Re: Statement by Concerned Scholars on China’s Mass Detention of Turkic Minorities

Follkow-up to the Statement by Concerned Scholars on China’s Mass Detention of Turkic Minorities - November 26, 2018

NOTE:  IF YOU WOULD LIKE TO ADD YOUR NAME TO THIS STATEMENT AND WORK AS A PROFESSOR IN A UNIVERSITY, AN INDEPENDENT RESEARCHER OR SCHOLAR WITH A PHD, A PHD STUDENT, OR A PHD CANDIDATE, PLEASE FILL OUT A COMMENT AT THE BOTTOM OF THE PAGE WITH YOUR NAME, TITLE, AFFILIATION, COUNTRY AS YOU WOULD LIKE THEM TO APPEAR ON THE STATEMENT

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Statement by Concerned Scholars on China’s Mass Detention of Turkic Minorities

Statement by Concerned Scholars on China’s Mass Detention of Turkic Minorities

Scholars from around the world have signed on to a statement forcefully condemning the mass internment of Uyghurs and other Turkic Muslim minorities in the Xinjiang Uyghur Autonomous Region (XUAR) of China.

November 26, 2018

CONFERENCE> Silk Road Forum, April 2, 2017, Princeton University

Silk Road Forum
April 2, 2017, Sunday, 1:30-5:00 pm
Princeton University, McCormick Hall, Room 101

Two lectures with responses and public discussion

Lecture 1: The Silk Roads: Leading Us Astray?
Susan Whitfield, IDP, The British Library
Response by Xin YU, Fudan University

Lecture 2: The Ancient Silk Road in Light of New Discoveries in Gansu
Doucheng DU, Lanzhou University
Response by Annette Juliano, Rutgers University

Moderated by:
Huaiyu CHEN, Arizona State University
Stephen F. Teiser, Princeton University

Conference Announcement: Silk Road Forum, April 2, 2017, Princeton University

Silk Road Forum
April 2, 2017, Sunday, 1:30-5:00 pm
Princeton University, McCormick Hall, Room 101

Two lectures with responses and public discussion

Lecture 1: The Silk Roads: Leading Us Astray?
Susan Whitfield, IDP, The British Library
Response by Xin YU, Fudan University

Lecture 2: The Ancient Silk Road in Light of New Discoveries in Gansu
Doucheng DU, Lanzhou University
Response by Annette Juliano, Rutgers University

Moderated by:
Huaiyu CHEN, Arizona State University
Stephen F. Teiser, Princeton University

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