Pomona College Anthropology Professor Dru Gladney, whose research centered on the politics, peoples and cultures of the Silk Road and China’s Uyghur population, died unexpectedly March 17. He was 65. Gladney joined Pomona’s faculty in 2006 as an anthropology professor, serving as department chair most recently until 2021. While
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