Studies in Modern Tibetan Culture | Rowman & Littlefield
Studies in Modern Tibetan Culture
The Studies in Modern Tibetan Culture series focuses on Tibetan culture and society from the early modern period of the seventeenth century to the present. The first series on modern Tibetan studies by a scholarly press, it explores how modernity manifests in a wide range of fields, not only religion, but also literature, history, economy, anthropology, media, and politics. It seeks to bring rarely heard and important Tibetan perspectives to a wider audience by publishing fresh analyses of yet unexplored source materials ranging from census and yearbook databases to auto/biographies and ethnographic fieldwork, as well as original translations of poetry, biography, and history.

Editor(s): Gray Tuttle (
Advisory Board: Lauran Hartley, Isabelle Henrion-Dourcy, Kurtis Schaeffer, and Emily Yeh
Staff editorial contact: Mark Lopez (