"Faith and Empire : Art and Politics in Tibet": Mongolian Buddhism, Art & Politics

This guide lists resources to support research related to the class "Faith and Empire" taught by Dr. Karl Debreczeny. It allows searching by historical period and by specific topic.

Resources for the Study of Mongolian Buddhism, Art & Politics

Berger, Patricia, and Terese Tse Bartholomew, eds. 1995. Mongolia: The Legacy of Chinggis Khan. San Francisco: Asian Art Museum.

Bareja-Starzynska, Agata. 2015. The Biography of the First Khalkha Jetsundampa Zanabazar by Zaya Pandita Luvsanprinlei: Studies, Annotated Translation, Transliteration and Facsimile. Warsaw: Dom Wydawniczy ELIPSA.

Charleux, Isabelle. Buddhist Art and Architecture in Mongolia. Oxford Bibliographies Online Datasets, 2014 https://www.academia.edu/25216381/Buddhist_Art_and_Architecture_in_Mongolia

Charleux, Isabelle. 2015. Nomads on Pilgrimage: Mongols on Wutaishan (China), 1800–1940. Brill’s Inner Asian Library 33. Leiden: Brill.

Elverskog, Johan. 2003. The Jewel Translucent Sutra: Altan Khan and the Mongols in the Sixteenth Century. Leiden: Brill.

Tsultem, N. 1982. The Eminent Mongolian Sculptor–G. Zanabazar. Ulaanbaatar: State Publishing House.

Special issue of Cross-Currents e-Journal (No. 31).  Includes several excellent articles, such as:

Tsultemin, Uranchimeg, ed. 2019. “Buddhist Art of Mongolia: Cross-Cultural Connections, Discoveries, and Interpretations”