[China in Focus] 20091126 Jackie Sheehan: Xinjiang's unrest part7





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Published on May 14, 2010

20091126 Jackie Sheehan: Xinjiang's unrest and ethnic-minority policy in China

Dr. Jackie Sheehan lectured in the History departments of Keele and Nottingham Universities before joining the Institute of Contemporary Chinese Studies in January 2003. She served as Deputy Director of the Institute until its conversion to School status, and continues to chair the Teaching Committee of the new School of Contemporary Chinese Studies.

Dr. Sheehans research interests include Chinas contemporary labour and political history, particularly the Cultural Revolution and the democracy movement, and the reform of state-owned enterprises, work for which she has had two ESRC grants for fieldwork in China, and which culminated in the publication of the co-authored book Chinas State Enterprise Reform (Routledge, 2007). She is the author of Chinese Workers: A New History (Routledge, 1998) and author or co-author of a number of journal articles and book chapters on labour, management, and employment in China in the reform period, and also researches on Chinese migrant labour in the UK and human trafficking between the UK and China.

In addition to her published work, she also regularly acts as an expert witness on human-rights issues and the legal system in the PRC in immigration and asylum cases.

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