Interior Ethnic Minority Boarding Schools: China’s Bold and Unpredictable Educational Experiment – James Leibold
Cultural and Political Disciplining inside China’s Dislocated Minority Schooling System – James Leibold & Timothy A. Grose
The Daily Politics of Inter-ethnic Mingling in the Xinjiangban – Zhenjie Yuan
The Emergence of Life Politics among Neidiban Tibetan College Graduates and its Implications for Pedagogy – Lin Yi
Uyghur Graduates’ Ethnicity in their Dislocated Life Experience: Employment Expectations, Choices and Obstacles – Yangbin Chen
From Dislocated to Local: Policy Implications of “Educational Aid for Tibet” – Miaoyan Yang
On Parties’ Terms: Gender Quota Politics in South Korea’s Mixed Electoral System – Erik Mobrand
War as Membership: International Society and Thailand’s Participation in World War I – Gregory V. Raymond
Corpse Brides: Yinhun and the Macabre Agency of Cadavers in Contemporary Chinese Ghost Marriages – Chris K. K. Tan, Xin Wang & Shasha Chen
Myth and Reality in Taiwan’s Democratisation – J. Bruce Jacobs
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Asian Studies Review is a multidisciplinary journal of contemporary and modern Asia. The journal sets out to showcase high-quality scholarship on the modern histories, cultures, societies, languages, politics and religions of Asia through the publication of research articles, book reviews and review articles.
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