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Jeannine Bischoff, M.A.








Jeannine Bischoff, M.A.


Education

  • 10/2011 – present Doctorate Student at the University of Bonn in the structured doctorate programme “Bonn International Graduate Schools – Oriental and Asian Studies (BIGS-OAS)”
  • 10/2008 – 03/2011 Master of Arts ‘Geschichte und Kultur der Region China, Mongolei, Tibet’ at the University of Bonn (History and Culture of the region China, Mongolia, Tibet)
  • 09/2007 – 07/2008 Study abroad at Tibet University, Lhasa.
  • 10/2005 – 07/2008 Bachelor of Arts ‘Asienwissenschaften’ at the University of Bonn (Asian Studies)

 

Employment

  • 02/2018 - present: Scientific Coordinator of the "Bonn Center for Dependency and Slavery Studies", University of Bonn (https://www.dependency.uni-bonn.de/en?set_language=en)
  • 12/2015 - 02/2017: Assistant Professor (Wissenschaftlicher Mitarbeiter) for the B.A. and M.A. “Asian Studies” at the Institute for Oriental and Asian Studies, University of Bonn
  • 03/2015 - 12/2015: Coordinator of the structured PhD programme “Bonn International Graduate Schools – Oriental and Asian Studies (BIGS-OAS)” of the Institute for Oriental and Asian Studies (IOA), University of Bonn
  • 03/2012 – 02/2015: Research fellow in the Binational Research Project ‘Social History of Tibetan Societies’ (ANR/DFG). http://www.tibetanhistory.net/
  • 04/2009 – 09/2010: Student Staff at the Library of the Department for Mongolian and Tibetan Studies, University of Bonn
  • 10/2008 – 03/2009: Tutor for students of History of Asia within the study programme Bachelor of Arts ‘Asian Studies’, Institute for Oriental and Asian Studies, University of Bonn

 

Publications


Articles and book sections

  • Bischoff, J. 2017. [D]rawing a Straight Cord on the Bow of History: Zum Geschichtsbewusstsein des Fünften Dalai Lama in „seiner“ Geschichte Tibets. In S. Conermann (ed) Wozu Geschichte? Historisches Denken in vormodernen historiographischen Texten. Ein transkultureller Vergleich. Berlin: EB-Verlag, 195-235.
  • Bischoff, J. 2017. Sklaverei auf dem Dach der Welt? Zur Anwendbarkeit des Begriffes auf tibetische Bauern und Viehzüchter. Dhau. Jahrbuch für außereuropäische Geschichte 2, 113–133.

  • Bischoff, J., B.-M. Gruber, A. Düvelmeyer and R. Kaschewsky. 2016. Das Leben des Byams-chen chos-rje und die Entwicklung des Klosters Se-ra. ZAS 45, 591–650.
  • Erhardt, F.X, J. Bischoff et. al. 2016. Preface: Ancient Currents, New Traditions. In F.X. Erhardt, J. Bischoff et.al. (eds.) Ancient Currents, New Traditions: Papers Presented at the Fourth International Seminar of Young Tibetologists. RET 37, V–VII.
  • Bischoff, J. and S. Mullard. 2016. Introduction. In Bischoff, J. and S. Mullard (eds.) Social Regulation: Case Studies from Tibetan History. Leiden: Brill, 1–9.
  • Bischoff J. 2016. ‘Completely, Voluntarily and Unalterably?’ – Values and Social Regulation among Central Tibetan mi ser during the dGa’ ldan pho brang – period. In Bischoff, J. and S. Mullard (eds.). Social Regulation: Case Studies from Tibetan History. Leiden: Brill, 151–180.
  • Bischoff, J. 2013. Right there but still unnoticed. Information on dGa’ ldan pho brang mi ser from Archival Material published in German(y). In Ramble, Ch., P. Schwieger and A. Travers (eds.). Tibetans who escaped the Historian’s Net. Studies in the Social History of Tibetan Societies. Kathmandu: Vajra Books, 9–26.

 

Collected Volumes

  • With A. Travers. 2018. Commerce and Communities – Social and Political Status  and the Exchange of Goods in Tibetan Societies (Mid 17th to mid 20th centuries). Berlin: EB-Verlag.

  •  With F.X. Erhardt, L. Doney, J.  Heimbel and E. Sulek (eds.) 2016. Ancient Currents, New Traditions: Papers Presented at the Fourth International Seminar of Young Tibetologists. Paris: RET 37.

  • Bischoff, J. and S. Mullard (eds.) 2016. Social Regulation: Case Studies from Tibetan History. Leiden: Brill
  • Bischoff, J., P. Maurer and C. Ramble. Forthcoming 2018. On a Day of a Month of the Fire Bird Year. Festschrift for Peter Schwieger on Occasion of his 65th birthday. Lumbini: LIR.

 

Reviews

  • 2015 Bischoff J. Rezension von: Olaf Czaja: Medieval Rule in Tibet. The Rlangs Clan and the Political and Religious History of the Ruling House of Phag mo gru pa. Wien: Verlag der Österreichischen Akademie der Wissenschaften. ZAS 44, 221-225.
  • 2012. Bischoff, J. Rezension von: Sam van Schaik: Tibet. A History, New Haven / London: Yale University Press 2011, in: sehepunkte 12 (2012), Nr. 7/8 [15.07.2012], URL: http://www.sehepunkte.de/2012/07/22007.html


Grants received

  • 11/2015 Research Stay Grant, IPID4all (International Promovieren in Deutschland for all) by DAAD, Paris, November 3–16, 2015.
  • 10/2008 – 07/2010 Tuition Fee Grant by International Institute of Tibetan and Buddhist Studies
  • 07/2011 –09/2011 Interim Grant by Maria von Linden – Research Programme of the Equal Opportunity Commisioner of the University of Bonn
  • 08/2012 Travel Grant by the German Academic Exchange Service (DAAD) to attend the Third International Seminar of Young Tibetologists, held in Kobe, Japan, September 3–7, 2012

 

Presentations

  • 12/2016 “How to acquire estates — The case of Kundeling monastery”, held at the Research Seminar in Tibetan and Himalayan Studies (TibHim), Department of Culture Studies and Oriental Languages, University of Oslo, 15 December 2016.
  • 11/2016 “Passing on dependency among Central Tibetan mi ser”, held at the Workshop “Emblems and Representations of Social Status in Tibetan Societies,“ 24–25 November 2016, Paris.
     
  • 10/2016 “Abhängig über den Tod hinaus? Abgaben im Todesfall in Tibet vor 1959”, Tibet und Himalaya-Colloquium of the Department for Mongolian and Tibetan Studies, IOA, University of Bonn, 25 October 2016.
     
  • 10/2016 (with Ulrike Gonzales): “Das Runde und das Eckige: Nomadisches Wohnen in der Mongolei und in Tibet.”, held at Deutsch-Tibetischen Kulturgesellschaft e.V., 23 October 2016.
     
  • 05/2016 (mit Ulrike Gonzales): “Das Runde und das Eckige: Nomadisches Wohnen in der Mongolei und in Tibet”, held at Dies Academicus. University of Bonn, 25 May 2016.
     
  • 03/2016 “Should Tibetan dependent peasants be called domestic slaves? A gathering of thoughts and ideas based on legal documents”, held at the Workshop “Domestic Slavery, 15th–19th Centuries Sources, cross-Perspectives, and Definitions”, EHESS, 24–25 March 2016, Paris.
     
  • 03/2016 “Preliminary Thoughts on ‘Debts’ as motor for downward social mobility of Central Tibetan mi ser in pre-1959 Tibet’”, held at the Workshop “Social Status in the Tibetan World”, 22–23 March 2016, Fontainebleau.
     
  • 12/2015 “Identitätsbildung mittels Popkultur. Zeitgenössische Musikvideos aus Tibet und der Mongolei”, held at Dies Academicus, University of Bonn, 02 December 2015, Bonn.
     
  • 11/2015 “Should I stay or should I go? Mobility and its limitation of ‘serfs’ (mi ser) in Tibet in the time of the Dalai Lamas”, held at the CRCAO, Paris, 06. November, 2015.
     
  • 09/2015 “The Buzzing of a Bee – Metaphors in Legal Documents and Their Implications for Social History”, held at The Fourth International Seminar of Young Tibetologists, 7–12 September 2015, Leipzig.
     
  • 06/2015 “A Bond for Life? Marriage Contracts in pre-1959 Tibet”, held at “Gender in Tibetan Buddhist Societies, 17th to 20th centuries. A conference in memory of Anne Chayet”, 4–5 June 2015, Leiden.
     
  • 04/2015 “To the feet of the leader of the two systems, the precious preserver of the law—Aspects of Life of Monastic Dependent Peasants in pre-1959 Tibet”, Guest lecture at the University of Leiden, Institute for Area Studies, SAS India and Tibet, 9 April 2015.
     
  • 03/2015 “Wo bitte geht’s denn hier zur Erleuchtung? Mythos und Realität des Lebensalltags in Tibet vor 1959”, held at Tibethaus Frankfurt, 27 March 2015.

 

  • 02/2015 “Serfs of Enlightenment? The Lives of Monastic Dependent Peasants in pre-1959 Tibet”, held at the ”International Research Colloquium” University of Bonn, Department of Islamic Studies, 27 February 2015.

 

  • 12/2014 “Wherever they may be. Two examples of administering mi bogs”, held at “Property in Tibetan Societies. Ownership, Transfer, Confiscation”, 15–16 December 2014, Paris.

 

  • 12/2013 “Bits and Pieces of Social History as Provided by Manorial Records”, held at “When the Taxman Cometh Tax, Corvée and Community Obligations in Tibetan Societies”, 6–7 December 2013, Fontainebleau.

 

  • 07/2013 “Obligation Contracts (gan rgya) and their use for Tibetan social history” in the Panel “Rules, Reforms and Regulations: New Perspectives on Tibetan Social History”, at the 13th meeting of the International Association for Tibetan Studies, July 21–27, 2013, Ulanbaataar, Mongolia.

 

  • 05/2013 “Right there but still unnoticed – Information on dGa’ ldan pho brang mi ser from archival material published in German(y)”, held at “Recapturing who Escaped the Historian’s Net”, May 27– 2013, Bonn

 

  • 10/2012 “What can legal documents tell us about actual living conditions in Pre-1959 Tibet? Some examples”, at the conference “Hidden Treasures from the Roof of the World: New Resources for a Social History of Tibetan Societies, 4 October 2012, Paris

 

  • 05/2012 “The socio-economic living conditions of monastic dependent peasants in pre-1959 Tibet”, Dies Academicus University of Bonn, May 2nd 2012

 

  • 05/2011 “Propaganda in the Streets of Lhasa”, Meeting of the German Tibetan Cultural Society, May 21st 2011

 

  • 12/2008 “Studying in Lhasa”, Dies Academicus (Open Lecture Day)of the University of Bonn, December 3rd 2008


Community and University Engagement

  • since 05/2014 Chair Woman of the ‘Deutsch-Tibetische Kulturgesellschaft’ (German Tibetan Cultural Society)
  • since 03/2012 Spokesperson of the students of the doctorate students of the BIGS-OAS
  • 04/2010 – 04/2013 Exercise Instructor “Beginner’s Class Volleyball” at the University of Bonn
  • Teaching and other University-related Activities
  • in progress Co-convener of the 4th International Seminar of Young Tibetologists which will be held in Leipzig September 7–12, 2015
  • in progress Comparative Historiographic Thinking, a comparative cooperation at the Institute for Oriantal and Asian Studies, University of Bonn, under the leadership of Prof. Dr. Conermann
  • in progress Translation of the biography of Byams chen Chos rje, founder of Se ra. A collective annotated translation project of the Seminar of Mongolian and Tibetan Studies, under the leadership of Dr. Rudolph Kaschewsky
  • September 2014 Seminar Day “Introduction Censorship”, Seminar Day “Self-Censorship” Summerschool on Censorship funded by the DAAD, held in Bonn September 25–30, 2014
  • May 2014 Conference Organisation and Conference Chair of “Commerce and Communities – Social status and the exchange of goods in Tibetan societies ” (Mid 17th to mid 20th centuries)”, held in Bonn May 5–6, 2014
  • July 2013 Panel Organisation and Panel Chair together with Saul Mullard of “Rules, Reform and Regulations: New perspectives on Tibetan social history”, held at the 13th Seminar of the International Association for Tibetan Studies in Ulanbaataar, July 21–27, 2013
  • May 2013 Conference Organisation of “Recapturing the Tibetans who escaped the historian’s net”, held in Bonn May 27–28, 2013
  • January 2013 Conference Organisation of “Himalayan Impasse”, held in Bonn January 28–29, 2013

 

 

 

 

 

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