EPHE Tibetan Studies Resource Center (CDAT)
The Tibetan Studies Resource Center possesses a rich and varied collection:
- A photo library with 12,000 slides and over 3,000 photos documenting the Tibetan geographic zone
- 3,900 printed monographs in Western languages
- 1,000 volumes in Tibetan languages, including several multi-volume collections
- Holdings from Rolf Stein's personal library, acquired in 1991
The collection spans the Tibetan region including Bhutan in a range of disciplines: Tibetan religions (Buddhism and Bon) history, philosophy, civilization and the arts. The Center's reading room offers access to several hundred frequently consulted books and catalogues; it also serves as a meeting room for EPHE and CRCAO research seminars in Tibetan studies. The Center's reserves are located on level -3 of the Maison de L'Asie.
The Resource Center is open to graduate students (Master's +) and researchers.
Loan a possible for CRCAO members, on recommendation from their research supervisor.EPHE Tibetan Studies Resource Center (CDAT)