Theresia Hofer is lecturer in social anthropology and Wellcome Research Fellow at the University of Bristol as well as a research associate at the University of Oxford’s Institute of Social and Cultural Anthropology, UK. She has written an ethnography and various articles about Tibetan medical practitioners and memories of Communist reforms in the Tibet Autonomous Region, China, and curated Bodies in Balance at the Rubin Museum in New York in 2014. She has since moved into studying the newly emerging Tibetan Sign Language in Lhasa and associated language ideologies and novel social formations.
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"Review of Signing and Belonging in Nepal by Erika Hoffmann-Dilloway,"
HIMALAYA, the Journal of the Association for Nepal and Himalayan Studies: Vol. 37
, Article 27.
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