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Dr. Lewis Doney, Professurvertretung Tibetstudien

 

 Akademischer Werdegang

 

  • Seit Oktober 2017 Lehrstuhlvertretung der Professur für Sprache und Kultur Zentralasiens (Schwerpunkt Tibetstudien) - Universität Bonn, IOA, Abt. für Mongolistik und Tibetstudien

 

  • 2015–2017 Research Assistant - British Museum - Projekt: Beyond Boundaries: Religion, Region, Language and the State

 

  • 2014–2015 Research Fellow - Freie Universität Berlin - Zukunftsphilologie: Revisiting the Canons of Textual Scholarship

 

  • 2011–2015 Wissenschaftlicher Mitarbeiter - Ludwig-Maximilians-Universität (LMU) München, Institut für Indologie und Tibetologie - Kingship and Religion in Tibet

 

  • 2011 Promotion Doctor of Philosophy - School of Oriental and African Studies (SOAS), University of London Externer Prüfer: Prof. F-K. Ehrhard, LMU München

 

  • 2004 Magister Artium: Study of Religions SOAS, London

 

Forschungsschwerpunkte

 

  • Geschichte des tibetischen Kulturraumes

  • Alt-tibetische Literatur und Königtum

  • Indo-tibetischer Buddhismus

 

Funktionen und Mitgliedschaften

 

  • Series Co-editor: Beyond Boundaries: Religion, Region, Language and the State, De Gruyter Verlag, Berlin

  • Co-editor: H-Buddhism

  • Co-editor: Old Tibetan Documents Online

  • Secretary General: International Seminar of Young Tibetologists

 

  • Association for Asian Studies

  • International Association of Buddhist Studies

  • International Association for Tibetan Studies

  • International Seminar of Young Tibetologists

  • SOAS Centre for Buddhist Studies

  • Société Européenne pour l’Etude des Civilisations de l’Himalaya et de l’Asie Centrale

  • UK Association for Buddhist Studies

 

Publikationen

 

Monographien

 

  • 2014: The Zangs gling ma: The First Padmasambhava Biography. Two Exemplars of its Earliest Attested Recension. Series Monumenta Tibetica Historica, abteilung 2 (Vitae), band 3. Andiast: International Institute for Tibetan and Buddhist Studies (IITBS).

In Arbeit

  • 2018: A Study of the Tibetan Aparimitāyur-nama mahāyāna-sūtras kept in the British Library (mit Brandon Dotson, in Kooperation mit Dongzhi Duojie).

 

Herausgeberschaft

 

  • 2016: Ancient Currents, New Traditions: Papers Presented at the Fourth International Seminar of Young Tibetologists. Revue d’Etudes Tibétaines 37 (mit Franz-Xaver Erhard, Jeannine Bischoff, Joerg Heimbel and Emilia Sulek).

 In Arbeit

  • 2018: History, Identity and Religious Dynamics in Tibet: The Textual Archaeology of the dBa’ bzhed Narrative. Berlin: De Gruyter.

 

Artikel

  • 2016: "A Richness of Detail: Sangs rgyas gling pa and the Padma bka’ thang." Revue d’Etudes Tibétaines 37, 69–97.
  • 2015: "Early Bodhisattva-Kingship in Tibet: The Case of Tri Sondétsen." Cahiers d’Extême-Asie 24, 29–47.
  • 2013a: "Nyang ral Nyi ma ’od zer and the Testimony of Ba." Bulletin of Tibetology 49.1, 7– 38.
  • 2013b: "Emperor, Dharmaraja, Bodhisattva? Inscriptions from the Reign of Khri Srong lde brtsan." Journal of Research Institute, Kobe City University of Foreign Studies 51, 63–84.
  • 2009: "The Prayer, the Priest and the Tsenpo: An Early Buddhist Narrative from Dunhuang"  Journal of the International Association of Buddhist Studies 30.1–2, 175–217 (mit Sam van Schaik).

 

Aufsätze

  • 2017: "Narrative Transformations: The Spiritual Friends of Khri Srong lde brtsan." In: Allinger, Eva, Frantz Grenet, Christian Jahoda, Maria-Katharina Lang, Anne Vergati (eds.) Interaction in the Himalayas and Central Asia: Processes of Transfer, Translation and Transformation in Art, Acheaology, Religion and Polity. Wien: Verlag der Österreichischen Akademie der Wissenschaften. 311–20.

 

Konferenzen und Vorträge

 

Eingeladene Vorträge

  • 2017: “Philological Insights into the Cult of Padmasambhava in Tibet” Universität Hamburg Khyentse Center Guest Lecture
  • 2016: “Indian Buddhist Kingship and Tibetan Imperial Historiography” Bristol University Theology and Religious Studies Department Research Seminar 
  • 2016: “Rupture and Revelation: Indian Themes in Early Tibetan Writings on Empire” Oxford Tibetan Graduate Students’ Seminar (TGSS)
  • 2016: “Siddham: South Asian Epigraphy in a Digital Age” EpiDoc Workshop 2016, University of London
  • 2016: “The Reflection of India in Early Tibetan Historiography: A Comparative Approach" SOAS South Asia Institute Seminar
  • 2016: “The Sense of a Beginning: Tibetan Biographical Tradition on the Indian Buddhist Master, Padmasambhava” Universität Leipzig
  • 2015: “Padmasambhava in Early Tibetan Historiography: New Research” Tibet Kolloquium, Institut für Asien- und Afrikawissenschaften and Zentralasien-Seminar, Humboldt Universität zu Berlin
  • 2015: “The “Tibetan Artist,” Identity, Religion and Politics” Art Histories and Terminologies Workshop II, Universität Heidelberg
  • 2012: “Buddhists Rewriting History: The Redaction of the sBa bzhed,”  Archaeology of a Text: Creation and Redaction of Tibetan History, Ruhr-Universität Bochum 

 

Konferenzpräsentationen

  • 2016: “Tibetan Imperial Temple Bells and the Confluence of Indic Phraseology and Chinese Technology” 7th Coffee Break Conference, “Comparisons Across Time and Space,” Leiden
  • 2016: “Singing to Imperial Gods: A Ninth-Century Buddhist Prayer from Dunhuang” 14th International Association for Tibetan Studies (IATS) Seminar, Bergen
  • 2015: “The Fourteenth-Century Re-Birth of Tibetan Historiography after the Period of Mongol Hegemony” Fourth International Société Européenne pour l’Etude des Civilisations de l’Himalaya et de l’Asie Centrale (SEECHAC) Colloquium, Heidelberg, “Religious Revivals and Artistic Renaissance in Central Asia and the Himalayan Region—Past and Present”
  • 2015: “Transforming Guru Rinpoché: Redactions and Adaptations of the First Padmasambhava Biography” Fourth International Seminar of Young Tibetologists (ISYT), Leipzig
  • 2015: “Pious Alteration in Tibetan Historiography Concerning Indian Buddhism,”  “Expressing the Ineffable in South Asian Literary Traditions,” Freie Universität, Berlin
  • 2014: “Paper, People, and Prayers: A Community of Scribes and Editors Copying the Tibetan Aparimitayurnāma Sūtra at Dunhuang” Seventeenth Congress of IABS, Wien
  • 2013: “Transforming Tibetan Kingship” Third International SEECHAC Colloquium, Wien, “Interaction in the Himalayas and Central Asia: Processes of Transfer, Translation and Transformation in Art, Archaeology, Religion and Polity from Antiqity to the Present Day” 
  • 2013: “Milarepa in the Modern World,”  “Reading Outside the Lines,” LMU Munich
  • 2013: “The First Padmasambhava Biography” SOAS conference “Padmasambhava: Different Aspects,” SOAS, London
  • 2013: “Copying the Aparimitayurnāmasūtra (AN)" 13th IATS Seminar, Ulaanbaatar
  • 2013: “Bodhisattva-kingship in Early Tibetan Historical Sources” 13th IATS Seminar, Ulaanbaatar
  • 2012: “Exile and the Kingdom in Early Tibetan Hagiographies” Oxford (Wolfson) Conference “Beyond Biography: New Perspectives on Tibetan Life-writing” 
  • 2012: “Prefiguring and Refiguring in the Inscriptions Representing Khri Srong lde brtsan” Third ISYT, Kobe

 

Leitung von Konferenzen

  • 2017 Co-convener (mit Prof. Sven Bretfeld, NTNU Trondheim) des Panels “Bell Inscriptions Across the Buddhist World,” 18th Congress of IABS, Toronto
  • 2015 Co-convener des Workshops “Expressing the Ineffable in South Asian Literary Traditions” at the Freie Universität, Berlin, from the 7th to 8th of May 2015
  • 2014 Konferenzorganisation des Fourth ISYT, Leipzig
  • 2012 Leitung der Konferenz und des Workshops “Merkmals and Mirages: Dating (Old) Tibetan Writing,” LMU München
  • 2010 Konferenzorganisation der SOAS Research Students’Society Konferenz, “Changing Lens: Visual Media and Otherness in Academic Research,” SOAS, London
     

 

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