What it’s like to do research in ‘a police state to rival North Korea’
What it’s like to do research in ‘a police state to rival North Korea’

What it’s like to do research in ‘a police state to rival North Korea’

Elise Anderson
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Elise Anderson is a candidate for dual Ph.D. degrees in Ethnomusicology and Central Eurasian Studies at Indiana University-Bloomington, where she is completing a dissertation on the impact of development discourse and practice on classical Uyghur music.
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Photo: Elise Anderson
Photo: Elise Anderson