Série de séminaires “Tibet & Himalaya Lecture Series”

Le Institut für Asien – und Afrikawissenschaften Zentralasien, de l’Université Humboldt-Universität zu Berlin organise une série de conférences en ligne (via Zoom) intitulée “Tibet & Himalaya Lecture Series”. 

Le conférences se tiendront tous les lundis à partir du 26 avril, entre 18h15 et 20h00. Pour s’enregistrer, il faut contacter : herbenet@hu-berlin.de

  • 26.04.21 Poverty as an Economic Asset. China’s Fight against Poverty in Eastern TibetDr. Jarmila Ptáčková, Czech Academy of Sciences
  • 03.05.21 Mantras and Rituals in Tibetan MedicineDr. Olaf Czaja, Göttingen Academy of Sciences and Humanities
  • 10.05.21 Textual Treasures and Endangered Manuscript Traditions in the HimalayasDr. Markus Viehbeck, University of Vienna
  • 31.05.21 Perspectives of Indo-Chinese Border TradeDr. Rafał Beszterda, Nicolaus Copernicus University Torun
  • 07.06.21 Naming the Empire: from Bod to TibetDr. Joanna Bialek, Humboldt Universität zu Berlin
  • 14.06.21 The Royal History of Sikkim: A New, fully annotated and Illustrated Translation from the Tibetan OriginalDr. John Ardussi, University of Virginia and Dr. Anna Balikci-Denjongpa, Namgyal Institute of Tibetology Sikkim
  • 21.06.21 Mount Kailasha in the Bön religionProf. em. Dr. Per Kværne, University of Oslo
  • 28.06.21 The Miss Tibet Pageant in the Tibetan Diaspora as a Representation of Tibet and its Culture?Pema Choedon, University of Tartu
  • 05.07.21 Encounters, Possessions, and Healing Narratives — the Female Spirit-Medium Jomo Drolma and the Mountain Goddess Ama Jomo from Eastern BhutanDr. Mona Schrempf, Humboldt Universität zu Berlin
  • 12.07.21 Down from the Tibetan Plateau: On the History and Reconstruction of the East Bodish Linguistic FamilyDr. Gwendolyn Hyslop, University of Sydney