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Tibet and China’s Orientalists: Knowledge, Power, and the Construction of Minority Identity
Author Powers, John
Source Journal of Global Buddhism
Volumev.19 Special Focus: Buddhists and the Making of Modern Chinese Societies
Date2018
Pages1 - 19
PublisherJournal of Global Buddhism
Publisher Url https://www.unilu.ch/en/faculties/faculty-of-humanities-and-social-sciences/institutes-departements-and-research-centres/department-for-the-study-of-religions/
LocationLucerne, Switzerland
Content type期刊論文=Journal Article
Language英文=English
NoteAuthor affiliation: Deakin University
KeywordOrientalism; Tibet; Buddhism; propaganda
AbstractThis article explores the salience of Edward Said's characterization of European Orientalists to contemporary Chinese academics working on Tibetan Buddhism. While Said's work has been criticized for selective citations and for focusing on work that is long out of date, Orientalist tropes are pervasive in current tibetological work published in China, including articles in purportedly scholarly journals. This work is closely connected with government propaganda, and it is often explicitly directed by members of the government to further agendas of suppression. Equally importantly, the article examines the ways in which Tibetans are presented with a version of their religion that bears little or no resemblance to how they traditionally have understood it; but it is also an image that Tibetans are increasingly being coerced to endorse.
Table of contentsChinese Orientalism and the Tibetan Other 1
Essentializing Tropes 4
Academic Depictions of Tibetan Religion and Culture 8
Tibetan Tantra and Hinduism 11
European and Chinese Orientalism: Differences in Styles 13
References 17
ISSN15276457 (E)
DOIhttp://dx.doi.org/10.5281/zenodo.1475934
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Created date2021.03.07



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