Entries Tagged as 'News'

Website Launched – mongoliantemples.org

January 19th, 2015 by anna.c

New website uncovers Mongolia’s Buddhist past In January 2015 the website www.mongoliantemples.org went live. Mongolia’s Buddhist heritage is revealed in a treasure trove of data presented in this website of the Documentation of Mongolian Monasteries project. Press release

News – Workshop: How to Create a Template for the Identification of Tibetan Xylographs

January 13th, 2015 by anna.c

A specialised workshop entitled “How to Create a Template for the Identification of Tibetan Xylographs” was held at the MIASU on January 8 and 9. It was organised by Michela Clemente within the Marie Curie project entitled “Tibetan Book Evolution and Technology (TiBET)”. The project has the aim of identifying Tibetan xylographs through a study […]

‘Inner Asia’ articles most downloaded

May 6th, 2014 by anna.c

Two articles from ‘Inner Asia’ have been named by publisher Brill in their list of  “15 most downloaded journal articles in Asian Studies” and are freely available to download until the end of July. Competing Communities: Ethnic Unity and Ethnic Boundaries on China’s North-West Frontier Author: David Tobin Inner Asia, (Volume 13, No. 1, pp. […]

Ambassador visits MIASU

March 6th, 2014 by anna.c

On Tuesday 18 February the new Ambassador Extraordinary and Plenipotentiary of Mongolia to the United Kingdom of Great Britain and Northern Ireland, Mr N.Tulga, visited the Mongolian and Inner Asia studies Unit at the University of Cambridge. He met University staff, students and visiting scholars and discussed current research, strategies and future plans.

Michaelmas Term Seminar List

September 30th, 2013 by anna.c

Research Seminars Michaelmas Term 2013 Tuesdays 4.30pm to 6.00 pm Seminar room, The Mond Building, Free School Lane Tuesday 15 October Hanna Havnevik University of Oslo New Buddhist temples and “self-made” ritual specialists in contemporary Ulaanbaatar Tuesday 29 October Sayana Namsaraeva 
& Franck Billé MIASU, University of Cambridge Divided communities on the Russia-China border **This […]