentarisation of Tibetan nomads in China: Implementation of the Nomadic settlement project in the Tibetan Amdo area; Qinghai and Sichuan Provinces
Emily T. Yeh. 2005. GREEN GOVERNMENTALITY AND PASTORALISM IN WESTERN CHINA: ‘CONVERTING PASTURES TO GRASSLANDS’
J. Marc Foggin. 2008. Depopulating the Tibetan Grasslands: National Policies and Perspectives for the Future of Tibetan Herders in Qinghai Province, China
The Central Asia Workshop is an interdisciplinary discussion group sponsored by the UCLA Program on Central Asia (http://www.international.ucla.edu/asia/centralasia/). The goal of the workshop is to encourage graduate student research on Central Asia by creating a space where students and interested faculty can discuss research, theory and ideas with others who have experience or interest in the region. The workshop is a forum for exploring recent research and classical and contemporary theoretical perspectives that inform work in Central Asia. Past discussion topics have included Tatar language and identity; environmental activism in Central Asia; mental health, religion and healing in Tajikistan and Uzbekistan; imagining modernity; gendered national identity; and the Uighurs of Xinjiang.
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