Entries Tagged as 'Projects'

Seminar – 25 February – Natalia Ryzhova

February 13th, 2020 by anna.c

ALL WELCOME Tuesday 25 February 2020 4.30–6.00 Mond Building Seminar Room Natalia Ryzhova Palacky University, Olomouc Who is fighting for the militarized islands on the Sino-Russian border? It is widely known that the territory of the Russian Far East was highly militarized during the soviet period. Militaries with their family members live in ‘secret cities,’ […]

Visiting Scholars – Lent Term 2020

January 7th, 2020 by anna.c

Lent Term 2020 We welcome the following visiting scholars this term – September 2019 – September 2021: Zhou Yong, University of Oslo, working on his postdoctoral research: “Free Prior Informed Consent (FPIC) and Natural Resources Exploitation: Institutionalizing Indigenous Peoples´ Rights in China” funded by the Research Council of Norway November 2019 – November 2020: Burenjargal,  visiting scholar from […]

Himalayan Connections – New project

March 29th, 2018 by anna.c

Dr Diemberger has been successful in receiving funding from the Norwegian Research Council under its NORGLOBAL programme as Co-Investigator on a four-year collaborative project with the University of Oslo : Himalayan connections: melting glaciers, sacred landscapes and mobile technologies in a Changing Climate   ‘Through an exceptional confluence of events and access to centuries of historical […]

Lunchtime seminar – 26 April – Tinley Namgyal

April 20th, 2017 by anna.c

A lunchtime seminar will be held in the Mond Building Seminar Room, Free School Lane, Cambridge CB2 3RF Wednesday 26 April 2017, 12.30–1.30 All welcome Tinley Namgyal Independent Researcher, Tibet Autonomous Region The revival of a Milarepa shrine in Tibet: a first hand account Abandoned during the Cultural Revolution, the holy shrine of Trakar Taso […]

Inner Asia 18.2 Contents

January 18th, 2017 by admin

Inner Asia—Volume 18, Issue 2, 2016 CONTENTS BRILL—Online issue Introduction by Caroline Humphrey This has been a year of momentous dates. First of all we should mark the passing of three of the most eminent contributors to Mongolian studies: Igor de Rachewiltz (1929–2016), authoritative translator, editor and commentator on the Secret History of the Mongols […]