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China's Re-education Camps in Xinjiang

Hosted by the Department of Anthropology

Sheikh Zayed Theatre, New Academic Building

Speakers

Dr Rachel Harris

Dr Rachel Harris

Professor Jude Howell

Professor Jude Howell

Dr Rian Thum

Dr Rian Thum

Chair

Dr Hans Steinmüller

Dr Hans Steinmüller

Large numbers of Uyghurs have been detained by the Chinese government in re-education camps. What do we know about these camps?

Rachel Harris (@Rachel_A_Harris) specialises in Uyghur culture and religion and is based at SOAS.

Jude Howell is an expert on authoritarianism and Professor of International Development at LSE.

Rian Thum (@RianThum) is a historian of Xinjiang based at the University of Nottingham.

Hans Steinmüller (@steinmuller) is Assistant Professor in the Department of Anthropology at LSE.

LSE Anthropology (@LSEAnthropology) is world famous and world leading. We are ranked top Anthropology department in the Guardian League Tables 2018.

Twitter Hashtag for this event: #LSEXinjiang

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