Lecture | Sino-Tibetan Buddhist Encounters in the People’s Republic of China, Khenpo Tsultrim Lodro

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Beyond the Heterotrophic in the Sino-Tibetan Language Relationship: Tibeto-Altaic Grammatical Drift Theory and Other Advances in Tibetan Linguistics

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Yeshe Vodgsal Atshogs
Professor of Linguistics, Nankai University

Thursday, February 9, 2017

2:30pm-4:00pm

Sigur Center 5F Seminar Room

Elliott School of International Affairs

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The Road to Songtsam: A Social Philosophy of Entrepreneurship in Tibet

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Tibetan entrepreneur Pema Dorje at George Washington University

On January 26, 2017, the GW Tibet Governance Project hosted leading Tibetan entrepreneur, Pema Dorje (Baima Duojie), for his first public lecture outside the P.R.C.

In his talk, “The Road to Songtsam:  A Social Philosophy of Entrepreneurship in Tibet,” Pema Dorje gave an account of the unconventional life path that took him from film production at CCTV in Beijing to founding Songtsam — his award-winning string of boutique Tibetan hotels inspired by the culture and civilization of Tibet.

Songtsam hotels have been recognized globally for setting a new standard for craftsmanship and quality for boutique hotels across the People’s Republic of China. Read the rest of this entry »


Film Screening + Lecture by Conservationist Tashi Sangpo

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Beyond Borders for the Blind: Context in Tibet Today

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The Politics and Development of Tibet through the Lens of Popular Music

Dr. Anna Morcom

Professor of Ethnomusicology, Royal Holloway, University of London.

Wednesday, November 9, 2016

4:00pm-5:30pm

RHUL, Event, staff awardsAnna Morcom’s work focuses on Indian and Tibetan music and dance from a variety of perspectives including politics, nationalism, modern history, media, gender, and economy and development. She has written three books: Unity and discord: Music and politics in contemporary Tibet (2004, Tibet Information Network); Hindi film songs and the cinema (2007, Ashgate); and Illicit worlds of Indian dance: Cultures of exclusion (2013, C. Hurst and Co; OUP New York); Illicit worlds of Indian dance was awarded the Alan Merriam prize of the Society for Ethnomusicology (SEM) and the Marcia Herndon prize of the Gender and Sexualities section of SEM. Her current research is focused on the economic anthropology and history of music, and her interests on music in Tibet and exile Tibet, Indian film music, and the sociology of Indian performing arts continue. She is Professor of Ethnomusicology in the Music Department at Royal Holloway, University of London.


Dr. Thupten Jinpa delivers 2016 Ziffren University Lecture at the Elliott School of International Affairs

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