The Archaeology of Tibetan Books: An Interview

Agnieszka Helman-Wazny’s new book is a fascinating contribution to both book history and Tibetan studies, bringing these fields together through careful attention to the physicality of print and manuscript materials. The Archaeology of Tibetan Books (Brill, 2014) explores a wide range of printed works and manuscripts in Tibetan, focusing especially on the nearly 50 Tibetan manuscripts from the Dunhuang “Library Cave,” early printed editions of Tibetan Kanjurs, … Continue reading The Archaeology of Tibetan Books: An Interview