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Séagh Kehoe is a Teaching Fellow in Modern Chinese History at the School of History, Politics, and International Relations, University of Leicester. Their research interests include ethnicity, gender, media, and Internet in contemporary China. They tweet @seaghkehoe and @halfthesky49.

Global Connections: Chinese Feminism, Tibet, and Xinjiang

While the Chinese feminist movement is good at making international connections and is characterised by an explicit concern for intersectionality, it generally overlooks how experiences of gender and ethnicity in China overlap in complex and often brutal ways. In this essay, Séagh Kehoe looks into the plight of women and ethnic minorities in the borderland areas of Tibet and Xinjiang, and argues for increased attention and social mobilisation from abroad to address these issues.

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