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BZF 23: Bookcover

 

BZF 23, S. 381: The Ruined Temples of Saspotse

Beiträge zur Zentralasienforschung

Begründet von R.O. Meisezahl (†) und Dieter Schuh

Herausgegeben von Peter Schwieger

Band 23: Saadet Arslan und Peter Schwieger (Editors): Tibetan Studies. An Anthology [PIATS 2006: Proceedings of the Eleventh Seminar of the International Association for Tibetan Studies. Königswinter 2006], 2010, 486 pages, 82,50 Euro. ISBN: 978-3-03809-110-3

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Contents:

Editorial Preface ........................................................11

DIBYESH ANAND
Challenging ‘Tibetan Exceptionalism’: Exotica Tibet as an
Orientalist Construct.....................................................15

VIBHA ARORA
“Will You Buy My Yaks? I Want to Open a Teashop at Gangtok”:
The Crises of Roots and Routes Among the ’Brog pa of
Lhonak Valley in North Sikkim, India......................................37

ELISABETH BENARD
A Secret Affair: The Wedding of a Sakya Bdag mo .........................63

ANNE-SOPHIE BENTZ
National Identity and Diaspora: Tibetan Refugees in India.................93

TRINE BROX
Changing the Tibetan Way? Contesting Secularisms in the
Tibetan Diaspora..................................................................117

M. ALEJANDRO CHAOUL
Cutting Through Boundaries: A Study on the Bonpo Gcod ....................143

THUPTEN KUNGA CHASHAB
Transmission of Si tu Paṇ chen ’s Grammar Teaching According to
His Autobiography.........................................................169

YESHI CHOEDON
State, Non-Governmental Organizations and Refugees:
A Study of Their Interface with Regard to Education
of Tibetan Refugee Children ..............................................181

SOLOMON GEORGE FITZHERBERT
A Modern Version of the Birth of Gesar ...................................215

HANNA HAVNEVIK
Drapchi Lhamo: The Construction of a Fortune Cult in Lhasa................255

AGNIESZKA HELMAN-WAŻNY
Historical, Art-Historical, and Natural Science Approaches to
Dating Tibetan Books—Possibilities and Limitations .......................279


TONI HUBER
Relating to Tibet: Narratives of Origin & Migration Among
Highlanders of the Far Eastern Himalaya...................................297


JOACHIM G. KARSTEN AND VERONIKA RONGE
Mu tig thug khog : A Preliminary Note on Lhasa-Tibetan Pearl Coifs
(Early 18th to Mid-20th Centuries) .........................................337

GERALD KOZICZ
The 12th Century Stūpa Temple of Saspotse .................................363

ANNA MORCOM
History, Traditions, Identities and Nationalism: Drawing and
Redrawing the Musical Cultural Map of Tibet ..............................385

STEPHANIE RÖMER
The 14th Dalai Lama and the Tibetan Struggle in Exile: An Analysis ........419

MICHELLE J. SORENSEN
The Body Extraordinary: Embodied Praxis, Vajrayoginī, and
Buddhist Gcod ...........................................................439

ANTONIO TERRONE
“Anything is an Appropriate Treasure Teaching!”
Authentic Treasure Revealers and the Moral Implications
of Noncelibate Tantric Practice..........................................457
 

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