Toggle Main Menu Toggle Search

Open Access padlockePrints

Browsing publications by Dr Jo Smith Finley.

Newcastle AuthorsTitleYearFull text
Dr Jo Smith Finley
'Turning Sheep into Tigers': State Securitization of Islam, Societal Insecurity and Conflict in Xinjiang, China2021
Dr Jo Smith Finley
China’s Neo-Totalitarian Turn and Genocide in Xinjiang2020
Dr Jo Smith Finley
Why Scholars and Activists Increasingly Fear a Uyghur Genocide in Xinjiang2020
Dr Jo Smith Finley
Securitization, insecurity and conflict in contemporary Xinjiang: has PRC counter-terrorism evolved into state terror?2019
Dr Jo Smith Finley
The Wang Lixiong prophecy: 'Palestinization' in Xinjiang and the consequences of Chinese state securitization of religion2019
Dr Jo Smith Finley
Uyghur Islam and Religious "De-Extremification": On China's Discourse of "Thought Liberation" in Xinjiang2019
Dr Jo Smith Finley
‘Now We Don’t Talk Anymore’: Inside the ‘Cleansing’ of Xinjiang2018
Dr Jo Smith Finley
Islam in Xinjiang: “De-Extremification” or Violation of Religious Space?2018
Dr Jo Smith Finley
Uyghur Identities2018
Dr Jo Smith Finley
'A Man Works on the Land, A Woman Works for her Man': Building on Jarring’s Fascination with Eastern Turki proverbs2017
Dr Jo Smith Finley
Whose Xinjiang? Space, Place and Power in the Rock Fusion of Xin Xinjiangren, Dao Lang2016
Dr Jo Smith Finley
Education, Religion and Identity among Uyghur Hostesses in Ürümchi2015
Dr Jo Smith Finley
Islam in China2015
Dr Jo Smith Finley
Language, Education and Uyghur Identity in Urban Xinjiang.2015
Dr Jo Smith Finley
Basil Davidson in Turkestan Alive: Factual reporter in a newly ‘liberated’ Xinjiang, or willing conduit for the Chinese revolution?2014
Dr Jo Smith Finley
Contesting harmony through TV drama: Ethnic intermarriage in Xinjiang Girls2013
Dr Jo Smith Finley
The Art of Symbolic Resistance: Uyghur Identities and Uyghur-Han Relations in Contemporary Xinjiang2013
Dr Jo Smith Finley
No Rights without Duties: Minzu Pingdeng [Nationality Equality] in Xinjiang since the 1997 Ghulja disturbances2011
Dr Jo Smith Finley
Heimer, M., Thogersen, S. (eds.) 'Doing Fieldwork in China', Copenhagen: NIAS Press, 2006 [Book review]2008
Dr Jo Smith Finley
‘Ethnic Anomaly’ or Modern Uyghur Survivor? A Case Study of the Minkaohan Hybrid Identity in Xinjiang2007
Dr Jo Smith Finley
Chinese Oppression in Xinjiang, Middle Eastern Conflicts and Global Islamic Solidarities among the Uyghurs2007
Dr Jo Smith Finley
Introduction2007
Dr Jo Smith Finley
Situating The Uyghurs between China and Central Asia2007
Dr Jo Smith Finley
The Quest for National Unity in Uyghur Popular Song: Barren Chickens, Stray Dogs, Fake Immortals and Thieves2007
Dr Jo Smith Finley
Maintaining margins: The politics of ethnographic fieldwork in Chinese Central Asia2006
Dr Jo Smith Finley
Dillon, M., 'Xinjiang: China's Muslim Far Northwest', London and New York: Routledge Curzon, 2003 [Book review]2004
Dr Jo Smith Finley
'Islam in Guangxi' magazine: A Symbol of the Guangxi Muslim New Culture Movement2004
Dr Jo Smith Finley
Islamic Culture and the Uyghurs2004
Dr Jo Smith Finley
'Making Culture Matter': Symbolic, Spatial, and Social Boundaries between Uyghurs and Han Chinese2002
Dr Jo Smith Finley
Four generations of Uyghurs: The shift towards ethno-political ideologies among Xinjiang's youth2000