Former CCC Postdoctoral Research Associate Aaron Glasserman's Article Has Been Published In The China Quarterly
Former Center Postdoctoral Research Associate Aaron Glasserman's article "Organizing Dots and Lines: Eastern Hui and the Adaptation of the CCP's Nationalities Work in the Revolutionary Era" has been published online in The China Quarterly.
- Based primarily on CCP documents and cadre memoirs, the article offers a case study of adaptive governance in Communist-controlled China in the 1930s-40s and uncovers the revolutionary origins of some of the distinctive features of ethnic management in the PRC.
- It also highlights the role of ethnic minority cadres as policy entrepreneurs and the importance of the Party's experience in eastern China in the history of modern Chinese ethnic policy.
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