Blaine Kaltman, who is fluent in Mandarin Chinese and spent five years in China, holds an MS in criminal justice from the University of Tennessee and a PhD in sociology from the University of Queensland. He traveled extensively throughout China and wrote for That’s Shanghai.
Listed in: Islam · Asian Studies · Sociology
The Turkic Muslims known as the Uighur have long faced social and economic disadvantages in China because of their minority status.
“A valuable case study focusing on the degree of Uighur assimilation or desire for assimilation to the majority Han society.... engagingly written.... Highly recommended.”