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Dr. Kalsang Norbu Gurung

 

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EDUCATION:

2011. Ph.D. Leiden University, Leiden Institute for Area Studies, Leiden.

2002. Advanced Master, Leiden University, Research School of Asian, African, and Amerindian Studies (CNWS), Leiden.

1999. M.A. Central University of Tibetan Studies, Varanasi.

1997. B.A. Central University of Tibetan Studies, Varanasi.

 

EMPLOYMENT:

2016 (Jan.)-now. Research Associate at Project “Katalogisierung der Orientalischen Handschriften in Deutschland (http://adw-goe.de/forschung/forschungsprojekte-akademienprogramm/kohd ), Universität Hamburg /Universität Bonn.

2012 (Oct.)-now. Research Associate at ANR-DFG funded research project “Social history of Tibetan societies” (http://www.tibetanhistory.net ) at Abt. für Mongolistik und Tibetstudien, Universität Bonn.

2011 (Apr)-2012 (Sept.). Tibetan Lektor at Abt. für Mongolistik und Tibetstudien, Universität Bonn.

2009-2010. Tibetan Language Teacher (part time) at Tibetan Art Movement, Amsterdam.

2009 (Aug.-Sept.). Research Fellow (funded by NWO), Zhang zhung script project at the International Institute for Asian Studies (IIAS), Leiden.

2005-2010. PhD research (funded by NWO and J. Gonda foundation) at Leiden University, Leiden Institute for Area Studies/CNWS and the International Institute for Asian Studies.

2003(June)-2004(Dec.) Cataloguer, Metamorfoze Project at the Library of Institute Kern, Leiden University.

1998-2001. Librarian, Bon Library at Menri Monastery in Dolanji (India).

 

PUBLICATIONS:

 

Books (edited) and Monograph

(with co-editors: M. Deroche, J. Schapiro, and S. Kumagai). Revisiting Tibetan Religion and Philosophy. Proceedings of the Second International Seminar of Young Tibetologists, Paris 2009. Revue d’Etudes Tibétaines 22 (November 2011), Paris. Reprint: Amnye Machen Institute, Dhasamsala, 2012.

(with co-editors: T. Myatt, N. Schneider, and A. Travers). Revisiting Tibetan Culture and History. Proceedings of the Second International Seminar of Young Tibetologists, Paris 2009. Revue d’Etudes Tibétaines 21 (October 2011), Paris. Reprint: Amnye Machen Institute, Dhasamsala, 2012.

(with co-editors: B. Dotson, G. Halkias, and T. Myatt). Contemporary Visions in Tibetan Studies. Proceedings of the First International Seminar of Young Tibetologists, London, 9–13 August 2007. Chicago: Serindia Publications 2009.

 

2011. The Emergence of a myth: In search of the origins of the life story of Shenrab Miwo, the founder of Bon. Ph.D. dissertation, Leiden University, 2011. https://openaccess.leidenuniv.nl/handle/1887/17677

 

Academic articles

(Forthcoming, submitted) A perspective of the dGa’ ldan pho brang’s administration of taxation. In Charles Ramble, Peter Schwieger and Alice Travers (eds) When the Taxman Cometh: Tax, Corvée and Community Obligations in Tibetan Societies. Kathmandu: Vajra Books.

(Forthcoming, submitted) The value of the Tibetan money: A study of the use of Srang in the late 19th century Tibet. In Jeannine Bischoff (ed.) Commerce and Communities - Social Status and the Exchange of Goods in Tibetan Societies (the mid-17th – the mid-20th Centuries). Berlin: Bonner Asienstudien, EB-Verlag.

(In print) Different copies of Iron-Tiger land settlement and their historical value as taxation manuals. In Saul Mullard and Jeannine Bischoff (eds) Social Regulation: Case Studies from Tibetan History, Proceedings of the 13th IATS, Ulaanbaatar, 2013. Leiden: Brill.

2014. Unsolved ‘bon’ puzzle: a survey of the classical definitions of the word 'bon'. In Tsuguhito Takeuchi, Kazushi Iwao, Ai Nishida, Seiji Kumagai, Meishi Yamamoto (eds), Current Issues and Progress in Tibetan Studies: Proceedings of the Third International Seminar of Young Tibetologists, Kobe 2012 (Journal of Research Institute, vol. 51). Kobe: Kobe City University of Foreign Studies, 2014, pp. 125-136.

2013. (with Blezer, H. and Ruth, S.) Where to Look for the Origins of Zhang zhung-related Scripts? In Nathan Hill (ed) The Journal of The International Association For Bon Research Volume 1 (Inaugural Issue, December 2013), pp. 99–174.

2013. The role of Ambans in the Dalai Lama government according to the Ten-Point Edict of 1795. In Charles Ramble, Peter Schwieger and Alice Travers (eds) Tibetans who Escaped the Historian’s Net, Studies in the Social History of Tibetan Societies. Kathmandu: Vajra Books, 2013, pp. 27–39.

2011. Bon monastic discipline and the great master Dgongs pa rab gsal. In Henk Blezer (ed) Emerging Bon: The formation of Bon Traditions in Tibet at the Turn of the First Millenium AD. Proceedings of the 11th seminar of the International Association for Tibetan Studies, Königswinter 2006. International Institute for Tibetan and Buddhist Studies GmbH, Halle, 2011, pp. 273-306.

2011. History and antiquity of the Mdo 'dus in relation to the Mdo chen po bzhi. In Henk Blezer (ed) Emerging Bon: The formation of Bon Traditions in Tibet at the Turn of the First Millenium AD. Proceedings of the 11th seminar of the International Association for Tibetan Studies, Königswinter 2006. International Institute for Tibetan and Buddhist Studies GmbH, Halle, 2011, pp. 247-272.

2011. Shenrab’s Ancestors and Family Members: Where do they come from? In M. Deroche, et al. (eds), In Revisiting Tibetan Religion and Philosophy. Proceedings of the 2nd International Seminar of Young Tibetologists, Paris 2009. Revue d’Etudes Tibétaines 22 (November 2011), Paris, pp. 1–23.

2009. The Role of Confucius in Bon Sources: Kong tse and his Attribution in the Ritual of Three-Headed Black Man. In B. Dotson, et al. (eds), In Contemporary Visions in Tibetan Studies. Proceedings of the 1st International Seminar of Young Tibetologists, London, 9–13 August 2007. Chicago: Serindia Publications, 2009, pp. 257–79.

 

Project Reports

2006. “De Ontdekking een Zeldzaam Manuscript uit de collectie van het Instituut Kern,” With co-author Dory Heilijgers. In Metamorfoze Nieuws No. 3, pp. 10-11, December 2006.

2004. “Tibetan Treasures in Leiden: Progress Report on the Metamorfoze Project,” With co-author Tharphen Lingtsang). In IIAS Newsletter No. 34, p. 25, July 2004.

 

CONFERENCE PRESENTATIONS:

2016. “Representation of power and hierarchy in the ceremonies of Tibet”, at the Inaugural Workshop of the Franco-German Project TIBSTAT, “Social Status in the Tibetan World”, Fontainebleau (France), 22–23 March 2016.

2015. “The impact of religious perspectives on construction labour in Tibet” at the seminar of History and Organisation of labour in Tibetan societies (mid-17th – mid-20th Centuries), Bonn, December 11, 2015.

2015. “Taxation in Shel dkar district: obligation, collection and administration”at the 4th seminar of the International Seminar of Young Tibetologists (ISYT), Leipzig. September 9, 2015.

2014. “The size of the Tibetan estates and their shift among estate-holders,” at the seminar of Property in Tibetan Societies: Ownership, Transfer, Confiscation, Paris, December 15, 2014.

2014. “A restricted and secret ritual of Tibet and its connection with the great fifth” at the conference: Ritual + Narrative + Kingship ÷ Tibet + Surrounding Cultural Area, 17–19 July 2014, LMU München. July 19 2014.

2014. “The value and effect of monetary system in Tibetan communities” at the seminar of Commerce and Communities - Social Status and the Exchange of Goods in Tibetan Societies (the mid-17th – the mid-20th Centuries), Bonn, May 6, 2014

2013. “The Ganden Phodrang’s administration of Taxation in Central Tibet” at the seminar of When the Taxman Cometh: Tax, Corvée and Community Obligations in Tibetan Societies, Fontainebleau (France). December 6, 2013

2013. “A statistical overview of income and tax obligation in Tibet according to the Iron-Tiger Land Settlement (1830)” at the 60th public lecture series of Die Deutsch-Tibetische Kulturgesellschaft, Bonn. October 26, 2013.

2013. “The Iron-Tiger Land Settlement” at the 13th seminar of the International Association for Tibetan Studies (IATS), Ulaanbaatar. July 23, 2013.

2013. “The role of Ambans in the Dalai Lama government according to the Ten Point Edict”, at the seminar of Recapturing the Tibetans who escaped the Historian’s Net, Bonn. May 28, 2013.

2013. “One life story for two founders.” Lecture at TibetHaus, Frankfurt. March 15, 2013.

2012. “Song Yun and the situation of Tibetan peasants and nomads”, at the seminar of Hidden Treasures from the Roof of the World: New Resources for a Social History of Tibetan Societies, Paris. October 4, 2012.

2012. “Unsolved ‘bon’ puzzle: a survey of the classical definitions of the word 'bon'”, at the 3rd International Seminar of Young Tibetologists, Kobe City University of Foreign Studies, Kobe, Japan. September 3, 2012.

2011. “One life story for two founders: Some thoughts on the origin of the Biography of Shenrab Miwo in Tibet,” at the 56th public lecture series of Die Deutsch-Tibetische Kulturgesellschaft, Bonn. November 19, 2011.

2011. “Boeddhisme in Tibet: een reis door de geschiedenis van het Tibetaans Boeddhisme,” at Tibet Weekend, De Moer, the Netherland. March 12, 2011.

2009. “Where do they come from: Expansion of Shenrab Miwo’s ancestors”, at the IIAS Fellow Symposium, Leiden. December 17, 2009.

2009. “Where do they come from: Expansion of Shenrab Miwo’s ancestors and other family members,” at the 2nd International Seminar of Young Tibetologists, Paris. September 7, 2009.

2009. “Mystery of the Myth: In search of the origin of the Bon founder, gShen rab myi bo” at the symposium “Textual Approaches to the study of Indian and Tibetan cultures” organised by the Gonda fellows affiliated with IIAS, Leiden University. April 16, 2009.

2008. (discussant) “Ritual Indigenization as a Debated Issue in Tibetan Buddhism (11th to Early 13th Centuries)” presented by Dan Martin “Seminar on Nativism”, IKO, Dusseldorf. September 12 – 14, 2008.

2008. “A comparison of the hagiography of Shenrab Miwo and the legend of the Buddha,” at the 1st International Conference on the Bon Religion, Blou. June 22– 25, 2008.

2007. “The role of Confucius in Bon sources,” at the 1st International Seminar of Young Tibetologists, SOAS London. August 13, 2007.

2006. “History and antiquity of the mDo 'dus in relation to mDo chen po bzhi,” at the 11th seminar of IATS, Königswinter. August 31, 2006.

 

INTERNATIONAL ACADEMIC MEMBERSHIP:

Since 2012. President of the International Seminar of Young Tibetologists.

2007–2012. Advisory board member of the International Seminar of Young Tibetologists.

Since 2007. Member of the International Seminar of Young Tibetologists, www.isyt.org.

Since 2006. Member of the International Association for Tibetan Studies, www.iats.info.

   
   
   
   
 
   
   
   
   
 
   
   

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