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Lamas and Bolsheviks: Tibetan Buddhism and National Identity in Post-Qing Mongolia

Marcoux, Andrew

Unlike nationalist movements in Europe and Soviet Central Asia, Mongolia did not display a proclivity towards secularization. Rather, Tibetan Buddhism remained a key component of Mongol political institutions into the twentieth century.

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Academic Units
East Asian Languages and Cultures
Thesis Advisors
Tuttle, Gray
Degree
M.A., Columbia University
Published Here
May 23, 2016
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