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Dr. Maria Turek


Maria Przyjemska


Dr. M. Maria Turek

Jahrgang 1975



Akademischer Werdegang

 

  • 2013 - Promotion an der Humboldt-Universität zu Berlin. Dissertationsthema: "In This Body and Life - The Religious and Social Significance of Hermitages and Hermits in Eastern Tibet Today and During Recent History". 
  • Seit 2011 - Wissenschaftliche Mitarbeiterin für Forschung und Lehre in Tibetstudien, Universität Bonn, Institut für Orient- und Asienwissenschaften, Abteilung für Mongolistik und Tibetstudien.
  • 2001 - 2006 Zentralasien- Studium an der Humboldt-Universität zu Berlin (Schwerpunkt Tibetologie)
  • 2000 - Magister Artium (Anglistik) Universität Gdansk, Polen
  • 1997 - Bachelor of Arts (Fremdsprachenunterricht). Universität Gdansk, Polen

 

Forschungsschwerpunkte

 

  • Tibetischer Buddhismus in Osttibet heute
  • Lokale Geschichten Osttibets

 

Publikationen

 

Peer-reviewed

 

2017 “The White Cotton Robe: Charisma and Clothes in Tibetan Buddhism Today,” Religion and Society: Advances in Research 8: 173-188. 

 

2017 “True Enough: A Reflexive Approach to Tibetan Hagiography within an Ambiguous Domain,” Études mongoles et sibériennes, centrasiatiques et tibétaines (EMSCAT) [Online] 48. URL : http://journals.openedition.org/emscat/2905.

 

2018 [in press] “The Contemporary Revival of the Barom Kagyü School in Kham,” in The Hybridity of Buddhism: Contemporary Encounters between Tibetan and Chinese Traditions in Taiwan and the Mainland, edited by Fabienne Jagou. Paris: École française d’Extrême-Orient, pp. 133-158.

 

Forthcoming: “Milarepa in a People's Commune: Myth and Charisma in Contemporary Tibetan Hagiography and Society,” in Re-remembering Early Contact between Tibetans and the Chinese Communist Party in the post-Mao Period, edited by Robert Barnett, Françoise Robin, and Benno Weiner. Leiden: Brill.

 

Forthcoming: “Monastic Obligations, Hat Change and Lhasa Encroachment: Notes on the Economic System in the Historical Kingdom of Nang-chen,” in When the Taxman Cometh: Tax, Corvée and Community Obligations in Tibetan Societies, edited by Charles Ramble, Peter Schwieger, and Alice Travers. Leiden: Brill.

 

Forthcoming: “The Nangchen Kingship Narrative: Legitimacy and Identity Among Yushu Tibetans since 1950,” in Patterns of Change: Frontiers of Experience in Eastern Tibet, edited by Stèphane Gros and Yudru Tsomu. Amsterdam: Amsterdam University Press.

 

 

Andere 

 

2016 “Repa Karpo,” Treasury of Lives: A Biographical Encyclopedia of Tibet, Inner Asia, and the Himalaya, http://www.treasuryoflives.org/biographies/view/ras-pa-dkar-po/7641

 

2016 “Trewo Alu,” Treasury of Lives: A Biographical Encyclopedia of Tibet, Inner Asia, and the Himalaya, http://www.treasuryoflives.org/biographies/view/Trewo-Alu/13572

 

2016 Review of Rainbow Body and Resurrection: Spiritual Attainment, the Dissolution of the Material Body, and the Case of Khenpo A Chö by Francis V. Tiso. Reading Religion: A Publication of The American Academy of Religion, http://readingreligion.org/books/rainbow-body-and-resurrection

 

2012 [under maiden name Przyjemska] Review of The Black Hat Eccentric: Artistic Visions of the Tenth Karmapa by Karl Debreczeny, Ian A. Alsop, David Paul Jackson, and Irmgard Mengele. Indologica: Rezensionen, http://www.indologica.de/drupal/?q=node/2186

 

2011 [ditto]. “Pojecie ‘jogina’ w buddyjskiej Diamentowej Drodze na Wschodzie i jego recepcja na Zachodzie” [“The Concept of the ‘Yogin’ in the Buddhist Diamond Way Tradition and Its Reception in the West,“] in Buddhism in the Western Cultural Circle. Selected Discussion Points, edited by Grzegorz Francuz and Maciej Raniczkowski. Opole, Poland: Opole University Press, pp. 49-58. 

 

2010 [ditto]. “Rime – The Renewal of Meditation Lineages in Eastern Tibet in the 19th Century.” In Proceedings of a Second International Conference ‘Vajrayana Buddhism in Russia: From Contact to Interaction,’ October 16-18, 2009, edited by Aleksandr Alekseev-Apraksin and Vera Dronova. Moscow: Almaznyi Put, pp. 429-464.

 

Vorträge auf Einladung

 

2018 “Devotion of the Han-Tibetan Monk Karma Jamyang”  Past and Present Buddhist Transfers: A Conceptual Analysis. Lyon, France, April 8. 

 

2017 “Return of the Good King: The Status of Nang-chen rGyal-po in Contemporary Historical Literature.” Social Status as Reflected in Tibetan Fictional Narrative Literature, Biographies and Memoirs. Social Status in the Tibetan World: Bonn, Germany, May 30-31.

 

2017 “Space, Place and Body as Loci for Meditation Practice at Eastern Tibetan Power Places.” Comparative Anthropology of Buddhism. Centre National de la Recherche Scientifique: Paris, France, March 9. 

 

2017 “Nangchen: Old Kingdom in New Sources.” Société Française d’Études du Monde Tibétain: Paris, France, March 10. 

 

2015 “The Nangchen Kingship Narrative: Legitimacy and Identity Among Yushu Tibetans since 1950.” Territories, Communites, Exchanges in the Sino-Tibetan Borderland. Centre d’Études Himalayennes & Centre National de la Recherche Scientifique: Saint-Germain-en-Laye, France, May 4-5.

 

2014 “Tibetan Hagiography as Ambiguous Domain.” The Fine Art of Lying/L’art du mensonge. Fonds de la Recherche scientifique & Université Libre de Bruxelles: Brussels, Belgium, November 21. 

 

2014 “Constructions of the Modern Revival of the 'Ba 'rom bKa’ brgyud school in Kham.” Today’s Interactions between Tibetan, Taiwanese and Chinese Buddhisms. Academia Sinica & Ecole française d’Extrême-Orient: Taipei, Republic of China, April 2-4.

 

2013 “Monastic Obligations, Hat Change and Lhasa Encroachment: Notes on the Economic System in the Historical Kingdom of Nang-chen.” When the Taxman Cometh: Tax, Corvée and Community Obligations in Tibetan Societies. Fontainebleau, France, December 6-7.

 

2013 “Hermitages Instead Of Monasteries? A Bird’s-Eye View on the Current Religious Scene in Eastern Tibet.” Monasticism in Buddhist Religious Fields. Centre National de la Recherche Scientifique: Paris, France, December 20.

 

2010 “Revival of Tantric Buddhist Practice in Today’s Tibet.” School of Oriental and African Studies: London, United Kingdom, September 16. 

 

2009 “The Yogin in the Tibetan Vajrayāna Tradition: Review of Narrative Templates.” University of Opole: Poland, January. 

 

2008 “Gnas: The Power Places of Tibetan Buddhism.“ University of Opole: Poland, March.

 

2007 “Female Figures in Tibetan Buddhist Ritual and Iconography.” University of Wroclaw: Poland, October. 

 

 Konferenzbeiträge

 

2017 “Formation of the Barom Kagyu School and the Kingdom of Nangchen as a Zone of Contact.“ Zones of Contact: Facets of Buddhist Interactions in Eastern Central Asia During the 9th-14th Centuries. XVIIIth Congress of the International Association of Buddhist Studies: Toronto, Canada, August 20-25.

 

2016 “‘First THEY TAKE IT AWAY, THEN THEY OFFER IT BACK:’ A KHAMPA CLAN HISTORY THROUGH A WOMAN’S EYES.” Gender Meditations: Untold Histories of Women in the Making of Modern Tibet. XIVth Seminar of the International Association for Tibetan Studies: Bergen, Norway, June 19-25. 

 

2014 “The Making of a Saint in Contemporary Kham.” Towards an Anthropology of Buddhism. XVIIth Congress of the International Association of Buddhist Studies: Vienna, Austria, August 18-23. 

 

2014 “The Horned Skull and the Incombustible Heart: Relics in the Tibetan Economy of Charisma.” Anthropologies of Buddhism and Hinduism. Decennial Conference of the Association of Social Anthropologists of the United Kingdom and Commonwealth: Edinburgh, United Kingdom, June 19-22.

 

2013 ”A Modern Mi la ras pa in a People’s Commune: Narrating Power in Post-Mao Khams.” Post-Revolutionary Narratives: How to Retell Early Tibetan Encounters with the Chinese Communists. XIIIth Seminar of the International Association for Tibetan Studies: Ulaanbaatar, Mongolia, July 21-27.

 

2008 “A Historical Perspective on the Modern Revival of Tibetan Buddhism in Kham.“ East Asia - Chances und Risks: University of Lodz, Poland, May 19.

 

2008 “Beyond Monasticism: Yogic Practice and Transmission of Buddhist Teachings within the bKa’ brgyud Traditions of Tibetan Buddhism in Nineteenth Century Eastern Tibet.” XIth Post-Graduate Religious Studies Conference: Bath Spa University, United Kingdom, March 11.

 

2006 “Tantric Transmission and Ritual Practice in Eastern Tibetan Hermitages in the 19th century.“ Buddhist Culture und Intellectual Heritage: Jagiellonian University, Ojców, Poland, October 19-20.

 

Discussant

 

2015 “Ethnicity, Religion and Memory in a Gyalrong Revolt.” Territories, Communities, Exchanges in the Sino-Tibetan Borderland. Centre d'Études Himalayennes & Centre National de la Recherche Scientifique: Saint-Germain-en-Laye, France, May 4-5.

 

2014 “The Nangchen Tibetan Lamas in Taiwan.” Today’s Interactions between Tibetan, Taiwanese and Chinese Buddhisms, Institute of History and Philology, Academia Sinica & EFEO Paris. Taipei, Republic of China, April 2-4.

 

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