Muslim Chinese: Ethnic Nationalism in the People's Republic

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Harvard Univ Asia Center, 1996 - History - 481 pages
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This second edition of Dru Gladney's critically acclaimed study of the Muslim population in China includes a new preface by the author, as well as a valuable addendum to the bibliography, already hailed as one of the most extensive listing of modern sources on the Sino-Muslims.
  

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Contents

A FOURTH TIDE
1
ETHNOGRAPHIC RESEARCH AND THE CHINESE STATE
65
ETHNOREUGIOUS RESURGENCE IN A NORTHWESTERN SUFI
117
A Fundamentalist Revivial in Na Homestead? 77?
132
The Socioeconomic Context
149
Local Government Policies and Na National Identity
160
ETHNIC IDENTITY IN OXEN STREET THE URBAN EXPERIENCE
171
THE OTHER GREAT WALL ETHNIC ENDOGAMY
229
NATIONAL IDENTITY IN THE CHINESE
293
The Social Life of Labels
299
SubEthnic Identities and the Question of
306
The Rise of United Nationalities 372
312
The Dialectics of Nationality Policy and Hui Identity
328
NOTES
341
Hui ISLAMIC ORDERS IN CHINA
385
A SELECT GLOSSARY OF Hui ISLAMIC TERMS
393

Changying Traditions of Rural Entrepreneurship
235
Ethnoreligious Marriage Traditions in Changying
242
ETHNIC INVENTION A ND STATE INTERVENTION IN
261
Socioeconomic Factors in Chendai Hui Identity
274
REFERENCES
423
ADDITIONAL REFERENCES
461
INDEX
469
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About the author (1996)

Dru C. Gladney is a professor of Asian studies and anthropology at the University of Hawaii at Manoa. He is the author of "Muslim Chinese: Ethnic Nationalism in the People's Republic," second edition, and "Ethnic Identity in China: The Making of a Muslim Minority Nationality" and the editor of "Making Majorities: Constituting the Nation in Japan, Korea, China, Malaysia, Fiji, Turkey, and the United States,

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