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Benno Weiner 魏本岩
Nationality:USA 美國
CCS Grant


Instituion: Carnegie Mellon University
Topic: Liberation Posponed: Conflict and Accommodation on the Ethnic Margins of Early Maoist China

Instituion: Carnegie Mellon University

Article catalog
  • “Tibet in China, China in Tibet.” In Handbook on Ethnic Minorities in China. Edited by Zhang Xiaowei. Cheltenham, UK: Elgar
  • “In the Footsteps of Garaman or Han Yinu? Rebellion, Nationality Autonomy and Popular Memory among the Salar of Xunhua County.” In Amdo and Islam, edited by Bianca Horlemann, Paul Nietupski, and Marie-Paul Hille, 47-65. Lanham, MD: Lexington
  • Violence and Order on the Chengdu Plain: The Story of a Secret Brotherhood in Rural China, 1939–1949. By Di Wang. Stanford: Stanford University Press, 2018. Twentieth-Century China, 44.1.
  • Tibet in Agony: Lhasa 1959. By Jianglin Li, translated by Susan Wilf. Cambridge, MA: Harvard University Press, 2016. Asian Studies Review, 42: 376-377
  • China and Tibet: The Perils of Insecurity. By Tsering Topgyal. London: Hurst, 2016. China Quarterly, 320: 537-538
  • My Tibetan Childhood: When Ice Shattered Stone. By Naktsang Nulo, edited and abridged by Angus Cargill, translated by Angus Cargill and Sonam Lhamo. Durham: Duke University Press, 2014. Pacific Affairs, 89: 430-432
  • A History of Modern Tibet, Volume 3: The Storm Clouds Descend, 1955-1957. By Melvyn C. Goldstein. Berkeley: University of California Press, 2014. Journal of Asian Studies, 74: 491-492
  • Monastic and Lay Traditions in North-Eastern Tibet. Edited by Yangdon Dhondup, Ulrich Pagel and Geoffrey Samuel. Leiden: Brill, 2013. Asian Highlands Perspectives, 35: 237-242
  • China’s ‘Tibetan’ Frontiers: Sharing the Contested Ground. By Beth Meriam, Leiden and Boston: Global Oriental, 2011. Asian Highlands Perspectives, 28: 375-380
  • Empire Besieged: The Preservation of Chinese Rule in Xinjiang, 1884-1971. By Justin Jacobs. Ph.D. Dissertation. University of California, San Diego, 2011. Dissertation Reviews. January 7. http://dissertationreviews.org/archives/2177
  • Authenticating Tibet: Answers to China’s 100 Questions. Edited by Anne-Marie Blondeau and Katia Buffetrille, with a forward by Donald Lopez. Berkeley: University of California Press, 2008. The Historian: 958-959
  • On the Cultural Revolution in Tibet: The Nyemo Incident of 1969. By Melvyn C. Goldstein, Ben Jiao, and Tanzen Lhundrup. Berkeley: University of California Press, 2009. Journal of Asian Studies 68: 965-966
  • Memories of Life in Lhasa under Chinese Rule. By Tubten Khétsun, trans. Matthew Akester. New York: Columbia University Press, 2008. Journal of Asian Studies 68: 625-626