Uchralt Otede

Dr Uchralt Otede


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Uchralt Otede is a research fellow at the ANU Mongolia Institute. After studying at the Tokyo University of Foreign Studies and the Hitotsubasi University in Japan, he appointed as a lecturer at the Toin University of Yokohama in 2009. He moved to the ANU in 2012, as a strategic research fellow to the Australian Centre on China in the World. He joined the ARC Laureate Project 'Informal Life Politcs' as a PhD researcher since 2015. Uchralt is currently working on Grassroots Selfhelp Movement in Inner Mongolia and Mongolia. 


Research interests

  • China:nation-building and ethnic, religious conflicts, environmental movement in Inner Mongolia  
  • Mongolia:grassroots selfhelp movements, DIY governance in rural communities 
  • Cross-Border People Movements:Mongol tribes and clans(China, Mongolia, Russia), academic community partership networks(Mongolia, China, Japan, and Australia)


PhD (Social Science, Hitotsubashi University, Japan)

Researcher's projects

Informal Life Politics in Inner Mongolia and Mongolia(PhD project - part of ARC Laureate project "Informal Life Politics in the Remaking of Northeast Asia"; Supervisor and Chair:Prof.Tessa Morris-Suzuki)

Xanadu(Yuan-Shangdu) Studies:From a Perspective of Cultural and Envieonmental Tourisms 

Chinese Religion Going Abroad

Expertise Areas

  • Government and Politics of Asia and the Pacific
  • Studies of Asian Society
  • Asian History


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