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Mongolian Responses to Globalisation Processes, edited by Ines Stolpe, Judith Nordby & Ulrike Gonzales

Mongolian Responses to Globalisation Processes, edited by Ines Stolpe, Judith Nordby & Ulrike... Mongolian Responses to Globalisation Processes. Berlin: EB-Verlag. 2017. 256pp. €34.80. ISBN 978-3868932331 (hardback)Through a transdisciplinary analytical perspective (history, anthropology, archaeology, Mongolian and Tibetan studies), this edited volume analyses various modes of adaptation to globalising processes in the Mongolian cultural sphere before, during and after the advent of Socialism. Each of the nine contributions explores particular processes of sociocultural, political, and economic change in shifting global contexts and political landscapes. More importantly, these contributions examine how these processes are concretely managed by individuals as well as state organisations in different contexts. By analysing how individual and institutional actors respond to globalisation, the authors avoid adopting the analytical postulate consisting in judging only the positive and negative outcomes of globalisation. They also avoid reducing globalisation to one-way processes of domination.The chapters by Heuschert-Laage and Marchina remind the reader that globalisation does not mean absence of territories, strong states and empires, as well as absence of boundaries difficult or impossible to cross. In her chapter ‘Globalisation or Isolation: Regulating Mobility of Mongols during the Qing Period (1636–1911)’, Heuschert-Laage examines the design and implementation of mobility policies towards Mongols during the Qing period. She argues that mobility patterns of Mongols changed in interaction http://www.deepdyve.com/assets/images/DeepDyve-Logo-lg.png Inner Asia Brill

Mongolian Responses to Globalisation Processes, edited by Ines Stolpe, Judith Nordby & Ulrike Gonzales

Inner Asia , Volume 20 (1): 4 – Apr 16, 2018

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Copyright © Koninklijke Brill NV, Leiden, The Netherlands
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1464-8172
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2210-5018
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Mongolian Responses to Globalisation Processes. Berlin: EB-Verlag. 2017. 256pp. €34.80. ISBN 978-3868932331 (hardback)Through a transdisciplinary analytical perspective (history, anthropology, archaeology, Mongolian and Tibetan studies), this edited volume analyses various modes of adaptation to globalising processes in the Mongolian cultural sphere before, during and after the advent of Socialism. Each of the nine contributions explores particular processes of sociocultural, political, and economic change in shifting global contexts and political landscapes. More importantly, these contributions examine how these processes are concretely managed by individuals as well as state organisations in different contexts. By analysing how individual and institutional actors respond to globalisation, the authors avoid adopting the analytical postulate consisting in judging only the positive and negative outcomes of globalisation. They also avoid reducing globalisation to one-way processes of domination.The chapters by Heuschert-Laage and Marchina remind the reader that globalisation does not mean absence of territories, strong states and empires, as well as absence of boundaries difficult or impossible to cross. In her chapter ‘Globalisation or Isolation: Regulating Mobility of Mongols during the Qing Period (1636–1911)’, Heuschert-Laage examines the design and implementation of mobility policies towards Mongols during the Qing period. She argues that mobility patterns of Mongols changed in interaction

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Published: Apr 16, 2018

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