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" Uyghur firmly believes that their ancestors were the indigenous people of the Tarim basin, which did not become known in Chinese as "Xinjiang" ("new dominion") until the 18th century. "
Xinjiang: China's Muslim Borderland - 第 102 頁
由 編輯 - 2004
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Covering China

Robert H. Giles, Robert W. Snyder, Lisa DeLisle - 2004 - 154 頁
...politics and status, the 8 million Uyghur, who live almost entirely in Xinjiang, share a belief that their ancestors were the indigenous people of the Tarim Basin, which did not come under Chinese control until the 1 8th century. A 19th-century rebellion and 20th-century warlord...
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Religion in China Today

Daniel L. Overmyer, Richard Edmonds - 2003 - 235 頁
...must be examined. First, Chinese histories notwithstanding, every Uyghur firmly believes that their ancestors were the indigenous people of the Tarim...in Chinese as "Xinjiang" ("new dominion") until the 18th century. Nevertheless, I have argued elsewhere the constructed "ethnogenesis" of the Uyghur, in...
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Islam in World Cultures: Comparative Perspectives

R. Michael Feener - 2004 - 387 頁
...economy, and politics. First, Chinese histories notwithstanding, most Uyghur firmly believe that their ancestors were the indigenous people of the Tarim...Dominion") until the eighteenth century. Nevertheless, I have argued elsewhere for the constructed "ethnogenesis" of the Uyghur, arguing that the current...
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Dislocating China: Muslims, Minorities, and Other Subaltern Subjects

Dru C. Gladney - 2004 - 414 頁
...despite many examples to the contrary. Hie Uyghur: indigeiicitics of place, space, and state recognition Chinese histories notwithstanding, every Uyghur firmly...ancestors were the indigenous people of the Tarim Basin, now know as Xinjiang. This land was 'their' land. Nevertheless, I have argued elsewhere the constructed...
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Dislocating China: Reflections on Muslims, Minorities, and Other Subaltern ...

Dru C. Gladney - 2004 - 414 頁
...despite many examples to the contrary. The Uyghur: indigeneities of place, space, and state recognition Chinese histories notwithstanding, every Uyghur firmly...his or her ancestors were the indigenous people of theTarim Basin, now know as Xinjiang. This land was 'their' land. Nevertheless, I have argued elsewhere...
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China: Contemporary Political, Economic, and International Affairs

David B.H. Denoon - 2007 - 245 頁
...histories of China) assume that the region has always been part of China, with the Uyghur a subject people. Chinese histories notwithstanding, every Uyghur firmly...dominion) until the eighteenth century. Nevertheless, the current understanding of the indigeneity of the present people classified as Uyghur by the Chinese...
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