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Citizenship and nationality were consequently constructed on the basis of Han ethnicity, relegating other ethnicities beyond the acceptable realm of Chinese citizenship. 26 By looking at the Inner Mongolian and the Xinjiang Uygur Autonomous Regions, Bilik documents how such a metaphorical frontier has been internalized by some minority communities, but also how some members – including teachers – negotiate the state’s imposed version of their own ethnic identities and sense of citizenship. It is also to the negotiation of ethnic identities and senses of membership in the national community that Laura Bear devotes her attention in the last chapter.
Désir de nation, Paris: Odile Jacob. Assayag, Jackie and Véronique Bénéï (eds) (2003), At Home in Diaspora. South Asian Scholars and the West, Delhi/Bloomington, IN: Permanent Black/Indiana University. 28 Véronique Bénéï Auslander, Leora (2001), ‘National Taste? Citizenship Law, State Form, and Everyday Aesthetics in Modern France and Germany, 1920–1940’, in Martin Daunton and Matthew Hilton (eds) The Politics of Consumption: Material Culture and Citizenship in Europe and America, pp. 109–28, Oxford: Berg.
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