Guntram Hazod

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  • Dr. habil. Guntram Hazod

Guntram Hazod is an anthropologist focusing on the early history of Tibet. His methodological approach combines text and historical ethnography. He is co-author of several major monographs on Central Tibet’s medieval political and religious history, and inter alia author of numerous contributions that deal with the identification of Tibetan historical toponyms, especially related to the period of the Tibetan empire. Linked to this is his interest in archaeology and landscape archaeology, with particular focus on early Tibetan burial practices, including the Tibetan tumulus tradition (4th – 10th cent. CE).

Hazod received his PhD and his habilitation at the University of Vienna. He has been working at the Austrian Academy of Sciences since 1992, since 2006 as a senior researcher of the Institute for Social Anthropology (ISA), and since July 2016 as a co-funded member of ISA and IKGA.

Present Projects

Recent Publications

  • (2015, co-edited with Olaf Czaja) The Illuminating Mirror: Festschrift for Per K. Sørensen on the Occasion of his 65th Birthday. Wiesbaden: Reichert Verlag.
  • (forthcoming, co-edited with Shen Weirong) Tibetan Genealogies. Papers in Memory of Tsering Gyalpo. (Planned to be published as special issue of the Journal Historical and Philological Studies of China’s Western Regions, Beijing, Renmin University, 2016.)
  • (forthcoming) “Territory, Kinship and the Grave: On the Identification of the Elite Tombs in the Burial-Mound Landscape of Imperial Central Tibet,” in: Hazod and Shen (forthcoming).

Detailed list of publications (PDF)

Öster­reichi­sche Aka­demie der Wissen­schaften
Institut für Kultur- und Geistes­geschichte Asiens
Meine Werkzeuge