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Лекция в Центре восточной литературы Российской государственной библиотеки, 13 ноября 2021 года.
Islam and Tibet – Interactions along the Musk Routes
By Anna Akasoy, Charles Burnett
The first encounters between the Islamic world and Tibet took place in the course of the expansion of the Abbasid Empire in the eighth century. Military and political contacts went along with an increasing interest in the other side. Cultural exchanges and the transmission of knowledge were facilitated by a trading network, with musk constituting one of the main trading goods from the Himalayas, largely through India. From the thirteenth century onwards the spread of the Mongol Empire from the Western borders of Europe through Central Asia to China facilitated further exchanges. The significance of these interactions has been long ignored in scholarship. This volume represents a major contribution to the subject, bringing together new studies by an interdisciplinary group of international scholars. They explore for the first time the multi-layered contacts between the Islamic world, Central Asia and the Himalayas from the eighth century until the present day in a variety of fields, including geography, cartography, art history, medicine, history of science and education, literature, hagiography, archaeology, and anthropology.
Cosmopolitical Ecologies Across Asia. Places and Practices of Power in Changing Environments
Edited By Riamsara Kuyakanon, Hildegard Diemberger, David Sneath
«Cosmopolitical Ecologies Across Asia offers a unique insight into the non-human and spiritual dimensions of environmental management in a changing world.
This volume presents a comparative, place-based exploration of landscapes across Asia and the entities, practices and knowledges that inhabit them. Rather than treating sacred mountains, terrains and water sources as self-contained, esoteric religious phenomena, the authors consider them within critical ‘cosmopolitical ecologies’ framings in which non-human entities are engaged as actors in the socio-political arena. The chapters include case studies of healing springs recognized by governments, and sacred mountains that are addressed by heads of states and Communist Party cadres, or that speak to the faithful through spirit mediums in a politics of re-enchantment. Contributors explore the diverse ways in which non-human entities such as forest spirits, reindeer, mountains and Buddhist Masters of the Land are engaged by humans to navigate environmental change and address a range of ecological threats from large-scale mining to climate change. Cosmopolitical ecologies approaches encompass the healing power of topography as well as transformative intimacies with other-than-human beings such as sparrows within an Islamic eco-theological poetic setting. In this light the book observes dynamic and creative processes of cosmological innovation including the repurposing of ritual to address challenges such as the Covid-19 epidemic.
This book will be of great interest to students and scholars of environment and society across disciplinary perspectives in general, and to anthropologists, human geographers, political ecologists, indigenous studies, area studies, environmental sciences and environmental humanities scholars in particular.»
- Record of Meeting Between T. Soong and Stalin. Talking on the borders of Inner and Outer Mongolia.
- Soviet Ambassador to Mongolia, Vasily Pisarev, reports on the discussions between Mongolian leader Tsedenbal and Chinese Deputy Prime Minister Ulanfu on Sino-Mongolian Cooperation.
- Ivanov reports on conditions in the Mongolian People’s Republic and the possibility of «reunification of Mongol tribes and territories as one state.»
- Molotov asks Stalin to approve his draft of a telegram to Ulan Bator on securing official recognition from China for the Mongolian People’s Republic’s independence and establishing diplomatic relations between the two countries.
- Harriman reports on Chiang Kai-Shek and Stalin’s bartering over the status of Outer Mongolia.
- Notes taken during meetings between the Chinese nationalist government and the Soviet Union in Moscow during Sino-Soviet treaty negotiations.
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Дашийн Дамба; Мао Цзэдун
Пер. с кит.— Сергей Радченко (Sergey Radchenko. Пер. с англ.— Олег Торбасов.
“Memorandum of Conversation between Mao Zedong and the Delegation of the Mongolian People’s Revolutionary Party and Comments on the Distribution of the Memorandum of Conversation,” September 24, 1956, History and Public Policy Program Digital Archive, Jianguo Yilai Mao Zedong Wengao, Vol. 6 (Beijing: Zhongyang wenxian chubanshe, 1992): 213-222. 24.09.1956
Взято с сайта maoism.ru/19365.
Хорошая передача с уникальной видеохроникой. https://youtu.be/cSSnAs4LucE
Монголия в трудах генерального консула Российской империи в Урге Я.П. Шишмарева (4.5 Мб, pdf). Некоторые мысли о праве России на Амур в документах и публикациях : (к 160-летию Генерального консульства России в Монголии) / сост. А. И. Шинковой, Ю. В. Кузьмин. — Иркутск : Изд. дом БГУ, 2021. — 342 с.
Книга посвящена дипломатической и исследовательской деятельности генерального консула России в Монголии Якова Парфеньевича Шишмарева. В сборник включены публикации Я. П. Шишмарева и документы, описывающие его дипломатическую деятельность в период Амурской экспедиции.