Daniel Wojahn

College:

Wolfson College

Course:

DPhil Tibetan & Himalayan Studies

Thesis Title:

Good governance and the rise of legality in 14th century central Tibet

Contact:

daniel.wojahn@orinst.ox.ac.uk

 

Educational Background:

2017 – 2019 Language instructor at the Institute of Indology and Central Asian Studies (Leipzig University)

2016 – present     Freelance Indexer for the database project “Index Buddhicus” for BRILL publishing house

2013–2016 M.A. Tibetan and Mongolian Studies Institute of Indology and Central Asian Studies, Leipzig University
Thesis title: “A Mongolian Book of the Dead from the 18th Century: Analysis and glossary of the first chapter of the Sonusuγad tonilγaγči sudur.“

2009–2013 B.A. Anthropology, Indology and Central Asian Studies Institute of Indology and Central Asian Studies, Leipzig University
Thesis title: “Ache Lhamo: How was Tibetan opera used as a political tool and how did it influence Tibetan societies and cultures?”

 

Research Interests:

Tibetan History, Mongolian and Central Asian History, Performing Arts (A lce lha mo), Proverbs

 

Recent Publications:

  • 2021. “Glimpses of The Oral History of Tibetan Studies”. Buddhist Studies Review 38 (2): 253-64. https://doi.org/10.1558/bsrv.21197.
  • Forthcoming. "The Ache Lhamo rnam thar as a mirror of Tibetan culture." In Proceedings of the 60th Anniversary of the Tibetan Institute of Performing Arts Conference in Dharamsala, India.
  • 2020. “Teaching the Living through the Tibetan Book of the Dead: Exploration into the Context and Content of an 18th-century Mongolian Block Print.” In Revue d’Etudes Tibétaines 55, 522–553.
  • 2020. Erhard, Franz X., N. Moskaleva, Daniel Wojahn, et al. New Currents on the Neva River: Proceedings of the 5th International Seminar of Young Tibetologists. tethys Wissenschaft 3. Potsdam: CAoss.
  • 2020. "Sa skya". Database of Religious History, Vancouver, BC: University of British Columbia. https://religiondatabase.org/browse/841/
  • 2016. “Preservation and Continuity: The Ache Lhamo Tradition Inside and Outside the Tibet Autonomous Region”, Revue d’Etudes Tibétaines 37, 534–550.

 

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