New article by Rune Steenberg & Alessandro Rippa: Development for all? State schemes, security, and marginalization in Kashgar, Xinjiang.
Our documentary film Murghab is officially selected for DOK.fest Munich 2019!
Pichamon Yeophantong reviews The Art of Neighbouring by Martin Saxer and Juan Zhang.
New publication by Martin Saxer – Presence without Encounters: Pending futures and the Chinese non(engagement) in the Tajik Pamirs.
Talk recording online – Threads and Knots: The Business of Wayfaring and the Possibilities of a Co-Itinerant Ethnography.
Date and Venue set for the Highland Flotsam exhibition.
Podcast: Ed Pulford interviews Martin Saxer and Juan Zhang on The Art of Neighbouring
Remoteness and Connectivity: Highland Asia in the World is a five-year research project (2015-2020) funded by the European Research Council. We are a core team of four researchers based at LMU Munich. Our aim is to get a better understanding of the role and position of seemingly remote places in our contemporary world. → Read more
Remoteness and Connectivity: Highland Asia in the World is a five-year research project (2015-2020) funded by the European Research Council.→ Read more
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