Tag: Dispelling the Darkness
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Ex-President of Mongolia: “The Buryat Mongols, Tuva Mongols
and Kalmyk Mongols have suffered a lot. They have been used as nothing
more than cannon fodder. Hundreds of them are wounded. Thousands of
them have been killed. We the Mongols, will meet you with open arms and hearts” https://twitter.com/Gerashchenko_en/status/1573316226562068482
Ex-President of Mongolia @elbegdorj made an anti-war address saying how much ethnic minorities of Russia suffered from it and urging Russians not to fight with Ukrainians.
Full video is here: https://youtu.be/q2qDzicmvxM
I remember looking at many records relating to the four Tibetan boys, Kyipup, Möndö, Gongkar, Ringang, who went to Rugby School when researching in the National Archives of India … a chance to add to the existing scholarship here #Tibet Image from National Museums Liverpool https://twitter.com/KatieDonington/status/1573270917358456832
📢📢PhD Funding with @history_ou & Rugby School on 'Schools of empire: Class, race, and colonialism, c.1750-1945'. Use Rugby's archives & collection to explore education & empire. MA not essential/experience considered. Public hist opportunities built in. https://www.oocdtp.ac.uk/schools-empire-class-race-and-colonialism-c1750-1945
Keila Diehl's fine ethnography of competing soundscapes among Tibetan refugees in 1990s' Dharamsala: the Shangri-La trope, and tensions between "preserving tradition" and innovation in exile
#Tibet @hpeaks @tibetscapes http://stephenjones.blog/2022/09/23/dharamsala/