The Routledge Studies on Ethnicity in Asia Series publishes quality manuscripts on ethnic issues by scholars in Public Administration, Public Management, and Public Policy as well as Anthropology, Economics, Geography, History, Political Science, and Sociology. There are no limitations regarding any aspects of ethnicity in Asia that may be included in the Series, provided the manuscript promotes theoretical debates and multidisciplinary approaches to the study of ethnicity in Asia.
Edited by Xiaowei Zang of the School of East Asian Studies at The University of Sheffield in the UK.
International Editorial Board: Colin Mackerras, Griffith University, Australia, Jonathan Lipman, Mount Holyoke College, USA, William Jankowiak, University of Nevada, USA, Bjorn Gustafsson, University of Goteborg, Sweden, Dru Gladney, Pomona College, USA.
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May 30, 2017
Contributing to existing literature on ethnic studies in China, this book is a study of minority subjective experiences in China, using Uyghur Muslims as a case study. By examining Uyghur conceptions of family and society, it investigates whether or not ethnic minorities are culturally capable of...
Joanne Smith Finley, Xiaowei Zang
November 16, 2015
As the regional lingua franca, the Uyghur language long underpinned Uyghur national identity in Xinjiang. However, since the ‘bilingual education’ policy was introduced in 2002, Chinese has been rapidly institutionalised as the sole medium of instruction in the region’s institutes of education. As...
January 10, 2014
This book studies the relationship between Islam, family processes, and gender inequality among Uyghur Muslims in Ürümchi, China. Empirically, it shows in quantitative terms the extent of gender inequalities among Uyghur Muslims in Ürümchi and tests whether the gender inequalities are a difference...