Resisting under Occupation. A Palestinian – Uyghur Comparison

Schuster, D. J. (2017). Resisting under Occupation. A Palestinian–Uyghur Comparison. Anchor Academic Publishing. Link

Blurb

This comparative study of the resistance behavior between the Palestinians and Chinese Uyghurs delineates the commonalities of the two case studies in terms of circumstances and resistance behavior, while creating its research puzzle from their differences of the latter. 89 more words

Uyghur

Security matters in marriage: Uyghurs’ perceptions of security in Xinjiang, China

Ding, M. (2018). Security matters in marriage: Uyghurs’ perceptions of security in Xinjiang, China. Central Asian Survey, 37(1), 85-99. Link

Abstract

Based on anthropological fieldwork conducted in the Xinjiang Uyghur Autonomous Region in China in 2016 and 2017, this article addresses the meanings of security from subjective perspectives by investigating Uyghur perceptions of marriage, which offer crucial insight into the meanings of security. 98 more words

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The New Battleground: Song-and-dance in China’s Muslim borderlands

Harris, Rachel (2017) ‘The New Battleground: Song-and-dance in China’s Muslim borderlands.’ World of Music, 6 (2). pp. 35-56. Link

Abstract

In a speech at China’s National People’s Congress in March 2014, the deputy chair of the China Dancer’s Association, Dilnar Abdulla, complained that ‘religious extremists’ in the Muslim region of Xinjiang were ‘campaigning for the commoners not to sing and dance’. 146 more words

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A Meshrep in Our Home... Where There Is No Meshrep: Contrasting Narratives in the Reinvention of a Uyghur Gathering

Snider, A. J. (2017). A Meshrep in Our Home… Where There Is No Meshrep: Contrasting Narratives in the Reinvention of a Uyghur Gathering (Doctoral dissertation, University of Kansas). 230 more words

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Invitation to a Mourning Ceremony: perspectives on the Uyghur internet

Harris, R., & Isa, A. (2011). ‘Invitation to a Mourning Ceremony’: Perspectives on the Uyghur Internet. Inner Asia, 27-49. Link

Abstract

This paper offers a historically located and sociopolitical reading of the Uyghur internet, focusing on Uyghur language sites which were legally operating within China and active in the run-up to the July 2009 protests. 127 more words

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Fact and Fiction: a Chinese Documentary on Eastern Turkestan Terrorism

Shichor, Y. (2006). Fact and fiction: A Chinese documentary on Eastern Turkestan terrorism. In China and Eurasia Forum Quarterly (Vol. 4, No. 2, pp. 89-108). … 95 more words

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See No Evil, Hear No Evil, Speak No Evil: Middle Eastern Reactions to Rising China's Uyghur Crackdown

Shichor, Y. (2015). See No Evil, Hear No Evil, Speak No Evil: Middle Eastern Reactions to Rising China’s Uyghur Crackdown. Griffith Asia Quarterly, 3(1), 62-85. … 126 more words

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