For the last guest-lecture in our TibHim-series this semester we are happy to invite you to the talk by Dr. Antonio Terrone (Northwestern University)
A case study of cultural sustainability from the northeastern Tibetan plateau. Guest lecture by Dr. Gerald Roche.
Gjesteforelesning med Dr. Sienna Craig (Darthmouth College)
Leia av Dr. Koen Wellens (UiO): Presentasjon og diskusjon av Stephane Gros (2012): La Part manquante. Echanges et pouvoirs chez les Drung du Yunnan (Chine). Nanterre, Société d'ethnologie.
Gjesteforelesning av PhD-kandidat Khushboo Chaturvedi (Banaras Hindu University)
Guest lecture by Ph.D. Candidate Mona Chettri (SOAS), organized by the interfacultary Research Seminar in Tibetan and Himalayan Studies series funded by Religion in Pluralist Societies (PluRel).
We have the pleasure to invite you to the guest lecture «State Formation in Sikkim - A New Approach to Sikkimese History» by Dr. Saul Mullard.
Guest lecture Dr. Hildegard Diemberger, organized by the research group Tibetan and Himalayan Studies.
Dr. Diemberger is a social anthropologist and Tibetologist at the Department of Archaeology and Anthropology at the University of Cambridge and director of the University's Mongolian and Inner Asia Studies Unit (MIASU).
Bokseminar leia av forskarar ved Institutt for Helse og samfunn
Guest lecture on «Community rituals in Bhutan» by Dr. Françoise Pommaret, Director of research at CNRS in Paris and Research Advisor at ILCS, Royal University of Bhutan.
We have the pleasure to invite you to three guest lectures by Prof. Charles Ramble, École Pratique des Hautes Études, Sorbonne, and President of the International Association for Tibetan Studies. The guest lectures are open to all. Welcome everyone!
Thursday, May 31, Auditorium 2, Georg Sverdrups hus
2.15- 4 p.m. Vampire Subjugation Rituals in the Tibet-Himalaya Interface.
4.15-6 p.m. Buddhism, Blood-sacrifice and Law: the Ingredients of Tibetan Civil Religion in Mustang (Nepal).
Friday, June 1. Seminar room 152 Georg Morgenstiernes hus
10.15 -12 Understanding Verticality and Mirror-Imagery in Tibetan Myth and Royal Etiology: How Useful is Perspectivist Theory
For abstracts and further information, please see below.
The seminar ist hosted by Institutt for kulturstudier og orientalske språk (IKOS) in collaboration with: Religion in Pluralist Societies (PluRel), Section for Medical Anthropology and Medical History, and the Oslo Buddhist Studies Forum.
Guest lectures by Prof. Toni Huber, Dr. Mona Schrempf, Dr. Sarah Jacoby and Dr. Barbara Gerke
Gjesteforelesing av Dr. Ulrike Roesler (Oxford)
Research Seminar in Tibetan and Himalayan Studies, Spring 2012
Department of Culture Studies and Oriental Languages in collaboration with Department of Social Anthropology, Institute of Health and Society, Oslo Buddhist Studies Forum and Religion in Pluralist Societies (PluRel).
Gjesteforelesing av Dr. Saul Mullard (Oxford/Namgyal Institute)
PhD Stipendiat Valeria Gazizova (UiO) presenterer PhD-prosjektet sitt
PhD-stipendiat Astrid Hovden (UiO) presenterer resultat fra feltarbeid i Nepal i forbindelse med PhD-prosjektet sitt.