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  • Evo suyadi: Essays in Honor of Richard Salomon's 65th Birthday | Asian Languages & Literature | University of Washington
    Stay Connected Support Us Contact Us You are here Home Research Publications Evo suyadi Essays in Honor of Richard Salomon s 65th Birthday Evo suyadi Essays in Honor of Richard Salomon s 65th Birthday Bulletin of the Asia Institute New Series Volume 23 Professor Richard Salomon is well known to and no doubt beloved by most everyone in the scholarly worlds of Sanskrit language studies Indian epigraphy Gandhāran studies Buddhist studies Ancient Indian dynastic history Indo Aryan grammatical traditions and Indo Aryan languages and literature all fields to which he has made significant contributions see www gandhari org for a bibliography of Gāndhārī related contributions This collection of articles in the Bulletin of the Asia Institute Issue 23 celebrates Professor Salomon s 65th birthday and includes reflections from former students and colleagues who worked with him during his career Websites Bulletin of the Asia Institute Gāndhārī Language and Literature People Involved Michael C Shapiro Collett Cox Tim Lenz Research Type Publications Essays Research Status Completed published Related Fields Buddhist Studies South Asian Pali and the Prakrits Sanskrit Share Print PDF Languages Bengali Bangla Chinese Hindi Indonesian Japanese Korean Pali and the Prakrits Sanskrit Thai Urdu Vietnamese Related Fields Buddhist Studies South Asian Pali and the Prakrits Sanskrit Stay Connected Facebook LinkedIn YouTube Flickr Newsletter AsiaTalk Listserv News Feed Alumni Update Support Us Main Menu People Faculty Staff Teaching Assistants Graduate Students Current Grad Students GSA Officers Department Committee Alumni Alumni News Alumni Update Programs Courses Undergraduate Majors and Minors Learning Goals Honors Program Graduate Degrees Admissions Policies and Procedures M A Guidelines Ph D Guidelines Administrative Forms Application to be On Leave Teaching Assistant Opportunities Proficiency Placement Exams Language Study Languages Offered Add Codes Wait Lists Teaching Certificate Endorsements Teaching Assistant Opportunities Summer Study Courses Study Abroad Sichuan University Research

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  • Towards an Architecture of Text: On the Architexture of Written Japanese | Asian Languages & Literature | University of Washington
    Connected Support Us Contact Us You are here Home Research Publications Towards an Architecture of Text On the Architexture of Written Japanese Nihongo no ākitekucha kakikotoba no kōchiku tekusuto sei wo megutte Towards an Architecture of Text On the Architexture of Written Japanese Symphoniker ed Nagase Kai Tokyo Symphoniker 1 1 2013 pg 3 19 People Involved Christopher J Lowy Research Type Publications Essays Research Status Completed published Related Fields Japanese Architecture Literary Criticism Visual Culture Writing Systems Share Print PDF Languages Bengali Bangla Chinese Hindi Indonesian Japanese Korean Pali and the Prakrits Sanskrit Thai Urdu Vietnamese Related Fields Visual Culture Architecture Japanese Writing Systems Literary Criticism Stay Connected Facebook LinkedIn YouTube Flickr Newsletter AsiaTalk Listserv News Feed Alumni Update Support Us Main Menu People Faculty Staff Teaching Assistants Graduate Students Current Grad Students GSA Officers Department Committee Alumni Alumni News Alumni Update Programs Courses Undergraduate Majors and Minors Learning Goals Honors Program Graduate Degrees Admissions Policies and Procedures M A Guidelines Ph D Guidelines Administrative Forms Application to be On Leave Teaching Assistant Opportunities Proficiency Placement Exams Language Study Languages Offered Add Codes Wait Lists Teaching Certificate Endorsements Teaching Assistant Opportunities Summer Study Courses Study Abroad Sichuan University Research

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  • Architecture | Asian Languages & Literature | University of Washington
    Departments and Resources For Faculty and Staff For Teaching Assistants For Graduate Students About History Mission Vision Awards Honors Stay Connected Support Us Contact Us You are here Home Architecture All content tagged with this term Research Publications Essays Nihongo no ākitekucha kakikotoba no kōchiku tekusuto sei wo megutte Towards an Architecture of Text On the Architexture of Written Japanese Symphoniker ed Nagase Kai Tokyo Symphoniker 1 1 2013 pg 3 19 Languages Bengali Bangla Chinese Hindi Indonesian Japanese Korean Pali and the Prakrits Sanskrit Thai Urdu Vietnamese Stay Connected Facebook LinkedIn YouTube Flickr Newsletter AsiaTalk Listserv News Feed Alumni Update Support Us Main Menu People Faculty Staff Teaching Assistants Graduate Students Current Grad Students GSA Officers Department Committee Alumni Alumni News Alumni Update Programs Courses Undergraduate Majors and Minors Learning Goals Honors Program Graduate Degrees Admissions Policies and Procedures M A Guidelines Ph D Guidelines Administrative Forms Application to be On Leave Teaching Assistant Opportunities Proficiency Placement Exams Language Study Languages Offered Add Codes Wait Lists Teaching Certificate Endorsements Teaching Assistant Opportunities Summer Study Courses Study Abroad Sichuan University Research Early Buddhist Manuscript Project Publications Projects Dissertations Undergraduate Fields of Interest News Events Recent News News Archive Events Events

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  • "When a Sufi tells about Krishna’s Doom: The Case of Kanhavat" | Asian Languages & Literature | University of Washington
    Studies 2013 6 21 36 Abstract This article focuses on the story of Krishna s doom as told in the littlestudied Sufi work Kanhavat The story of Krishna 1540 which is attributed to the Avadhi Sufi author Malik Muhammad Jayasa The work itself is interesting to study how the Krishna story is retold supposedly for Sufi purposes The two final sections two interrelated stories give an intriguing take on the end of the Krishna The first presents a contest of power between the Krishna and the legendary founder of the Natha yogis Gorakhnath the second a burlesque confrontation of Krishna with a false yogi which leads to the apocalyptic ending where Krishna s whole tribe is wiped out and he dies by the hand of a low caste hunter Commonplace scholarly understanding rates this work as syncretistic I seek to question whether that is warranted I analyse how the author reworks these stories Is he using what we now understand to be Hindu elements N tha yogic and Krishna devotional for Sufi propaganda purposes I will argue that his telling of both stories is intended to be satirical and will question in how far this can be a seen as a Sufi s sympathetic understanding of the Hindu material People Involved Heidi Pauwels Research Type Publications Essays Research Status Completed published Related Fields South Asian Share Print PDF Languages Bengali Bangla Chinese Hindi Indonesian Japanese Korean Pali and the Prakrits Sanskrit Thai Urdu Vietnamese Related Fields South Asian Stay Connected Facebook LinkedIn YouTube Flickr Newsletter AsiaTalk Listserv News Feed Alumni Update Support Us Main Menu People Faculty Staff Teaching Assistants Graduate Students Current Grad Students GSA Officers Department Committee Alumni Alumni News Alumni Update Programs Courses Undergraduate Majors and Minors Learning Goals Honors Program Graduate Degrees Admissions Policies and Procedures

    Original URL path: http://asian.washington.edu/publications/when-sufi-tells-about-krishnas-doom-case-kanhavat (2015-04-06)
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  • "Book Review of Pak Kyŏng-ni, Land." | Asian Languages & Literature | University of Washington
    Graduate Students About History Mission Vision Awards Honors Stay Connected Support Us Contact Us You are here Home Research Publications Book Review of Pak Kyŏng ni Land Heekyoung Cho Book Review of Pak Kyŏng ni Land The Journal of Korean Studies 18 1 University of Washington 2013 Websites http muse jhu edu journals journal of korean studies v018 18 1 cho html People Involved Heekyoung Cho Research Type Publications Essays Research Status Completed published Related Fields Korean Share Print PDF Languages Bengali Bangla Chinese Hindi Indonesian Japanese Korean Pali and the Prakrits Sanskrit Thai Urdu Vietnamese Related Fields Korean Stay Connected Facebook LinkedIn YouTube Flickr Newsletter AsiaTalk Listserv News Feed Alumni Update Support Us Main Menu People Faculty Staff Teaching Assistants Graduate Students Current Grad Students GSA Officers Department Committee Alumni Alumni News Alumni Update Programs Courses Undergraduate Majors and Minors Learning Goals Honors Program Graduate Degrees Admissions Policies and Procedures M A Guidelines Ph D Guidelines Administrative Forms Application to be On Leave Teaching Assistant Opportunities Proficiency Placement Exams Language Study Languages Offered Add Codes Wait Lists Teaching Certificate Endorsements Teaching Assistant Opportunities Summer Study Courses Study Abroad Sichuan University Research Early Buddhist Manuscript Project Publications Projects Dissertations Undergraduate

    Original URL path: http://asian.washington.edu/publications/book-review-pak-kyong-ni-land (2015-04-06)
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  • "Imagined, Transcultural, and Colonial Spaces in Print: Newspaper serialization of Translated Novels in Colonial Korea" | Asian Languages & Literature | University of Washington
    Stay Connected Support Us Contact Us You are here Home Research Publications Imagined Transcultural and Colonial Spaces in Print Newspaper serialization of Translated Novels in Colonial Korea Heekyoung Cho Imagined Transcultural and Colonial Spaces in Print Newspaper serialization of Translated Novels in Colonial Korea East Asian Publishing and Society 2013 People Involved Heekyoung Cho Research Type Publications Essays Research Status Completed published Related Fields Korean 20th Century Culture Global and Transnational Studies Translation and Interpretation Share Print PDF Languages Bengali Bangla Chinese Hindi Indonesian Japanese Korean Pali and the Prakrits Sanskrit Thai Urdu Vietnamese Related Fields 20th Century Culture Global and Transnational Studies Translation and Interpretation Korean Stay Connected Facebook LinkedIn YouTube Flickr Newsletter AsiaTalk Listserv News Feed Alumni Update Support Us Main Menu People Faculty Staff Teaching Assistants Graduate Students Current Grad Students GSA Officers Department Committee Alumni Alumni News Alumni Update Programs Courses Undergraduate Majors and Minors Learning Goals Honors Program Graduate Degrees Admissions Policies and Procedures M A Guidelines Ph D Guidelines Administrative Forms Application to be On Leave Teaching Assistant Opportunities Proficiency Placement Exams Language Study Languages Offered Add Codes Wait Lists Teaching Certificate Endorsements Teaching Assistant Opportunities Summer Study Courses Study Abroad Sichuan University Research

    Original URL path: http://asian.washington.edu/publications/imagined-transcultural-and-colonial-spaces-print-newspaper-serialization-translated (2015-04-06)
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  • The Age of Courtly Writing: Wen xuan Compiler Xiao Tong (501-531) and His Circle | Asian Languages & Literature | University of Washington
    Us Contact Us You are here Home Research Publications The Age of Courtly Writing Wen xuan Compiler Xiao Tong 501 531 and His Circle Wang Ping The Age of Courtly Writing Wen xuan Compiler Xiao Tong 501 531 and His Circle Leiden Netherlands Brill 2012 Print Scholarship on Xiao Tong in both China and the West has paid little attention to his own writings beyond the influential anthology compiled by the Liang Crown Prince Adopting a philological approach this book thorougly examines a multitude of texts written by Xiao Tong and his entourage many of whom were powerful writers in their own right In addition to drawing a picture of important aspects of Liang court culture such as education literary composition personal relations and ideological and religious trends this study also redresses a long standing bias against court poetry It will enhance our understanding not only of the early sixth century but also indirectly of a significant portion of pre modern Chinese literature in general People Involved Ping Wang Research Type Publications Books Research Status Completed published Related Fields Chinese Medieval Poetry and Poetics Share Print PDF Languages Bengali Bangla Chinese Hindi Indonesian Japanese Korean Pali and the Prakrits Sanskrit Thai Urdu Vietnamese Related Fields Medieval Poetry and Poetics Chinese Stay Connected Facebook LinkedIn YouTube Flickr Newsletter AsiaTalk Listserv News Feed Alumni Update Support Us Main Menu People Faculty Staff Teaching Assistants Graduate Students Current Grad Students GSA Officers Department Committee Alumni Alumni News Alumni Update Programs Courses Undergraduate Majors and Minors Learning Goals Honors Program Graduate Degrees Admissions Policies and Procedures M A Guidelines Ph D Guidelines Administrative Forms Application to be On Leave Teaching Assistant Opportunities Proficiency Placement Exams Language Study Languages Offered Add Codes Wait Lists Teaching Certificate Endorsements Teaching Assistant Opportunities Summer Study Courses Study Abroad

    Original URL path: http://asian.washington.edu/publications/age-courtly-writing-wen-xuan-compiler-xiao-tong-501-531-and-his-circle (2015-04-06)
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  • “Chōheimen-ka shita nihongo de no komyunikēshon ni tsuite: tojikomoru nihon no hihyō.” (On Communication In a Hyperflattend Japanese Language: Japanese Criticisim and Introversion) | Asian Languages & Literature | University of Washington
    Home Research Publications Chōheimen ka shita nihongo de no komyunikēshon ni tsuite tojikomoru nihon no hihyō On Communication In a Hyperflattend Japanese Language Japanese Criticisim and Introversion Christopher J Lowy Chōheimen ka shita nihongo de no komyunikēshon ni tsuite tojikomoru nihon no hihyō On Communication In a Hyperflattend Japanese Language Japanese Criticisim and Introversion genron etc 2 4 2012 83 95 People Involved Christopher J Lowy Research Type Publications Essays Research Status Completed published Related Fields Japanese Literary Criticism Popular Culture Visual Culture Writing Systems Share Print PDF Languages Bengali Bangla Chinese Hindi Indonesian Japanese Korean Pali and the Prakrits Sanskrit Thai Urdu Vietnamese Related Fields Popular Culture Visual Culture Japanese Writing Systems Literary Criticism Stay Connected Facebook LinkedIn YouTube Flickr Newsletter AsiaTalk Listserv News Feed Alumni Update Support Us Main Menu People Faculty Staff Teaching Assistants Graduate Students Current Grad Students GSA Officers Department Committee Alumni Alumni News Alumni Update Programs Courses Undergraduate Majors and Minors Learning Goals Honors Program Graduate Degrees Admissions Policies and Procedures M A Guidelines Ph D Guidelines Administrative Forms Application to be On Leave Teaching Assistant Opportunities Proficiency Placement Exams Language Study Languages Offered Add Codes Wait Lists Teaching Certificate Endorsements Teaching Assistant Opportunities

    Original URL path: http://asian.washington.edu/publications/choheimen-ka-shita-nihongo-de-no-komyunikeshon-ni-tsuite-tojikomoru-nihon-no-hihyo (2015-04-06)
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