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2015-10-12Prof. Dr. Petra Maurer讲座提纲

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Travellers in the Himalayas: German Tibetologists in the 19th Century

 

Missionaries from Herrenhut Germany, Moravians

Eduard Pagell and Wilhelm Heyde: first missionary station in Kyelang / Lahoul in Northern India

Heinrich August J?schke (1817-1883): Tibetan-German Dictionary, printed in 1871

 

Adolph Schlagintweit: explorer in the Himalaya and Karakorum, killed on his way to Kaschgar

Petrus Rijnhart: missionary from the Netherlands

Jules-Léon Dutreuil de Rhins: explorer from France, killed in Eastern Tibet

Maria Heyde, born Hartmann (1837-1917): wife of Wilhelm Heyde, teacher in Kyelang

 

Annie Taylor (1855-1922): missionary, went in 1884 to China, reached in 1887 Kumbum, founded the Tibetan Pioneer Mission, lived in Sikkim

Csoma de K?r?s (1784-1842): went 1820 to Ladakh, regarded as “Father of the Tibetology, author of a description of the Tibetan Kanon and a grammar on Tibetan, met with

William Moorcroft: veterinarian, employed by the East India Company, reached Tibet

Ekai Kawagucchi (1866-1945) from Japan and the doctor Thomas Manning (1772-1840): reached Lhasa

Brian Houghton Hodgson: in the service of the East India Compagny: collected manuscripts

 

Evariste-Régis Huc and Joseph Gabet: French Missionaries, reached Lhasa in 1846, detailled accounts on the life of Tibetans

 

Alexandra David-Neél (1868 - 1969): studied Sanskrit and Chinese, in the Himalayas with the Sikkimese Lama Yongden, reached Lhasa as the first European women in disguise

Lord Curzon (1859-1925): viceroy of India

Alexander von Humboldt

Franz Bopp

 

Rinchen Lhamo: met in Kangding the British Consul Louis Magrath King, author of 

“We Tibetans“

L .A. Waddell: army doctor and member of the Younghusband Expedition, author of “Buddhism and Lamaism of Tibet”

Emil Schlagintweit (1835-1904): lawyer, author of “Buddhism in Tibet“, corresponding member of the Bavarian Academy of Sciences and Humanities, studied with

 

Franz Anton Schiefner (1817-1879): linguist and tibetologist in Sankt Petersburg

 

Albert Gründwedel (1856-1935): linguist and tibetologist, organized two of the four German expeditions to Turfan, wrote on Tibetan mythology and iconography

 

Georg Huth (1867-1906): editor of the Hor chos `byung

 

Albert Tafel (1876-1935): German doctor and explorer in Eastern Tibet

 

Alexander von Stael-Holstein (1877-1937): indologist and tibetologist

 

August Hermann Francke (1870-193): Moravian missionary, lived in Ladakh from 1896 to 1908, said to be the first professor of Tibetology??