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Colloquium: Interaction in the Himalayas and Central Asia – Vienna

Poster colloque Vienne
25
27 Nov 2013

Third International SEECHAC Colloquium, Austrian Academy of Sciences, Vienna

Interaction in the Himalayas and Central Asia: processes of transfer, translation and transformation in art, archaeology, religion and polity from antiquity to the present day

(1010 Wien, Dr.-Ignaz-Seipel Platz 2)

Programme


Programme Colloque 2013 - Jour 1

Day 1
  • Elise Luneau (Berlin): Transfers and interactions between North and South in Central Asia during the Bronze Age
  • Michael Alram (Vienna): Tapa Sardar (Afghanistan) €the numismatic evidence
  • Erdenebold Lkhagvasuren (Ulan Bator): The art gallery of Nomads: Mongolia €Kazakhstan
  • Jorinde Ebert (Vienna): “Homecoming into the mountains and emerging from the mountains“: A major theme in the Buddhist art of Kucha/Xinjiang
  • Tianshu Zhu (Macao): The standing Buddha images from Kucha €interaction between Khotan and Kucha in the seventh century
  • Ciro Lo Muzio (Rome) : Remarks on some Brahmanical deities in Buddhist Central Asian art
  • Guntram Hazod (Vienna): The Tibetan tumulus tradition: about new discoveries in Central Tibet
  • Gérard Fussman (Paris): How Gilgiti bronzes came to Tibet
  • David Pritzker (Oxford): The previously unknown golden ewer belonging to the Pritzker collection
  • Finbarr Barry Flood (New York): Transcultural elements in twelfth-century Himalayan art: A comparative perspective20:00 Joint dinner of all speakers plus selected guests


    Programme Colloque 2013 - Jour 1

    Day 2
  • Frantz Grenet (Paris): The Sogdian element in the royal toreutics of Tibet: Boris Marshak’s contribution to the study of the Pritzker collection
  • Lewis Doney (Munich): Transforming Tibetan kingship
  • Birgit Kellner (Heidelberg): The Thon mi sambhoṭa complex €on the Indian origins of the Tibetan writing system
  • Ronit Yoeli-Tlalim (London): Tibetan medicine from Dunhuang: notes on transmissions of medical knowledge along the Silk Road
  • Lying Kuo (Paris): Creation of a Pseudo-Indian Buddhist Tantra at Dunhuang in 9th-10th century
  • Quentin Devers (Paris): Charting ancient routes in Ladakh: an archaeological documentation
  • Diwakar Kumar Singh (New Delhi): Rituals, texts and transmission: mapping the space between Tibet and Nalanda
  • Pasang Wangdu (Lhasa): Reconstructing the history of the West Tibetan kingdom. A new discovery of historiographic manuscripts in Gu-ge Tho-ling
  • Hubert Feiglstorfer (Vienna): Reconstructing the early structure of the Khorchag monastery, Purang, Western Tibet
  • Nachiket Chanchani (Washington): Home and the world: Mâru-Gurjara architecture in the Central Himalayas
  • Amy Heller (London): Three ancient illuminated Tibetan manuscripts from the Tucci collection, IsIAO
  • Gudrun Melzer and Eva Allinger (Munich and Vienna): The early Tibetan cult of the book as reflected in early western Tibetan Prajñāpāramitā manuscripts
  • Christiane Kalantari (Vienna): Untying old knots €weaving new patterns. The regional styles of Khartse and Khorchag in the fabric of early Western Himalayan Buddhist art19:00 Exhibition “The Countenance of the Other: The Coins of the Huns and Western Turks in Central Asia and India” (Kunsthistorisches Museum Wien) (guided tour)


    Programme Colloque 2013 - Jour 1

    Day 3
  • Christian Luczanits (New York): Deities of translation and their variations in the Western Himalayas
  • Tsering Gyalpo (Lhasa): Buddhist art, religious landscape and ritual practice: explorations into the cultural heritage of Tsamda, Western Tibet
  • Marialaura Di Mattia (Rome): mNga’.ris €a cultural cross-road: about some “foreign” elements in art and architecture
  • Per K. Sørensen (Leipzig): Embodiment, karma and compassion institutionalised
  • Klaus-Dieter Mathes (Vienna): The Goddess Ama Yangri of Yol mo –local Himalayan beliefs and the High Religion of Tibetan Buddhism
  • Toni Huber (Berlin): Highland trans-border communities of the Eastern Himalayan-Tibetan plateau interface: state of the art of research and a constructive appraisal of future prospects
  • Marie Lecomte-Tilouine (Paris): Is there a network of holy, natural gas flames across the Himalayas and Central Asia?
  • Maria-Katharina Lang (Vienna): Moving artefacts: Mongolian Tsam figures in European museums
  • Ágnes Birtalan (Budapest): Text and image in the Himalayas and Inner Asia €the Mongolian case
  • Isabelle Charleux (Paris): On some numinous icons and their replicas in Mongol Buddhism
  • Oscar Nalesini (Rome): The Tucci Photographic Collection<!–

    Liste des participants au colloque de Vienne

  • Michael
    Alram (Vienna): Tapa Sardar (Afghanistan) – the numismatic evidence

  • Ágnes
    Birtalan (Budapest): Text and image in the Himalayas and Inner Asia –
    the Mongolian Case

  • Nachiket
    Chanchani (Washington): Home and the world: Mâru-Gurjara
    architecture in the Central Himalayas

  • Isabelle
    Charleux (Paris): On some numinous icons and their replicas
    in Mongol Buddhism

  • Quentin
    Devers (Paris) : Charting ancient routes in Ladakh: An archaeological
    documentation

  • Marialaura
    Di Mattia (Rome) : mNga’.ris – a cultural cross-road: about some
    "foreign" elements in art and architecture

  • Lewis
    Doney (Munich): Transforming Tibetan kingship

  • Jorinde
    Ebert (Vienna): “Homecoming into the Mountains and emerging from the
    Mountains“: A major theme in the Buddhist art of Kucha/Xinjiang

  • Hubert
    Feiglstorfer (Vienna): Reconstructing the early structure of the Khorchag
    monastery, Purang, Western Tibet

  • Finbarr
    Barry Flood (New York): Transcultural elements in twelfth-century Himalayan
    art: A comparative perspective

  • Gérard
    Fussman (Paris): How Gilgiti bronzes came to Tibet

  • Frantz
    Grenet (Paris) : The Sogdian element in the royal toreutics of Tibet:
    Boris Marshak’s contribution to the study of the Pritzker collection

  • Tsering
    Gyalpo (Lhasa): Buddhist art, religious landscape and
    ritual practice: Explorations into the cultural heritage of Tsamda, Western
    Tibet

  • Guntram
    Hazod (Vienna): The Tibetan tumulus tradition: About new
    discoveries in Central Tibet

  • Amy
    Heller (London): Three ancient illuminated Tibetan manuscripts from the Tucci
    collection, IsIAO

  • Toni Huber (Berlin): Highland trans-border communities of the Eastern Himalayan-Tibetan
    plateau interface: state of the art of research and a constructive appraisal of
    future prospects

  • Pascale Hugon (Vienna): The
    Tibetan appropriation of Indian Buddhist epistemology

  • Lkhagvademchig
    Jadamba (Ulan Bator): The 10th Jebstundamba:
    Collaborative project of Tibeto-Mongolian Buddhism

  • Christiane Kalantari
    (Vienna): Untying old knots –
    weaving new patterns. The regional styles of Khartse
    and Khorchag in the fabric of early Western Himalayan Buddhist art

  • Birgit Kellner (Vienna):
    The Thon mi sambhoṭa complex – on the Indian origins of the
    Tibetan writing system

  • Lying Kuo (Paris): Creation
    of a Pseudo-Indian Buddhist Tantra at Dunhuang in 9th-10th century

  • Maria-Katharina Lang
    (Vienna): Moving artefacts: Mongolian Tsam figures in
    European museums

  • Marie Lecomte-Tilouine
    (Paris): Is there a network of holy, natural gas flames
    across the Himalayas and Central Asia?

  • Erdenebold Lkhagvasuren
    (Ulan Bator): The art gallery of Nomads: Mongolia – Kazakhstan

  • Ciro Lo Muzio
    (Rome) : Remarks on some
    Brahmanical deities in Buddhist Central Asian art

  • Christian Luczanits (New
    York): Deities of translation and their variations in the Western Himalayas

  • Elise Luneau (Berlin): Transfers and interactions between North and South in Central Asia
    during the Bronze Age

  • Klaus-Dieter Mathes
    (Vienna): The Goddess Ama Yangri of Yol mo—local
    Himalayan beliefs and the High Religion of Tibetan Buddhism

  • Gudrun Melzer and Eva
    Allinger (Munich and Vienna): The early Tibetan cult of the book as
    reflected in early western Tibetan Prajñāpāramitā manuscripts

  • Oscar Nalesini (Rome): The
    Tucci Photographic Collection

  • David Pritzker (Oxford):
    The previously unknown golden ewer belonging to the Pritzker Collection

  • Diwakar
    Kumar Singh (New Delhi): Rituals, texts and transmission:
    Mapping the space between Tibet and Nalanda

  • Per K. Sørensen
    (Leipzig): Embodiment, karma and compassion institutionalised

  • Pasang
    Wangdu (Lhasa): Re-constructing the history of the West Tibetan kingdom. A new
    discovery of historiographic manuscripts in Gu-ge Tho-ling

  • Ronit Yoeli-Tlalim
    (London): Tibetan medicine from Dunhuang: notes on transmissions of medical
    knowledge along the Silk Road

  • Tianshu Zhu (Macao): The
    standing Buddha images from Kucha – interaction between Khotan and Kucha
    in the seventh century

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