Guest
Andrew Quintman, Assistant Professor of Religious Studies

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Episode: March 26, 2014

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Professor Quintman specializes in the Buddhist traditions of Tibet and the Himalaya. His areas of teaching and research include Buddhist literature and history, sacred geography and pilgrimage, and visual cultures of the wider Himalayan region. He is also interested in the religious and literary histories of Tibet’s unique southern border communities. We talk with Professor Quintman about The Yogin and the Madman.

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