Making the Historical Atlas of Tibet: A Survey of the Buddhist-Related Sources

Karl Ryavec, University of Wisconsin at Stevens Point

Limited capacity.  Lunch served.  Email: by March 12.

Karl Ryavec is an associate professor at the University of Wisconsin at Stevens Point.  He teaches courses in GIS, human geography, historical geography, political geography, and the geography of China.  He is currently making an historical atlas of Tibet for the University of Chicago Press. He was co-director of the Tibetan and Himalayan historical GIS project funded by the Henry Luce Foundation, and principal investigator of a project studying changing Muslim settlement patterns in China funded by the Geography and Spatial Sciences program of the US National Science Foundation. 

Thursday, March 22, 2012 | 12:15 pm — 1:45 pm
Building 70 - Room 72A1, Main Quad

Ho Center for Buddhist Studies at Stanford
Tibetan Studies Initiative
Department of History