Kingship and Religion in Tibet

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Monk, King, Tantrika

Negotiating Power in Tibet

Brandon Dotson, Ludwig-Maximilians-Universität München, Presiding

José I. Cabezón, University of California, Santa Barbara - Mipam's Vision of the Just Buddhist Ruler in his Treatise on Political Ethics

Daniel Hirshberg, Ludwig-Maximilians-Universität München - “When I was king…” Memories of Sovereignty in the Construction of Enlightened Identity

Adam Krug, UC Santa Barbara - Pakpa Lama’s Advice to Prince Jibik Temür: Buddhist Ethics in the "Heyday of Poisons"

Jacob Dalton, University of California, Berkeley - Power and Compassion: Negotiating Buddhist Kingship in Tenth-Century Tibet

Jann Ronis, University of California, Berkeley - Jikmé Lingpa’s Epistles to the Dharma King and Queen of Dergé: Skillful means and classicism