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State, Society, and Tibetan Buddhism in Contemporary China

State, Society, and Tibetan Buddhism in Contemporary China Dr. Gerald Roche@GJosephRocheg.roche@unimelb.edu.auANTH30003Society, Politics, and the Sacred

TibetNot Just Tibetans, Not Just Buddhists

Tibetan BuddhismGeoffrey Samuel

Bodhi orientation

Pragmatic orientation

Karma orientation

Tibetan BuddhismGeoffrey Samuel

Mixed orientations

Tibetan BuddhismGeoffrey Samuel

Shamanic Buddhism

Clerical Buddhism

Tibetan BuddhismClerical and Shamanic

Tibetan BuddhismRobert Ekvall Religious Work

Faith: dadpa Verbalization: cheendon Offerings: mchodpa Salutations: shyag Circumambulation: korwa Divination: mo

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References Caple, Jane. 2015. Faith, Generosity, Knowledge and the Buddhist Gift: Moral Discourses on Chinese Patronage of Tibetan Buddhist Monasteries. Religion Compass 9(11):462-482.Gaerrang (Kabzung). 2015. Development as Entangled Knot: The Case of the Slaughter Renunciation Movement in Tibet, China. Journal of Asian Studies. 74(4):927-952.Gayley, Holly. 2016. Controversy over Buddhist Ethical Reform: A Secular Critique of Clerical Authority in the Tibetan Blogosphere. Himalaya: The Journal of the Association for Nepal and Himalayan Studies. 36(1): 22-43.Gayley, Holly. 2013. Reimagining Buddhist Ethics on the Tibetan Plateau. Journal of Buddhist Ethics. 20:246-286.Power, John. 2016. The Buddha Party: How the Peoples Republic of China Works to Define and Control Tibetan Buddhism. Oxford: Oxford University Press.Roche, Gerald and Sa mtsho skyid. Purity and Fortune in Phug sde Village Rituals. https://www.academia.edu/1772774/Purity_and_Fortune_in_Phug_sde_Tibetan_Village_Rituals Samuel, Geoffrey. 2012. Introducing Tibetan Buddhism. London: Routledge. Yeh, Emily. 2013. Blazing Pelts and Burning Passions: Nationalism, Cultural Politics, and Spectacular Decommodification in Tibet. Journal of Asian Studies 72(2):319-344.

ImagesTibetan Muslims: anonymous, WeChatBodhi orientation; by Achmad Munasit : http://idealist4ever.com/wp-content/uploads/2016/03/0ru.jpgKarma orientation; anonymous: http://www.exploretibet.com/blog/tibet-kaleidoscope-of-prayer-wheels/Pragmatic orientation; by me: https://www.flickr.com/photos/geraldroche/6971663719/in/album-72157629558658273/ Mixed orientation; by me: https://www.flickr.com/photos/geraldroche/9553885876/in/album-72157635147919607/ Clerical Buddhism: http://www.thetibetpost.com/images/stories/June-2016/Serta-Larung-Kham-Tibet.jpgShamanic Buddhism photograph by Lugyal BumClerical and Shamanic: https://au.pinterest.com/pin/156851999499794066/ Drolma Girl: http://blogs.harvard.edu/genderedtibet/2016/09/03/drolmasheep/; https://triciakehoe.com/2016/09/04/the-politics-of-animal-release-in-contemporary-tibet-part-one/

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