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Rituale mit politischer Relevanz

Birka Bahadur Rai (photo: Alban von Stockhausen)

The University of Vienna's Online magazine uni:view in conversation with Prof. Martin Gaenszle.
http://medienportal.univie.ac.at/uniview/forschung/detailansicht/artikel/rituale-mit-politischer-relevanz/

 

OUT NOW - Transfer of Buddhism Across Central Asian Networks (7th to 13th Centuries)

transfer of buddhism across central asian networks cover

C. Meinert (ed.): Transfer of Buddhism Across Central Asian Networks (7th to 13th Centuries). With contributions by: Kazuo Kano, Deborah Klimburg-Salter, Rob Linrothe, Linda Lojda, Carmen Meinert, Henrik H. Sørensen, Monica Strinu, Gertraud Taenzer, Sam van Schaik, Jens Wilkens.

Book DOI: 10.1163/9789004307438
E - ISBN : 9789004307438

 

Workshop: "Life, Memory, History and Society - Life Writings from India and Nepal"

workshop: life, memory, history and society

7th - 9th May 2015; seminar room 1 of the Department of South Asian, Tibetan and Buddhist Studies

Invitation: Workshop: "Life, Memory, History and Society" [PDF]

 

The Organizing Committee, Prof. Deborah Klimburg-Salter together with her distinguished colleagues Prof. Xie, Prof. Luo and Prof. Xiong, is proud to announce the upcoming Fifth International Conference on Tibetan Archeology & Arts 2012, which will be held in Beijing, P.R.C, October 20th-23rd, 2012.

 

The objective of the conference is to create a forum for the exchange of experience, knowledge and perspectives among researchers inside and outside of China.

The conference seeks to bring together researchers in the field, especially art historians and archaeologists who's focus is on Buddhist and Tibetan art. The Proceedings of ICTAA V will be published after the conference as a special issue of the magazine Hanzang Fojiao Meishu Yanjiu (Sino-Tibetan Buddhist Art).

Main Topics and Panels Arrangements

The following six topics have been proposed:

1) Recent archaeological excavations and surveys in the field
2) Cave murals of Dunhuang with a Tibetan style
3) Artistic relation between Tibet, Khotan and northwestern Indian subcontinent from the imperial period on
4) The artistic relationship among Liao, Jin, Xixia and Tibet
5) Murals of Gra-thang and Zhwa-lu Monastery
6) Sino-Tibetan style works and imperial palaces, and patronage in the Ming & Qing Dynasties.

Those interested in participating (abstract submission deadline: July 15th, 2012) may contact:

  • Professor XIE Jisheng
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  • Professor LUO Wenhua
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  • Professor Klimburg Deborah-Salter
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  • Professor XIONG Wenbin
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