The research programme “Territories, Communities and Exchanges in the Sino-Tibetan Kham Borderlands (China)” has received funding from the European Union’s Seventh Framework Programme for research, technological development and demonstration, European Research Council (ERC), Support for frontier research (SP2-Ideas), Starting grant n° 283870.

It is hosted by the Centre d'études Himalayennes, at the Centre National de la Recherche Scientifique (CNRS)

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Chen Bo

Assistant Professor, Sichuan University, China

Dr. Chen Bo received his PhD from Peking University and currently teaches anthropology at Sichuan University. He has been a visiting scholar at UNC and Duke (2005-2006), and an Asian Scholar (2007-2009, Thailand). Dr. Chen speaks and reads Tibetan, and his work mainly focuses on Tibetan studies. His research interests include the history of Chinese anthropology on Tibetan studies, historical anthropology, kinship, civilization studies, and cross-area comparisons. His recent publications include Reproducing Shambala (2009), Li An-che and the West-China School of Anthropology (2010), and An Ethnography of Lo Yul, Nepal (2011).