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in einen Felsen gehauene Inschrift, Ashoka-Felsen-Edikt, Bhubhaneshvar, Orissa, Indien, 2013, Foto: Ira Sarma
Ashoka-Felsen-Edikt, Bhubhaneshvar, Orissa, Indien, 2013, Foto: Ira Sarma

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Cover: The Selfless Ego, Quelle: Routledge
Cover: The Selfless Ego, Quelle: Routledge

Galli, L. and F.X. Erhard (eds.) 2021. The Selfless Ego: Configurations of Identity in Tibetan Life Writing. New York: Routledge.

The essays collected in The Selfless Ego propose an innovative approach to one of the most fascinating aspects of Tibetan literature: life writing. Departing from past schemes of interpretation, this book addresses issues of literary theory and identity construction, eluding the strictures imposed by the adoption of the hagiographical master narrative as synonymous with the genre.

The book is divided into two parts. Ideally conceived as an 'introduction' to traditional forms of life writing as expressed in Buddhist milieus, Part I. Memory and Imagination in Tibetan Hagiographical Writing centres on the inner tensions between literary convention and self-expression that permeate indigenous hagiographies, mystical songs, records of teachings, and autobiographies. Part II: Conjuring Tibetan Lives explores the most unconventional traits of the genre, sifting through the narrative configuration of Tibetan biographical writings as 'liberation stories' to unearth those fragments of life that compose an individual’s multifaceted existence.

This volume is the first to approach Tibetan life writing from a literary and narratological perspective, encompassing a wide range of disciplines, themes, media, and historical periods, and thus opening new and vibrant areas of research to future scholarship across the Humanities.

https://www.routledge.com/The-Selfless-Ego-Configurations-of-Identity-in-Tibetan-Life-Writing/Galli-Erhard/p/book/9780367693985

Buchcover New Currents on the Neva River
Buchcover New Currents on the Neva River

Erhard, Franz Xaver, Natalia Moskaleva, Daniel Wojahn, Jed Forman, and Maria Smirnova, eds. 2020. New Currents on the Neva River: Proceedings of the Fifth International Seminar of Tibetan Studies. edition tethys: wissenschaft 3. Potsdam: edition tethys. ISBN 978-3-942527-10-1
Digital unter: DOI 10.36201/TETHYS.SCIENCE.3

Buchcover Representations of the Parinirvana Story Cycle in Kucha, Dev Publishers & Distributors
Buchcover Representations of the Parinirvana Story Cycle in Kucha, Dev Publishers & Distributors

Zin, Monika, 2020, Representations of the Parinirvāṇa Story Cycle in Kucha, ed. Franco, Eli / Zin, Monika, Delhi: Dev Publishers, Saxon Academy of Sciences and Humanities, Leipzig Kucha Studies 2.

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Buchcover Essays and Studies in the Art of Kucha, Dev Publishers & Distributors
Buchcover Essays and Studies in the Art of Kucha, Dev Publishers & Distributors

Konczak-Nagel, Ines / Zin, Monika, 2020, Essays and Studies in the Art of Kucha, ed. Franco, Eli / Zin, Monika, Delhi: Dev Publishers, Saxon Academy of Sciences and Humanities, Leipzig Kucha Studies 1

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Die Proceedings des 5th International Seminar of Young Tibetologists in St. Petersburg 2018 sind unter dem Titel “New Currents on the Neva River” als Sonderausgabe der Zeitschrift Revue d'Etudes Tibétaines No. 55 erschienen. Die einzelnen Beiträge sowie die gesamte Ausgabe stehen kostenlos zum Download zur Verfügung.

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The Selfless Ego I & II, Special Issue of Life Writing Vol 17.2-3 edited by Franz Xaver Erhard and Lucia Galli.

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Hansa Wadkar: Hört zu, ich erzähle!
Aus dem Leben einer indischen Schauspielerin

Aus dem Marathi übersetzt, mit einer Einführung und einem Nachwort von Adele Hennig-Tembe.

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  • In press: “A Preliminary Investigation into Monk-tax: grwa khral/ btsun khral/ ban khral and its Meanings.” In When the Taxman Cometh: Tax, Corvée and Community Obligations in Tibetan Societies. Charles Ramble, Peter Schwieger and Alice Travers, eds. Leiden: Brill.
  • In press (2018): “Law and Order during the Lhasa Great Prayer Festival.” In: Festschrift in honour of Peter Schwieger. Jeannine Bischoff, Petra Maurer, and Charles Ramble, eds. Lumbini: Lumbini International Research Institute.
  • Forthcoming (2019): “A Note on Tibetan Legal Documents and their Authors (17th and 18th centuries).”
  • Forthcoming (2019): “Ḍākinī.” with Nobumi Iyanaga. In: Brill’s Encyclopedia of Buddhism, vol 2. Jonathan Silk et al, eds. Leiden: Brill.
  • 2018. The Monastery Rules: Buddhist Monastic Organization in Pre-modern Tibet, Berkeley: California University Press.
  • 2017: “Serendipity among Books: the Van Manen Collection at the Asian Library.” In: Voyage of Discovery Leiden: Exploring the Collections of the Asian Library. Alexander Reeuwijk, ed. Leiden: Leiden University Press: 126-131.
  • 2017: Review of Christopher Hatchell’s Naked Seeing: The Great Perfection, the Wheel of Time, and Visionary Buddhism in Renaissance Tibet (Oxford University Press, 2014). International Journal of Asian Studies 14/2: 226-227.
  • 2017: Review of Shayne Clarke’s Family Matters in Indian Buddhist Monasticism (Hawai’i University Press 2014). South Asia: Journal of South Asian Studies, 40/1: 2: 211-13.
  • 2016. “Monastic Guidelines (bCa’ yig): Tibetan Social History from a Buddhist Studies Perspective.” In Social Regulation: Case Studies from Tibetan History (Proceedings of the International Association of Tibetan Studies Conference, Ulan Baatar, 2013). Jeannine Bischoff and Saul Mullard, eds. Leiden: Brill: 64-98.
  • 2016. “The Disciplinarian (dge skos/ dge bskos/ chos khrims pa/ zhal ngo) in Tibetan Monasteries: his Role and his Rules”, Revue d’Etudes Tibétaines, 37: 145–161.
  • 2016. De Dalai Lama: een boeddhistische vluchteling over te veel vluchtelingen (The Dalai Lama: a Buddhist refugee on ‘too many refugees’)
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  • 2015. “Monastic Organizational Guidelines.” In Brill’s Encyclopedia of Buddhism vol. 1: Preview. Jonathan Silk et al, eds. Leiden: Brill: 442-49.
  • 2015. “Tibetan Buddhist Philosophy.” with Jonathan Samuels. In Brill’s Encyclopedia of Buddhism vol. 1. Jonathan Silk et al, eds. Leiden: Brill: 621-38.
  • 2015. Over aardbevingen, kloosters en dubbele karma-punten. (On earthquakes, monasteries, and double karma-credits)
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  • 2015. Review of Jane Caple’s Seeing beyond the state? The negotiation of moral boundaries in the revival and development of Tibetan Buddhist monasticism in contemporary China (Leeds University 2011).
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  • 2014: “The Monastic Guidelines (bCa’ yig) by Sidkeong Tulku: Monasteries, Sex and Reform in Sikkim.” Journal of the Royal Asiatic Society 24/4: 597-622.
  • 2013: “Selection at the Gate: Access to the Monkhood and Social Mobility in Traditional Tibet.” In The Proceedings of the International Seminar of Young Tibetologists, 2012, Kobe. Tsuguhito Takeuchi, Kazushi Iwao, Ai Nishida, Seiji Kumagai, and Meishi Yamamoto eds., Current Issues and Progress in Tibetan Studies: Proceedings of the Third International Seminar of Young Tibetologists, Kobe 2012 (Journal of Research Institute, vol. 51), Kobe: Kobe City University of Foreign Studies: 111-39.
  • 2013: “How to Tame a Wild Monastic Elephant: Drepung Monastery According to the Great Fifth.” In The Tibetans that Escaped the Historian’s Net. Charles Ramble, Peter Schwieger, and Alice Travers, eds. Kathmandu: Vajra Books: 109-39.
  • 2013: “Zelfverbrandingen gericht op ommekeer Chinees overheidsbeleid” (Self-immolations for policy-change in China). China Nu 38/2: 18-22.
  • 2013: “Belgische jongen mag naar India om Boeddhistisch monnik te worden” (Belgian boy is allowed to become a Buddhist monk in India).
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  • 2012: Review of Tibet: a History by Sam van Schaik. Journal of the Oxford Centre for Buddhist Studies 2: 255-58.
  • Forthcoming: De Soetra van het Gouden Licht. A translation of the Suvarṇaprabhasottama sūtra from the Tibetan and Sanskrit into Dutch, to be published as an in house publication by the Maitreya Instituut.
  • Forthcoming: A translation of the Vajracchedikā sūtra from the Tibetan and Sanksrit into Dutch, to be published as an in house publication by the Maitreya Instituut.

Monographien

  • ZIN, M., 1991, Udayana-Schauspiele aus Trivandrum in der Entwicklungsgeschichte der Udayana-Erzählung, Diss., München.
  • ZIN, M., 2003a, Ajanta – Handbuch der Malereien / Handbook of the Paintings 2: Devotionale und ornamentale Malereien, vols. 1-2, Wiesbaden: Harrassowitz.
  • ZIN, M., 2003b, Guide to the Ajanta Paintings 2, Devotional and Ornamental Paintings, New Delhi: Munshiram Manoharlal.
  • ZIN, M., 2006, Mitleid und Wunderkraft. Schwierige Bekehrungen und ihre Ikonographie im indischen Buddhismus, Wiesbaden: Harrassowitz.
  • ZIN, M. / SCHLINGLOFF, D., 2007, Saṃsāracakra, Das Rad der Wiedergeburten in der indischen Überlieferung, Düsseldorf: Haus der Japanischen Kultur (EKŌ).
  • Zin, M., 2018, The Kanaganahalli Stūpa: An Analysis of the 60 Massive Slabs Covering the Dome, New Delhi: Aryan Books International.

Aufsätze (Auswahl)

  • ZIN, M., 1996a, Der Elefant mit dem Schwert, in: Festschrift Dieter Schlingloff, ed. F. WILHELM, Reinbek, pp. 331-44.
  • ZIN, M., 1996b, Representations of architectural elements in the oldest murals of Ajanta, in: Explorations in Art and Archaeology of South Asia: Essays Dedicated to N.G. Majumdar, ed. D. MITRA et al., Calcutta, pp. 454-76.
  • ZIN, M., 1998a, Der Vidūṣaka jenseits der Bühne, in: Indo-Asiatiasche Zeitschrift 2, pp. 30-41.
  • ZIN, M., 1998b, Der Wandel des Buddha-Bildes im Buddha-Bildnis. Zu den Anfängen der Buddha-Darstellung, in: Wer ist Buddha?, ed. P. SCHMIDT-LEUKEL, München: Eugen Diederichs Verlag, pp. 50-74.
  • ZIN, M., 1998c, The Oldest Painting of the Udayana Legend, in: Berliner Indologische Studien 11-12, pp. 435-48.
  • ZIN, M., 2000, Two Nāga-Stories in the Oldest Paintings of Ajanta IX, in: South Asian Archaeology 1997, Pro¬ceedings of the 14th International Conference of the European Association of South Asian Archae-ologists in Rome, ed. M. TADDEI / G. DE MARCO, Rome, pp. 1171-99.
  • ZIN, M., 2001, The Identification of the Bagh Painting, in: East & West 51, pp. 299-322.
  • ZIN, M., 2002, Das Drama Nāgānanda und der Ursprung der Jīmūtavāhana-Legende, in: Studien zur Indologie und Iranistik 23, pp. 146-64.
  • ZIN, M., 2003a, Kālakarṇī, in: Berliner Indologische Studien 15-17, pp. 327-40.
  • ZIN, M., 2003b, The uṣṇīṣa as a Physical Characteristic of the Buddha’s Relatives and Successors, in: Silk Road Art and Archaeology 9, pp. 107-29.
  • ZIN, M., 2004a, Die altindischen vīṇās, in: Musikarchäologie IV. Orient-Archäologie, ed. E. HICKMANN / R. EICHMANN, Bonn: Leidorf, pp. 321-62.
  • ZIN, M., 2004b, The Mūkapaṅgu Story in the Madras Government Museum: The Problem of the Textual Affiliations of the Narrative Reliefs in Amaravati and Nagarjunikonda, in: Annali dell’ Istituto Universitario Orientale 64, pp. 157-80.
  • ZIN, M. 2005a, The Identification of Kizil Paintings I (1. Yaśa, 2. Mākandika), in: Indo-Asiatische Zeitschrift 9, pp. 23-36; repr. in: Sanskrit on the Silk Route, ed. SHASHIBALA, Delhi: Bharatiya Vidya Bhavan, 2016, pp. 199-215.
  • ZIN, M., 2005b, The Unknown Ajanta Painting of the Aṅgulimāla Story, in: South Asian Archaeology 2001. Proceedings of the Sixteenth International Conference of the European Association of South Asian Archaeologists, held in Collège de France, Paris, 2-6 July 2001, 1-2, ed. C. JARRIGE / V. LEFÈVRE. Paris 2005, pp. 704-13.
  • ZIN, M., 2006a, About Two Rocks in the Buddha’s Life Story, in: East & West 56, pp. 329-58.
  • ZIN, M., 2006b, The Story of the Conversion of Nanda in Borobudur, in: Vanamālā, Festschrift Adalbert Gail, ed. K. BRUHN / G.J.R. MEVISSEN, Berlin, pp. 265-75.
  • ZIN, M., 2006c, Ajanta Paintings and Mahāyāna Buddhism, in: Transactions of the International Conference of Eastern Studies 51, Tokyo, pp. 100-01.
  • ZIN, M., 2007a, Ajanta Paintings and Mahāyāna Buddhism, in: Daijo Bukkyo no Kigen to Jittai ni kansuru Sogoteki Kenkyu – Saishin no Kenkyu Seika wo Fumaete [A comprehensive study of the origin and the facts of Mahāyāna Buddhism: taking into account the latest study] Tokyo, pp. 146-50. 
  • ZIN, M. 2007b, The Identification of Kizil Paintings II (3. Sudāya, 4. Bṛhaddyuti), in: Indo-Asiatische Zeitschrift 11, pp. 43-52; repr. in: Sanskrit on the Silk Route, ed. SHASHIBALA, Delhi: Bharatiya Vidya Bhavan, 2016, pp. 216-26.
  • ZIN, M. 2008a, Śabaras: The Vile Hunters in Heavenly Spheres, in: South Asian Archaeology 1999, Proceedings of the 15th International Conference of the European Association of South Asian Archae¬olo-gists in Leiden, ed. E. M. RAVEN, Groningen: Egbert Forsten, pp. 375-94.
  • ZIN, M., 2008b, The Identification of Kizil Paintings III (5. kalamacchedya, 6. Sundarika-Bhāradvāja), in: Indo-Asiatische Zeitschrift 12, pp. 50-61; repr. in: Sanskrit on the Silk Route, ed. SHASHIBALA, Delhi: Bharatiya Vidya Bhavan, 2016, pp. 227-40.
  • ZIN, M., 2009a, The Water Tank from Gandhara, in: Prajñādhara – Essays on Asian Art, History, Epi¬graphy and Culture in Honour of Gouriswar Bhattacharya, ed. G.J.R. MEVISSEN / A. BANERJI, New Delhi: Kaveri Books, pp. 7-21.
  • ZIN, M., 2009b, Vajrapāṇi in the Narrative Reliefs, in: Migration, Trade and Peoples, Part 2: Gandharan Art, The British Association for South Asian Studies, Pro¬cee¬dings of the 18th International Conference of the European Association of South Asian Archae¬olo¬gists in London 2005, ed. C. FRÖHLICH, London, pp. 73-88. Online publication: zenodo.org/record/253811.
  • ZIN, M., 2010a, Brahmanische Asketengräber, in: From Turfan to Ajanta, Festschrift for Dieter Schlingloff on the Occasion of his Eightieth Birthday, ed. E. FRANCO / M. ZIN, Lumbini International Research Institute, pp. 1075-98.
  • ZIN, M., 2010b, The Identification of Kizil Paintings IV (7. Kapila, 8. The Promise of the Four Kings), in: Indo-Asiatische Zeitschrift 14, pp. 22-30; repr. in: Sanskrit on the Silk Route, ed. SHASHIBALA, Delhi: Bharatiya Vidya Bhavan, pp. 241-52.
  • ZIN, M. 2010c, The Purchase of Jetavana in an Amaravati-Relief, in: Proceedings of the 19th Meeting of the European Association of South Asian Archaeology in Ravenna, Italy, July 2007, vol. II: Historic Periods, ed. P. CALLIERI / L. COLLIVA, Oxford: Archeopress, BAR, pp. 369-73.
  • ZIN, M., 2011a, Die Reliefs der Amaravati-Schule, in: Tribus, Jahrbuch des Linden-Museums Stuttgart 60, pp. 174-91.
  • ZIN, M., 2011b, Narrative Reliefs in Kanaganahalli – A Short Outline of Their Importance for Buddhist Studies, in: Marg 63.1, pp. 12-21.
  • ZIN, M., 2011c, The Identification of Kizil Paintings V (9. The painted dome from Simsim and its narrative programme, 10. Elapatra), in: Indo-Asiatische Zeitschrift 15, Berlin, pp. 57-69¸ repr. in: Sanskrit on the Silk Route, ed. SHASHIBALA, Delhi: Bharatiya Vidya Bhavan, 2016, pp. 253-70.
  • ZIN, M., 2011d, The Parable of “The Man in the Well”. Its Travels and its Pictorial Traditions from Amaravati to Today, in: Art, Myths and Visual Culture of South Asia, ed. P. BALCEROWICZ / J. MALINOWSKI, Delhi: Manohar, pp. 33–93.
  • ZIN, M., 2012a, Māndhātar, the universal monarch, and the meaning of representations of the cakravartin in the Amaravati School, and of the kings on the Kanganhalli stūpa, in: Buddhist Narrative in Asia and Beyond. In Honour of HRH Princess Maha Chakri Siringhorn on Her Fifty-Fifth Birth Anniversary, ed. P. SKILLING / J. MCDANIEL, Bangkok: Institute of Thai Studies, Chulalongkorn University, vol. 1, pp. 149-64.
  • ZIN, M., 2012b, When stones are all that survived. The case of Andhra Buddhism, in: Rocznik Orien-talistyczny 65.1, pp. 236-53.
  • ZIN, M., 2013a, Buddhist narrative depictions in Andhra, Gandhara and Kucha – similarities and differences that favour a theory about a lost “Gandharan School of Paintings”, in: Gandhara, Kucha no Bukkyo to Bijutsu, vol. 1 [Kokusai Symposium “Silk Road no Bukkyo Bunka – Gandhara, Kucha, Turfan” 2012. 11.3-5, Ryukoku Daigaku, Seika Houkokusho I]. Kyoto: Ryukoku Daigaku, March 2013, ed. A. MIYAJI, pp. 35-66.
  • ZIN, M., 2013b, The Identification of Kizil Paintings VI (11. The Descent of the Buddha from the Trāyastriṃśa Heaven of the god Indra, 12. Crossing of the River Gaṅgā – The Legend of the Umbrellas), in: Indo-Asiatische Zeitschrift 17, pp. 5-15; repr. in: Sanskrit on the Silk Route, ed. SHASHIBALA, Delhi: Bharatiya Vidya Bhavan, 2016, pp. 271-285.
  • ZIN, M. 2014a, Imagery of Hell in South, South East and Central Asia, in: Rocznik Orientalistyczny 67, pp. 269-96. //Japanese version in: Jigoku o egaku, Shūkyō shisō no kaiga hyōgen: Yūrashia no higashi to nishi 2. Tokyo: Keiō gijuku daigaku gengo bunka kenkyū jo 2014, Illustrating Hell: Illustrating Religious Thought in East and West Eurasia 2, Tokyo: Keio University EIRI Project, Proceedings of the Conference ‘Illustrating the Hell: The End of the World Seen in East and West Eurasia’, pp. 15-48.
  • ZIN, M., 2014b, Non-Buddhist narrative scenes at Nagarjunakonda, in: South Asian Archaeology and Art, Changing Forms and Cultural Identity: Religious and Secular Iconographies, Vol: 1, Papers from the 20th conference of the European Association for South Asian Archaeo¬logy and Art held in Vienna from 4th to 9th July 2010, ed. D. KLIMBURG-SALTER / L. LOJDA, pp. 77-89.
  • ZIN, M. 2015a, Buddhas Löwenstimme und das römische Wagenrad. Buddhistische Kunst im Reich der Satavahanas, in: Antike Welt 5/2015, pp. 51-56.
  • ZIN, M., 2015b, Nur Gandhara? Zu Motiven der klassischen Antike in Andhra (incl. Kanaganahalli), in: Tribus, Jahrbuch des Linden-Museums Stuttgart 64, pp. 178-205.
  • ZIN, M., 2015c, Pictures of paradise for good luck and prosperity: Depictions of themes irrelevant for enlightenment in the older Buddhist tradition (with special reference to the paintings of Ajanta), in: Mani-Sushma, Archaeology and Heritage (Dr. B.R. Mani Festschrift), ed. V. KUMAR / B. RAWAT, Delhi: B.R. Publishing Corporation, vol. 1, pp. 125-47, pls. pp. 49-56. // Japanese version in: Proceedings of the International Symposium “Illustrating Heaven: The Hereafter Seen in East and West Eurasia” at Mita Campus, Keio University, Tokyo, on March 4th 2014, for the EIRI Project sponsored by the MEXT–Supported Program for the Strategic Research Foundation at Private Universities 2009-2013), Tokyo: Keio University EIRI Project.
  • ZIN, M., 2015d, Reflections on the Purpose of the Kucha Paintings, in: Journal of the International Association of Buddhist Studies 38, pp. 373-90.
  • ZIN, M., 2015e, The Case of the “Repainted Cave” (Kizil, Cave 117), in: Indo-Asiatische Zeitschrift 19, pp. 19-27.
  • ZIN, M., 2015f, The jester and the vidūṣaka, in: „In ihrer rechten Hand hielt sie ein silbernes Messer mit Glöckchen...“ / „In her right hand she held a silver knife with small bells...“ Studien zur indischen Kultur und Literatur Studies in Indian Culture and Literature, Festschrift für Heidrun Brückner, ed. A. A. ESPOSITO / H. OBERLIN / K. J. STEINER / B. A. V. RAI, Wiesbaden: Harrassowitz, pp. 379-96.
  • ZIN, Monika, 2015g, The One Who was Against the Pavvajjā, in: Sanmati, Essays Felicitating Professor Hampa Nagarajaiah on the Occasion of his 80th Birthday, ed. L. SONI / J. SONI, Bengaluru: Sapna Book House, pp. 437-47.
  • ZIN, M., 2016a, Buddhist Narratives and Amaravati, in: Amaravati: The Art of an Early Buddhist Monument in Context, ed. A. SHIMADA / M. WILLIS, London: The British Museum, pp. 46-58.
  • ZIN, M., 2016b, Sanskrit literature and the Indian pictorial tradition in the paintings of Kucha, in: Sanskrit on the Silk Route, ed. SHASHIBALA, Delhi: Bharatiya Vidya Bhavan, pp. 99-112.
  • ZIN, Monika, 2016c, The Buddha’s Relics and the Nāgas, An attempt to throw light on some depictions in the Amaravati School, in: South Asian Archaeology and Art 2012, South Asian Religions and Visual Forms in their Archeological Context, ed. V. LEFÈVRE / A. DIDIER / B. MUTIN, Turnhout: Brepolis, vol. 2, pp. 757-776.
  • GUPTA, V. K. / ZIN, M., 2016, Parinirvāṇa Representations in the Art of Mathura: A Study Based on the Discovery of a Unique Parinirvāṇa Stele from the Varāha Temple of Mathura, in: Art of the Orient 5, ed. D. KAMINSKA-JONES / A. STASZCZYK, Torun: Adam Marszalek, pp. 37-60.
  • ZIN, M., 2017a, A Bizarre Story about Two Kings, Identification of some Andhra Reliefs as Scenes from the Sutasoma-Saudāsa Narrative, in: From Local to Global, Papers in Asian History and Culture, Prof. A.K. Narain Commemoration Volume, 1-3, ed. K. SHEEL / C. WILLEMEN / K. ZYSK, Delhi: Buddhist World Press, vol. 2, pp. 550-580.
  • ZIN, Monika, 2017b, Kucha no Bukkyo Setsuwa Bijutsu ni kansuru Kinnnen no Kenkyu Jokyo ni tsuite, in: Asia Bukkyo Bijutsu Ronshu, Central Asia (I), Tokyo: Chuo Koron Bijutsu Shuppan, pp. 333-366.
  • ZIN, M. 2017c, Narrated with Chisel and Paintbrush. On the Importance of Research into Art History for Understanding Buddhism – Some Examples, in: Rocznik Orientalistyczny 70,2, pp. 274–306.
  • ZIN, M., 2018a, Buddhist Art’s Late Bloomer: The Genius and Influence of Gandhara, in: Problems of Chronology in Gandhāran Art Proceedings of the First International Workshop of the Gandhāra Connections Project, University of Oxford, 23rd-24th March, 2017, ed. W. RIENJANG / P. STEWART, Oxford: Archaeopress Archaeology, pp. 103-121.
  • ZIN, M., 2018b, Ciñcā Māṇavikā, the Identification of Some Paintings in Kizil and a Gandhara Relief in the Asian Art Museum, Berlin, in: Saddharmāmṛtaṃ, Festschrift für Jens-Uwe Hartmann zum 65 Geburtstag, ed. O. VON CRIEGERN / G. MELZER / J. SCHNEIDER, Wien, Wiener Studien zur Tibetologie und Buddhismuskunde 93, pp. 541-59.
  • Zin, M., 2018c, Gandhara & Andhra: Varying Traditions of Narrative Representations (Some observa­tions on the arrangement of scenes citing the example of the Bodhisatva crossing the river Nairañjanā), in: Indo-Asiatische Zeitschrift 22, pp. 6-17.
  • Zin, M., 2018d, Some Details from the Representations of the Parinirvāṇa Cycle in the Art of Gandhara and Kucha: The Iconography of the Wandering Ascetics (Parivrājaka, Nirgrantha and Ājīvika), in: Art of the Orient 7, pp. 137-170.
  • Zin, M., 2018, Kanaganahalli in Sātavāhana Art and Buddhism: King Aśoka in Front of the bodhi Tree, in: Journal of the International Association of Buddhist Studies 41, pp. 537-568.
  • Zin, M., 2019, The Pañcatantra in Sogdian Paintings, in: Berliner Indologische Studien / Berlin Indological Studies 24, pp. 279-298.
  • Zin, M., 2019, The Techniques of the Narrative Representations in Old India. In: Image – Narration – Context: Visual Narratives in the Cultures and Societies of the Old World, Wagner-Durand, Elisabeth /Fath, Barbara / Heineman, Alexander (edd.). Heidelberg: Propylaeum, Freiburger Studien zur Archäologie & Visuellen Kultur, I, pp. 137-156.

Papers in Refereed National Journals

  • Pṛthivīsūkta of the Atharvaveda: A Study, in the Journal of Ganganath Jha Kendriya Sanskrit Vidyapith, Vol. LVI, Jan.-Dec., part 1-4, 2000, Allahabad 2003, pp. 235-248.
  • Spoken Sanskrit: It´s Past and Present: in the Journal of Ganganath Jha Campus, (LXVI 1-4), gen. Ed. R.V. Tripathi, eds. S. Jha and B. Biswal, Jan.-Dec. 2010, Allahabad 202, pp 147-162. (ISSN: 0377-0575)
  • Sanskrit for Children – With Special Reference to Teaching through Subhāṣitas: in the Journal of Ganganath Jha Campus, Rashtriya Sanskrit Sansthan, Allahabad, Volume 69, Jan.- Dec. 2013, pp. 331-335. (ISSN: 0377-0575)

Papers in Refereed International Journals

  • Prāṇasūkta of the Atharvaveda (XI. 4): A Cosmological Approach: in Bāli-Prajñā, Chief Editor, Subash Chandra Dash, International Journal of Indology and Culture, Bali Sanskrit Institute and University of Mahendradatta, Denpasar, Bali, Indonesia, Volume 2, Number 1, 2013, pp. 16-29. (ISSN: 2301-2709)

Papers in Nationally Edited Books

  • Cosmology in the Atharvaveda: A Brief Survey, in Harihara Śatadalam, Dr. Harihara Jha Felicitation Volume, Allahabad, 2000, Part II, pp. 15-31.
  • The Atharvavedic Skambhasūkta and its connection with the regional tradition of Orissa in: New Dimensions in the Atharvaveda (Prof. K. C. Acharya Commemoration Volume), ed. by Prafulla K.Mishra, Pratibha Prakashan, New Delhi, 2003, pp. 174-188. (ISBN: 81-7702-025-0)
  • Sacrifice and its Micro and Macrocosmic Significance with Special Reference to the Ucchiṣṭasūkta, in: Facets of Indology (M. M. Damodar Mohapatra Shastri Commemoration Volume, ed. by Subash Chandra Dash, Pratibha Prakashan, Delhi, 2005, pp. 59-69. (ISBN: 81-7702-098-6)
  • Terminology of Orissan Śilpa Śāstras, in: SAHṚDAYA, Studies in Indian and South East Asian Art (Dr. R. Nagaswamy Felicitation Volume), ed. by B. Bäumer, D. Handa, R. N. Misra, and C. Prapandvidya, Tamil Arts Academy (series- 12, November), Chennai, 2006, pp. 267 – 286.
  • A Brief Introduction to Saudhikāgama: An Unpublished Sanskrit Text on Temple Architecture, Iconography and Town Planning, from Orissa, in: Script and Image, Papers on Art and Epigraphy, ed. By A. Gail,  J. R. Gerd Mevissen, and R. Salomon, Papers of the 12th World Sanskrit Conference, Helsinki, Finland, 13-18 July 2003, Vol. 11.1, Motilal Banarsidass Publishers Pvt. Ltd. Delhi, 2006, pp. 99-109. (ISBN: 81-208-2944-1)
  • Significance of Kāma in Vedic Cosmogony: With Special Reference to the Atharvaveda, in: Nyāya Vasiṣṭha, Prof. V. N. Jha Felicitation Volume, ed. by Manabendu Banarjee, Sanskrit Pustak Bhandar, Kolkata, 2006, pp. 9-17.
  • The Guru in Bhima Bhoi’s Stuticintāmaṇi, Popular Religion and Ascetic Practices, New Studies on Mahimā  Dharma, ed. by Ishita Banerjee-Dube & Johannes Beltz, Manohar Publishers & Distributors, New Delhi, 2008, pp. 117-130. (ISBN: 81-7304-756-1)
  • “Pūrṇatā-pratyabhijñā, The Recognition of Fullness of M. M. Ācārya Rameshvar Jha, An introduction”, in: “Tantrapuṣpāñjali”, Tantric Traditions and Philosophy of Kashmir, Studies in Memory of Pt. H. N. Chakravarty, edited by Bettina Bäumer and Hamsa Stainton, published by Indira Gandhi National Centre for the Arts, New Delhi and Aryan Books International, New Delhi, 2017, pp. 271-287. (ISBN: 978-81-7305-590-4)

Papers in Internationally Edited Books

  • The Vedic notion of Skambha: With Special Reference to the Skambhasūktas of the Atharvaveda: in From Turfan to Ajanta, Festschrift for Prof. Dr. Dieter Schlingloff, ed. by. Prof. Eli. Franco and Prof. Monika Zin, Vol. I, Lumbini International Research Institute, Bhairahawa, Rupandehi, Nepal, 2010, pp. 169-182. (ISBN: 978-9937-553-02-5)
  • Spoken Sanskrit Today: in Sanskrit Review, ed. By Martin Bloomfield, published by the St. James International Sanskrit Examination Resource Society, London, No. 3 August 2011, pp. 38-45.
  • Spoken Sanskrit: it´s Past: in Sanskrit Review, ed. By Martin Bloomfield, published by the St. James International Sanskrit Examination Resource Society, London, No. 4 August 2012, pp. 18-30.

Stories

  • Saṃskāra: An Oriya story translated into Sanskrit: published in:   Kathāsarit, 5th Issue, ed. By Banamali Biswal and Narayana Dash, Allahabad, 2007.
  • Rumpelstilzchen: A German Fairy tale of Grimm Brothers, translated into Sanskrit: published in: Kathāsarit, Viśvakathāviśeṣāṅka, 13th-14th Issue, ed by Banamali Biswal and Narayan Dash, Allahabad, 2012.
  • A Story translated from Odia into Sanskrit, titled “Brāhmaṇa-śaṭhacatuṣṭaya-kathā”, A Brahmin and four Rogers, published in Saṃskṛta Pratibhā, Sahitya Akademi´s Quarterly Journal, Vol. 51, April 2014 - June 2014, ed. by Radhavallabh Tripathi, Published by Sahitya Akademi, New Delhi, India. (ISSN: 0558-376)  

Book Review

  • Saṅgamenābhirāmā of Dr. Banamali Biswal, pp. 12+68, 1st edition, 1996: in Dṛk, Chief Editor, G. C. Pande, Editors, S. K. Mishra, B. Biswal, Dṛgbhāratī, Allahabad, July-Dec. 1999, pp. 117-120.
  • Grundkurs Sanskrit: Eine Einführung in die Sprache der altindischen Erzählliteratur, by Otter, Felix, Bremen: Hempen Verlag, 2017, (ISBN 978-3-944312-44-6): in Asiatische Studien Etudes Asiatiques, Zeitschrift der Schweizerischen Asiengesellschaft Revue de la Societe Suisse-Asie, Editor of the Issue Malinar, Angilika, Editor in cheaf, Suter, Rafael, De Gruyter, pp. 685-691. (ISSN 0004-4717. E-ISSN 2235-5871).

Books

  • Subhāsita-Mañjarī: (A Selection of hundred Subhāsitas from Sanskrit Literature with English translation), Allahabad, 2001, Revised edition, Allahabad, 2004, 3rd revised edition 2008, 4th revised edition 2015. (ISBN: 978-81-920654-1-0)
  • Śilpa Prakāśa: Medieval Orissan Sanskrit Text on Temple Architecture, Revised, translated, and edited with, Bettina Baeumer and R. P. Das, Indira Gandhi National Centre for the Arts and Motilal Banarsidass (P) Ltd., Delhi, 2005. ( ISBN: 81-208-2052-5)
  • Sāmarasya: Studies in Indian Arts, Philosophy and Interreligious Dialogue in Honour of Prof. Bettina Bäumer, edited with Dr. Ernst Fürlinger, D. K. Printworld, New Delhi, 2005. (ISBN: 81-246-0338-3)
  • Bhima Bhoi: Verses from the Void, Mystic Poetry of an Oriya Saint, collaborated with the editors Bettina Bäumer and Johannes Beltz, Manohar Publishers, New Delhi 2010, (ISBN 978-81-7304-813-5).
  • The Charter of Viṣṇuṣeṇa: with Harald Wiese, Studia Indologica Universitatis Halensis, Band 11, Universitätsverlag Halle-Wittenberg UG, 2019. (ISBN 978-3-86977-194-6)
  • Paśyantī - Insights into Indian Traditions, Selected articles of Bettina Bäumer, (Edited), will be published by Indira Gandhi National Centre for Arts, and D.K. Printworld, New Delhi. (Forthcoming)
  • Hansa Wadkar: Hört zu, ich erzähle!, Aus dem Leben einer indischen Schauspielerin, Aus dem Marathi übersetzt, mit einer Einführung und einem Nachwort von Adele Hennig-Tembe, Heidelberg, 2020
  • Klaus Koppe, Feuer des Zorns. Kiepenheuer Verlag, Leipzig, 1985, 171 S.
  • Klaus Koppe, Mongolisch-Deutsches Wörterbuch. Verlag Enzyklopädie, Leipzig, 1988, 417 S. (mit H.-P. Vietze, G. Nagy, T. Dschzeden).
  • Klaus Koppe, Mongolische Epen XII - Jula aldar qagan und Uyan mönggün qadagasun in Asiatische Forschungen Band 118, 1992, Verlag Otto Harrassowitz, Wiesbaden, 389 S.
  • Klaus Koppe, Mongolische Epen XIII - Fünf Epen aus Xinjiang in Asiatische Forschungen Band 127, 1993, Verlag Otto Harrasssowitz, Wiesbaden, 304 S.
  • Klaus Koppe, Mongolische Epen XIV - Dshangar - Ein oirat-mongolischer Epenzyklus. voraussichtlich 1300 S. (in Vorbereitung).
  • Klaus Koppe, Buudlaa - Buulaa -Buir nor - Abgeschossen - Abgestürzt - Am Buir nuur. Ein deutsch-chinesisches Luftfahrtunternehmen vor 65 Jahren in Mongolische Notizen, Zeitschrift der Deutsch-Mongolischen Gesellschaft, Nr. 5, 1996, S. 32-42.
  • Klaus Koppe, Der Wind der Poesie weht durch die mongolische Steppe in Lindenau Museum Der Sprachforscher Hans Conon von der Gabelentz - Eine Reflexion von Olaf Wegewitz, 1998, Altenburg, S. 32-36 (Wissenschaftlicher Textbeitrag).

Ausgewähle Publikationen

  • The Laghukatha: A Historical and Literary Analysis of a Modern Hindi Prose Genre, Berlin & New York: DeGruyter 2003.
  • ‘Politics of Translation: The Difficult Journey of Hindi Literature onto the German Market’, in: Guttman, Anna, Hockx, Michel & Georges Paizis (Hg.), The Global Literary Field, London: Cambridge Scholars Press 2006, S. 228-246.
  • ‘Daheim in der Fremde? Zur Inszenierung der „Heimat“ im Hindifilm Aa ab laut chalen’, in: Meurer, Ulrich & Maria Oikonomou (Hg.), Fremdbilder – Auswanderung und Exil im internationalen Kino, Bielefeld: transcript 2009, S. 143-174.
  • ‘George Abraham Grierson’s Literary Hindustan’, in: Harder, Hans (Hg.), Literature and Nationalist Ideology: Writing Histories of Modern Indian Languages. Delhi: Social Science Press 2010, S. 176-208.
  • ‘The Hidden Spatiality of Literary Historiography: Placing Tulsi Das in the Hindi Literary Landscape’, in: Environment, Space, Place, vol. 5, no. 2, 2013,  S. 35-64.

In Vorbereitung

  • ‘The Spatial Canon of Hindi Literary Histories of the 19th and 20th Century’ [Arbeitstitel]

2018

  • “The Imagery of Indian Matchmaking. Community, Class and Gender in a transnational online matrimonial market”. In: Skoda, U./Lettman, B. (Hg.) India and Its Visual Cultures. Community, Class and Gender in a Symbolic Landscape. Sage.

 2017

  • Bhandari, Parul and Fritzi-Marie Titzmann (Eds.): "Changing Family Realities in South Asia?" SAMAJ, South Asia Multidisciplinary Academic Journal, Special Issue No 16, 2017.
    [siehe online-Publikationen]

2015

  • “Media mobility and convergence within India’s matrimonial market“, in: Schneider/Richter (Hg.) (2015). New Media Configurations and Socio-Cultural Dynamics in Asia and the Arab World. Nomos: Baden-Baden.

2014

  • Mit Nadja-Christina Schneider (Hg.)(2014). Studying Youth, Media and Gender in Post-Liberalisation India. Focus on and beyond the ‘Delhi Gang Rape'. Berlin: Frank & Timme, Reihe: Kommunikationswissenschaft, Band 6.
  • „’The Voice of the Youth’ – Locating a new public sphere between street protest and digital discussion“, in: Schneider /Titzmann (Hg.)(2014). Studying Youth, Media and Gender  in Post-Liberalisation India. Focus on and beyond the ‘Delhi Gang Rape'. Berlin: Frank & Timme.
  • „Der indische Online-Heiratsmarkt. Medienpraktiken und Frauenbilder im Wandel“. Berlin: Frank & Timme, 2014.

2013

  • “Changing Patterns of Matchmaking: The Indian Online Matrimonial Market”. In: Asian Journal of Women’s Studies, published by the Asian Center for Women's Studies (ACWS) and Ewha Womans University Press, Korea. Vol. 19, No. 4/2013 (peer-reviewed).

2011

  • “Matchmaking 2.0: The Representation of Women and Female Agency in the Indian Online Matrimonial Market”. In: Media and Social Identities in India - and beyond. Special Edition of Internationales Asienforum -International Quarterly for Asian Studies. Vol. 42, No. 3-4/2011 (peer-reviewed).
  • “Medialisation and Social Change. The Indian Online Matrimonial Market as a New Field of Research”. In: Nadja-Christina Schneider and Bettina Gräf (Hrsg.) (2011): Social dynamics 2.0: researching change in times of media convergence. Case studies from the Middle East and Asia. Berlin: Frank & Timme (Internationale und Interkulturelle Kommunikation, 8).

Publikationslisten Forschende

Hier finden Sie die Publikationslisten der Mitarbeitenden in Drittmittelprojekten unseres Instituts.

Professor Franco ist im Ruhestand, leitet aber als Universitätsangehöriger noch einige Forschungsprojekte. Seine Publikationsliste finden Sie daher auf der Seite für ehemalige Mitarbeiter.

ausgewählte Publikationen

auf Englisch:

  • "Sthiramati and the Thesis of Mental Awareness Accompanying Sensory Awareness”, in in Wiener Zeitschrift für die Kunde Südasiens / Vienna Journal of South Asian Studies, Verlag der Österreichischen Akademie der Wissenschaften Austrian Academy of Sciences Press. Vienna forthcoming.
  • “Jitāri's Vijñaptimātratāsiddhi.” in Reverberations of Dharmakīrti’s Philosophy, Proceedings of the Fifth International Dharmakīrti Conference Heidelberg, August 26 to 30, 2014. Ed. by Birgit Kellner and Patrick McAllister and Horst Lasic and Sara McClintock, Vienna, 2020, pp. 1-19.
  • (Together with Eli Franco) "Rare Manuscripts of Works by Jitāri", in Sanskrit manuscripts in China II, Proceeding of a panel at the 2012 Bejing Seminar on Tibetan Studies, August 1 to 5. Ed. by Lasic, Horst and Li, Xuezhu, China Tibetology Publishing, Beijing 2016.
  • "On the Notion of Kaidaoyi (*Avakāśadānāśraya) as Discussed in Xuanzang’s Cheng weishi lun", in: A Distant Mirror: Articulating Indic Ideas in Sixth and Seventh Century Chinese Buddhism, Hamburg Buddhist Studies, 3. Ed. by Chen-kuo Lin / Michael Radich. Hamburg: Hamburg University Press 2014, pp. 271–311. [Download: http://hup.sub.uni-hamburg.de/volltexte/2014/146/chapter/HamburgUP_HBS03_Chu_LinRadich_Mirror.pdf]
  • "Sanskrit fragments of Dharmakīrti’s Santānāntarasiddhi", in Religion and Logic in Buddhist Philosophical Analysis, Proceedings of the Fourth International Dharmakirti Conference, Vienna, August 23-27, 2005, Osterreichische Akademie Der Wissenschaften Philosophisch-Historische Klasse Denkschriften 424: Beitrage Zur Kultur- Und Geistesgeschichte Asiens (Book 424). Ed.   by Krasser Helmut, Lasic Horst, Franco Eli, Kellner Birgit, Austrian Academy of Sciences Press. Vienna, 2012, pp. 33-42.
  • "Some Problems Concerning the 'Earlier Dissemination of Buddhism' (bstan pa snga dar) in Tibetan History", in Journal of Buddhist Studies, Vol. IX, 2011. Colombo, 2011, pp. 79-122.
  • "On bimba and pratibimba in the Saṃdhinirmocanasūtra §8,7", in Journal of Buddhist Studies, Vol. VIII, 2010. Colombo, 2010, pp. 147-164.
  • "On Dignāga’s Theory of the Object of Cognition as Presented in PS(V) 1" in Journal of the International Association of Buddhist Studies, Volume 29 • Number 2 • 2006 (2008), the International Association of Buddhist Studies, Inc. Vienna 2008, pp. 211–253. [Download: https://journals.ub.uni-heidelberg.de/index.php/jiabs/article/viewFile/8978/2871]
  • "A Study of Sataimira in Dignāga’s Definition of Pseudo-Perception (PS 1.7cd-8ab)" in Wiener Zeitschrift für die Kunde Südasiens / Vienna Journal of South Asian Studies, Verlag der Österreichischen Akademie der Wissenschaften Austrian Academy of Sciences Press. Wien 2004, pp. 113-149.
  • "The Ontological Problem in Tsoṅ kha pa’s prasaṅga Theory: the Establishment or Unestablishment of the Subject (dharmin) of an Argument", in Tibetan Studies, Vol. I. Ed. by Helmut Krasser et al., Wien 1997, pp. 157-177.
  • "A Study of Bon-po Funeral Ritual in Ancient Tibet, Deciphering the Pelliot Tibétain Mss 1042", in Theses on Tibetology in China, Beijing 1991, pp. 91-158.

auf Chinesisch:

  • Zong ka ba ping zhuan (mit Wang Yao) (Chinesisch) [Tsoṅ kha pa – eine kritische Biographie und Untersuchung seiner Mādhyamika-Lehre] Taibei 1992; zweite erweiterte Ausgabe: Nanjing 1995, pp. 1-244.
  • Xi zhang (mit Xiong Wenbin et al.) (Chinesisch) [Tibet (Einführung in die tibetische Geschichte und Kultur)], Beijing 1994, pp. 1-188.
  • "Lun tu bo sang zhang yi gui de fo jiao hua – dun huang gu zhang wen xie juan P.T. 236 jie du" (Chinesisch) [Über die Buddhisierung der Bon po Begräbnisfeier: Eine annotierte Übersetzung des in Dunhuang gefundenen alttibetischen Manuskripts P.T. 236] in Xi zhang yan jiu [Tibet Forschung] 1, Lhasa 1990, pp. 45-69.
  • "Tu bo yuan gu shi zhu ‚cha‘ ‚mu‘ kao – P.T. 1042 jie du" (Chinesisch) [Eine Studie zu den tibetischen Clans in grauer Vorzeit ‚cha‘ und ‚mu‘: Eine annotierte Übersetzung des in Dunhuang gefundenen alttibetischen Manuskripts P.T. 126] in Xi zhang yan jiu [Tibet Forschung] 1, Lhasa 1991, pp. 1-47.
  • "Tu bo ben jiao sang zhang yi gui yan jiu – dun huang gu zhang wen xie juan P.T. 1042 jie du I-II" (Chinesisch) [Eine Studie zur Bon po Begräbnisfeier im alten Tibet: Eine annotierte Übersetzung des in Dunhuang gefundenen alttibetischen Manuskripts P.T. 1042. Teil I], in Zhong guo zhang xue [Tibetologie in China], 3, Beijing 1989, pp. 15-34.
  • "Tu bo ben jiao sang zhang yi gui yan jiu – dun huang gu zhang wen xie juan P.T. 1042 jie du I-II" (Chinesisch) [Eine Studie zur Bon po Begräbnisfeier im alten Tibet: Eine annotierte Übersetzung des in Dunhuang gefundenen alttibetischen Manuskripts P.T. 1042. Teil II], in Zhong guo zhang xue [Tibetologie in China], 4, Beijing 1989, pp. 118-135.
  • "A di xa yu shi yi si ji xi zhang xi bu de fo jiao" [Atīśa und der Buddhismus in Westtibet im 11. Jahrhundert], in Xi zhang yan jiu [Tibet Forschung], 2, Lhasa 1989, pp. 55-69

Sammelbände

  • 2021 
    with Lucia Galli, eds. The Selfless Ego: Configurations of Identity in Tibetan Life Writing. New York: Routledge. (ISBN 9780367693985 forthcoming)
  • 2020
    with Natalia Moskaleva, Daniel Wojahn, Jed Forman, and Maria Smirnova, eds. 2020. New Currents on the Neva River: Proceedings of the Fifth International Seminar of Tibetan Studies. edition tethys: wissenschaft 3. Potsdam: edition tethys. ISBN 978-3-942527-10-1
  • 2017
    with Jeannine Bischoff, Lewis Doney, Jörg Heimbel, and Emilia R. Sulek. Ancient Currents, New Traditions: Papers Presented at the Fourth International Seminar of Young Tibetologists. edition tethys: wissenschaft 1. Potsdam: edition tethys.

Special Issues

  • 2020
    with Lucia Galli, eds. The Selfless Ego II. Conjuring Tibetan Lives. Special Issue, Life Writing 17.3.
  • 2020
    with Lucia Galli, eds. The Selfless Ego I. Memory and Imagination in Tibetan Hagiographical Writing. Special Issue, Life Writing 17.2.
  • 2020
    with Natalia Moskaleva, Daniel Wojahn, Jed Forman, and Maria Smirnova, eds. 2020. New Currents on the Neva River: Proceedings of the Fifth International Seminar of Tibetan Studies. Special Issue, Revue d'Etudes Tibétaines 55. http://himalaya.socanth.cam.ac.uk/collections/journals/ret/pdf/ret_55.pdf
  • 2016
    with Jeannine Bischoff, Lewis Doney, Jörg Heimbel, and Emilia R. Sulek, eds. Ancient Currents, New Traditions: Papers Presented at the Fourth International Seminar of Young Tibetologists. Special issue, Revue d'Etudes Tibétaines 37 http://himalaya.socanth.cam.ac.uk/collections/journals/ret/pdf/ret_49_04.pdf

Buchkapitel

  • 2019
    “Representation of Power and Hegemony in Contemporary Fiction from Amdo: Tséring Döndrub’s Novel Fog” In Mapping Amdo: Dynamics of Power edited by Jarmila Ptáčková, Ute Wallenböck, and Bianca Horlemann, 221–240. Archív orientální: Supplementa XI. Prague: Oriental Institute.
  • 2018
    “Inner Emigration and Concealed Writing. Folk Literary Elements in Contemporary Fiction from Tibet.” In Tibetan Subjectivities on the Global Stage: Negotiating Dispossession edited by Shelly Bhoil and Enrique Galvan-Alvarez, 133–151. Lanham: Lexington Books.
  • 2018
    with Hou Haoran. “The Melong in Context: A Survey of the Earliest Tibetan Language Newspapers 1904–1960” In The Mirror, Tibetan Journal of Kalimpong. Current Research edited by Francoise Wang. Paris: Institut d'Etudes tibétaines.
  • 2018
    “Media and Printing in Tibet since 1950. A Preliminary Survey of Tibetan Language Journals and Magazines.” In Modernizing the Tibetan Literary Tradition edited by Pavel Grokhovskiy, 110–134. Saint Petersburg: St Petersburg Univ Press.
  • 2015
    “Tibetan Mass Media: A Preliminary Survey of Tibetan Language Newspapers.” In The Illuminating Mirror: Tibetan Studies in Honour of Per K. Sørensen on the Occasion of his 65th Birthday, edited by Olaf Czaja and Guntram Hazod, 155–71. Contributions to Tibetan Studies 12. Wiesbaden: Reichert.
  • 2013
    with Per K. Sørensen. “Tibetan Proverbial Literature: Semantics and Metaphoricity in Context.” In Nepalica-Tibetica: Festgabe für Christoph Cüppers. Vol. 2., edited by Franz-Karl Ehrhard und Petra Maurer, 237–51. Beiträge zur Zentralasienforschung 28. Andigast: International Institute for Tibetan and Buddhist Studies (IITBS).
  • 2011
    “Constructed Identities and Contemporary Tibetan Literature: The Fiction of the A-mdo-ba Skyabs-chen bde-grol and the Lha-sa-ba Dpal-’byor.” In Mapping the Modern in Tibet. Edited by Gray Tuttle, 419–34. Beiträge zur Zentralasienforschung 24. Halle (Saale): International Institute for Tibetan and Buddhist Studies (IITBS).
  • 2007
    “Magical Realism and Tibetan Literature.” In Contemporary Tibetan Literary Studies. Edited by Steven J. Venturino, 133–46. Leiden: Brill. https://doi.org/10.1163/ej.9789004155169.i-160.37

Zeitschriftenbeiträge

  • 2020
    “Genealogy, Autobiography, Memoir: The Secular Life Narrative of Doring Tenzin Penjor.” In “The Selfless Ego II: Conjuring Tibetan Lives.” edited by Franz Xaver Erhard and Lucia Galli. Special issue, Life Writing 17. (3): 327–345. https://doi.org/10.1080/14484528.2020.1737496.
  • 2020
    with Lucia Galli. “Editorial: The Selfless Ego II: Conjuring Tibetan Lives.” In “The Selfless Ego II: Conjuring Tibetan Lives.” edited by Franz Xaver Erhard and Lucia Galli. Special issue, Life Writing 17. (3): 297–304. https://doi.org/10.1080/14484528.2020.1785985 .
  • 2020
    with Lucia Galli. “The Selfless Ego I: Memory and Imagination in Tibetan Hagiographical Writing.” In “The Selfless Ego I: Memory and Imagination in Tibetan Hagiographical Writing.” edited by Lucia Galli and Franz Xaver Erhard. Special issue, Life Writing 17. (2): 153–159. https://doi.org/10.1080/14484528.2020.1728069.
  • 2019
    “Aspects of Social Status in the Biography of Doring Paṇḍita.” In “Reflections on Social Status: Proceedings of two conferences of the Franco-German project ‘Social Status in the Tibetan World’.” Edited by Lucia Galli and Peter Schwieger. Special issue, Revue d’études tibétaines (RET).49: 93–121. http://himalaya.socanth.cam.ac.uk/collections/journals/ret/pdf/ret_49_04.pdf.
  • 2013
    “Remembering History in Amdo: Three Literary Accounts for the Years from 1956 to 1976.” In “Current Issues and Progress in Tibetan Studies: Proceedings of the Third International Seminar of Young Tibetologists.”: Edited by Tsuguhito Takeuchi, Kazushi Iwao, Nishida Ai, Seiji Kumagai, and Meishi Yamamoto. Special issue, Kobe City University of Foreign Studies Journal of Research Institute 51: 103–23. http://id.nii.ac.jp/1085/00001778/.
  • 2013
    with Per K. Sørensen. “An Inquiry into the Nature of Tibetan Proverbs.” Proverbium. Yearbook of International Proverb Scholarship 30: 281–309.
  • 2010
    “Virtuelle Schlachten: Tibetische Intellektuelle diskutieren im Internet.” Tibet und Buddhismus 92: 4. https://www.tibet.de/fileadmin/migration/pdf/tibu/2010/tibu92_12_Franz-Xaver_Erhard_Tibet.pdf
  • 2008
    “Der schmale Pfad. Dhöndrub Gyal und die neue tibetische Literatur.“ Chökhor. Tibethaus-Journal 46: 55–57.
  • 2007
    with Stephanie Römer. “‘Die Kanonen des Feindes gleichsam auf ihn selber richten.‘ Interkulturelle Auseinandersetzungen der Herrnhuter Brüderunität im Westhimalaja.” Zentralasiatische Studien (36): 237–62.
  • 2006
    “Auf dem schmale Grat. Annäherungen an die zeitgenössische tibetische Literatur.“ Tibet Forum 3: 6–8.
  • 2005
    “Der schmale Pfad: Tibetische Literatur in der Gegenwart.” Das Neue China 4: 19–22.

Buchbesprechungen

  • 2019
    “Jabb, Lama: Oral and Literary Continuities in Modern Tibetan Literature. The Inescapable Nation. Lanham/Boulder/New York/London: Lexington Books 2015.” Orientalistische Literaturzeitung 114 (2): 85–87. https://doi.org/10.1515/olzg-2019-0055.
  • 2018
    Social Regulation: Case Studies from Tibetan History. ed. Saul Mullard and Jeannine Bischoff, Leiden 2017.” Revue d’études tibétaines (RET) 46: 149–153. http://himalaya.socanth.cam.ac.uk/collections/journals/ret/pdf/ret_46_04.pdf
  • 2018
    “Wörterbuch der tibetischen Schriftsprache by Herbert Franke, Jens-Uwe Hartmann and Thomas O. Höllmann.” Central Asiatic Journal 61 (1), 187–89.
  • 2016
    “Virtanen, Riika J. Tibetan Written Images. A Study of Imagery in the Writings of Dhondup Gyal.” Orientalistische Literaturzeitung 111 (2): 190–92. https://doi.org/10.1515/olzg-2016-0073
  • 2009
    “Windpferdchen [Review of Buddhas Leuchten & Kaisers Pracht. Die Pekinger Sammlung Hermann Speck von Sternburg, Bd. 1 hrsg. Von Claus Demel & Wolf-Dietrich Freiherr von Speck von Sternburg, Leipzig 2008]” Kunst und Auktionen 37 (7): 46.
  • 2007
    “Ellen Bangsbo: Teaching and Learning in Tibet – A Review of Research and Policy Publications.” ASIEN (103): 111.
  • 2006
    “Andrew Martin Fischer: State Growth and Social Exclusion in Tibet. Challenges of Recent Economic Growth” ASIEN (99): 105

Enzyklopädiebeitrage

  • 2020
    "Doring Tenzin Peljor," Treasury of Lives, http://treasuryoflives.org/biographies/view/Doring-Tenzin-Peljor/5306.
  • 2020
    Historical Dictionary of Tibet. 2nd ed. Edited by John Powers und David Templeman. Lanham: Scarecrow Press [forthcoming]: entry on Tibetan Newspapers and Periodicals
  • 2009
    Kindlers Literatur Lexikon. 3., völlig neu bearbeitete Auflage. Edited by Heinz Ludwig Arnold. Stuttgart: Verlag J.B. Metzler. (Kindlers Literatur Lexikon Online: www.kll-online.de): entries on “A khu ston pa'i sgrung”, “Alai: Biogramm”, “Alai: Chen'ai luoding”, “Don-grub rgyal (Biogramm)”, “Dpal 'byor: Biogramm”, “Dpal-'byor: Gtsug g.yu.”

Übersetzungen (Tibetisch – Deutsch)

  • 2009
    Translation of four short stories in Alice Grünfelder (Hrsg.). 2009. Der Flügelschlag des Schmetterlings: Tibeter erzählen. Zürich: Unionsverlag:
    • Döndrub Gyel. “Der schmale Pfad.” [Rkang lam phra mo], 230–235.
    • Pema Tseten.“Schneekinder.” [Gangs], 196–208.
    • Tagbum Gyel. “Aufzeichnungen eines Hundehalters.” [Ha pa gsos pa'i nyin tho], 104–138.
    • Tsering Döndrup.“Ralo.” [Ra lo], 166–188.

Dokumentarfilm

  • 2008
    „Tibetteppiche“ (documentary, Germany, 2008, 43min) Arte/NDR, directed by Edgar Wolf and Gesine Enwaldt. (Producer, Translator, Tibetological Advisor)

Authored Book

  • 2006 Samādhipāda. Das erste Kapitel des Pātañjalayogaśāstra zum ersten Mal kritisch ediert. (Samādhipāda. The First Chapter of the Pātañjalayogaśās¬tra for the First Time Critically Edited). Aachen: Shaker, 2006 (Studia Indologica Universitatis Halensis) (Geisteskultur Indiens. Texte und Stu¬dien 9).   

Edited Books

  • 2017 Together with Elisa Freschi. Adaptive Reuse: Aspects of Creativity in South Asian Cultural History. Wiesbaden: Harrassowitz, 2017 (Abhandlungen für die Kunde des Morgenlandes 101).
  • 2009 Guest editor, together with Jürgen Hanneder, Text Genealogy, Textual Criticism and Editorial Technique = Wiener Zeitschrift für die Kunde Südasiens 52-53 (2009-2010).

Book Chapters

  • 2017c On the Meaning of Rasāyana in Classical Yoga and Ayurveda. History of Science in South Asia 5.2 (2017), p. 66–84.
  • 2017b From Theory to Poetry: The Reuse of Patañjali’s Yogaśāstra in Māgha’s Śiśupālavadha. In: Elisa Freschi and Philipp A. Maas (eds.), Adaptive Reuse: Aspects of Creativity in South Asian Cultural History. Wiesbaden: Harrassowitz, 2017 (Abhandlungen für die Kunde des Morgenlandes 101). p. 29–62.
  • 2017a Together with Elisa Freschi. Introduction. In: Elisa Freschi and Philipp A. Maas (eds.), Adaptive Reuse: Aspects of Creativity in South Asian Cultural History. Wiesbaden: Harrassowitz, 2017 (Abhandlungen für die Kunde des Morgenlandes 101). p. 11–24.
  • 2014 Der Yogi und sein Heilsweg im Yoga des Patañjali. In: Karin Steiner (ed.), Wege zum Heil(igen): Sakralität und Sakralisierung in hinduistischen Traditionen? Wiesbaden: Otto Harrassowitz, 2014, p. 65-90.
  • 2013b A Concise Historiography of Classical Yoga Philosophy, in: Eli Franco (ed.), Periodization and Historiography of Indian Philosophy. Vienna: Sammlung de Nobili, Institut für Südasien-, Tibet- und Buddhismuskunde der Universität Wien, 2013 (Publications of the De Nobili Research Library, 37), p. 53-90.
  • 2013a On What to Do With a Stemma – Towards a Critical Edition of Carakasaṃhitā Vimānasthāna 8. In: Dominik Wujastyk, Anthony Cerulli, Karin Preisendanz (eds.), Medical Texts and Manuscripts in Indian Cultural History. New Delhi: Manohar Publishers, 2013, p. 29-61. Second, thoroughly corrected and revised edition of 2009b.
  • 2010d Computer Aided Stemmatics. The Case of Fifty-Two Text Versions of Carakasaṃhitā Vimānasthāna 8.67-157. In: Jürgen Hanneder and Philipp A. Maas (guest eds.), Text Genealogy, Textual Criticism and Editorial Tech¬nique = Wiener Zeitschrift für die Kunde Südasiens 52-53 (2009-2010), p. 63-119.
  • 2010c On the Written Transmission of the Pātañjalayogaśāstra. In: Johannes Bronkhorst and Karin Preisendanz (eds.): From Vasubandhu to Caitanya. Studies in Indian Philosophy and its Textual History. Delhi etc.: Motilal Banarsidass, 2010 (Papers of the 12th World Sanskrit Conference 10.1), p. 157-172.
  • 2010a Valid Knowledge and Belief in Classical Sāṅkhya Yoga. In: Piotr Balcerowicz (ed.), Logic and Belief in Indian Philosophy. Delhi etc.: Motilal Banarsidass, 2010 (Warsaw Indological Studies 3), p. 371-380.
  • 2009a The So-called Yoga of Suppression in the Pātañjala Yogaśāstra. In: Eli Franco (ed.) in collaboration with Dagmar Eigner, Yogic Perception, Meditation, and Altered States of Consciousness. Vienna: Verlag der Österreichischen Akademie der Wissenschaften, 2009 (Sitzungsberichte der phil.-hist. Klasse 794 = Beiträge zur Kultur- und Geistesgeschichte Asiens 64), p. 263-282.
  • 2008c A Phylogenetic Approach to the Transmission of the Tibetan Kanjur — The Akṣayamatinirdeśa Revisited. In: Dragomir Dimitrov et al. (eds.), Bauddhasāhityastabakāvalī. Essays and Studies on Buddhist Sanskrit Lite-rature. Dedicated to Claus Vogel by Colleagues, Students, and Friends. Marburg: Indica et Tibetica (Indica et Tibetica 36), p. 229-243.
  • 2008b ‘Descent with Modification’: The Opening of the Pātañjalayogaśāstra. In: Walter Slaje (ed.), with a Preface by Edwin Gerow, Śāstrārambha. Inquiries into the Preamble in Sanskrit. Wiesbaden: Harrassowitz (Abhandlungen für die Kunde des Morgenlandes 62), p. 97-119.

Articles in Journals

  • 2015 On Discourses of Dharma and the Pañcatantra. Wiener Zeitschrift für die Kunde Südasiens 55 (2013-2014), p. 5-31.
  • 2011 On the Position of Classical Āyurveda in South Asian Intellectual History According to Global Ayurveda and Modern Research. Horizons: Seoul Journal of Humanities 2,1 (2011), p. 113-126.
  • 2010b On What Became of the Carakasaṃhitā After Dṛḍhabala’s Revision. eJournal of Indian Medicine 3.1 (2010), p. 1-22.
  • 2009b Towards a Critical Edition of the Carakasaṃhitā Vimānasthāna — First Results. Indian Journal of History of Science 44.2 (2009), p. 163-185.
  • 2008a The Concepts of the Human Body and Disease in Classical Yoga and Āyurveda. Wiener Zeitschrift für die Kunde Südasiens 51 (2007/2008), p. 125-162.
  • 2003 Zur Stellung zweier Handschriften des tibetischen Akṣayamatinirdeśasūtra aus Mustang innerhalb der kanonischen Überlieferung. Zentralasiatische Studien 32 (2003), p. 11-34.

Catalogue Entries

  • 2012c Volume 17 mdo bsde, dza Acc. No. 20.483, in: Helmut Eimer (ed.): A Catalogue of the Kanjur Fragment from Bathang Kept in the Newark Museum. Wien: Arbeitskreis für tibetische und buddhistische Studien der Universität Wien, 2012 (Wiener Studien zur Tibetologie und Buddhismuskunde 75), p. 76-85.
  • 2012b (together with Helmut Eimer) Volume 11 mdo bsde, ta Acc. No. 20.488, in: Helmut Eimer (ed.): A Catalogue of the Kanjur Fragment from Bathang Kept in the Newark Museum. Wien: Arbeitskreis für tibetische und buddhistische Studien der Universität Wien, 2012 (Wiener Studien zur Tibetologie und Buddhismuskunde 75), p. 34-37.
  • 2012a Volume 10 mdo bsde, ja Acc. No. 20.491, in: Helmut Eimer (ed.): A Catalogue of the Kanjur Fragment from Bathang Kept in the Newark Museum. Wien: Arbeitskreis für tibetische und buddhistische Studien der Univer¬sität Wien, 2012 (Wiener Studien zur Tibetologie und Buddhismuskunde 75), p. 21-34.

Edited Book Submitted for Publication / in Print

  • 2016 together with Elisa Freschi. Adaptive Reuse: Aspects of Creativity in South Asian Cultural History. Wiesbaden: Harrassowitz, 2016 (Abhandlungen für die Kunde des Morgenlandes #). 371 p.

Articles and Book Chapters Submitted for Publication / in Print

  • 2016 Together with mit Elisa Freschi. “Introduction”. In: Elisa Freschi and Philipp A. Maas (eds.), Adaptive Reuse: Aspects of Creativity in South Asian Cultural History. Wiesbaden: Harrassowitz, 2016. p. 11-24.
  • 2016 “From Theory to Poetry: The Reuse of Patañjali’s Yoga in Māgha’s Śiśupālavadha”. In: Elisa Freschi and Philipp A. Maas (eds.), Adaptive Reuse: Aspects of Creativity in South Asian Cultural History. Wiesbaden: Harrassowitz, 2016. p. 27-60.
  • 2016 “Efficacy Matters: Human Sacrifice, Karma and Asceticism in Jantu’s Tale of the Mahābhārata”. In: Marcus Schmücker and Sven Sellmer (eds.), Fate, Freedom, and Prognostication in Indian Traditions. Vienna 2016. Ca. 28 p.
  • 2016 Together with Noémie Verdon. “On the Hermeneutics of Yoga in al-Bīrūnī’s Kitāb Pātanğal”. In: Karl Baier, Philipp A. Maas and Karin Preisendanz (eds.), Yoga in Transformation. Vienna 2016. 47 p.
  • 2016 “Indian Medicine and Ayurveda”. In: Alexander Jones, Liba Taub (eds.), The Cambridge History of Science. Vol. 1. Ancient Sciences. Cambridge etc.: Cambridge Univerity Press, 2016. Ca 20 p.
  • 2016 “‘sthirasukham āsanam’ – Posture and Performance in Classical Yoga and Beyond”. In: Karl Baier, Philipp A. Maas and Karin Preisendanz (eds.), Yoga in Transformation. Vienna 2016. 60 p.

Authored Book in Preparation

  • 2016 together with Karin Preisendanz and Cristina Pecchia. Philosophy and Medicine in Early Classical India. The Carakasaṃhitā Vimānasthāna 8 for the first time critically edited [working title]. Vienna: Austrian Academy of Sciences, 2016. (Two volumes, ca. 600 p.)

 Edited Book in Preparation

  • 2016 together with Karl Baier and Karin Preisendanz. Yoga in Transformation. [working title]. Vienna: Vienna University Press, 2016 (ca. 500 p.).

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