Naomi Hellmann

Naomi Hellmann

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Naomi Hellmann is a doctoral fellow in the Department of Religious Diversity. She holds an MA in Development Studies from Brown University and an MSc in  Contemporary Chinese Studies from the University of Oxford. Her PhD research investigates the effects on ethnic minorities of the opening up of Southwest China to Southeast Asia and why the outcomes of China’s transnational regionalization strategy have effected ethnic minorities differently. Her research interests focus on development, institutions and ethnic minority groups in China.

Publikationen

[2017] “The ‘Lucky’ Ones: Land, Citizenship, and Inequality in the Wa Self-Administered Division, Myanmar,” Torino World Affairs Institute T.note n. 40 (RISE Series #6)
www.twai.it/magazines/land-citizenship-inequality-wa Aug. 2017

[2016] “Wildlife Trafficking in Mongla”, Terrain, October 4. Link

[2014] ‘Broken Borders’: Reflections on the Lives of the Chinese-Korean Transborder Community in the Tumen River Area in China, MSc Dissertation, Contemporary Chinese Studies, University of Oxford, Oxford, UK, June 2014

[2012] UNESCO Intangible Cultural Heritage or Animal Cruelty? Kazakh Eagle Hunting in Bayan Ulgii, Western Mongolia, miacimu.wordpress.com/2012/10/15/unesco-intangible-cultural-heritage-or-animal-cruelty-kazakh-eagle-hunting-in-bayan-ulgii-western-mongolia, Oct. 2012

[2011] The Role of Tourism as a Strategy for Rural Community Development: Evidence from Yunnan Province, China, MA Thesis, Program in Development Studies, Brown University, Providence, RI, May 2011

[2006] “Sideng Village and the Shaxi Rehabilitation Project”, China Cultural Heritage, Apr. 2006 (in Chinese)

[2005] The Shaxi Rehabilitation Project: an introduction and guide, Zürich: ETHZ, 2005

[2004] (ed.) The UNESCO Regional Workshop on the Illicit Traffic of Cultural Property in Mongolia, Ulanbaator: UNESCO, 2004

[2004] “Introduction”, The UNESCO Regional Workshop on the Illicit Traffic of Cultural Property in Mongolia, Ulanbaator: UNESCO, 2004


Translations:

[2010] “UNESCO Strategy for International Cooperation in Cultural Heritage Conservation: A Case Study of the Kumtura Thousand Buddha Grottoes in Xinjiang, China”, in Agnew, Neville (ed.) Conservation of Ancient Sites on the Silk Road, Los Angeles, CA: The Getty Conservation Institute, 2010

[2010] “Study and Conservation of the Dazhao Temple Wall Painting, Inner Mongolia”, in Agnew, Neville (ed.) Conservation of Ancient Sites on the Silk Road, Los Angeles, CA: The Getty Conservation Institute, 2010