Professor Morris Rossabi on The Mongols and the Sea Thursday, March 28, 2019 at 4 pm Room 1122, School of Global and International Studies 355 North Jordan Avenue, Indiana University, Bloomington, Indiana
Room 2067, Hamilton Lugar School of Global and International Studies
Tsangwang Gendun Tenpa “Stylistic Differences in Tibetan Thangka Painting.” Tsangwang Gendun Tenpa (Tshangs dbang Dge 'dun bstan pa) is deputydirector and chief curator of the Chengdu Dargye Himalayan Art andCulture Museum (Khrun tu'u Hi ma la ya'i rig gnas bshams ston khang ).Trained as a painter, he has been engaged since 2012 in the research ofmore than three · thousand objects in the Dargye Museum. He is author ofseveral publications, including a book-length study of the gzi stone, orTibetan agate= Gzi dmar= Deng rahs Bod/ kyi lhug rtsom phyogs sgrig. [Red_..Agate= A Compilation of Contemporary Tibetan Essays], 2018-
Join us on Thursday October 17 for a lecture by Dr. Matthew King, Associate Professor of Transnational Buddhism in the Department of Religious Studies, University of California-Riverside. The lecture, "Ocean of Milk, Ocean of Blood" A Mongolian Monk in the Ruins of the Qing Empire" will be on from 5:30-7:30 pm in the Global and International Studies Building, room 2067.