The Mongolia-Tibet Interface: Opening New Research Terrains in Inner Asia : PIATS 2003 : Tibetan Studies : Proceedings of the Tenth Seminar of the International Association for Tibetan Studies, Oxford, 2003

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This volume focuses on the interface between Mongolian and Tibetan cultures and aims to create a platform to encourage the development of new forms of scholarship across geographical and disciplinary boundaries. This forum lets new materials emerge and brings to the fore a variety of different approaches to studying Mongolian and Tibetan cultures and societies. The papers in this volume deal not only with the substantial Mongolian contribution to and engagement with Tibetan Buddhism, but also with multiple readings of shared history and religion, reconstruction of traditions, shifting ethnic boundaries and the broader political context of the Mongolian-Tibetan relationship.
 

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HILDEGARD GM DIEMBERGER AND URADYN E BULAGTowards Critical Studies of the MongolianTibetan Interface
1
the Demise of Buddhism in Inner Mongolia
19
JOHAN ELVERSKOGTibetocentrism Religious Conversion and the Study of Mongolian Buddhism
59
GERHARD EMMERDga Ldan Tshe Dbang Dpal Bzang Po and the TibetLadakhMughal War of 167984
81
the Management of Tradition in the MongolianTibetan Borderlands
109
Comparing the Rites for Mongolian and Tibetan Local Deities
135
the Story of Dugar Jaisang and Popular Views of MongolianTibetan Relations from Mongolian Perspectives
159
Landscapes of the Religious Imagination Among the Darhads of Northern Mongolia
175
LCE NAG TSHANG HUM CHENa Brief Introduction to Ngag dbang dar rgyas and the Origin of Rnying ma Order in Henan County Sogpo the Mo...
239
the Fierce Drunken Lord of the Gobi
257
JALSANOn the Socalled Secret Biography of Tshang Dbyangs Rgya Mtsho
295
a Great Figure in Mongolian and Tibetan Cultures
303
KESANG DARGYAYThe Origin of Malho Mongolian County
315
Aspects of the Ethnic Relationship between the Mongols and Tibetans in Qinghai and Gansu
337
DENLHUN TSHEYANGMongol Cultural Sites and Customs in Modern Dam Gzhung Tibet Autonomous Region
363
BURNEE DORJSURENA Review of the TibetanMongolian Lexicographical Tradition
371

a Perspective on Cultural Conflation in Contemporary Inner Mongolia
197
HANNA HAVNEVIK BYAMBAA RAGCHAA AGATA BAREJASTARZYNSKASome Practices of the Buddhist Red Tradition in Contemporary Mo...
223
Notes on Contributors
379
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Uradyn E. Bulag is Associate Professor of Anthropology at Hunter College - the City University of New York. He is the author of Nationalism and Hybridity in Mongolia (Clarendon 1998) and The Mongols at China's Edge (Rowman & Littlefield 2002).
Hildegard Diemberger, is one of the directors of the Mongolian and Inner Asia Studies Unit of the University of Cambridge and is also a research associate at the Austrian Academy of Science and a member of the Italian Ev-K2-CNR Committee. Together with Pasang Wangdu she is the author of Shel dkar chos 'byung - History and Politics in Southern Tibet (Vienna 1996) and dBa' bzhed - The Royal Narrative Concerning the Bringing of the Buddha's Doctrine to Tibet (Vienna 2000).

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