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Our Great Qing: The Mongols, Buddhism, and the State in Late Imperial China
Although it is generally believed that the Manchus controlled the Mongols through their patronage of Tibetan Buddhism, scant attention has been paid to the Mongol view of the Qing imperial project.Expand
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(Asian Studies + Anthropocene)4
  • J. Elverskog
  • History
  • The Journal of Asian Studies
  • 1 November 2014
In his Jungian-inspired utopianism, Joseph Campbell (1988, 32) once declared that the famous “Blue Marble” shot of earth from space (see figure 1) could potentially become a symbol of a new mythologyExpand
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The Jewel Translucent Sūtra: Altan Khan and the Mongols in the Sixteenth Century
The first full-fledged critical edition and historical study of the Erdeni Tunumal Sudur, the Mongolian history of Altan Khan and his descendants, offering a full-range English-written historical andExpand
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Our great Qing
JOHAN ELVERSKOG Although it is generally believed that the Manchus controlled the Mongols through their patronage of Tibetan Buddhism, scant attention has been paid to the Mongol view of the QingExpand
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Two Buddhisms in Contemporary Mongolia
In a recent overview of the ‘two Buddhisms’ thesis of Buddhism in the West, Paul Numrich argued for the continued validity of this typology. In particular, through an extensive overview of currentExpand
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Buddhism and Islam on the Silk Road
Introduction Chapter One: Contact Chapter Two: Understanding Chapter Three: Idolatry Chapter Four: Jihad Chapter Five: Halal Conclusion Notes Index Acknowledgments
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