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Competing Nationalisms: Tibet, China, and the West

The Art and Politics of East Asia Workshop and East Asia Trans-Regional Histories Workshop jointly present a special workshop session: Competing Nationalisms: Tibet, China, and the West Guest Speakers: Robert Barnett (Professor of Modern Tibetan Studies at Columbia University) Tsering Wangdu Shakya (Canadian Research Chair in Religion and Contemporary Society in Asia, University of British […]

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Competing Nationalisms: Links to poems, videos and essays of further interest

The New York Times this week carries an update on the situation between Tibet and China. You can view a video-version of a poem called “To the West: What Do You Want Us to Do After All? A modest tribute to part of world history over the past 150 years”, By a Quiet, Quiet Chinese […]

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