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LXXXIX. 1 - Studies in Honour of Luciano Petech. A Commemoration Volume, 1914-2014, a cura di Elena De Rossi Filibeck, Michela Clemente, Giorgio Milanetti, Oscar Nalesini, Federica Venturi, 2016, pp. 248 con XXXVII tavole in bianco/nero n.t.

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The original idea of this volume is not only to commemorate the centennial anniversary of the birth of a teacher and prominent academic - particularly one whose influential research in the field of Tibetan studies has not yet waned - but also to convene a group of scholars, both Italian and from abroad, who were linked to him either by personal or professional friendship or by common research interests, or, in the Tibetan tradition, were his direct or indirect disciples. The present publication not only gathers a large number of renowned scholars from various fields of Asian studies, but it also triggers lively debates which once more demonstrate - if needed - the inspirational force of Petech's scholarship. The volume is divided according to geographical areas, following the principal interests of Luciano Petech, i.e. India and the Himalayas, China, and Tibet. It begins with a contribution that deals with the reorganization of the personal archive of Luciano Petech donated to Elena De Rossi Filibeck. Two articles cover the Himalayan and sub–Himalayan areas, while the articles devoted to the Chinese sphere examine some of its political, cultural and historical facets. Finally, the majority of the contributions concerns Tibet, in its disparate variety of artistic, cultural, religious and historical aspects.

L'idea originale di questo volume non è solo commemorare l'anniversario del centenario della nascita di un insegnante e di un importante accademico - in particolare, uno di quegli studiosi la cui influenza nel campo degli studi tibetani non è ancora scomparsa - ma anche riunire un gruppo di studiosi, italiani e stranieri, legati a lui sia da amicizia personale o professionale, sia da interessi di ricerca comuni, oppure suoi discepoli, diretti o indiretti, negli studi tibetani. La pubblicazione che qui si presenta, quindi, raccoglie un gran numero di studiosi di rilievo provenienti da diversi campi degli studi asiatici e dà anche l'avvio ad un vivace dibattito che dimostra ancora una volta, se necessario, la forza ispiratrice dell'insegnamento di Petech. Il volume è suddiviso in base alle aree geografiche, seguendo gli interessi principali di Luciano Petech, cioè l'India e l'Himalaya, la Cina e il Tibet. Il primo contributo si occupa della riorganizzazione dell'archivio personale dello studioso, donato a Elena De Rossi Filibeck. Due articoli riguardano le aree himalayane e sub–himalayane, mentre gli articoli dedicati alla sfera cinese esaminano alcune delle sue sfaccettature politiche, culturali e storiche. Infine, la maggioranza dei contributi riguarda il Tibet, nella sua diversa varietà di aspetti artistici, culturali, religiosi e storici.

Sommario: Foreword. Professor Luciano Petech (1914-2010). A biographical note, by Elena De Rossi Filibeck. Address of Vice-President of ISMEO, by Adriano V. Rossi. Contributions: Oscar Nalesini, The Personal Fonds of Luciano Petech and the Legacy of Giuseppe Tucci: the Case of the Corpus Inscriptionum Tibeticarum; John Bray, Luciano Petech and the Historiography of Ladakh: Lives, Times and Academic Lineages; Elena De Rossi Filibeck, A Note on the Cultural Meaning of the Traditional Wedding Songs from Rupshu and Other Areas of Ladakh; Helga Uebach, Jampa L. Panglung, A Funeral Offering for the Deceased Queen Mother: The Inscription at the Mani Wall of the Great Monastery of Hemis in Ladakh; Camillo A. Formigatti, Towards a Cultural History of Nepal, 14th - 17th century. A Nepalese Renaissance?; Giorgio Milanetti, Drawing Inspiration from Petech's Studies on Hindi Literature: Caste and Class Related Issues in Bhairav Prasad Gupta's Ganga Maiya; Mauro Crocenzi, Theorizing on Tibetan National Identity in Post-Maoist China; Paolo Santangelo, Psychological Dynamics of Emotions in Chinese Traditional Culture: The Case of Anger; Elliot Sperling, The Early History of the Pho lha Clan; Michela Clemente, The Patronage Network of lHa btsun Rin chen rnam rGyal from Brag dkar rta so to the 'Phags pa lha khang; Hildegard Diemberger, Tsering Dawa Sharshon, Some Remarks on an Early Print Edition of rGyal sras thogs med's Biography and his Collected Works; Alessandro Boesi, Medicinal Plants in Pre-Modern Tibet According to an Independent Traditional Doctor: An Outline of a Manuscript; Amy Heller, Three Ancient Manuscripts from Tholing in the Tucci Collection, IsIAO, Roma. Part I: Manuscript 1329 E; Erberto Lo Bue, A Tibetan Mahabodhi. The Main Image in the Dpal 'khor chos sde of rGyal rtse; Giacomella Orofino, The Myth of Rudra's Subjugation According to the bsGrags pa gling grags. Some Observations on the Beginning of a Historiographical Tradition; Donatella Rossi, The Three Teachings (don gsum) of Lady Co za Bon mo. A Bon po gter ma from the Giuseppe Tucci Tibetan Fund; Marta Sernesi, The Royal Chronicle of the House of the North and a Rare 15th Century Book from La stod Byang; Federica Venturi, Sa skya and Gye re; Roberto Vitali, A Note on the Role of the Early Karma pas at Karma'i dgon (1182 - ca. 1363). Appendix: Paintings by Livia Liverani; Paintings by Nyima Dhondup; Alessandra Lazzari, Italian Comics on Tibet: an Exhibit. Program of the Symposium. List of Contributors. Plates.

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