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by Steven Marshall,Orville Schell,Elliot Sperling,Mickey Spiegel

eBook Tibet Since 1950: Silence, Prison or Exile ePub
Author: Steven Marshall,Orville Schell,Elliot Sperling,Mickey Spiegel
Language: English
ISBN: 0893817945
ISBN13: 978-0893817947
Publisher: Aperture; 1st edition (May 15, 2000)
Pages: 184
Category: Photography & Video
Subcategory: Photo
Rating: 4.1
Votes: 638
Formats: azw mbr lit lrf
ePub file: 1979 kb
Fb2 file: 1758 kb

Steven Marshall was born in 1951 in the United States. He has paid numerous visits to Tibetan areas inside and outside the Tibet Autonomous Region since 1986. His book Hostile Elements: A Study of Political Imprisonment in Tibet: 1987-1988 was published by the Tibet Information Network.

Steven Marshall was born in 1951 in the United States. He is also the coauthor, with Dr. Susette Cooke, of a CD-ROM entitled Tibet Outside the TAR. Orville Schell has written fourteen books, nine of them about China. His most recent is Mandate of Heaven published by Simon & Schuster.

Tibet Since 1950 book.

As a documentary history, the book includes the texts of Chinese edicts such as the March 1989 martial law decree for Tibet, as well as a decree on "re-education" in Tibetan monasteries in China's Qinghai province

Mickey Spiegel's reporting of the stories of individual recent Tibetan exiles brings home the concrete . This book is an excellent introduction to Tibet, especially Elliot Sperling's candid and daring introduction, "Exile and Dissent". The pictures compel you to read; the reading rewards

Mickey Spiegel's reporting of the stories of individual recent Tibetan exiles brings home the concrete, human reality of how awful things are for those Tibetans unwilling to kowtow to China's colonialist and racist policies. Orville Schell's final article is a bizarre piece of writing in this context. The pictures compel you to read; the reading rewards. It is especially refreshing to see a moderate human rights organization like Human Rights Watch endorse Sperling's accurate and unrestrained discussion of Tibetan nationhood.

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Elliot Sperling (January 4, 1951 – January 29, 2017) was one of the world's leading historians of Tibet and Tibetan-Chinese relations, and a MacArthur Fellow. He spent most of his scholarly career as an associate professor at Indiana University's Department of Central Eurasian Studies, with seven years as the department's chair

Elliot Sperling, author of Tibet Since 1950: Silence, Prison or Exile .

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Essays: Orville Schell und Steven Marshall. The real Tibet is far more complex. This book examines the bleak banality of repressive control that is as much a part of Tibet as is its scenic beauty. Exilberichte: Mickey Spiegel. von Melissa Harris und Sidney Jones. Tibet since 1950 : silence, prison, or exile, by photographers include Jeffrey Aaronson. Marshall, Steven D. Spiegel, Mickey.

Elliot Sperling is Associate Professor of Central Eurasian Studies and an expert on the history of Tibet and Tibetan-Chinese . Exile and Dissent: The Historical and Cultural Context," in Tibet Since 1950, (New York, 2000)

Elliot Sperling is Associate Professor of Central Eurasian Studies and an expert on the history of Tibet and Tibetan-Chinese relations at Indiana University. Exile and Dissent: The Historical and Cultural Context," in Tibet Since 1950, (New York, 2000). Orientalism and Aspects of Violence in the Tibetan Tradition" in Thierry Dodin and Heinz Räther, ed. Mythos Tibet, (Bonn, 1997).

Through a diverse selection of photographs, personal interviews, and historical information, Tibet Since 1950: Silence, Prison, or Exile, a collaboration between Aperture and Human Rights Watch, looks beyond the Shangri-la image of Tibet to the impact of political repression by the Chinese government on Tibetan lives.The Tibet Autonomous Region as well as the area known as "eastern Tibet," has been shaped by fifty years of direct Chinese government control. The impact of that control is evident in Tibetan culture, politics, economic activity, and religious practice. It is manifest in the extensive prison network used to detain those perceived as challenging Chinese rule and in the extreme measures used to keep protests in check. This publication contains rare photographs of Chinese government crackdowns on Tibetan demonstrations and riveting first-hand accounts from Tibetans living in exile. It examines the physical damange inflicted upon Tibetan religious institutions in the past and the more subtle destruction still going on today.Tibet Since 1950 offers a new perspective on the complicated subject of recent Tibetan history, avoiding the standard clichés of Tibet as a land defined by the search for spiritual enlightenment and as an exotic paradise. The real Tibet is far more complex. This book examines the bleak banality of repressive control that is as much a part of Tibet as is its scenic beauty.The richly varied photographs are accompanied by an introduction by Tibet expert Elliot Sperling; accounts by Mickey Spiegel of Human Rights Watch with Tibetans who were detained in prison and are now living in exile; a discussion of Tibetan prisons by Steven Marshall; and a consideration of Tibet, myth and reality, by Orville Schell.Photographers include: Jeffrey Aaronson, John Ackerly, Diane Barker, Kevin Bubriski, Kathryn Culley, Ian Cumming, Carl de Keyzer, Raphaele Demandre, Guy Dinmore, Stuart Franklin, Richard Gere, Alberto Giuliani, Catherine Henriette, Lynn Johnson, Russell Johnson, Steven Marshall, Marcos Prado, Matthieu Ricard, Galen Rowell, Michael Springer, and Franz Stich.
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