Mathieu, Christine

Christine Mathieu is an ethnohistorian who has studied the histories and cultures of the Naxi and Mosuo people since 1989. She was one of the first anthropo- logists to work in the field of Naxi studies after the communist revolution of 1949. In 1997 she joined Cindy Ho to work on the exhibition “”Quentin Roosevelt’s China. Ancestral Realms of the Naxi”” (Rubin Museum of Art, New York, 2011). She has contributed chapters to several anthologies and two books on the Naxi and Mosuo, “”A History and Anthropological Study of the Ancient Kingdoms of the Sino-Tibetan Borderland”” and “”Leaving Mother Lake””, with Yang Erche Namu. Mathieu lives in Melbour


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