Jacqueline Armijo

Jacqueline Armijo
Visiting Associate Professor of History
Email
jma9673@nyu.edu

Jacqueline Armijo is a Visiting Associate Professor of History. She has carried out extensive fieldwork in China, primarily in Yunnan where she lived for five years. Her research interests include: Islam in China; the growing importance of China-Gulf relations and their rapidly developing cultural and educational links; the Chinese Muslim (Hui) diaspora around the world; and China’s use of education and research initiatives to strengthen regional relationships related to the Belt and Road Initiative across Asia. She has taught at the Asian University for Women (Bangladesh), Qatar University, Zayed University (UAE), and Stanford University.

Select Publications

  • “Chinese Muslim Diaspora Communities and the Role of International Islamic Education Networks: A Case Study of Dubai,” with Chai Shaojin, chapter in Chinese Religions Going Global, edited by Nanlai Cao, Giuseppe Giordan, and Fenggang Yang (Leiden: Brill, 2020)
  • “China” chapter in Oxford Handbook of Islamic Archaeology, edited by Timothy Insoll and Bethany Walker (Oxford: Oxford University Press, 2020)
  • “Islamic Education in China,” chapter in Handbook of Islamic Education, edited by Holger Daun and Reza Arjmand (New York: Springer, 2018)
  • “DragonMart: The Mega-Souk of Today’s Silk Road,” in Middle East Report special issue on “China in the Middle East,” 270 (May 2014)
  • China and the Gulf: The Social and Cultural Implications of their Rapidly Developing Economic Ties,” chapter in Asia-Gulf Economic Relations in the 21st Century: The Local to Global
  • Transformation, edited by Tim Niblock and Monica Malik (Berlin & London: Gerlach Press, 2013)
  • “Islam in China,” chapter in, Asian Islam in the 21st Century, edited by John Voll and John Esposito (Oxford: Oxford University Press, 2007)

 

Education

  • PhD, Inner Asian and Altaic Studies
    Harvard University
  • BA, Chinese Studies
    University of California at Santa Cruz