Demchig copy2019 m. balandžio 1 ir 3 d. Vilniaus universiteto Azijos ir transkultūrinių studijų institute (VU ATSI) lankysis antropologas Dr. Lhagvademchig Jadamba iš Nacionalinio Mongolijos universiteto (Ulanbatoras).

Dr. Lhagvademchig Jadamba įgijo socio-kultūrinės antropologijos daktaro laipsnį Japonijoje (the University of Shiga Prefecture), taip pat studijavo budizmą Indijos (Central University of Tibetan Studies, Sarnath, Varanasi) bei Honkongo universitetuose.

Erasmus+ vizito metu Lhagvademchig Jadamba skaitys paskaitas, kurių metu supažindins su Mongolijos budizmu iš antropologinės ir istorinės perspektyvos.

Paskaitų temos:

Balandžio 1 d.
Tibetan Buddhism or Mongolian Buddhism? History and Identity Politics of Mongolian Buddhism
(Filosofijos fakultetas, 201 aud., 17.00-19.00)

Is Buddhism in Mongolia an outgrowth of Tibetan Buddhism or could it be termed as a unique Mongolian Buddhism? Contemporary Mongolian Buddhists prefer to say it is a Mongolian Buddhism. During the socialist period of the Mongolian People’s Republic it is officially documented as Buddhism of the Mongolian People’s Republic. In this lecture, Dr. Lhagvademchig will discuss why the Mongols dissociate Buddhism in Mongolia from Tibetan Buddhism in socialist and post-socialist period within the context of identity politics and historical narration.

Balandžio  3 d.  
Abbot or Reincarnated Lama? Post-socialist Dilemma in Mongolian Buddhist Institution
(Filosofijos fakultetas, 201 aud., 17.00-19.00) 

During the socialist period, the Mongolian People’s Republic abolished the system of reincarnated lamas. The highest reincarnated lama in pre-socialist period was the Eighth Bogd Jebtsundamba Khutugtu (1870-1924), the first and the last temporal and religious leader of Mongolia. In the place of his religious leadership, the socialist government installed an abbot of Gandantegchenling Buddhist monastery as a head of Mongolian Buddhism.

Yet, after the collapse of socialism in Mongolia in 1990, the Fourteenth Dalai Lama officially recognized the reincarnation of the Eighth Bogd Jebtsundamba Khutugtu in 1991, whose reincarnation was banned to search by the socialist government in 1929.

Interestingly, few days before the Dalai Lama’s announcement, Mongolian monastics elected the abbot of Gandantegchenling monastery as the head of Mongolian Buddhism. Thus, a question of who is the leader of Mongolian Buddhism became unavoidable. Socialist-created abbot, a Mongolian citizen in Ulaanbaatar, or pre-socialist Jebtsundamba Khutugtu, a Tibetan refugee in India? Dr.  Lhagvademchig will discuss whether this question, which emerged in 1991, has been answered by 2019.

Kontaktinis asmuo dr. Renatas Berniūnas, el. p.  

 

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