Current Issues and Progress in Tibetan Studies

Takeuchi Tsuguhito, Kazushi Iwao, Ai Nishida, Seiji Kumagai and Yamamoto Meishi (eds.) (2013[2014.03]), Current Issues and Progress in Tibetan Studies: Proceedings of the Third International Seminar of Young Tibetologists, Kobe 2012 (Journal of Research Institute, vol. 51). Kobe: Research Institute of Foreign Studies, Kobe City University of Foreign Studies. iv+581pp.

ISSN: 0454-1073

第3回若手チベット学者国際会議(The 3rd International Seminar of Young Tibetlogists)の論文集です。暫くすると神戸市外国語大学のリポジトリにアップされる予定です(ココ)。 掲載論文は以下のとおり。 ---

Tsuguhito Takeuchi, Preface.

Charles Ramble, The Future of Young Tibetologists.

Christopher Bell, The Ritual Evolution of the Nechung Protector Deities.

Yusuke Bessho, Competition for the Mountain Landscape: the Ritual Territories of feng shui and the yul lha Cult in the East Frontier Region of Amdo.

Nyima Woser Choekhortshang, A Chinese Imperial Decree and the Yangton Lama of Dolpo.

Lewis Doney, Emperor, Dharmaraja, Bodhisattva? Inscriptions from the Reign of Khri Srong lde brtsan.

Shiho Ebihara, The Inclusive-Exclusive Distinction in Spoken and Written Tibetan.

Franz Xaver Erhard, Remembering History in Amdo:Three Literary Accounts for the Years from 1956 to 1976.

Kalsang Norbu Gurung, Unsolved ‘bon’ Puzzle: The Classical Definitions of Bon.

Berthe Jansen, Selection at the Gate: Access to the Monkhood and Social Mobility in Traditional Tibet.

Hanung Kim, Sum-pa Ye-shes-dpal-’byor and the Civil War of Eighteenth Century Tibet: A Preliminary Essay on Ye-shes-dpal-’byor’s Many Roles in Tibetan Civilization.

Ryosuke Kobayashi, An Analytical Study of the Tibetan Record of the Simla Conference (1913–1914): Shing stag rgya gar ’phags pa’i yul du dbyin bod rgya gsum chings mol mdzad lugs kun gsal me long

Yuri Komatsubara, The Political Relationship between Tibet and the Qing Dynasty in the Latter Half of the Eighteenth Century and the Nineteenth Century: An Analysis of How bka’-blon was Chosen

Kengo Konishi, Between Indigenous Religion and Religious Minorities: Bonpos’ Attempts to Continue Tradition in Contemporary China.

Lhundrup Dorje,མཚོ་སྔོན་དྷཱིཿཚ་དགོན་པའི་གྲྭ་བཙུན་གྱི་འཚོ་བའི་འགྱུར་ལྡོག་

Cuilan Liu, Reciters and Chanters: Monastic Musicians in Buddhist Law Texts.

Yu-Shan Liu, Rethinking the Recently ‘Discovered’ Bon/Zhangzhung Traditions: the Case of Yung drung Shon Dance (g.yung drung shon rtsed).

Thupten Gawa Matsushita, The Three objects of Buddhist Epistemology.

Hiroshi Nemoto, Compositional Styles in Classical Tibetan Literature: The Poetic Verse of ’Jam dbyangs bzhad pa ngag dbang brtson ’grus

Ai Nishida, Bird Divination in Old Tibetan Texts.

Fumihito Nishizawa, gSang phu ne’u thog: Its Contribution to the Re-establishment and Development of Tibetan Buddhism in the Later Diffusion (phyi dar) Period.

Emi Oba, Tibetan Rgyal chen bzhi Iconography: Comparing the Representation of Asian Buddhist Deities.

Kensaku Okawa, Land-centered Perspective: A New Way of Looking at Tibetan Traditional Society.

Valentina Punzi, Narrating the Land: Preliminary Thoughts on Polysemic Space in Amdo Oral Tradition.

Reb gong ba Sha bo rta mgrin, བོན་དང་སངས་རྒྱས་ཆོས་ལུགས་ཀྱི་མཛོད་གཞུང་ལས་ལྷོ་འཛམ་བུ་གླིང་གི་སྐོར་ལ་དཔྱད་བསྡུར་རགས་ཙམ་བྱས་པ།

Jonathan Samuels, An Avuncular Profile: An Examination of the Maternal Uncle (Azhang) and his Significance in Tibetan Culture.

Rolf Scheuermann, When Buddhist Teachings Meet: Preliminary Remarks on the Relationship between the Four Dharmas of Sgam po pa and Kun dga’ snying po’s Parting from the Four Attachments.

Camille Simon,ལྷ་སའི་ཁ་སྐད་ནང་སྐུལ་འདེབས་ཀྱི་ངག་སྟོན་པའི་རྗོད་སྟངས་ཀྱི་ཁྱད་ཆོས་འགའ་ཤས་ངོ་སྤྲོད

Penghao Sun, Pha-dam-pa Sangs-rgyas in Tangut Xia: Notes on Khara-khoto Chinese Manuscript TK329.

Tashi Tsering, On the Unknown History of a Himalayan Buddhist Enclave: Spiti Valley before the 10th Century.

Markus Viehbeck, Performing Text as Practice: Rdza Dpal sprul’s Practice Manual on the Bodhi(sattva)caryāvatāra.

Akinori Yasuda, Nyang-ral Nyi-ma‘od-zer’s Theory of the Three Vehicles.