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Tibetan modernities

International Association for Tibetan Studies. Seminar

Tibetan modernities

notes from the field on cultural and social change

by International Association for Tibetan Studies. Seminar

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Published by Brill in Boston .
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    Subjects:
  • Social change -- Tibet (China),
  • Tibet (China) -- Social conditions -- 20th century

  • Edition Notes

    Statementedited by Robert Barnett and Ronald Schwartz.
    SeriesBrill"s Tibetan studies library -- vol. 10/11
    ContributionsBarnett, Robert, 1953-, Schwartz, Ronald D. 1947-
    Classifications
    LC ClassificationsHN740.T55 I58 2003
    The Physical Object
    Paginationxxi, 456 p. ;
    Number of Pages456
    ID Numbers
    Open LibraryOL16725358M
    ISBN 109789004155220
    LC Control Number2008004377

    Robert J. Barnett founded and directs the Modern Tibetan Studies Program at Columbia, the first Western teaching program in this field. His most recent books are Tibetan Modernities: Notes from the Field, with Ronald Schwartz (Brill, ); and Lhasa: Streets with Memories (Columbia, ). From to he ran the annual summer program for. e-book excerpt 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, childbirth and environment in Tibetan communities today.

      His books include “Lhasa: Streets With Memories” and “Tibetan Modernities: Notes From the Field." The views expressed in this article are the author's own and do not necessarily reflect Al Jazeera America's editorial policy. His most recent books are Tibetan Modernities: Notes from the Field, with Ronald Schwartz (Brill, ); and Lhasa: Streets with Memories (Columbia, ). His articles include studies of modern Tibetan history, post leaders in Tibet, Tibetan cinema and TV, women and politics in Tibet, and contemporary exorcism rituals.

    Janet Gyatso is a Religious Studies scholar currently employed as the Hershey Professor of Buddhist Studies and the Associate Dean for Faculty and Academic Affairs at Harvard Divinity School. She is a member of the American Academy of Arts and Sciences. Gyatso's research interests are in Buddhism and its relationship to Tibetan and South Asian ion: University of California at Berkeley (BA, MA, . ‘Book review’ (review of Tibetan Modernities by Robert Barnett and Ronald Schwartz), in Bulletin of Tibetology, , , pp click here to download the PDF. [ MB].


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BRILL pages $ Hardcover Brill's Tibetan studies library; v/11 DS He is the author of The Language of the Gods in the World of Men: Sanskrit, Culture, and Power in Premodern India; the editor of a number of books, including Literary Cultures in History: Reconstructions from South Asia; and a co-editor of Cosmopolitanism, also published by Duke University Press.

Schwartz, Tibetan Modernities is a timely collection of writings on many aspects of socio-cultural life among contemporary Tibetan communities. Bamett's deftly written Preface charts the emergence in little more than a decade of what may be termed 'modem Tibetan studies,' despite.

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Professor Robert Barnett is the Director of the Modern Tibetan Studies Program at Columbia University in New York. His books include Tibetan Modernities: Notes from the Field (with Ronald Schwartz, ), Lhasa: Streets with Memories () and A Poisoned Arrow: The Secret Petition of the 10th Panchen Lama ().

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Brill's Tibetan studies library, ; v. 10/ Summary "This is the first major publication in the West to study the modernity and its impact on contemporary Tibet. Introduction: Tibet And Modernity. Modernity, Memory And Agricultural Modernisation In Central Tibet, – The Flow Of Wealth In Golok Pastoralist Society: Towards An Assessment Of Local Financial Resources For Economic Development.

Pollution And. Based on field work by researchers from the fields of anthropology, sociology, environmental science, literature, art and linguistics, it presents essays on education, economics, childbirth, environment, caste, pop music, media and painting in Tibetan.

In her wonderful recent book on home-grown Tibetan modernities and the relationships between empirical, medical knowledge and religious knowledge in the context of Tibetan traditional medicine, Janet Gyatso describes at length how Tibetan traditional doctors and yogic practitioners have grappled for centuries with the question of exactly how.

Robert Barnett is an Associate Research Scholar, Director of the Modern Tibet Studies Program and an Adjunct Professor of Contemporary Tibetan Studies at the Columbia University Weatherhead East Asian Institute.

Professor Barnett founded and directs the Modern Tibetan Studies Program at Columbia, the first Western teaching program in this field. Modern Religiosities, Religious Modernities: Views from the Himalaya Part II: Space, Place, and Material Modernities 2.

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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, childbirth and environment in Tibetan communities today.

Robert Barnett is Director of the Modern Tibetan Studies Program at the Weatherhead East Asian Institute at Columbia and the author most recently of–ÊLhasa: Streets with Memories and co-editor with Ronald Schwartz of Tibetan Modernities: Notes from the Field on Cultural and Social Change.

(May ). TRANS-HIMALAYAN BORDERLANDS: Livelihoods, Territorialities, Modernities | Edited by Dan Smyer Yü and Jean Michaud. chapters 1) and Indo-Tibetan Interface (Yü, chapter 3), Sara Shneiderman (chapter 2) brings focus on more personalized “properties of territory” in Nepal that occur both ontologically and linguistically in post-war and.

Multiple modernities and the Tibetan diaspora construct "lamaism," the emergence of the text known as "The Tibetan Book of the Dead" in the Western spiritual canon, the authorizing principle. Barnett founded and directed Columbia's Modern Tibetan Studies Program, the first Western teaching program in the field, until December His most recent books are Tibetan Modernities: Notes from the Field, with Ronald Schwartz (Brill Publishers, ) and Lhasa: Streets with Memories (Columbia University Press, ).

To conclude, the birth of the Tibetan-English novel bears witness to the fluid and dialogic nature of Tibetan exilic modernities. Written over a period of almost fifty years, these four novels do not only deal with issues of displacement, change and hybridity, but constitute a hybrid genre in itself.Tibetan modernities: notes from the field on cultural and social change Author: Robert Barnett ; Ronald D Schwartz ; International Association for Tibetan Studies.