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The Mangghuer Nadun: Village Ritual and Frontier History on the Northeast Tibetan Plateau

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This thesis examines cultural variation and the processes of cultural change that form it through a case-study of variation and invariance in the performance of Nadun, a ritual performed in fifty-three communities in the Sanchuan region of northwest China primarily by Mangghuer (Tu) but also Tiebie (Tibetan) and Qidai (Han Chinese) communities.

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Department of International Business and Asian Studies, Griffith Business School

Thesis type

Ph. D.

Awarding institution

Griffith University

Year Awarded

2011

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