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IATS 2010 Program

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Please direct all inquiries regarding IATS2010 panels to: iats2010seminar@gmail.com

 

IATS 2010 Panel Schedule: August 16th to 20th 2010

 

Note: all numbers in parentheses (XP) following the panel titles indicate the number of papers or formal presenters in each panel. This number does not include additional discussants. With the exception of those indicated as ‘CK CHOI’ all panels will be held in the Buchanan D block. The letter preceding ‘(Dxxx)’ refers to the capacity of the room only. All rooms are AV equipped.

 

 

           I.       Monday August 16th, 2010

 

8:30-10:30am at the Frederic Wood Theatre

Welcome and Orientation

 

 

11-1pm + 2-6pm or Full Day Booking

 

S(D207): 34.Conservation and Restoration (7P)

 

L(D217): 4.Buddhist Visionaries and their Practices in Eastern Tibet (13P)

 

M(D314): 12.Old Tibetan Studies III (11P)

 

L(D322): 6.Contributions to Tibetan Literature: Texts, Genres and Generic Terms (9P)

 

CK CHOI: 21.The State of Tibetan Anthropology: Old Predicaments, New Direction (16P)

 

 

 

11-1pm or Two Hour Booking

 

M(D201): 7.Recent Research on Ippolito Desideri and the Catholic Missions to Tibet (4P)

 

S(D213): 18.Teaching and Learning Tibetan as a Second/Foreign Language in Higher Education (4P)

 

M(D301): 45. Western Perceptions of Tibet (4P)

 

 

2-6pm or Four Hour Booking

 

M(D201)1.Applied Scholarship in Tibet (7P)

 

S(D213): 27.Tibetan History: Politics and Law (9P)

 

M(D301): 3.Approaching the Buddhist Tradition of Early Modern Mongolia:  Texts and Images Prior 1930. (7P)

 

 

 

II.       Tuesday August 17th, 2010

 

8:30-10:30am at the Frederic Wood Theatre

Plenary Session (4P) 

 

 

11-1pm + 2-6pm or Full Day Booking

 

L(D217): 31.Toward a History of Madhyamaka in Tibet (9P)
 
L(D218): 5.Collecting Tibet: Museums, Materiality and Memory (8P)
 
L(D322): 23.The Use of Ritual for Healing in Bonpo and Buddhist Traditions (16P)
 
CK CHOI: 17.Social Political, Economic, and Environmental Change Amidst Development in Tibetan Areas (14P)

 

 

11-1pm or Two Hour Booking

 

M(D201): 46. Amdo Local History(5P)
 
S(D205): 13.Power and Resistance in Tibetan Borderlands (3P)
 
S(D207): 44. Female Religious Practitioners (5P)
 
S(D213): 20.The Jo nang pa: Narrative, Transmission, and Tradition Reconsidered (5P)

 

 

2-6pm or Four Hour Booking

 

M(D201): 11.Modern Dialogues: Discussions, Conversations and Debates in Tibet (7P)
 
S(D205): 26.Tibetan Inscriptions (5P)
 
S (D207): 35. Murals (7P)
 
M(D301): 14.Sectarian Articulations: Creative Processes of Lineage Formation (5P)  

 

 

 

     III.       Wednesday August 18th, 2010

 

8:30-10:30am at the Frederic Wood Theatre

Plenary Session (4P)

 

 

11-1pm + 2-6pm or Full Day Booking

 

L(D217): 15.Self-Determination for Tibet—Recent Developments (6­­­­P)

 

L(D316): 30. Tibetological Library and Archive resources: State of the Field and a Fielding of Needs (11P)
 
CK CHOI: 10.Kham Panel: A Zone of Intense Contact—the Khams pa Region (14P)

 

 

11-1pm or Two Hour Booking

 

M(D201): 48. Literature and Social Media (3P)
 
M( D204): 47. Buddhist Texts and Philosophy (4P)
 
S(D205): 22.The Tibetan Clans (2P)
 
S(D207): 9.‘Holy Madmen’: Contrasting Perspectives (4P)
 
S(D213): 41.Healthcare (4P)
 
S(D221) 53. Political Economy and the Production of Space (4P)

 

 

2-6pm or Four Hour Booking

 

 

M (D201): 24.Tibetan Buddhism in China (6P)
 
M(D204): 25. Tibetan Information Technology (7P)
 
S(D207): 36. Textual and Discursive Art (4P)
 
S(D213): 40.From Sowa Rigpa to “Tibetan Medicine”? Transmissions & Transformations (7P)
 
L(D218): 29.Tibetan – Muslim Relations in Amdo, Past and Present (7P)
 
S(D221): 37. Classical Literature (9P)
 
S (D221): 2.Bon Communities, Institutions and Lineages (9P)
 
S(D205): The Tibetan and Himalayan Digital Library (Demo)

 

 

 

       IV.       Thursday August 19th, 2010

 

8:30-10:30am at the Frederic Wood Theatre

 Plenary Session (4P)
 

 

11-1pm + 2-6pm or Full Day Booking

 
M(D204): 19.The History of the Rang-stong/Gzhan-stong: Distinction from its Beginning through the Ris-med Movement (7P)
 
L(D217): 16.Sikkim and Bhutan: Past and Present (9P)
 
CK CHOI: 8.Festschrift Panel in Recognition of Hubert Decleer (5P)
 
 

11-1pm or Two Hour Booking

 

S(D205): 42. Medical Texts (3P)
 
S(D207): 51. Monastic History (4P)
 
S(D221): 49. Tibetans in the World (5P)

 

 

2-6pm or Four Hour Booking

  

M(D201): 32.Education (7P)
 
S(D205): 38. Kangyur Studies (8P)
 
S(D207): 50. 20thC History and International Relations (6P)
 
S(D213): 33.Religious and Secular Performance (6P)

 
 

 

          V.       Friday August 20th, 2010

 

8:30-10:30am at the Frederic Wood Theatre

Plenary Session (4P)  

 

 

11-1pm or Two Hour Booking

 

S(D205): 28.Tibetan Peripheries: Textual, Conceptual and Physical (3P)
 
S(D207): 39. Linguistics (5P)
 
S(D213): 43.Tantra and Tantric Practice(4P)

 

 

11-1pm + 2-6pm or Full Day Booking

Not Possible/ Afternoon Off

 

2-6pm or Four Hour Booking

No Panels- IATS Business Meeting

 

  
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