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Author : Nangchukja
Publisher : ASIAN HIGHLANDS PERSPECTIVES
Release : 2011-08-30
Page : 252
Category : Biography & Autobiography
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This book provides an autobiographical account of life on the northeastern Tibetan Plateau in the late twentieth and early twenty-first centuries. Nagchukja's account takes the reader from his childhood in a resettled agro-pastoral community to his adulthood as a community grass-roots development worker.


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Author : Nangchukja
Publisher : ASIAN HIGHLANDS PERSPECTIVES
Release : 2011-09-09
Page : 252
Category : Social Science
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This book provides an autobiographical account of life on the northeastern Tibetan Plateau in the late twentieth and early twenty-first centuries. Nagchukja's account takes the reader from his childhood in a resettled agro-pastoral community to his adulthood as a community grass-roots development worker.


Author : Libu Lakhi
Tsering Bum
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CONTENTS Acknowledgements <6> Language Consultants <7-8> Preface (James A Matisoff) <9-11> Maternal Grandfather <12> Libu Lakhi's Family <12> Education <12-18> Part One: Libu Lakhi <12-18> o Village Primary School <12-13> o Township Primary School <13> o Middle School <13-14> o Sichuan Tibetan Language School <14-15> o Caring for Uncle Denzin <15-17> o Success at School <17-18> Part Two: Introduction <19-66> The na53 mʑi53 People <19-21> Ethnonyms <21> na53 mʑi53 Origins <21-22> The na53 mʑi53 Language <22-24> dʐə11 qu11 Village na53 mʑi53 Clans <24-25> Clothing <25> na53 mʑi53 Religion <25-31> o ɕi53 vi53 <25> o pʰa53 tsə53 <26> o An Exorcism Ritual <27-31> Funerals <31-34> The New Year in dʐə11 qu11 Village <34-46> o New Year Rules <34> o kʰv44 ʂə55 a11 pʰu44 a44 v55 (New Year Ancestors) <34-35> o Shopping <35-36> o The Twenty-sixth Day of the Twelfth Lunar Month: qʰo44 ʂa55 nga53 <36-38> o The Twenty-seventh Day of the Twelfth Lunar Month: Slaughtering Pigs <38-40> o The Twenty-eighth day of the Twelfth Lunar Month: Making the sa44 nda55 <40> o The Twenty-ninth Day of the Twelfth Lunar Month: Making Sausages <40> o The Thirtieth Day of the Twelfth Lunar Month: kʰv44 ʂə55 (New Year) <40-42> o The First Day of the First Lunar Month: Eating ȵo53 bo11 ly44 ly11 <43-44> o The Second Day of the First Lunar Month: ȵo53 ʐo11 <44> o The Third Day of the First Lunar Month: Eating ȵo44 fu53 <44-45> o The Third to the Fifteenth Days of the First Lunar Month: Visiting <45-46> na53 mʑi53 Engagement and Marriage <47-61> o Libu Lakhi's Engagement <47-51> o Sanjin's Arranged Marriage <51-61> Monster tsʰo11 ro44 mi11 <62> Research in Xichang and Mianning <62-66> Myths <67-165> Part Three: Texts <67-310> o Sky-ȵa11 gu44 mi11 and Human-Son lɛ11 ʁu44 ru11 (lu11 tʙu53 a53 zo44) <67-152> o Family Clan (mbʐə44 m55) <153-165> People of Power <166-219> o The Hero a53 pʰi53 ræ53 ɴɢæ53 (li44 ʙu55 ʂə11 pə53) <166-194> o Religious Specialist li44 ʙu55 ta11 ndi11 (li44 ʙu55 ʂə11 pə53) <195-219> Monsters and Human Relationships <220-310> o The Seven Daughters (a44 ma55 do53 dʐə53) <220-276> o The Puppy (li44 ʙu55 ʂə11 pə53) <277-310>


Author : Various
Publisher : ASIAN HIGHLANDS PERSPECTIVES
Release : 2014-12-30
Page : 285
Category : Social Science
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This volume features research articles on Tibetan marmot hunting, Tibetan use of camels, Sinophone Tibetan author Alai, and yurt production and use, complimented by three short stories and seven book reviews. Asian Highlands Perspectives 35 (000-285)Author(s): Various(Full Text)Yurts in Be si chung, A Pastoral Community in A mdo: Form, Construction, Types, and Rituals (001-048)Author(s): Lha mo sgrol ma, and Gerald Roche(Full Text)Tibetan Marmot Hunting (049-074)Author(s): Sangs rgyas bkra shis, and C. K. Stuart(Full Text)A Complex Identity: Red Color-Coding in Alai's Red Poppies (075-101)Author(s): Draggeim, Alexandra(Full Text)Tibetans, Camels, Yurts, and Singing to the Salt Goddesses: An A mdo Elder Reflects on Local Culture (103-124)Author(s): Wenchangjia, and C. K. Stuart(Full Text)A Small Piece of Turquoise (127-141)Author(s): Nyima Gyamtsan(Full Text)Under the Shadow: A Story (143-158)Author(s): Huatse Gyal(Full Text)An Abandoned Mountain Deity (159-193)Author(s): Limusishiden(Full Text)Review Essay: Comparative Borderlands Across Disciplines and Across Southeast Asia (197-217)Author(s): Noseworthy, William B.(Full Text)Review: A Century of Protests (219-225)Author(s): Chandra, Uday(Full Text)Review: Empire and Identity in Guizhou (227-236)Author(s): Luo, Yu(Full Text)Review: Monastic and Lay Traditions in North-Eastern Tibet (237-242)Author(s): Weiner, Benno(Full Text)Review: Re-Constructed Ancestors and the Lahu Minority in Southwest China (243-253)Author(s): Du, Shanshan(Full Text)Review: Tales of Kha ba dkar po (255-274)Author(s): Zhang, Jundan(Jasmine)(Full Text)Review: Tibet Wild (275-285)Author(s): Bleisch, William V.(Full Text)


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Release : 2016-02-11
Page : 382
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· Amdo Tibetan Tongue Twisters (7-51) by Blo rtan rdo rje, Charles Kevin Stuart, and Gerald Roche · An Amdo Tibetan Village New Year Trance Medium Ritual (53-64) by Dpal ldan bkra shis and Charles Kevin Stuart · Calling Back the Lost Namuyi Tibetan Soul (65-115) by Libu Lakhi, Charles Kevin Stuart, and Gerald Roche · Dying Hunters, Poison Plants, and Mute Slaves-Nature and Tradition in Contemporary Nuosu Yi Poetry (117-158) by Mark Bender · The Ersu Shaba Pictographic Writing System (159-186) by Sun Hongkai · The Fourth Belmang-Bodhisattva, Estate Lord, Tibetan Militia Leader, and Chinese Government Official (187-211) by Paul Nietupski · The Horse With Two Saddles-Tamxhwe in Modern Golok (213-235) by Fernanda Pirie · Seating, Money, and Food at an Amdo Village Funeral (237-294) by Rin chen rdo rje and Charles Kevin Stuart · The Sengze Village Mani (295-312) by Dkon mchog dge lugs and Charles Kevin Stuart · Tibetan Life and Tibetological Discourse-Differences and Recommendations (313-329) by Roche, Gerald, Nag tshang grub rgyal, and Mtsho mo skyid · A Response to Ways and the Syntax of Noun Phrases in Qinghai Chinese Dialects (331-347) by Keith Dede · Lazi (Lab rtse) Construction in Karmatang (Skar ma thang) Village (349-366) by Tshe mdo · Review-Wutun (367-371) by Keith Slater · Story-God Door (373-382) by Tshe dpag rnam rgyal


Author : Libu Lakhi
Tsering Bum
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This remarkable book is the product of a fruitful collaboration among a native speaker of the Namuyi language, Tibetan and Chinese consultants, and a dedicated group of Westerners resident in China. It affords the reader an intimate glimpse into traditional Namuyi, now well on its way to disappearing along with hundreds of similar minority cultures in the world. The authors of this book are to be congratulated for putting Namuyi language and culture 'on the map' in such a clear and respectful fashion. James A Matisoff CONTENTS Acknowledgements <6> Language Consultants <7-8> Preface (James A Matisoff) <9-11> Maternal Grandfather <12> Libu Lakhi's Family <12> Education <12-18> Part One: Libu Lakhi <12-18> o Village Primary School <12-13> o Township Primary School <13> o Middle School <13-14> o Sichuan Tibetan Language School <14-15> o Caring for Uncle Denzin <15-17> o Success at School <17-18> Part Two: Introduction <19-66> The na53 mʑi53 People <19-21> Ethnonyms <21> na53 mʑi53 Origins <21-22> The na53 mʑi53 Language <22-24> dʐə11 qu11 Village na53 mʑi53 Clans <24-25> Clothing <25> na53 mʑi53 Religion <25-31> o ɕi53 vi53 <25> o pʰa53 tsə53 <26> o An Exorcism Ritual <27-31> Funerals <31-34> The New Year in dʐə11 qu11 Village <34-46> o New Year Rules <34> o kʰv44 ʂə55 a11 pʰu44 a44 v55 (New Year Ancestors) <34-35> o Shopping <35-36> o The Twenty-sixth Day of the Twelfth Lunar Month: qʰo44 ʂa55 nga53 <36-38> o The Twenty-seventh Day of the Twelfth Lunar Month: Slaughtering Pigs <38-40> o The Twenty-eighth day of the Twelfth Lunar Month: Making the sa44 nda55 <40> o The Twenty-ninth Day of the Twelfth Lunar Month: Making Sausages <40> o The Thirtieth Day of the Twelfth Lunar Month: kʰv44 ʂə55 (New Year) <40-42> o The First Day of the First Lunar Month: Eating ȵo53 bo11 ly44 ly11 <43-44> o The Second Day of the First Lunar Month: ȵo53 ʐo11 <44> o The Third Day of the First Lunar Month: Eating ȵo44 fu53 <44-45> o The Third to the Fifteenth Days of the First Lunar Month: Visiting <45-46> na53 mʑi53 Engagement and Marriage <47-61> o Libu Lakhi's Engagement <47-51> o Sanjin's Arranged Marriage <51-61> Monster tsʰo11 ro44 mi11 <62> Research in Xichang and Mianning <62-66> Myths <67-165> Part Three: Texts <67-310> o Sky-ȵa11 gu44 mi11 and Human-Son lɛ11 ʁu44 ru11 (lu11 tʙu53 a53 zo44) <67-152> o Family Clan (mbʐə44 m55) <153-165> People of Power <166-219> o The Hero a53 pʰi53 ræ53 ɴɢæ53 (li44 ʙu55 ʂə11 pə53) <166-194> o Religious Specialist li44 ʙu55 ta11 ndi11 (li44 ʙu55 ʂə11 pə53) <195-219> Monsters and Human Relationships <220-310> o The Seven Daughters (a44 ma55 do53 dʐə53) <220-276> o The Puppy (li44 ʙu55 ʂə11 pə53) <277-310>


Author : Sñiṅ-bo-rgyal
R. Solomon Rino
Publisher : ASIAN HIGHLANDS PERSPECTIVES
Release : 2008
Page : 251
Category : Social Science
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This is a comprehensive and extremely informed study of the changing social context and religious lives of lha pa, 'deity or god men,' in Qinghai Province, China. Snying bo rgyal and Rino's account of these Tibetan trance mediums who become possessed by mountain deities succeeds in both honoring the past through a detailed description of their practice while acknowledging the increasing challenges to these traditions


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INTRODUCTION: MAPPING THE MONGUOR Gerald Roche and CK Stuart CONTENTS THE MONGUOR THE ORIGIN OF THE MONGUOR Cui Yongzhong, Zhang Dezu, and Du Changshun; translated by Keith Dede THE FOURTH QINGHAI PROVINCIAL TU (MONGUOR) LITERATURE FORUM Limusishiden and Ha Mingzong DULUUN LUNKUANG 'THE SEVEN VALLEYS' MAP OF THE DULUUN LUNKUANG HEALTH AND ILLNESS AMONG THE MONGGHUL Limusishiden A MONGGHUL COMMUNAL RITUAL: DIINQUARI Limusishiden and CK Stuart MONASTIC CUSTOMARIES AND THE PROMOTION OF DGE LUGS SCHOLASTICISM IN A MDO AND BEYOND Brenton Sullivan BILINGUALISM IN SONG: THE RABBIT SONG OF THE FULAAN NARA HUZHU MONGGHUL Qi Huimin and Burgel RM Levy SANCHUAN 'THE THREE VALLEYS' MAP OF SANCHUAN A FAITHFUL SERVANT, SAMT'ANDJIMBA (1816-1900) Valère Rondelez; translated by Xénia de Heering ON THE SHIRONGOLS Grigorij Potanin; translated by Juha Janhunen with assistance from Wen Xiangcheng and Zhu Yongzhong MANGGHUER FOLKTALES AND HISTORICAL NARRATIVES Grigori Potanin; translated by Xénia de Heering MANGGHUER EMBROIDERY: A VANISHING TRADITION Aila Pullinen KHRE TSE BZHI 'THE FOUR ESTATES' MAP OF THE KHRE TSE BZHI THE ORIGIN OF GNYAN THOG VILLAGE AND THE HISTORY OF ITS CHIEFTAINS Blo bzang snyan grags; translated by Lcags mo tshe ring RKA GSAR, A MONGUOR (TU) VILLAGE IN REB GONG (TONGREN): COMMUNAL RITUALS AND EVERYDAY LIFE Tshe ring skyid AN INTRODUCTION TO RGYA TSHANG MA, A MONGUOR (TU) VILLAGE IN REB GONG (TONGREN) Tshe ring skyid REFERENCES SELECTED NON-ENGLISH TERMS INDEX


Author : Ian G Baird
Dpa' mo skyid
Publisher : ASIAN HIGHLANDS PERSPECTIVES
Release : 2013-03-26
Page : 449
Category : Social Science
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AHP's 2013 annual collection contains 5 original research articles, 7 new pieces of fiction, & 20 reviews of recent books. ARTICLES Ian G Baird-Shifting Contexts & Performances: The Brao-Kavet & Their Sacred Mountains in Northeast Cambodia Dpa' mo skyid-The 'Descent of Blessings': Ecstasy & Revival among the Tibetan Bon Communities of Reb gong Gerong Pincuo & Henrëtte Daudey-Too Much Loving-kindness to Repay: Funeral Speeches of the Wenquan Pumi Wang Shiyong-Towards a Localized Development Approach for Tibetan Areas in China. William Noseworthy-The Cham's First Highland Sovereign-Po Romé (r. 1627-1651) FICTION Bsod nams 'gyur med-Folktales from Gcig sgril Lhundrom-Longing for Snow-covered Peaks: Deity Possession in the Philippines Thub bstan-Elopement Ba Lobsang Gonbo-Love in Shambala Pad+ma skyabs-The Price of a Thesis Pad ma rin chen-Scattered Memories of a Misspent Youth & Conflict REVIEWS Review - Scripture of the Ten Kings (305-313) Nietupski, Paul Review - Tibet: A History (315-317) Vargas-O'Bryan, Ivette Review - Mongolian Language Scholarship on the Mongols of the Gansu-Qinghai Region (319-327) Balogh, Mátyás Review - China's Environmental Challenges (329-338) Bleisch, Bill Review - Le bergers du Fort Noir (339-341) Buffetrille, Katia Review - Islam and Tibet (343-347) Chaudhry, Faisal Review - The Art of Not Being Governed (349-355) Grant, Andrew Review - Recent Research on Ladakh (357-361) Singh, Binod Review - Revisiting Rituals in a Changing Tibetan World (363-369) Kilby, Christina Review - Japanese-Mongolian Relations (371-373) Reid, Anja Review - China's 'Tibetan' Frontiers (375-380) Weiner, Benno Review - Drokpa (381-385) Beebe, Ligaya Review - Transforming Nomadic Resource Management and Livelihood Strategies (387-392) Winkler, Daniel Review - Explorers and Scientists in China's Borderlands (393-396) Rohlf, Gregory Review - Origins and Migrations in the Extended Eastern Himalayas (397-403) Hayes, Jack Review - The Sherthukpens of Arunachal Pradesh (405-411) Weedall, Christopher Review - Critical Han Studies (413-417) Ye, Zhiguo Review - Trade and Society along the Ancient Silk Road (419-422) Sengar, Bina Review - Emerging Bon (423-449) Zeisler, Bettina Free download of entire volume here http://www.plateauculture.org/writing/ahp-28-entire-volume At-cost hardcover:http://www.lulu.com/shop/various/ahp-28/hardcover/product-21362829.html


Author : various
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Release : 2016-02-09
Page : 550
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Volume 40 features research articles on Tibetan mountain deities, Mongghul ritual, material culture in Ladakh, Tibetan ritual practitioners, Tibetan naming practices, and lifestyle migration in Dali. The volume also has two folklore contributions and twenty-one book reviews. Editor's Note Articles Tsering Bum. "THE CHANGING ROLES OF TIBETAN MOUNTAIN DEITIES IN THE CONTEXT OF EMERGING ENVIRONMENTAL ISSUES: DKAR PO LHA BSHAM IN YUL SHUL" Limusishiden (Li Dechun) and Gerald Roche. "SOCIALIZING WITH GODS IN THE MONGGHULBOG RITUAL" Jacqueline H. Fewes and Abdul Nasir Khan. "MANUSCRIPTS, MATERIAL CULTURE, AND EPHEMERA OF THE SILK ROUTE: ARTIFACTS OF EARLY TWENTIETH CENTURY LADAKHITRADE BETWEEN CENTRAL AND SOUTH ASIA" Libu Lakhi (Li Jianfu). "NAMUYI TIBETAN pha54 tsә54 RITUALS AND ORAL CHANTS" Duojiezhaxi (Dorje Tashi, Rdo rje bkra shis) and CK Stuart. "A MDO TIBETAN NAMING PRACTICES AND NAME POPULARITY" Gary Sigley. "THE MOUNTAIN CHANGERS: LIFESTYLE MIGRATION IN SOUTHWEST CHINA" Folklore Timothy Thurston and Caixiangduojie. "An A mdo Tibetan Wedding Speech from Ne'u na Village" Bkra shis bzang po. "Oral Narratives from Bang smad: Deities, Demons, Bla ma, and Leaders Reviews Bettina Zeisler. Mountains, Monasteries, and Mosques Barbara Gerke. The Social Life of Tibetan Biography Francesca Fiaschetti. China's Encounters on the South and Southwest Francesca Fiaschetti. Inner Asia, and the Spatial Politics of Empire: Archaeology, Mobility, and Culture Contact M. Alyson Prude. Pilgrim of the Clear Light Sienna Craig. At Home in the World Tristan G. Brown. China From Empire to Nation-State Robert Entenmann. In the Land of the Eastern Queendom: The Politics of Gender and Ethnicity on the Sino-Tibetan Frontier. Jonathan Z. Ludwig The Emperor Far Away: Travels at the Edge of China Jonathan Z. Ludwig. India-China Borderlands: Conversations Beyond the Centre Tricia Kehoe. Ethnicity in China; A Critical Introduction Hilary Howes. Towards Sustainable Use of Rangelands in North-West China Lei Duan. War Finance and Logistics in Late Imperial China Magnus Fiskesjö. Chieftains into Ancestors Nikolas Broy. The Origins of Religious Violence Kali Cape. Eminent Buddhist Women Andrew Nelson. The Brave New World of Ethnicity in Nepal Christine Murphy. The Unbearable Dreamworld of Champa the Driver Enrico Beltramini. Healing Traditions of the Northwestern Himalayas and Being Human in a Buddhist World Katia Buffetrille. Mapping Shangrila Christine Murphy. Tibetan Folktales (World Folklore Series)


Author : Chos bstan rgyal
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Release : 2014-03-19
Page : 212
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This book focuses on the traditional ecological knowledge of Tibetan pastoralists in Smug po, a community on the northeast Tibetan Plateau. Following an introduction to the community, its territory, history, and other salient features, local pastoral production and the annual pastoral cycle are described. Remaining chapters deal with the naming, breeding, and management of livestock; wildlife; grassland plants; pasture management; weather prediction; rituals to ensure good fortune; and the treatment of livestock illnesses. Includes two maps, fifteen tables, sixty-six figures, a list of non-English terms with original orthography, and an index.


Author : Kar+ma don 'grub
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Release : 2013-03-22
Page : 105
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Karma Donrub's (Kar+ma don 'grub) life begins on the boundless Tibetan grassland in 1983 in Yushu (Yul shul) Tibetan Autonomous Prefecture, Qinghai (Mtsho sgnon) Province. Living in a black yak hair tent, Karma Dondrub begins tending his family's yak calves as soon as he can walk, in a grassland so barren that he is startled upon first seeing a tree at the age of eight. Charlatan livestock-stealing monks, anthrax, death, birth, happiness, and encounters with modern education create a powerful, unparalleled account of Tibetan nomad childhood in the late twentieth century - a way of life that will soon be forever gone.


Author : Zla-ba-sgrol-ma
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The text and more than one hundred full-page color plates document Tibetan folk music (particularly work songs), and local life in the Sman shod Valley, Sde dge County, Dkar mdzes Tibetan Autonomous Prefecture, Sichuan Province, China. Bo nyed, a local elder, describes the situation that motivated this timely documentation, "In the past we sang constantly, but now people don't sing no matter where they are or what they are doing. Now everyone is silent." The text includes richly contextualized and annotated transcriptions of the songs' Tibetan lyrics with English translations. Audio materials related to this publication can be found at: http://www.oralliterature.org/collections/zlaba001.html


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Author : Rin-chen-rdo-rje
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"I was born in a pastoral family in the autumn of 1986, in Rongrima Village, Hongyuan County, Ngawa Tibetan and Qiang Autonomous Prefecture, Sichuan Province, PR China. When I was a child, my family lived in a 'four-column' wood house made using four poles placed in a rectangular configuration in the center of the home. Four shorter poles were behind the central columns. Four-pillar wood houses had flat roofs with several compartments, and had a skylight in the center that allowed light into the home and allowed smoke from the hearth to escape. We lived in our wood house from November to April. As flowers began to bud and calves were born, we took out our black yak-hair tent and pitched it, which announced that we would soon start moving to our camp on the open grassland where we would stay through spring, summer, and autumn."


Author : Sangs rgyas bkra shis
Qi Huimin
Publisher : ASIAN HIGHLANDS PERSPECTIVES
Release : 2015-12-31
Page : 158
Category : Music
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Sangs rgyas bkra shis describes singing in a pastoral community in Mtsho sngon Province, China. Performances at weddings, family gatherings, neighborhood gatherings, and on the grassland while herding are richly contextualized. Musical instruments, what it means to be a singer, the worries of singing publicly, the introduction of electricity and cell phones and their impact on singing, singing competitions, generational preference for song types, recent prohibitions on alcohol consumption, and access to social media are examined. Musical notation, oral and literary texts, and English translation are given. Sang rgyas bkra shis’ BEING ANYTHING AND GOING ANYWHERE is a rich, vivid, and immensely informative account of songs and singing in Amdo. Written from personal experience but with a rigorous coverage and excellent illustration of music, texts, and contexts, this book is the next best thing to actually visiting Gcan tsha County. A beautiful and invaluable resource.--Anna Morcom, University of London


Author : Rebecca Clothey
Rta mgrin bkra shis
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· A Space for the Possible: Globalization and English Language Learning for Tibetan Students in China (007-032) by Clothey, Rebecca, and Elena McKinlay · An A mdo Tibetan Pastoralist Family's Lo sar in Stong skor Village by Thurston, Timothy, and Tsering Samdrup · Hail Prevention Rituals and Ritual Practitioners in Northeast Amdo (071-111) by Rdo rje don grub · Pyramid Schemes on the Tibetan Plateau (113-140) by Gonier, Devin, and Rgyal yum sgrol ma · Tibetans and Muslims in Northwest China: Economic and Political Aspects of a Complex Historical Relationship (141-186) by Horlemann, Bianca · Sacred Dairies, Dairymen, and Buffaloes of the Nilgiri Mountains in South India (187-256) by Walker, Anthony · An A mdo Family's Income and Expenditure in 2011 (257-283) by Rdo rje bkra shis, Rta mgrin bkra shis, and Charles Kevin Stuart · Architecture in The bo, 'Brug chu, and Co ne Counties, Gannan Tibetan Autonomous Prefecture, Gansu (285-333) by Chos dbying rdo rje · Change, Reputation, and Hair: A Female Rite of Passage in Mtha' ba Village (335-364) by Blo bzang tshe ring, Don 'grub sgrol ma, Gerald Roche, and Charles Kevin Stuart · A College Student (367-386) by 'Phrin las nyi ma · Set Free by Tragedy (387-395) by G.yang mtsho skyid · Who is to Blame? (397-408) by Klu rgyal 'bum · Young Love (409-419) by Bkra shis rab rten · Silent as a Winter Cuckoo (421-426) by Pad+ma dbang chen · QQ Destiny (427-434) by Pad+ma dbang chen · Review - China's Last Imperial Frontier and The Sichuan Frontier and Tibet (437-442) by Entenmann, Robert · Review - Harnessing Fortune (443-448) by Fischler, Lisa C. · Review - Inter-Ethnic Dynamics in Asia (449-453) by Ramirez, Philippe · Review - Spirits of the Place (455-459) by Noseworthy, William B. · Review - Moving Mountains (461-469) by Noseworthy, William B. · Review - The Complete Works of Zhuang Xueben (471-476) by Holmes-Tagchungdarpa, Amy · Review - Religious Revival in the Tibetan Borderlands (477-480) by Wang, Bo · Review - The Sun Rises (481-485 ) by Bender, Mark · Review - Tibetan Buddhists in the Making of Modern China (Chinese Edition) (487-495) by Yu, Dan Smyer, and Zomkyid Drolma · Review - Labrang Monastery (497-500) by Robinson, Christina Kilby · Asian Highlands Perspectives 21 - All Papers (001-500) by Various


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