The papers presented at the Colloquium in Vienna in November 2013 will be published by the Academy of Sciences in Vienna in a volume entitled Interaction in the Himalayas and Central Asia: Process of Transfer, Translation and Transformation in Art, archaeology, Religion and Polity.
Table of Contents
I. Transfer and Interaction in Central Asia and Tibet
Luneau, Élise: Transfers and Interactions between North and South in Central Asia during the Bronze Age.
Erdenebold, Lhagvasuren: Preliminary Excavation Findings from Shoroon Bumbagar, Ulaan Kherem, Mongolia.
Nalesini, Oscar: Two Enigmatic “Megalithicâ€ Sites in Tibet.
Lo Muzio, Ciro: Skanda and the Mothers in Khotanese Buddhist Painting.
Grenet, Frantz: The Deydier Vase and Its Tibetan Connections: A Preliminary Note.
Pritzker, David: Allegories of Kingship During the Tibetan Empire: A Preliminary Study of a West Asian Gold Ewer in the Royal Court of Tibet.
Zhu, Tianshu: The Influence from Khotan: The Standing Buddha Images in Kucha.
II. Translation and Adoption of Art and Architecture in the Western Himalayas
Allinger, Eva: An Early West Tibetan Manuscript from Hanle Monastery, Ladakh.
Heller, Amy & Charlotte Eng: Three Ancient Manuscripts from Tholing in the Tucci Collection, IsIAO, Roma, Part II: Manuscript 1329 O.
Kalantari, Christiane: The Art of Khorchag and Khartse in the Fabric of Western Himalayan Buddhist Art (10th —14th Centuries): Questions of Style II.
Flood, Finbarr B.: A Turk in the Dukhang? Comparative Perspectives on Islamicate Dress in Medieval Ladakh and the Caucasus.
Di Mattia, Marialaura: A Cultural Crossroads: Some “Foreignâ€ Elements in the Art and Architecture of mNga’ ris.
Feiglstorfer, Hubert: Reconstruction of the West Tibetan temples of Khorchag: The Lhakhang Chenmo.
III. Patterns of Transformation in Tibet, Nepal, Mongolia and Central Asia
Doney, Lewis: Narrative Transformations: The Spiritual Friends of Khri Srong lde brtsan.
Devers, Quentin: Charting Ancient Routes in Ladakh: An Archaeological Documentation.
Lecomte-Tilouine, Marie: Is There a Network of Sacred Fires Across the Himalayas and Central Asia? From Baku to Nepal, and Back.
Charleux, Isabelle: Circumambulating the Jowo in Mongolia: Why Erdeni Juu Should Be Translated as “Jowo Rinpocheâ€.
Birtalan, Ãgnes: Between the Himalayas and Inner Asia €The Mongolian Case.
Lang, Maria-Katharina: Moving Artefacts: Mongolian Tsam Figures.