ISSN 2768-4261 (Online)

A Journal of Tibetan Literature, Arts and Humanities

Vol. 3, No. 1 (2023)

Table of Contents

Patricia Schiaffini-Vedani and Shelly Bhoil
Intergenerational Trauma and the Oracular Voice in Tsering Yangzom Lama’s Debut Novel
Holly Gayley
The Changing Human-Snow Leopard Relationship in Ladakh
Padma Rigdzin
Lama Dampa’s Open Letter Promoting Vegetarianism
Daniel Wojahn
Flowers and Dreams: Literary Realism and Renunciation in a Lhasa Nightclub
Erin Burke
Intangible Cultural Heritage: An Unfortunate Conceptual Blind Spot for the Tibetans
Isabelle Henrion-Dourcy
Photographs from Tibet: Charles Bell or Rabden Lepcha?
Kunsang Kyirong
Statement on Losel Yauch’s Art Installation ‘Wind Horse’
Angelica Jopling
Animaqing, Animaqing 阿尼玛卿,阿尼玛卿 (Amnye Machen, Amnye Machen)
Kamila Hladíková
The Return of Polyandry: Kinship and Marriage in Central Tibet
Santiago Lazcano
Under the Blue Skies
Jigme Wangchuk
A History of Buddhism in India and Tibet
Michael Ium
Common Ground: Tibetan Buddhist Expansion and Qing China’s Inner Asia
Yewong Tenzin Dongchung
Decolonizing Praxis: In Conversation with Tsering Yangzom Lama and Dawa Lokyitsang
Holly Gayley
A Conversation with Lopön Pema Dorjé on the Transmission of Buddhist Scripture
Patrick Dowd
Geleck Palsang, the Director
Tenzin Dickie
The Fate of an Unknown Woman
Kunchok Rabten (Trans. Stanzin Lhaskyabs)
There’s No
Tsering Döndrup (Trans. Choegyal Kyab)
The Wandering Singer
Tsering Woeser (Trans. Patricia Schiaffini-Vedani)
To My Departed Beloved Late Gonpo Tsering 
Kelsang Lhamo (Trans. Lama Jabb)
Praise to the Lord Yak
Drogön Chogyal Phagpa (Trans. Lhamo Kyab)
Brief Poems
Trinley Kunkyab (Trans. Athena Daya)
Characteristics of HH Drikung Kyabgon
Khenpo Konchok Molam (Trans. Chime Lama)
Four Poems
Kalden Rangdröl Dhatsenpa
Two Acrostic Poems
Sangngak Tenzin Rinpoche (Trans. Lowell Cook)
The Final Photo of Gendun Chophel
Go Sherab Gyamtso
Dreaming at the Sage’s Abode: Biographical Sketches of Four Living Tibetan Nuns
Kelsang Lhamo (Trans. Miranda Smith)
Quietly Through a Tibetan Lens: The Cinematic Legacy of Pema Tseden
Tenzing Sonam
The Dream
Menlakyap (Trans. Tsering Samdrup)