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Department of the History of Art and Archaeology

Dr Philip Denwood

Overview

Philip Denwood
Department of the History of Art and Archaeology

Research Associate

Centre of Buddhist Studies

Committee Member, Centre of Buddhist Studies

Tibetan Studies

Member, Tibetan Studies Group

Name:
Dr Philip Denwood
Email address:
Telephone:
020 7898 4452
Address:
SOAS, University of London
Thornhaugh Street, Russell Square, London WC1H 0XG
Building:
Russell Square: College Buildings
Office No:
B408
Office Hours:
Mondays 2-3pm

Teaching

Courses Taught
PhD Students supervised
  • Lindsay Zamponi, 'British Collectors and Collections of Tibetan Art and Artefacts, 1850-1960'

Publications

Authored Books

Denwood, Philip (1999) Tibetan. Amsterdam: John Benjamins.

Denwood, Philip (1977) Le Tapis Tibétain. Paris: Le Courrier du Livre.

Denwood, Philip (1974) The Tibetan Carpet. Warminster: Aris and Phillips.

Edited Books

Denwood, Philip and Singer, J. Casey, eds. (1997) Tibetan Art: Towards a definition of Style. London: Calmann & Kng.

Denwood, Philip and Osmaston, H., eds. (1996) Recent Research on Ladakh 4 & 5: proceedings of the Fourth and Fifth International Colloquia on Ladakh. London: School of Oriental & African Studies.

Denwood, Philip and Piatigorsky, A., eds. (1983) Buddhist Studies, Ancient and Modern. SOAS, Centre of South Asian Studies.

Denwood, Philip, ed. (1978) Arts of the Eurasian Steppelands. SOAS. (Percival David Foundation Colloquy 7)

Book Chapters

Denwood, Philip (2006) 'Early connections between Ladakh/Baltistan and Amdo/Kham.' In: Bray, John, (ed.), Ladakhi Histories: Local and Regional perspectives. Leiden & Boston: Brill, pp. 31-40.

Denwood, Philip (2002) 'The Potala Palace.' In: Nparkyn, , (ed.), The Seventy Architectural Wonders of our World. Thames & Hudson (London), pp. 107-110.

Denwood, Philip (1997) 'Architectural style at Shalu.' In: Denwood, Philip and Singer, J. Casey, (eds.), Tibetan Art: Towards a definition of Style. London: Calmann & Kng, pp. 220-229.

Denwood, Philip (1996) 'William Moorcroft: an Assessment.' In: Denwood, Philip and Osmaston, H., (eds.), Recent Research on Ladakh 4 & 5: proceedings of the Fourth and Fifth International Colloquia on Ladakh. London: School of Oriental & African Studies, pp. 39-54.

Denwood, Philip (1996) 'The Tibetanisation of Ladakh: the Linguistic Evidence.' In: Denwood, Philip and Osmaston, H., (eds.), Recent Research on Ladakh 4 & 5: proceedings of the Fourth and Fifth International Colloquia on Ladakh. London: School of Oriental & African Studies, pp. 281-289.

Denwood, Philip (1993) 'Tibetan.' In: Encyclopaedia of Language and Linguistics. Oxford: Pergamon Press.

Denwood, Philip (1992) 'Sources of mandala design in India and Tibet.' In: Whitfield, R., (ed.), The Rise of Esoteric Buddhist Art. London: SOAS. (Percival David Foundation Colloquy No. 13)

Denwood, Philip (1991) 'Some rare words in Tibetan documents of the early period.' In: Steinkellner, E., (ed.), Tibetan history and language. Studies dedicated to Uray Geza on his seventieth birthday. Vienna: Arbeitskreis für tibetische und buddhistische Studien Universität Wien, pp. 129-136. (Wiener Studien zur Tibetologie und Buddhismuskunde; 26)

Denwood, Philip and Howard, N. F. (1990) 'Inscriptions at Balukhar and Char Zampa and Archaeological Observations on the Fort of Balukhar and its Environs.' In: Skorupski, T., (ed.), Indo-Tibetan Studies. Papers in honour and appreciation of Professor David L. Snellgrove's contribution to Indo-Tibetan Studies. Tring: Institute of Buddhist Studies, pp. 81-88. (Buddhica Britannica. Series continua; No. 2)

Denwood, Philip (1983) 'Notes on some Tibetan Bonpo Rituals.' In: Denwood, Philip and Piatgorsky, Alexander, (eds.), Buddhist Studies, Ancient and Modern. London: Curzon, pp. 12-19.

Denwood, Philip (1980) 'Temple and Rock Inscriptions at Alchi.' In: Snellgrove, D.L. and Skorupski, T., (eds.), The Cultural Heritage of Ladakh, vol 2. Warminster: Aris & Phillips, pp. 117-163.

Denwood, Philip (1978) 'Stupas of the Tibetan Bonpos.' In: Dallapiccola, A., (ed.), The Stupa. Heidelberg.

Articles

Denwood, Philip (2008) 'The Tibetans in the West, part 1.' Journal of Inner Asian Art & Archaeology, 3 . pp. 7-21.

Denwood, Philip (2007) 'The Tibetans in the Western Himalayas and Karakoram, Seventh-Eleventh Centuries: Rock art and inscriptions.' Journal of Inner Asian Art & Archaeology, 2 . pp. 49-58.

Denwood, Philip (1996) 'The artist’s treatise of sMan-bla Don-grub.' The Tibet Journal, XXI (2). pp. 24-30.

Denwood, Philip (1996) 'Tibetan sl- and zl-.' The Tibet Journal, XXI (4). pp. 23-29.

Denwood, Philip (1991) 'Some formative influences on Mahayana Buddhist art.' The Buddhist Forum 2 .

Denwood, Philip (1990) 'Uses of Indian technical literature in Tibetan architecture.' South Asian Studies, 6 (1). pp. 95-104.

Denwood, Philip (1990) 'Some remarks on the status and dating of the sBa-bzhed.' The Tibet Journal, XV (6). pp. 135-148.

Denwood, Philip (1986) 'The Tibetan noun-final -s.' Linguistics of the Tibeto-Burman Area, 9 (1). pp. 97-101.

Denwood, Philip and Fehervari, G. (1981) 'Metal and other objects in some of the Istanbul Album paintings.' Islamic Art, 1 .

Denwood, Philip (1973) 'A Greek Bowl from Tibet.' IRAN. The Journal of the British Institute of Persian Studies., XI . pp. 121-128.

Denwood, Philip (1971) 'Bhutanese architecture.' Journal of the Royal Central Asian Society, 58 (1). pp. 24-33.

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