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Joseph F. Fletcher, Jr., usually referred to simply as Joseph Fletcher (1934 – 1984) was an American historian of China and Central Asia, a professor at East Asian Languages and Civilizations Department of Harvard Universitymarker. His main areas of research included interaction between the Islamic and Chinese worlds, Manchu and Mongol studies.

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Joseph Fletcher contributed a chapter ("Ch'ingmarker Inner Asia, c. 1800") to vol. 10 of The Cambridge History of China.

Joseph Fletcher's posthumously published work, "The Naqshbandiyya in Northwest China" (Variorum, 1995), remains one of the main English-languages sources on the introduction of Sufism into China, and is extensively cited by practically all books in English on Islam in China published since then.

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