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Das Institutskolloquium findet an jedem ersten Dienstag des Monats von 11:15 bis 12:45 Uhr statt. Das Kolloquium dient als Plattform zur Diskussion laufender Forschung am Institut und aktueller Forschungsliteratur. Gäste sind willkommen; um Materialien zugeschickt zu bekommen, schicken Sie bitte ein Email an: office.ikga@oeaw.ac.at.

Programm

  • 7.11.2017: Nina Mirnig, Rudras on Earth: The Śivadharmaśāstra and the Creation of Śaiva Communities in Early Medieval India
  • 5.12.2017: Pascale Hugon, Exploring the bKa’ gdams gsung ’bum collection: State of the art and perspectives

Bisherige Themen

  • 3.10.2017: Round-table discussion on "Open Philology"
  • 4.7.2017: Andrew Ollett, The Way of the Poet-King: Poetics at the Court of Amoghavarsha
  • 6.6.2017: Alexander Graf, Tibetan Grammar: Si tu Paṇchen and the Tibetan adoption of linguistic knowledge from India
  • 2.5.2017: Pei-Lin Chiou, How is the entry into the non-conceptual awareness possible? – An outline of the PhD research project 'Kamalaśīla and His Bodhisattva Path: A Study based on Kamalaśīla's Avikalpapraveśadhāraṇīṭīkā'
  • 4.4.2017: Stefan Köck, "They give up the Buddha but still visit temples in secret" – An outline of the project "Shintō-uke – Religious Control via Shintō-Shrines"
  • 7.3.2017: Bernhard Scheid, Arhats in East Asian Buddhism
  • 7.2.2017: Patrick Mc Allister, Prajñākaragupta on the criteria of valid cognitions
  • 10.1.2017: Pascale Hugon, On Phya pa Chos kyi seng ge's philosophy of mind
  • 8.11.2016: Marion Rastelli, On the Reappearance of the Ekāyanaveda in South India
  • 4.10.2016: Serena Saccone, Proving the Omniscience of the Buddha: the Sarvajñasiddhikārikā of Śubhagupta, an 8th Century Debate on Scriptures and Authority
  • 6.9.2016: Marco Ferrante, Bhartṛhari’s legacy within the Pratyabhijñā
  • 5.7.2016: Cristina Pecchia, Philologists at Work: The Case of the Carakasamhita
  • 7.6.2016: Alessandro Graheli, Diskussion des rezenten Sammelbandes: "Classical Indian Thought and the English Language" (ed. Mohini Mullick and Madhuri S. Sondhi, 2015)
  • 3.5.2016: Mathias Fermer: Text-Processing -- Markup and its Potential for Historical Research
  • 5.4.2016: Birgit Kellner: Phenomenology, Idealism, Both or Neither? Making Sense of Yogācāra-Vijñānavāda Arguments Against External Objects
  • 1.3.2016: Reinier Langelaar: Descent & Houses in Reb-Gong: Group Formation & Rules of Recruitment Among Eastern Tibetan Tsho-ba
  • 2.2.2016: Eröffnungsveranstaltung
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