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Per Kværne

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Per Kværne was born in Oslo. In 1970 he received the mag.art. degree in Sanskrit at the University of Oslo. From 1970 to 1975 he worked as a lecturer in the history of religion at the University of Bergen. In 1973 he received the dr.philos. degree from the University of Oslo with his thesis An Anthology of Buddhist Tantric Songs. From 1975 to 2007 he was professor of the history of religion at the University of Oslo, and he is now a professor emeritus.

Namgyal Nyima Dagkar

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Geshe Namgyal Nyima Dagkar - a Tibetan, the specialist in the fields of the ancient culture and history of the Western Tibet and Himalayan borderland; the author of the Tibetan language textbook and Zhang Zhung language dictionary. He has the geshe degree, attained at Menri Monastery in India. In the West he worked as a researcher in the fields of history and literature of Tibet at Universities of Bonn (Germany), Oslo (Norway) and Leiden (Netherlands). He taught Tibetan language at Uniwersities in Marburg, Leipzig and Bonn.

Samten Gyaltsen Karmay

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Samten Gyeltsen was born in 1936 in Sharkhog, eastern Tibet. He received religious training in Dzogchen meditation from his uncle. He completed his studies in the Bon monastery in 1955, obtaining the degree of Geshe. He earned an M. Phil degree at the School of Oriental and African Studies in London. His work is focused on the study of Tibetan myths, beliefs, Bon religion and religious history.

Dmitry Ermakov

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The author of the "Bo and Bon" book. Born in 1967 in St. Petersburg (then Leningrad), Russia, which he left for the UK in 1993 with his wife.

Charles Ramble

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Charles Albert Edward Ramble (born 1957) is an anthropologist and former University Lecturer in Tibetan and Himalayan Studies at the Oriental Institute, Oxford University. Since 2009 he has been Professor and Directeur d'études (Histoire et philologie tibétaines) at the Ecole pratique des hautes études (EPHE, Sorbonne), Paris. He is currently the president of the International Association for Tibetan Studies (IATS) and convened the 10th seminar of IATS at Oxford in 2003.



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