Lecture at UCLA on Chinese Colonialism in Tibet
The following is video of a lecture I gave at UCLA’s (University of Los Angeles) Asia Pacific Center. You can find the full length article of the lecture and a Pdf version, “The Discursive Art of China’s Colonialism: Reconfiguring Tibetan and State Identities,” on Lhakar Diaries. It was originally published as an article for CTA’s (Central Tibetan Administration) Tibet Policy Journal.
Also when answering a question at the end on Mongolia during the Q&A session, I mention a book called Collaborative Nationalism: The Politics of Friendship on China’s Mongolian Frontier (2010). I horribly messed up the name of the author. The correct name is Uradyn Erden Bulag and not Ulaanbaatar (which is the capital city of Mongolia), apologies!
If you would like to draw from the article/lecture, you can source as:
Lokyitsang, Dawa. 2020 . “The Discursive Art of China’s Colonialism: Reconfiguring Tibetan and State Identities.” in Foregrounding Tibet, edited by Tenzin Desal. Tibet Policy Journal. Vol. VII No. 2. p29-50.
If you would like to source me during the Q&A session, you can source as
Lokyitsang, Dawa. 2021. “The Discursive Art of China’s Colonialism: Reconfiguring Tibetan and State Identities” lecture at University of Los Angeles (UCLA) Center for Chinese Studies. Los Angeles, CA, November 5th 2021.
If the video doesn’t work, you can access directly here: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=IMAxBxSZGns