Post Tagged with: "Tibetan Literature"

Pema Tseden Interviews Takbum Gyal: “In my Previous Life I May Have Been a Dog”

Pema Tseden Interviews Takbum Gyal: “In my Previous Life I May Have Been a Dog”

0 by / on 12/12/2016, 21:20 / in Interview

High Peaks Pure Earth has translated an interview with Tibetan writer and teacher Takbum Gyal carried out by well-known filmmaker, translator and writer Pema Tseden. The interview was conducted in January 2016, published in literary journal “Qinghai Lake” in March 2016 and subsequently circulated on WeChat on June 10, 2016.

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Guest Post: Jonathan Mirsky Reviews “Oral and Literary Continuities in Modern Tibetan Literature: The Inescapable Nation” By Lama Jabb

Guest Post: Jonathan Mirsky Reviews “Oral and Literary Continuities in Modern Tibetan Literature: The Inescapable Nation” By Lama Jabb

1 by / on 10/08/2016, 14:00 / in Book Reviews, Reading List

High Peaks Pure Earth presents a guest post by Jonathan Mirsky, a book review of “Oral and Literary Continuities in Modern Tibetan Literature: The Inescapable Nation” by Lama Jabb, published in June 2015 by Rowman and Littlefield.

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“Oral and Literary Continuities in Modern Tibetan Literature” By Lama Jabb

“Oral and Literary Continuities in Modern Tibetan Literature” By Lama Jabb

0 by / on 05/08/2015, 10:55 / in Reading List

Published by Lexington Books in June 2015, “Oral and Literary Continuities in Modern Tibetan Literature: The Inescapable Nation” by Lama Jabb is the first book-length study to appear in English on the literary, cultural and political roots of modern Tibetan literature. 

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