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Sarah Turner

Sarah Turner is Professor of Geography at McGill University. She is a development geographer specializing in ethnic minority livelihoods, agrarian change, and everyday resistance in upland northern Vietnam and southwest China. She also works with street vendors and other members of the mobile informal economy, as well as small-scale entrepreneurs in urban Southeast Asia. Widely published, she is also an editor of the journals Geoforum and Journal of Vietnamese Studies.

Books by this author

Fragrant Frontier

Global Spice Entanglements from the Sino-Vietnamese Uplands

Red Stamps and Gold Stars

Fieldwork Dilemmas in Upland Socialist Asia