Adrian Zenz researches China’s ethnic minority policy, minority education systems, and public recruitment practices in Tibet and Xinjiang. Zenz is a researcher and Ph.D. supervisor at the European School of Culture and Theology, Korntal, Germany. He has authored Tibetanness under Threat (Global Oriental, 2013) and co-edited Mapping Amdo: Dynamics of Change (Prague: Oriental Institute, 2017). Recent publications also include the articles “The Limits to Buying Stability in Tibet: Tibetan Representation and Preferentiality in China’s Contemporary Public Employment System” for The China Quarterly (with Andrew M. Fischer) and “Chen Quanguo: The Strongman Behind Beijing’s Securitization Strategy in Tibet and Xinjiang” for China Brief (with James Leibold).

Last Updated: February 6, 2018



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