Carl Yamamoto

Associate Professor

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Education

Ph.D., Religious Studies, University of Virgina, 2009

M.A., Religious Studies, University of Virginia, 2002

Areas of Expertise

Tibetan Buddhism during the “later dissemination” period (950-1300);
Religious autobiography and the textual economies of medieval Tibet
Textual production and material culture;
Religious conflict and the construction of orthodoxy and heterodoxy;
Sectarian identity and individual identity

Selected Publications

  • Vision and Violence: Lama Zhang and the Politics of Charisma in Twelfth-Century Tibet, Brill Publications, 2012
  • "The Historical Roots of Tibetan Scholasticism," Blackwell Religion Compass 3.5, September 2009, pages 823-35