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Ardussi, John; Epstein, Lawrence

The Saintly Madman in Tibet (.pdf)
[In "Himalayan Anthropology: The Indo-Tibetan Interface". James F. Fisher (ed.), Paris: Mouton & Co. Pp. 327-338, 1978.]

Belka, Lubos; Slobodnik, Martin

The Revival of Tibetan Buddhism in Inner Asia: A Comparative Perspective

[Asian and African Studies, Vol. 11, Number 1, 2002: pp15-36]


Epstein, Lawrence

A Comparative View of Tibetan And Western Near-Death Experiences
[In "Reflections on Tibetan Culture: Essays in Memory of T.V. Wylie". L. Epstein & R. Sherburne (eds.), Lewiston, N.Y.: Edwin Mellen. Pp. 315-28, 1990.]
Goldstein, Melvyn c.
A Study of the Ldab Ldob (.pdf)
[Central Asiatic Journal. 9(2): 125-41, 1964.]

Religious Conflict in the Traditional Tibetan State
[In "Reflections on Tibetan Culture: Essays in Memory of T.V. Wylie". L. Epstein & R. Sherburne (eds.), Lewiston, N.Y.: Edwin Mellen. Pp. 231-47, 1990.]

The Revival of Monastic Life in Drepung Monastery, Chapter 2 (.pdf)
[In "Buddhism in Contemporary Tibet: Religious Revival and Cultural Identity ". M. Goldstein & M. Kapstein (eds.), 1998.]

Tibetan Buddhism and Mass Monasticism (.doc)
[In Adeline Herrou and Gisele Krauskopff (eds.) Moines et moniales de par le monde. La vie
monastique au miroir de la parenté. Presses Universitaires de Toulouse le Mirail, publication date, 2010.]


Introduction (.pdf)

[Buddhism in Contemporary Tibet: Religious Revival & Cultural Identity. Pp. 1-15. 1998.]


Goldstein, Melvyn C.; Tsarong, Paljor

Tibetan Buddhist Monasticism: Social, Psychological & Cultural Implications (.pdf)

[The Tibet Journal. 10(1): 14-31, 1985.]

Jin, Li

Buried Past and Excavated Hope: Larung and Buddhist interactions between Tibet and China today(.pdf)

[Publisher/article information unknown.]

Kapstein, Matthew T.

A Thorn in the Dragon's Side: Tibetan Buddhist Culture in China (.pdf)
[In Governing China's Multi-Ethnic Frontier, edited by Morris Rossabi, 230-69. Seattle: University of Washington Press, 2004]

Schremp, Mona

Between Mantra and Syringe: Healing and Health Seeking Behavior in Contemporary Amdo (.pdf)
[Vincanne Adams, Mona Schremf, and Sienna Craig (eds.), Medicine Between Science and Religion - Explorations on Tibetan Grounds, London and New York: Berghahn Publications, pp. 157-184. 2010]


Lineage Doctors and the Transmission of Local Medical Knowledge and Practice in Nagchu (.pdf)
[M. Schrempf (ed.), Soundings in Tibetan Medicine. Historical and Anthropological Perspectives. (Proceedings of the 10th Seminar of the International Association for Tibetan Studies (PIATS), Oxford 2003) Leiden, Brill Academic Publishers, pp. 91-126. 2007]


Victory Banners, Social Prestige and Religious Identity - ritualized sponsorship and the revival of Bon monasticism in A-mdo Shar-khog (.pdf)
[S. G. Kamay and Y. Nagano (eds.), New Horizons in Bon Studies (Osaka, National Museum of Ethnology), pp.317-358. 2000]


From 'Devil Dance' to 'World Healing' - some representations, perceptions and innovations of contemporary Tibetan ritual dances ('cham) (.pdf)
[F. J. Korom (ed.), Tibetan Culture in the Diaspora (PIATS, Wien, Verlag der Österreichischen Akademie der Wissenschaften), pp.91-102. 1997]


Taming the Earth, Controlling the Cosmos: Transformation of Space in Tibetan Buddhist and Bon-po Ritual Dance
[T. Huber (ed.), Sacred Spaces and Powerful Places in Tibetan Culture (Dharamsala, Library of Tibetan Works and Archives), pp. 198-224.]


Schremp, Mona; Hayes, Jack

From Temple to Commodity? Tourism in Songpan and the Bon Monasteries of A'mdo Shar khog
[Samten Karmay and Donatella Rossi (eds.), Bon: the Everlasting Religion of Tibet. Tibetan Studies in Honour of Professor David L. Snellgrove, East and West (IsIAO) 59 (1-4): 285-312.]


Turek, Magdalena Maria

"In This Body and Life" The Religious and Social Significance of Hermits and Hermitages in Eastern Tibet Today and During Recent History
[PhD dissertation. Universität zu Berlin, 22.01.2013.]


Monique Jacqueline van Lochem

Children of Sera Je: The life of children in a Tibetan Buddhist monastery and their opinion about that life. (.pdf)

[MA Thesis, Department of Cultural Anthropology, Leiden University, The Netherlands, March 2004.]