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- 1 Whatever Happened to Queen Jönggen?
- 2 The Western Mongolian Clear Script and the Making of a Buddhist State
- 3 Shakur Lama: The Last Attempt to Build the Buddhist State
- 4 Modernities, Sense Making, and the Inscription of Mongolian Buddhist Place
- 5 Envisioning a Mongolian Buddhist Identity Through Chinggis Khan
- 6 Establishment of the Mergen Tradition of Mongolian Buddhism
- 7 Zanabazar (1635–1723): Vajrayāna Art and the State in Medieval Mongolia
- 8 The Power and Authority of Maitreya in Mongolia Examined Through Mongolian Art
- 9 A Literary History of Buddhism in Mongolia
- 10 How Vajrapāṇi Became a Mongol
- 11 What Do Protective Deities, Mongolian Heroes, and Fast Steeds Have in Common?
- 12 Buddhist Sacred Mountains, Auspicious Landscapes,and Their Agency
- 13 Criminal Lamas: Court Cases Against Buddhist Monks in Early Socialist Mongolia
- 14 Transition and Transformation: Buddhist Women of Buryatia
- 15 The Social and Cultural Practices of Buddhism: The Local Context of Inner Mongolia in the First Half of the Twentieth Century
- Buddhism in Mongolian History, Culture, and Society
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