‘Beloved Kashgar’. A complex Muslim city in western China from the perspective of a Marriage

Lecture by Rune Stenberg (Fellow Crossroads Asia Network, ZEF, University of Bonn and ZELF the FU Berlin)
Date: Monday, 17.02.2014, 18.00
Location: Technical University of Berlin Marchstr. 23, Room MAR 2068


Picture: Rune Stenberg

The lecture describes the flow of a Uighur marriage and explains what this tells us about the lives of people in Kashgar, its values​​, problems and structures.

Rune Stenberg graduated from the University of Berlin for a master degree in ethnology and anthropology-geography (2004-2009), earned a Ph.D. at the Graduate School Muslim Cultures and Societies and the ZELF (Centre for Development Research) of the Free University (2009-2014). He is currently a Fellow at the Crossroads Asia Network (ZEF Bonn University and ZELF the FU Berlin). His research focuses on Central Asia, China, exchange, kinship, social networks and spatiality.


Picture: Rune Stenberg

An event of the Center for Cultural Studies on Science and Technology in China in cooperation with stadtkultur international ev

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