I am Associate Professor in Modern Tibetan Studies and the Director of Center for Contemporary Buddhist Studies at the Department of Cross-Cultural and Regional Studies, University of Copenhagen, Denmark. I have written extensively about contemporaneous issues in Tibet and the Tibetan exile: Topics spans from contesting secularism, translations of democracy and conceptual history, over expedition and research history, to Buddhism and economy. My monograph Tibetan Democracy: Governance, Leadership and Conflict in Exile was published in 2016, and I have co-edited the book On the Fringes of the Harmonious Society: Tibetans and Uyghurs in Socialist China (2014). Apart from being involved in OBJECT LESSONS FROM TIBET AND THE HIMALAYAS, I am the PI of the international, collaborative research project Buddhism, Business and Believers, which has received funding from the Danish Council for Independent Research | Humanities and the Carlsberg Foundation.
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