The Tibet Journal
Spring 2005 Vol. XXX no. 1
[Articles] [Review Article] [Book Reviews] [Conference Paper] [Contributors]
"Aspects of the Tibetan Theatre Question,"
"Tibetan (Bhoti)--An Endangered Script in
"Some Traits of the Ladakhi Speech in Comparison
with Dajongka (Sikkimese),"
Sacred Visions. Early paintings from Central Tibet
The Original Reiki Handbook of Dr. Mikao Usui
Tibetan & Japanese Literatures
Contributors, p. 115
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Anandmayee Gosh has been engaged in Linguistic study in the field of Sino-Tibetan studies since ten years at the Vishva Bharati at Shantiniketan in India. She has visited China, Austria, England and Denmark with academic endeavour. Her publications include several papers in Research Journals of India and abroad such as The Tibet Journal, Lakadkh Studies, and Bulletin of Tibetology.
Antonio Attisani teaches theatre history at the University Ca' Foscari of Venice (Univ. of Venice School of Literature), Italy. In collaboration with Ramon Prats and Alredo Cadonna, he has organised a seminar on Iha mo at Fondazione G. Cini, Venice in 2001. A respected Italian theater critic, he has edited an encyclopedia of twentieth century theater around the world and is the author of A ce lha mo: Study on the shapes of the tibetana teatralita (Orientalia Venetiana- XI, Leo S. Olschki Publisher Florence) and many research articles.
Hubert Decleer received MA in oriental philosophy and history from the University of Louvain. He completed his PhD thesis at Kathmandu's Tribuvan University. He is currently Senior Faculty Advisor with the Tibetan Studies/Himalayan Studies program of Studies Abroad, for the School of International Training, Brattleboro, Vermont, USA. His works include Machig Labdron and the Foundations of Chod (with Jerome Edou, Wisdom Publications) and many research artices and book reviews.
Ngawang Tsering Shakspo heads the Leh branch Academy of the Jammu and Kashmir Academy of Art, Culture and Language. He graduated from Benaras Hindu University in Ancient Indian History and Archaeology. He is the editor of four serial publications in Ladakhi and Tibetan (Shes-rab-zom, Lo-akhor-gyi-deb, Folk Songs of Ladakh and Folk Tales of Ladakh) and is the author of An Insight into Ladakh, A Bibliography of Ladakh (with John Bray), A History of Buddhism in Ladakh.
Tsering Thondup is a clinical practitioner and lecturer of Tibetan Medicine at Qusar Tibetan Healing Centre. Trained in both theoretical and practical aspects of Tibetan Medicine, he has authored several books including How to Study Tibetan Medicine: A Commentary on Root Tantra, Tibetan Medicine: A Unique and Comprehensive Amalgamation of Science, Art and Philosophy and several articles and book reviews.
Tsewang Gyalpo Arya, former chief of the New Delhi-based Paljor Publications, is among the few Tibetans studying and conducting comparative research on Tibetan and Japanese literature. His books include a lexicon titled English-Japanese-Tibetan Conversational Hand Book and Tibetan and Japanese folk tales namely Clever Rabbit and Pon Tiger, The Mouse King, Wisdom's Pill, and Kaguya Hime (all published by Paljor Publications, New Delhi).
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Webber Philip McEldowney