The Dynamic Correlations of Religious and Musical Authority Constructed in Tibetan Buddhist Ritual Music: A Case Study of Rumtek Monastery
My research considers what the main element enacts and these correlations among all the elements in Tibetan Buddhist rituals.
The South Asia Research Institute at ANU announces its biennial conference that brings together scholars, policymakers and cultural practitioners to take stock of recent developments.
This one-day workshop will examine women’s lives in Asia and the Pacific today in light of the history of Japanese military sexual slavery (i.e., the ‘comfort women’ system) during the wartime 1930s and 1940s.
CAP Joint History-IR Workshop: ‘History of International Relations in the 21st Century: A search for an inter-disciplinary approach in conversation with George Lawson’
Knowledge of history of international relations influences how we understand current international affairs.
Social hierarchy has generally been understood in South Asia within the framework of ‘caste’: a Hindu social system that classifies the population into groups based on the religious ideas of purity and pollution, commensal restrictions, ritual vocations and occupational specialisations.
The Centre’s annual Summer School is a flagship educational event on Australia’s linguistics calendar.