Centre of Migration Research

The reversed articulation model: Global geopolitical shift, social reproduction and migration from China.


Featuring talk by professor Biao Xiang (Max Planck Institute for Social Anthropology)

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Date: 24 April 2022

Biao Xiang is the Director of Max Planck Institute for Social Anthropology in Germany, and Professor at the University of Oxford before that. Xiang’s research addresses various types of migration – internal and international, unskilled and highly skilled, emigration and return migration, and the places and people left behind – in China, India and other parts of Asia. Xiang is the winner of the 2008 Anthony Leeds Prize for his book Global Bodyshopping and the 2012 William L. Holland Prize for his article ‘Predatory Princes’. His 2000 Chinese book (published in English as Transcending Boundaries, 2005) was reprinted in 2018 as a contemporary classic, and Self as Method (co-authored with Wu Qi) was ranked the Most Impactful Book 2020. His work has been translated into Japanese, French, Korean, Spanish, German and Italian.

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