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13th IATS Seminar, Ulaanbaatar 2013

Group photo - IATS 2013, Ulaanbaatar

From 21st to 27th of July 2013 members of the IFD CIRDIS, our Bon project and the CIRDIS-IK have attanded the 13th Seminar of the International Association for Tibetan Studies (IATS) held in Ulaanbaatar, Mongolia.

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CTRC Symposium + Workshop, Vienna 2011

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From 5th to 9th of April 2011 members of the IFD CIRDIS together with the FWF-NFN CHWH and the CTRC held the symposium "The Art and Cultural History of Central and Western Tibet, 8th to 15th century" and the workshop "Cultural Heritage Preservation".

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"Cultural Flows across the Western Himalaya", IIAS, Shimla 2009

IIAS Conference 2009, Shimla - Group Photo 1

The Confercence, jointly sponsored by the University of Vienna, the Center for Interdisciplinary Research and Documentation, the Austrian Science Fund / The Cultural History of the Western Himalaya and the Indian Institute of Advanced Study Shimla, took place from 15th to 18th of April 2009 at the IIAS in Shimla, India.

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EASAA-Conference, Ravenna 2007

EASAA, Ravenna 2007, group photo

The following members of the Art History subproject participated in the 19th EASAA Conference (Ravenna, 2.-6. July 2007): E. Allinger, A Filigenzi, D. Klimburg-Salter, ..

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Reconsecration of the Nako Temples, Nako 2007

Nako 2007,reconsecration 1

Since 2000 the Buddhist complex consisting of four temples in Nako, Kinnaur has been studied, preserved and partially reconstructed at the request of the local Buddhist Community within the Nako Research and Preservation Project (NRPP). Indigenous...

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Seminar on History and Art Culture of Tibetan Buddhism, Beijing 2007

Beihing 2007, group photo 1

Beijing (China), 7-10 June, 2007

The seminar was organized by the China Tibetology Research Center (CTRC, Zhongguo zangxue yanjiu zhongxin) in order to promote contact and academic exchanges between major institutions in China involved in Tibetan studies and the research team of the Research Platform/CIRDIS of the University of Vienna, and to explore the possibility of scientific cooperation agreement. Seventeen...

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