Cahiers d'Extrême-Asie 24 (2015)

Cahiers d'Extrême-Asie 24 (2015)

Cahiers d'Extrême-Asie 24 (2015)

Date de publication
07-2017

Auteur publication

Revue bilingue de l'École française d'Extrême-Orient section de Kyoto

 

TABLE DES MATIÈRES

Brandon DOTSON
À nos lecteurs
Note sur la transliteration et la transcription phonétique / Note on Transliteration and Phonetics

Contributions
- Brandon DOTSON, Naming the King: Accession, Death, and Afterlife through the Re-, Un-, and Nick-Naming of Tibet's Kings
- Lewis DONEY, Early Bodhisattva-Kingship in Tibet: The Case of Tri Songdétsen
- Nathan W. HILL, The sku bla Rite in Imperial Tibetan Religion
- Megan BRYSON, Tsenpo Chung, Yunnan wang, Mahārāja: Royal Titles in Narratives of Nanzhao Kingshipbetween Tibet and Tang China
- Christian JAHODA & Christiane KALANTARI, Kingship in Western Tibet in the 10th and 11th Centuries
- Carl YAMAMOTO, "Only Kingly Deeds": Zhang Tselpa and the Symbolism of Kingship
- Adam C. KRUG, Pakpas Verses on Governance in Advice to Prince Jibik Temür: A Jewel Rosary
- Ruth GAMBLE & YANGMOTSO, Servant-like Lords and Heavenly Kings: Jangchup Gyeltsen and the Fifth Dalai Lama on Governance and Kingship
- ISHIHAMA Yumiko, The Dalai Lama as the cakravarti-rāja as Manifested by the Bodhisatva Avalokiteśvara
- Martin MILLS, The Perils of Exchange: Karma, Kingship and Templecraft in Tibet
- Marie LECOMTE-TILOUINE, The Fictional Kings of Nepal: An Exploration of the Monarchs Pluri-Selfhood
 
Rapports de recherche
Jeehee HONG & TJ HINRICHS, Unwritten Life (and Death) of a "Pharmacist" in Song China: Decoding Hancheng 韓城 Tomb Murals
 
Comptes rendus
Per K. SØRENSEN
Peter SCHWIEGER,
The Dalai Lama and the Emperor of China: A Political History of the Tibetan Institution of Reincarnation