Yao Dao Project Publications
Estevez, Joseba. 2016a. “Learning ‘shamanistic healing’ among the Lanten (Yao Mun) of Laos.” Photo essay in Oliver Tappe et al eds., Global Modernities and the (Re)Emergence of Ghosts, special online issue of the Global South Studies Center, Cologne (GSSCC), Germany.
—. 2016b. “Healing and cursing among the Lanten (Yao Mun) of Laos,” in L. Prager, M. Prager & G. Sprenger eds. Parts and Wholes: Essays on Social Morphology, Cosmology, and Exchange in Honour of J.D.M. Platenkamp. Münster: Lit Verlag.
—. 2019. “On becoming a ritual expert among the Lanten Yao Mun of Laos,” in Platenkamp, J.D.M. & Schneider, A. (eds.) Integrating Strangers in Society: Perspectives from Elsewhere. Palgrave Macmillan.
— and Khantamaly Yangnouvong (eds.). 2020. The Lanten Stories [13 volumes] Vientiane: National Library of Laos, Phankam Jampa.
Palmer, David A.. 2019. “Cosmology, Gender, Structure, and Rhythm: Marcel Granet and Chinese Religion in the History of Social Theory”, in Review of Religion and Chinese Society 6(2):160-187
Estevez, Joseba. Forthcoming. “The Lanten Manuscripts: Ritual Objects in the Transmission of Ritual Knowledge” in Manuscript Cultures. Hamburg: Centre of the Study of Manuscript Cultures.
—. Forthcoming. “Conquering Demons, Taming the Forest: The Lanten Priests and Masters”, Ph. D. in social anthropology under the supervision of Josephus Platenkamp, University of Münster, to be submitted in 2021.
Guo, Huiwen. Forthcoming. “The Dujie Ordination Ritual of the Lanten Yao of Laos: a Study of the Anlong and Nanling Rites”, M. Phil thesis under the supervision of Tam Wai-lun, the Chinese University of Hong Kong, to be submitted in 2021.
Palmer, David A. and Guo Huiwen and An Wei. Forthcoming. 「《老撾藍靛瑤文庫》：探討文本收集、分類、編目和評估的方法與相關問題. 」[The Lanten Yao Texts of Laos: Some Issues in the Collection, Classification, cataloguing and Evaluation of Manuscripts]. In Studies in Chinese Religions華人宗教研究. Taibei: The Center for the Study of Chinese Religion, National Chengchi University.
Sun, Jiayue. Forthcoming. “Renarrating Stories Across Genres: Lanten Ballads, Folktales, and Ritual Texts”, M. Phil thesis under the supervision of David A. Palmer, to be submitted in 2022.
Tse, M.H. Martin 謝孟謙. Forthcoming. 「藍靛瑤對道教儀式框架的應用——分析破獄儀式的文本」 [The Application of the Daoist Ritual Framework among the Lanten Yao: Textual Analysis on the Ritual Texts of “Attack on Hell”] in Studies in Chinese Religions 華人宗教研究. Taibei: The Center for the Study of Chinese Religion, National Chengchi University.
—. Forthcoming. The Daoist Lingbao Logic in the Ritual Tradition of the Lanten Yao of Luang Namtha, Laos: A Study of the ‘Attack on Hell’ Rite”, M. Phil thesis under the supervision of David A. Palmer, University of Hong Kong, to be submitted in 2021.
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