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Articles by Magnus Fiskesjö

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Magnus Fiskesjö teaches anthropology and Asian studies at Cornell University. His research has mainly focused on the politics and histories of ethnic relations in China and Southeast Asia, as well as Asian archaeology, critical museum studies, and global heritage issues. His publications in these fields build on his experiences as director of the Museum of Far Eastern Antiquities, in Stockholm, Sweden, in the years 2000-2005. Among his recent publications touching on Chinese politics is "The Return of the Show Trial: China’s Televised 'Confessions,'" in Asia-Pacific Journal: Japan Focus 15.13.1 (2017).