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Charles Albert Edward Ramble (urodzony 1957) jest antropologiem i byłym wykładowcą uniwersyteckim na wydziale Studiów nad Tybetem i Himalajami w Instytucie Orientalnym Uniwersytetu Oxford. Od 2009 profesor i dyrektor studiów (wydziału historii i filologii tybetańskiej) w Ecole pratique des hautes études (EPHE, Sorbonne) w Paryżu. Aktualnie przewodniczący Międzynarodowego Towarzystwa Studiów Tybetańskich (International Association for Tibetan Studies - IATS); powołał 10. seminarium IATS w Oxfordzie w 2003.

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Charles Albert Edward Ramble (urodzony 1957) jest antropologiem i byłym wykładowcą uniwersyteckim na wydziale Studiów nad Tybetem i Himalajami w Instytucie Orientalnym Uniwersytetu Oxford. Od 2009 profesor i dyrektor studiów (wydziału historii i filologii tybetańskiej) w Ecole pratique des hautes études (EPHE, Sorbonne) w Paryżu. Aktualnie przewodniczący Międzynarodowego Towarzystwa Studiów Tybetańskich (International Association for Tibetan Studies - IATS); powołał 10. seminarium IATS w Oxfordzie w 2003.

Dr Ramble spędził ponad 15 lat w Nepalu i Tybecie oraz opublikował cztery książki związane z głównymi obszarami jego badawczych zainteresowań: pielgrzymki, religia bon, społeczna religia Himalajów i historia społeczna. W 2006 wybrany na przewodniczącego Międzynarodowego Stowarzyszenia Studiów Tybetańskich. Mąż francuskiej antropolog dr Anne de Sales (CNRS Nanterre) także specjalizującej się w Nepalu; mają razem dwie córki.

Publikacje:


  • 1980 "Recent books on Tibet and the Buddhist Himalaya", Journal of the Anthropological Society of Oxford 11(2)
  • 1982 "Status and death: mortuary rites and attitudes to the body in a Tibetan village", Kailash 9, 333-59
  • 1983 "The founding of a Tibetan village: the popular transformation of history", Kailash10(3-4), 267-90
  • 1985 "Buddhist people of the north Nepal borderland", in S. J. Locke (ed.): The Buddhist Heritage of Nepal, Kathmandu
  • 1987a (with M. Vinding) "The 'Bem-chag village record and the early history of Mustang District", Kailash 13(1-2), 5-48
  • 1987b "The Muktinath Yartung: a Tibetan harvest festival in its social and historical context", L'Ethnographie 83(100-101), 221-25
  • 1990a "The headman as a force for cultural conservation: the case of the Tepas of Nepal", in N.K. Rustomji and C. Ramble (eds): Himalayan Environment and Culture
  • 1990b "How Buddhist are Buddhist communities? The construction of tradition in two lamaist villages", Journal of the Anthropological Society of Oxford 21(2), 185-97
  • 1992-93 "A ritual of political unity in an old Nepalese kingdom", Ancient Nepal nos. 130-133
  • 1993a "Rule by play in southern Mustang", in C. Ramble and M. Brauen (eds): Anthropology of Tibet and the Himalaya, Zürich
  • 1993b *"Reflections of a plant-hunter in Nepal: an interview with Dr. Tirtha Bahadur Shrestha", European Bulletin of Himalayan Research no. 5
  • 1993c "Whither, indeed, the tsampa-eaters?" Himal September–October 1993
  • 1994a "Civic authority and agrarian management in southern Mustang: remarks on a nineteenth-century land-tax register from Kagbeni", Ancient Nepal no. 135
  • 1994b "Writings in Monochrome", Himal July–September 1994
  • 1995 "Gaining ground: representations of territory in Bon and Tibetan popular tradition. The Tibet Journal Spring 1995
  • 1995 (with C. Seeber) "Dead and living settlements in the Shod-yul of Mustang", Ancient Nepal no. 138
  • 1996a "Patterns of places", in A.-M. Blondeau and E. Steinkellner (eds): Reflections of the Mountain: essays on the history and social meaning of the mountain cult in Tibet and the Himalaya, Wien, Verlag der österreichischen Akademie der Wissenschaften
  • 1996b "Mustang, the ancient kingdom of Lo", Asian Art and Culture 9(3), Fall 1996 (special issue on the Himalayas)
  • 1997a "The Creation of the Bon Mountain of Kongpo", in A.W. Macdonald (ed.): Mandala and Landscape, Delhi: D.K. Printworld
  • 1997b "Tibetan pride of place; or, why Nepal's Bhotes are not an ethnic group", in D. Gellner and J. Pfaff (eds): Politics and Ethnicity in a Hindu Kingdom, London: Harwood
  • 1997c "Se: notes on the distribution of an archaic ethnonym in Tibet and Nepal", in S. Karmay and Ph. Sagant (eds): Les Habitants du Toit du Monde, Paris: Société d'Ethnologie, Nanterre
  • 1998a "The classification of territorial divinities in Pagan and Buddhist rituals of South Mustang", in A.-M. Blondeau (ed.): Tibetan Mountain Deities, their Cults and Representations, Wien: Verlag der österreichischen Akademie der Wissenschaften
  • 1998b (with John Harrison) "Houses and households in Southern Mustang", Ancient Nepal no. 140, 23-37
  • 1998c (with John Harrison) "Watermills in Mustang: notes on architecture, function and management", Ancient Nepal no. 140, 39-52
  • 1998d "The Mustang villages of Kag, Te and Khyinga: an introduction to history, ethnicity and the idea of place", Beiträge zur Allgemeinen und Vergleichenden Archäologie, Band 18, Mainz: Verlag Philipp von Zabern, 147-82
  • 1999 "A literary biography of Michael Aris", European Bulletin of Himalayan Research 17, 103-16
  • 2000 The secular surroundings of a Bonpo ceremony: games, popular rituals and economic structures in the mDos-rgyab of Klu-brag monastery (Nepal). In S. Karmay and Y. Nagano (eds) New Horizons in Bon Studies. Proceedings of a conference held in Osaka, August 1999. Osaka: National Museum of Ethnology.
  • 2001a Art without artists: Robert Powell’s Mustang collection. In M. Oppitz (ed.), Robert Powell: Himalayan Drawings. Zurich: Völkerkundemuseum der Universität Zürich.
  • 2001b (With P. Boyer) Cognitive templates for religious concepts: cross-cultural evidence for recall of counter-intuitive representations. Cognitive Science 25 (4).
  • 2002a The Victory Song of Porong. In K. Buffetrille and H. Diemberger (eds), Territory and Identity in Tibet and the Himalayas. Leiden: Brill.
  • 2002b Temporal disjunction and collectivity in Mustang, Nepal. Current Anthropology 43, supplement, August–October.
  • 2003a (With M. Kind) Bonpo monasteries and temples of the Himalayan region. In S.G. Karmay and Y. Nagano, eds, A Survey of Bonpo Monasteries in the Himalaya. Osaka: National Museum of Ethnology.
  • 2003b (With N. Gutschow) Up and down, inside and out: notions of space and territory in Tibetan villages of Mustang, Nepal. N. Gutschow, A. Michaels and C. Ramble (eds) Sacred Landscape in the Himalaya. Wien: Verlag der Österreichischen Akademie der Wissenschaften.
  • 2007 The Navel of the Demoness: Tibetan Buddhism and Civil Religion in Highland Nepal. New York: Oxford University Press.


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