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Edited by Fernanda Pirie and Toni Huber
Assessing the legacies of revolution, social upheaval and reform among minorities in communist Asia, the case studies in this volume analyse the experience of conflict and social disruption, while providing an original comparative perspective on Tibet and Inner Asia.
Edited by Philippe Forêt and Andreas Kaplony
Drawing on evidence from the many civilizations that shared the Silk Road, this book examines specific cases of the mobility of maps and images through the centuries.
Brian G. Baumann
Edited by Martijn van Beek and Fernanda Pirie
Arguing for the need to situate Ladakh in a South Asian context, albeit not neglecting its ties with Tibet, this volume brings together empirical studies from the region to analyse the change and continuity resulting from colonialism, independence and modernisation.
Within the tradition of the Great Perfection, the Works of Shardza Tashi Gyeltsen stand as textual references of an exceptional erudition. As a sign of realization, the author manifested the Rainbow Body, the ultimate fruit of Dzogchen, in 1934.
Edited by Robert Barnett and Ronald Schwartz
This book, the first scholarly publication in the West to provide detailed documentation of modern life in contemporary Tibet, presents the cutting-edge field work carried out by an interdisciplinary group of researchers studying caste, pop music, media, painting, education, economics, ...
Edited by Garnik Asatrian
Iran and the Caucasus, a peer-reviewed multi-disciplinary journal, published in three issues per year. Iran and the Caucasus is a journal promoting original, innovative, and meticulous research on the history (ancient, mediaeval and modern), culture, anthropology, literature (textology), ...
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