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Wednesday, April 05, 2006

Tibskrit - A Bibliography of Tibetan Philology, released
Research School of Pacific and Asian Studies (RSPAS), The Australian National University, Canberra, Australia

Supplied note: "Dear Tibet List [i.e. - ed.], [... Tibskrit is] a bio-bibliographical work that may be found useful for anyone who can make use of it critically, which I think might include persons doing research in areas in some way related to Indian and Tibetan religion, philosophy, grammar, literature and so forth. Tibskrit [TibskritRTF.rtf file is 3.6MB long - ed.] was compiled (and typed) by myself over a number of years. Earlier this year it was edited by Alexander Cherniak of Jerusalem.

It is 'open' and freely available to anyone who would like to have it (and if you know of anyone who might like to have it, please forward this message to them right away). Its remaining imperfections can be fixed. It can be used in any way you find useful.

[...] Another warning - If you do not have a fairly recent computer setup, it is possible you may not be equipped to handle Unicode fonts (Mac systems starting with OS X do support Unicode, as do recent PCs). Tibskrit is being made available, at present, only in Unicode fonts. Kindly let me know if you need a pre-Unicode font version. Perhaps this could be made available, too. [...] Yours sincerely, Dan Martin, Jerusalem."


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