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Medicine Between Science and Religion: Explorations on Tibetan Grounds
Epistemologies of healing
Format: Book
Publication Year: 2011
Publisher: Berghahn Books
Place of Publication: New York
Sources ID: 92581
Notes: External Resources: Cite This Item Search for versions with same title and author | Advanced options ...Contents: Introduction : Medicine in translation between science and religion / Vincanne Adams, Mona Schrempf, Sienna R. Craig -- Biomedicine in Tibet at the edge of modernity / Alex McKay -- Tibetan medicine and Russian modernities / Martin Saxer -- Navigating 'modern science' and 'traditional culture' : the Dharamsala Men-Tsee-Khang in India / Stephan Kloos -- A Tibetan way of science : revisioning biomedicine as Tibetan practice / Vincanne Adams, Renchen Dhondup, Phuoc V. Le -- Correlating biomedical and Tibetan medical terms in amchi medical practice / Barbara Gerke -- Between mantra and syringe : healing and health-seeking behaviour in contemporary Amdo / Mona Schrempf -- From home to hospital : the extension of obstetrics in Ladakh / Kim Gutschow -- From empowerments to power calculations : notes on efficacy, value and method / Sienna R. Craig -- Qualitative and quantitative research methodology in Tibetan medicine : the history, background and development of research in sowa rigpa / Mingji Cuomu -- The four tantras and the global market : changing epistemologies of dr� ('bras) versus cancer / Olaf Czaja -- Re-integrating the dharmic perspective in bio-behavioural research of a 'Tibetan yoga' (tsalung tr�khor) intervention for people with cancer / Alejandro Chaoul -- Epilogue : towards a sowa rigpa sensibility / Geoffrey Samuel. Geographic: Tibet Autonomous Region (China) -- Religious life and customs. Tibet Autonomous Region (China) -- Social life and customs. Tibet. Tibet. China -- Tibet Autonomous Region. Note(s): Includes bibliographical references and index. Class Descriptors: LC: GR337; R603.T5; Dewey: 951/.5; NLM: 2011 B-811; WB 55.T5 Responsibility: edited by Vincanne Adams, Mona Schrempf and Sienna R. Craig. Vendor Info: Baker and Taylor Coutts Information Services YBP Library Services (BTCP COUT YANK) Entry: 20100507 Update: 20181207 Provider: OCLC List of figures ix Acknowledgements xi Notes on transliteration xiii 1 Introduction: Medicine in Translation between Science and Religion 1(32) Vincanne Adams Mona Schrempf Sienna R. Craig I HISTORIES OF TIBETAN MEDICAL MODERNTITIES 2 Biomedicine in Tibet at the Edge of Modernity 33(24) Alex McKay 3 Tibetan Medicine and Russian Modernities 57(26) Martin Saxer II PRODUCING SCIENCE, TRUTH AND MEDICAL MORALITIES 4 Navigating `Modern Science' and `Traditional Culture': the Dharamsala Men-Tsee-Khang in India 83(24) Stephan Kloos 5 A Tibetan Way of Science: Revisioning Biomedicine as Tibetan Practice 107(20) Vincanne Adams Renchen Dhondup Phuoc V. Le 6 Correlating Biomedical and Tibetan Medical Terms in Amchi Medical Practice 127(30) Barbara Gerke III THERAPEUTIC RITUALS, SITUATED CHOICES 7 Between Mantra and Syringe: Healing and Health-Seeking Behaviour in Contemporary Amdo 157(28) Mona Schrempf 8 From Home to Hospital: the Extension of Obstetrics In Ladakh 185(30) Kim Gutschow 9 From Empowerments to Power Calculations: Notes on Efficacy, Value and Method 215(30) Sienna R. Craig IV RESEARCH IN TRANSLATION 10 Qualitative and Quantitative Research Methodology in Tibetan Medicine: the History, Background and Development of Research in Sowa Rigpa 245(20) Mingji Cuomu 11 The Four Tantras and the Global Market: Changing Epistemologies of Dra (`bras) versus Cancer 265(32) Olaf Czaja 12 Re-integrating the Dharmic Perspective in Bio-Behavioural Research of a `Tibetan Yoga' (tsalung trukhor) Intervention for People with Cancer 297(22) Alejandro Chaoul External Resources: Cite This Item Search for versions with same title and author | Advanced options ...Contents: Introduction : Medicine in translation between science and religion / Vincanne Adams, Mona Schrempf, Sienna R. Craig -- Biomedicine in Tibet at the edge of modernity / Alex McKay -- Tibetan medicine and Russian modernities / Martin Saxer -- Navigating 'modern science' and 'traditional culture' : the Dharamsala Men-Tsee-Khang in India / Stephan Kloos -- A Tibetan way of science : revisioning biomedicine as Tibetan practice / Vincanne Adams, Renchen Dhondup, Phuoc V. Le -- Correlating biomedical and Tibetan medical terms in amchi medical practice / Barbara Gerke -- Between mantra and syringe : healing and health-seeking behaviour in contemporary Amdo / Mona Schrempf -- From home to hospital : the extension of obstetrics in Ladakh / Kim Gutschow -- From empowerments to power calculations : notes on efficacy, value and method / Sienna R. Craig -- Qualitative and quantitative research methodology in Tibetan medicine : the history, background and development of research in sowa rigpa / Mingji Cuomu -- The four tantras and the global market : changing epistemologies of dr� ('bras) versus cancer / Olaf Czaja -- Re-integrating the dharmic perspective in bio-behavioural research of a 'Tibetan yoga' (tsalung tr�khor) intervention for people with cancer / Alejandro Chaoul -- Epilogue : towards a sowa rigpa sensibility / Geoffrey Samuel. Geographic: Tibet Autonomous Region (China) -- Religious life and customs. Tibet Autonomous Region (China) -- Social life and customs. Tibet. Tibet. China -- Tibet Autonomous Region. Note(s): Includes bibliographical references and index. Class Descriptors: LC: GR337; R603.T5; Dewey: 951/.5; NLM: 2011 B-811; WB 55.T5 Responsibility: edited by Vincanne Adams, Mona Schrempf and Sienna R. Craig. Vendor Info: Baker and Taylor Coutts Information Services YBP Library Services (BTCP COUT YANK) Entry: 20100507 Update: 20181207 Provider: OCLC List of figures ix Acknowledgements xi Notes on transliteration xiii 1 Introduction: Medicine in Translation between Science and Religion 1(32) Vincanne Adams Mona Schrempf Sienna R. Craig I HISTORIES OF TIBETAN MEDICAL MODERNTITIES 2 Biomedicine in Tibet at the Edge of Modernity 33(24) Alex McKay 3 Tibetan Medicine and Russian Modernities 57(26) Martin Saxer II PRODUCING SCIENCE, TRUTH AND MEDICAL MORALITIES 4 Navigating `Modern Science' and `Traditional Culture': the Dharamsala Men-Tsee-Khang in India 83(24) Stephan Kloos 5 A Tibetan Way of Science: Revisioning Biomedicine as Tibetan Practice 107(20) Vincanne Adams Renchen Dhondup Phuoc V. Le 6 Correlating Biomedical and Tibetan Medical Terms in Amchi Medical Practice 127(30) Barbara Gerke III THERAPEUTIC RITUALS, SITUATED CHOICES 7 Between Mantra and Syringe: Healing and Health-Seeking Behaviour in Contemporary Amdo 157(28) Mona Schrempf 8 From Home to Hospital: the Extension of Obstetrics In Ladakh 185(30) Kim Gutschow 9 From Empowerments to Power Calculations: Notes on Efficacy, Value and Method 215(30) Sienna R. Craig IV RESEARCH IN TRANSLATION 10 Qualitative and Quantitative Research Methodology in Tibetan Medicine: the History, Background and Development of Research in Sowa Rigpa 245(20) Mingji Cuomu 11 The Four Tantras and the Global Market: Changing Epistemologies of Dra (`bras) versus Cancer 265(32) Olaf Czaja 12 Re-integrating the Dharmic Perspective in Bio-Behavioural Research of a `Tibetan Yoga' (tsalung trukhor) Intervention for People with Cancer 297(22) Alejandro Chaoul xiii, 371 p. : ill. ; 24 cm.xiii, 371 p. : ill. ; 24 cm.
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