Dr. Catherine HARDIE
Research Assistant Professor, Department of Translation, Interpreting and Intercultural Studies
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B.A./LLB (hons) (MELB), M.A. (HAWAII), M.PHIL (OXON), D.PHIL (OXON)
Tibetan Buddhism in contemporary China; Sino-Tibetan cultural interactions; anthropology of Buddhism; contemporary Tibetan society; contemporary Chinese society.
Religion and translation; intercultural studies; anthropology of religion.
(2019) “Khenpo Tsultrim Lodrö’s appeal to contemporary Tibetan religious practitioners to abandon meat and practice non-killing” in Geoffrey Barstow (ed.), The Faults of Meat: Tibetan Buddhist Writings on Vegetarianism, Wisdom Publications.
(forthcoming) “Liberating Lives” in Holly Gayley and Jann Ronis (eds.), Voices from Larung Gar, Shambhala Publications.
I am currently working on transforming my doctoral research on the transmission of Tibetan Buddhism in contemporary Han China into a monograph.