Brenton Sullivan is a post-doctoral research fellow in the Department of Asian Studies and the Cultural Evolution of Religion Research Consortium at the University of British Columbia. His research is focused on the development of “mega monasteries” in Tibet in the seventeenth and eighteenth centuries. His research interests include the administration of religious communities in Tibet and China, Sino-Tibetan relations in the late Ming and Qing dynasties, and the religious history of northeastern Tibet (Amdo)/ western China.
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Sullivan, Brenton. 2014. Review of 'Discipline and Debate: The Language of Violence in a Tibetan Buddhist Monastery' by Michael Lempert. HIMALAYA 33(1).
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