Mapping Amdo : dynamics of change / edited by Jarmila Ptáčková and Adrian Zenz.

  • English
  • Tibetan
  • Chinese
Prague : Oriental Institute, The Czech Academy of Sciences, 2017.
263 pages : illustrations (some color), maps (some color) ; 24 cm.


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Text in English, Tibetan, and Chinese.
Introduction : mapping Amdo : people and places in an ongoing transition / Emilia Róża Sulek and Jarmila Ptáčková -- Ecological change on the Tibetan plateau and the human interface : pastoralists as agents and victims of environmental impact / Andreas Gruschke -- Mapping tertiary graduate student trends and advertised public sector recruitment in the Amdo and Kham Tibetan regions / Adrian Senz -- The abstract state : dilemmas of sovereignty and scale among Tibetans in China / Charlene Makley -- The warrior in the mountain and his people : Labtse mountain cult and its social significance in an Amdo Tibetan village / Rahel Tsering -- Understanding Tibetan attitudes toward sacred natural sites in the Gato Jowo (Sga stod jo bo) sacred mountains, in the Sanjiangyuan National Nature Reserve / Awang Jimed -- Descent and houses in Rebong (Reb gong) : group formation and rules of recruitment among eastern Tibetan Tsho ba / Reinier Langelaar -- Gtsang A rig : a Tibetan tribe classified as Mongol / Ute Wallenböck -- The Nyen Collection (Gnyan 'bum) and Shenrab Miwo of Nam / Daniel Berounský.
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