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Guest lecture: State Formation in Sikkim – A New Approach to Sikkimese History

March 4, 2013 - 15:15-17:00

The Tibetan and Himalayan Studies guest lecture, by Dr. Saul Mullard, will take place in Seminar room 2, P. A. Munch’s House, Monday 4 March 15.15-17.00.

Dr. Mullard, who is currently a full-time (non-resident) researcher at Ecole Pratique des Hautes Études (Paris), received his D.Phil in Oriental Studies from the University of Oxford in 2009. From 2009-2011 he held an overseas fellowship from the Leverhulme Trust (UK), leading a project on the cataloguing and digitalisation of the Sikkimese Palace Archive. This resulted in the publication of “Royal Records: A catalogue of the Sikkimese Palace Archive” co-compiled with Hissey Wongchuk in 2010. Since then he has written one monograph, “Opening the Hidden Land” (2011: Brill), edited a four volume series on Tibetan foreign relations, “Critical Readings on the History of Tibetan Foreign Relations” (2012: Brill), and authored numerous articles on Sikkim and Tibetan-Sikkimese relations.

The guest lecture is organized by the interfacultary Research Seminar in Tibetan and Himalayan Studies series funded by Religion in Pluralist Societies (PluRel).

Yours sincerely,
Hanna Havnevik (IKOS), Astrid Hovden (IKOS) and Heidi Fjeld (SAI)

Guest lecture: State Formation in Sikkim – A New Approach to Sikkimese History

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Date:
March 4, 2013
Time:
15:15-17:00