Tibet in China’s Diplomacy: The Implications of the Trojan Horse Hypothesis

Mercredi 06 avril 2016

Meeting with Pr. Barnett

Table-ronde organisée dans le cadre de l'Observatoire Chine.

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Professor Barnett founded and directs the Modern Tibetan Studies Program at Columbia, the first Western teaching program in this field. His most recent books are Tibetan Modernities: Notes from the Field, with Ronald Schwartz (Brill, 2008); and Lhasa: Streets with Memories (Columbia, 2006). From 2000 to 2006 he ran the annual summer program for foreign students at Tibet University in Lhasa and taught there. He is a frequent commentator on Tibet and nationality issues in China for various media. He runs a number of educational projects in Tibet, including training programs in ecotourism and conservation.
Before joining Columbia in 1998, Professor Barnett worked as a researcher and journalist based in the United Kingdom, specializing in Tibetan issues for the BBC, the South China Morning Post, and other media outlets. From 1987 to 1998 he was the co-founder and director of the Tibet Information Network, an independent research and news organization based in London.

 

The round table will be held in English and hosted by Florence Biot (Asia Centre) and Jean-François Huchet (Inalco), with the participation of Jean-Philippe Béja (CNRS, CERI-SciencesPo).

Invitation required. information: h.poras@centreasia.eu

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