Fabienne Jagou, historian, is assistant professor at the French Asian Studies Institute (Ecole française d’Extrême-Orient, Paris). Her research focuses on the Sino-Tibetan cultural and political relations from modern to contemporary periods.

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Main publications related to the project:

– (2007), with P. Calanca, Officials on Chinese borders (in Chinese), EFEO/Zhonghua shuju, Peking.
– (2011), « The Use of the Ritual Drawing of Lots for the Selection of the 11th Panchen Lama », in Buffetrille éd., “Revisiting rituals in a changing Tibetan World” Proceedings of the Seminar La transformation des rituels dans l’aire tibétaine à l’époque contemporaine held in Paris on November 8th and 9th 2007, Leiden, Brill, p. 43-68.
– (forthcoming), « Lifanyuan’s Limits of Competence with regard to Tibet », in Chia Ning & Dittmar Schorkowitz éds, Administrative and Colonial Practices in Qing Ruled China: Lifanyuan and Libu revisited.
– (forthcoming), « Histoire institutionnelle des relations sino-tibétaines », Sciences Humaines et Asie, Ecole Normale Supérieure, Lyon.