Эцэг/эхийн нэр: Ж
Эрдмийн зэрэг: Докторант
PhD candidate in Socio-cultural anthropology, joint program of MIASU, University of
Cambridge and National University of Mongolia
M.A. in Buddhist Studies, University of Hong Kong, Hong Kong (2005)
Shastri in Buddhist and Tibetan Studies, Central University of Tibetan Studies, Sarnath,
Varanasi, India (2002)
B.A. in Buddhist Studies, Zanabazar Buddhist University, Ulaanbaatar, Mongolia (1994)
Албан тушаал: Багш
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- 2013 The Practice of Buddhism in Kharkhorin and its Revival (co-edited with Yuki Konagaya, Mary Rossabi and Morris Rossabi). Osaka: National Museum of Ethnology.
- 2011 Masterpieces of Mongolian Buddhist Art from the Museums of Mongolia Volume 1, Part I & II: Thangkas, Embroideries, and Appliqués (co-edited with Zara Fleming). Chicago: Serindia Publications.
- 2008 The Verses of Praise for the Awakening Mind and the Middle View”(co-edited with Vesna Wallace), Ulaanbaatar: New Mind Pringting.
- Mongolian Buddhism: Identity, Practice and Geopolitics. 2013. In The Mongolian Collections. Retracing Hans Leder. Lang Maria-Katharina and Bauer Stefan, eds. Pp. 25-35. Vienna: Austrian Academy of Sciences Press.
- Pali Tipitaka. 2013. Journal of Philosophy and Religious Studies. Ulaanbaatar: School of Social Sciences, Mongolian National University 14 (385): 237-247.
- Glimpse of Mongol Buddhist ritual with the lens of anthropological theory. 2011. Journal StudiaEthnologica. Ulaanbaatar: Instituti Historiae Academiae Scientiarum Mongoli XX (1-23): 241-253.
- A Comparative Overview of Theravāda and Mahāyāna Doctrine and Practice. 2010. Journal of Philosophy and Religious Studies. Ulaanbaatar: School of Social Sciences, Mongolian National University 336/60/: 173-180.
- Negotiating Self and Other: Transnational cultural flows and the reinvention of Mongolian Buddhism (co-author with Bernhard Schittich) 2010. Internationales Asien Forum.International Quarterly for Asian Studies. 41 (1-2): 83-102.
- The origin of Buddhism as a critical response to Sassatavāda and Ucchedavāda. 2007. Journal of Philosophy and Religious Studies. Ulaanbaatar: School of Social Sciences, Mongolian National University 228 (41).
- Masterpieces of Mongolian Buddhist Art from the Museums of Mongolia Volume 1, Part I & II: Thangkas, Embroideries, and Appliqués, a translation of thangka descriptions from Mongolian to English. Chicago: Serindia Publications, 2011
- Sutras of sacred places in Bayanhongor aimag, a translation of offering texts from Tibetan to English. Ulaanbaatar: Munkhiin useg, 2007.
- Sacralising Mongol Khans: Mongol Empire and Buddhism. Conference on Contemporary issues in Mongolian Buddhology, Ulaanbaatar, Mongolia, May 21, 2015.
- The 10th Jebstundamba: Collaborative project between Tibeto-Mongolian Buddhism. 13th Seminar of the International Association for Tibetan Studies, Ulaanbaatar, Mongolia, July 21-27, 2013.
- Conduct of Monks in the wisdom mirror of Vagendra Jnanabhadra. Conference on Erdene Mergen Bandida Agwaansishsambuu Studies, Mongolian University of Culture and Arts, Ulaanbaatar, Mongolia, Dec 12, 2012.
- Mongolian Buddhism and Geopolitics. Research panel Anthropological research, Open Society Discipline Group Meeting, Istanbul, Turkey, Nov 15-18, 2012.
- The Issues of 10th Jebtsundamba: Mongolian Buddhism in geopolitical entanglement. Conference on Mongolia in Anthropological Research: Recent decades, Mongolia, Ulaanbaatar, July 18-22, 2012.
- Enthronement on the lion throne: On the path of institualizating Mongolian Buddhism. Symposium on “Anthropological Insights from Mongolia”, Austria, Vienna, March 27, 2012.
- Food and Spirituality: Veganism in Mongolia. Conference on Anthropological Studies on Food Security. China Agriculture University, Beijing, Dec 10, 2011.
- Man eats meat, animal eats grass: Veganism in the land of “man”. Research panel “Spiritual after communism”, Open Society Discipline Group Meeting, Istanbul, Turkey, Nov 17-20, 2011.
- There is Enlightenment but None Who Attains It: The Concept of “I” in Indian Buddhist Philosophy. Research panel “What is “I””, Open Society Discipline Group Meeting, Izmir, Turkey, Apr 7-10, 2011.
- “Negotiating Self and Other: Transnational cultural flows and the reinvention of Mongolian Buddhism”. Conference on From Mongol Empire to Modern Mongolia, the National University of Mongolia, Ulaanbaatar, August 13, 2010.
- Buddhism in Mongolia: Issues of Leadership in Buddhist Institution. Conference on Buddhism in Mongolia: Rebirth and Transformation, Smith College, Northampton, March 27-29, 2009.
GRANTS AND SCHOLARSHIPS
- Wenner Gren Institutional Development Grant (2010-2013)
- Academic Fellowship Program of the Open Society Foundations (2010-2014)
- CARTI Junior Fellowships of the Open Society Foundations (2008-2010)
- Gerda Henkel Research Grant (2008-2009)
- Tung Lin Kok Yuen Scholarship for outstanding academic achievement (2004-2005)
- Cultural Exchange Programme Scholarship, the Government of India (1994-2001)
- Advanced: Mongolian, English, Tibetan, Hindi, Sanskrit
- Intermediate: Pali, Russian, Chinese