The History of Tibet, Volume 1

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Alex McKay
RoutledgeCurzon, 2003 - History - 2216 pages
This major work provides a virtually complete resource base for the academic study of Tibetan social, political, and religious history, including the development of our understanding of the reality behind the colourful images of Tibet as 'Shangri-La'. This work will thus be of particular interest to libraries, and to lecturers, students and enthusiasts seeking to understand the development of the unique culture of this remarkable land.

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Dr Alex McKay is an Indo-Tibetan historian and research fellow at the International Institute for Asian Studies in The Netherlands.

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