Matthew Kapstein (EPHE) et Charles Ramble (EPHE) annoncent la publication de l’ouvrage :
The Many Faces of King Gesar
paru aux éditions Brill, avec des contributions de Jean-Noël Robert, Anne-Marie Blondeau, Chopa Dondrup, Estelle Dryland, Solomon George FitzHerbert, Gregory Forgues, Frances Garrett, Frantz Grenet, Lama Jabb, Matthew W. King, Norbu Wangdan, Geoffrey Samuel, Siddiq Wahid, Wang Guoming, and Yang Enhong.
Résumé de l’ouvrage :
The Tibetan Gesar epic, considered “the world’s longest poem,” has been the object of countless retellings, translations, and academic studies in the two centuries since it was first introduced to European readers. In The Many Faces of Ling Gesar, its many aspects—historical, cultural, and literary—are surveyed for the first time in a single volume in English, addressed to both general readers and specialists. The original scholarship presented here, by international experts in Tibetan Studies, honours the contributions of Rolf A. Stein (1911-1999), whose studies of the Tibetan epic are the enduring standard in this field.
Pour de plus amples informations, voir la page de l’éditeur : https://brill.com/view/title/60949