IATS 2013: Panel on Tibetan and Mongolian Ritual Dance: Call for PapersGeoffrey Samuel (Cardiff University/University of Sydney) and Ann David (University of Roehampton)We invite proposals for papers on Tibetan and Mongolian ritual dance (’cham, tsam and related genres) for a panel at the Thirteenth Seminar of the International Association for Tibetan Studies, which is to take place in Ulaanbaatar from 21 to 27 July 2013.Ritual dance, given its spectacular and public nature, has received…See More
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Since I seem to be getting drawn into the argument, I'll add a couple of comments.
(1) I don't have any problems with deconstruction - my original Fagernes piece was largely concerned with trying to critique…"
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