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Amdo Tibetans in transition [Texte imprimé] : society and culture in the post-Mao era : PIATS 2000 : Tibetan studies : proceedings of the Ninth Seminar of the International Association for Tibetan Studies, Leiden 2000 /

de Huber, Toni (edt.) ; Blezer, Henk. (edt.)International association for Tibetan studies (orm.). ; International association for Tibetan studies. 2000 ; Leiden, Pays-Bas). Auteur.
Collation: 1 vol. (XXIII-313 p.) : ill., couv. ill. en coul. ; 25 cm.Collection: Brill's Tibetan studies library, ISSN 1568-6183Édition: Leiden ; Boston : Brill, 2002.ISBN: 9004125965.Table des matières / Sommaire: In honour of Samten Gyaltsen Karmay / Per KvaerneA mdo and its modern transition / Toni Huber'Inventing modernity' in A mdo: views on the role of traditional tibetan culture in developing society / Lauran R. HartleyToward a Tibetan common language: A mdo perspectives on attempts at language standardisation / Marielle PrinsSexuality and identity in post-Mao A mdo / Charlene MakleyThe tulku's miserable lot: critical voices from eastern Tibet / Matthew T. KapsteinRitual revival and innovation at bird cemetery mountain / Toni HuberThe earth-ox and the snowlion / Mona SchrempfGlu and La ye in A mdo: an introduction to contemporary Tibetan folk songs / Alexandru Anton-LucaArt and life in A mdo Reb gong since 1978 / Mark StevensonThe economics of cultural production in contemporary A mdo / Susan E. CostelloModernisation efforts in Mgo log: A chronicle, 1970-2000 / Bianca HorlemanRevival of a nomadic lifestyle: a survival strategy for Dzam thang's pastoralists / Angela ManderscheidThe Tibetan school of Khri ka'i Stong che: a report on Italian development aid in A mdo / Giacomella OrofinoSujet RAMEAU: Amdowa (peuple tibétain) Actes de congrès | Amdo (Tibetan people) Sujet géographique RAMEAU: Tibet (Chine ; est) 20e siècle Actes de congrès Thématique: Société, modes de vie | Relations internationales | HistoireThématique spécifique: Réforme | Occupation chinoise | Relations Tibet Chine | Organisation sociale | 1976-2002Géographique: Amdo | Tibet nord-estType de document: OuvrageLangue du document: anglaisPays d'édition: Pays-Bas, Etats-Unis d'Amériques
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In honour of Samten Gyaltsen Karmay / Per Kvaerne A mdo and its modern transition / Toni Huber 'Inventing modernity' in A mdo: views on the role of traditional tibetan culture in developing society / Lauran R. Hartley Toward a Tibetan common language: A mdo perspectives on attempts at language standardisation / Marielle Prins Sexuality and identity in post-Mao A mdo / Charlene Makley The tulku's miserable lot: critical voices from eastern Tibet / Matthew T. Kapstein Ritual revival and innovation at bird cemetery mountain / Toni Huber The earth-ox and the snowlion / Mona Schrempf Glu and La ye in A mdo: an introduction to contemporary Tibetan folk songs / Alexandru Anton-Luca Art and life in A mdo Reb gong since 1978 / Mark Stevenson The economics of cultural production in contemporary A mdo / Susan E. Costello Modernisation efforts in Mgo log: A chronicle, 1970-2000 / Bianca Horleman Revival of a nomadic lifestyle: a survival strategy for Dzam thang's pastoralists / Angela Manderscheid The Tibetan school of Khri ka'i Stong che: a report on Italian development aid in A mdo / Giacomella Orofino

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