Prof. Dru Gladney Quoted by The Guardian About Uighur Tightrope Walkers in China
The Guardian newspaper sought Prof. Dru Gladney’s expertise on minorities in China for a fascinating story on “Chinese tightrope walkers’ balancing act between Xinjiang and Beijing,” published on Jan. 6.
Gladney, a professor of anthropology, is an expert on Chinese politics, ethnic and cultural nationalism, and ethnic minorities in China, with a focus on the people and cultures along the modern Silk Road. He is the author of several books on China’s ethnic minorities including Dislocating China: Muslims, Minorities, and Other Subaltern Subjects (2004), Muslim Chinese: Ethnic Nationalism in the People's Republic (1991, 2nd ed., 1996) and Ethnic Identity in China: The Making of a Muslim Minority Nationality (1998).
- News Story: “Chinese tightrope walkers’ balancing act between Xinjiang and Beijing,” The Guardian, Jan. 6, 2013
- News Story: "International Media Seek Prof. Dru Gladney's Expertise Following Car Crash and Explosion in China," Pomona Web, Nov. 4, 2013
- Prof. Dru Gladney's Faculty Profile
- Pomona College Department of Anthropology
- Pomona College Office of International Initiatives
- Pomona College Program in International Relations
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