Visiting Scholars

The Mongolia and Inner Asia Studies Unit hosts international scholars with interests in the region, and welcomes applications from scholars from universities in the region to its Sigrid Rausing Scholarly Exchange scheme. Applications are also considered from self funded scholars.

Easter Term 2019

We welcome the following visiting scholars this term –

January 2018 – December 2019: Valeriya Gazizova, post doctoral research associate working on her project:
‘Clandestine Buddhism’ in Soviet Kalmykia (1958-1988) and its role in the post-Soviet Buddhist revival’. The project is funded by the Robert H. N. Ho Family Foundation in Buddhist Studies

April 2019 – October 2019: Tegüs-ün Süye, Inner Mongolia University
Working on her research on buddhist literature: ‘The Story of Maudgalyāyana (Molun Toyin) Rescuing His Mother’

April 2019 – August 2019: Sargai Sha, Independent scholar
Working on her project: ‘Ecological restoration in a mining area: A case study in BaiNaimiao coal mine in Siziwang Banner, Inner Mongolia’

Lent Term 2019

We welcome the following visiting scholars this term –

January 2018 – December 2019: Valeriya Gazizova, post doctoral research associate working on her project:
‘Clandestine Buddhism’ in Soviet Kalmykia (1958-1988) and its role in the post-Soviet Buddhist revival’. The project is funded by the Robert H. N. Ho Family Foundation in Buddhist Studies

October 2018 – April 2019: Fuerwa Daoerjiala, Inner Mongolia University
‘Torghut culture and language in Xinjiang’ & working on the Kalmyk Cultural Heritage Project

Michaelmas Term 2018

We welcome the following visiting scholars this term –

October  2017 – October 2018: Uranchimeg Ujeed
‘Mongolian Spiritual Culture including Buddhism, shamanism, popular beliefs and folklore’ Research project: ‘Becoming shamans to be healed – Self healing practices in Horchin Mongolian shamanism in contemporary China’

January 2018 – December 2019: Valeriya Gazizova, post doctoral research associate working on her project:
‘Clandestine Buddhism’ in Soviet Kalmykia (1958-1988) and its role in the post-Soviet Buddhist revival’. The project is funded by the Robert H. N. Ho Family Foundation in Buddhist Studies

September 2018 – November 2018: Munkh-Uchral Enkhtur, National University of Mongolia
‘Diversity of protest movements in Mongolia under Qing’

October 2018 – April 2019: Fuerwa Daoerjiala, Inner Mongolia University
‘Torghut culture and language in Xinjiang’ & working on the Kalmyk Cultural Heritage Project

Easter Term 2018

We welcome the following visiting scholars this term –

September  2017 – August 2018: Chen Xiangjun, South-Central University for Nationalities (SCUN), Hubei province, China
‘Nomadic Society of the Altai Steppes: Environmental and Visual Anthropology’

October  2017 – October 2018: Uranchimeg Ujeed
‘Mongolian Spiritual Culture including Buddhism, shamanism, popular beliefs and folklore’ Research project: ‘Becoming shamans to be healed – Self healing practices in Horchin Mongolian shamanism in contemporary China’

January 2018 – December 2019: Valeriya Gazizova, post doctoral research associate working on her project:
‘Clandestine Buddhism’ in Soviet Kalmykia (1958-1988) and its role in the post-Soviet Buddhist revival’. The project is funded by the Robert H. N. Ho Family Foundation in Buddhist Studies

April 2018 – June 2018: Elisa Kohl-Garrity, research associate at the Max-Planck-Institute for Social Anthropology, Germany
‘Thought and (Com)passion: The Value of Love in Political Governing and Ethical Self-formation