Politics of Tibet Policy

News item posted on: March 16th, 2011
Politics of Tibet Policy

Institutional Politics and the Politics of Policy

An interdisciplinary exploration of the question of Tibet in the context of institutional politics and the politics of policy change in the PRC

  • Pitman Potter, Professor of Law and Hong Kong Bank Chair in Asian Research, Institute of Asian Research, University of British Columbia
  • Tsering Shakya, Canadian Research Chair in Religion and Contemporary Society in Asia, University of British Columbia
  • Dibyesh Anand, Associate Professor, Department of Politics, University of Westminster, London
  • Tseten Wangchuk, Discussant, Senior Fellow, UVa Tibet Center

Friday, March 18, 2011 Nau Hall Auditorium 3 – 5pm

Cosponsored by the East Asia Center, and the Center for South Asian Studies.

For more information, contact tr8n@virginia.edu