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Sarah Tynen, Ph.D.

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Department of East Asia
 
 
 
OBLAST ZÁJMU
  • Čína, střední Asie, postsovětské pohraničí
  • nacionalismus a formování států
  • autoritářství a etnické konflikty
  • migrace
 
VZDĚLÁNÍ
2012-2019 PhD, Geography, University of Colorado Boulder
 
GRANTY
2018        Gilbert F. White Doctoral Fellowship
2016-17  Doctoral Dissertation Research Improvement (DDRI 1633894), National Science Foundation
2014-17  Graduate Research Fellowship Program (DGE 1650115), National Science Foundation
2013        East Asia and Pacific Summer Intensive (EAPSI 1311118), National Science Foundation
2011-12   Fulbright Scholarship
 

PUBLIKAČNÍ ČINNOST
 
články v recenzovaných časopisech
 
připravované články v recenzovaných časopisech
  • Tynen, Sarah. A Diverse China: Race, Gender, and Sexuality in Uyghur Life. London: IB Tauris
 
recenzované kapitoly v knihách
  • Tynen, Sarah. 2019. “Development and Inequality in Urban China: The Privatization of Homeownership and the Transformation of Everyday Practice.” In Neoliberal Urbanism: Contested Cities and Housing in Asia, edited by Yi-Ling Chen and Hyun Bang Shin, 147-170. New York: Palgrave Macmillan.
 
různé
  • Tynen, Sarah. 2019. “Uneven State Territorialization: Governance, Inequality, and Survivance in Xinjiang, China.” PhD dissertation, University of Colorado Boulder.
  • Tynen, Sarah. 2014. “Uneven Housing Development and the Spatial Negotiation of Class in Nanjing, China.” Master’s thesis, University of Colorado Boulder.
  • Tynen, Sarah. 2011. “Ethno-Diplomacy and the International Uyghur Political Movement: The Puzzle of Chinese-Turkish Relations.” The Elliott School of International Affairs Undergraduate Scholars Journal 2: 20-45. The George Washington University: Washington, DC.
 
recenze knih
  • Tynen, Sarah. 2020. “Uyghur Conceptions of Family and Society. By Xiaowei Zang. London:Routledge, 2017.” The Journal of Asian Studies 79, no. 4: 1004-1006.