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1 Connections in the Making and Meaning of the Art of Bhutan and Tibet in the 17 th and 18 th Centuries: A Study of the Wall Paintings at Tango Monastery Pu Lan discusses her PhD project, which explores the 17th-century Monastery of Tango and how it illustrates the development of wall painting technology in Bhutan Pu Lan 31 Mar 2021
2 The Geluk Domestication of Tantra Brenton Sullivan presents his new book "Building a Religious Empire: Tibetan Buddhism, Bureaucracy, and the Rise of the Gelukpa" and discuss the third chapter, "Institutionalizing Tantra", in more detail Brenton Sullivan 31 Mar 2021
3 The Mongolian Kanjur - Should Tibetologists Care? Kirill Alekseev presents his latest research on the Mongolian Kanjur and its ramifications in Tibetan Studies Kirill Alekseev 16 Mar 2021
4 Fervent admiration and devotion: Exploring devotional literature in the collected works of the 3rd Dodrupchen Renée Ford's introduction to the devotional literature in the collected works of the 3rd Dodrupchen composed in admiration of his late teacher Jamyang Khyentse Wangpo. Renée Ford 02 Feb 2021
5 The Role of Prophecies in the Construction of the Geluk Tradition In this talk, Michael Ium explores the role of prophecies in the legitimation and construction of the Geluk tradition. Michael Ium 03 Dec 2020
6 Liu pin fo lou (Building of Six Classes of Sutra and Tantra), the Tibetan Buddhist pantheon in the Forbidden City Ziyi Shao takes us to the reign of the Qianlong Emperor and will show us around the Fan hua lou (Hall of Buddhist Efflorescence), one of the most complex and prominent Buddhist monuments in the Forbidden city Ziyi Shao 26 Nov 2020
7 The First Tibetan Block Print: The Khara-Khoto Collection of Precious Dhāraṇīs with the Emperor's Postscript Alla Sizova discusses the role of translation activities in the spread of Buddhism in the 12th century and outlines the extent of Tibetan influence on the Tangut culture. Alla A. Sizova 15 Oct 2020
8 Preliminary Practices: Bloody Knees, Calloused Palms and the Transformative Nature of Women’s Labor The Preliminary Practices not only initiate practitioners into a specific tradition, but also more fundamentally, into Vajrayana Buddhism as it is practiced in contemporary Tibet. Kati Fitzgerald 14 May 2020
9 A Dose of Wittgenstein Mark Siderits (Seoul National University emeritus) gives the eleventh talk in the New Madhyamaka workshop. Mark Siderits 13 Aug 2015
10 Linguistic and Philosophical Integration of Madhyamaka: Some Reflections Mattia Salvini (Mahidol University) gives the tenth talk in the New Madhyamaka workshop. Mattia Salvini 13 Aug 2015
11 Ninth talk in the New Madhyamaka workshop Parimal Patil (Harvard University), gives the ninth talk in the New Madhyamaka workshop. Parimal Patil 13 Aug 2015
12 Quantum Mechanics and Deep Interconnectness Michel Bitbol (Centre Nationale de la Recherce Scientifique, Paris), gives the eighth talk in the New Madhaymaka workshop. Michel Bitbol 13 Aug 2015
13 Perspectivalism and Madhyamaka Charles Goodman, (Binghampton University), gives the sixth talk in the New Madhyamaka workshop. Charles Goodman 13 Aug 2015
14 The Fifth Corner of Four Graham Priest, (Graduate Centre, City University of New York), gives the fourth talk in the New Madhyamaka workshop. Graham Priest 13 Aug 2015
15 Madhyamaka, Consciousness and Mental Causation Sonam Thakchoe (University of Tasmania), gives the third talk in the New Madhymaka workshop Sonam Thakchoe 13 Aug 2015
16 Modern Philosophical Tools and Classic Madhyamaka Texts Jay Garfield (Yale/National University of Singapore) gives the second talk in the New Madhyamaka workshop. Jay Garfield 13 Aug 2015
17 Introduction to the New Madhyamaka workshop Jan Westerhoff, Associate Professor of Religious Ethics at the University of Oxford, introduces The New Madhyamaka workshop. Jan Westerhoff 13 Aug 2015