Video: Tibet, Oxford & Aung San Suu Kyi

Marie-Laure Aris tells of her life as a young student in Paris, her interest and studies in anthropology and her travels in the Himalayas, where she met her future husband Anthony Aris.

People: Marie-Laure Aris

Marie-Laure Aris studied anthropology in Paris before teaching at University College London.  She is the wife of the late Anthony Aris, and together with his twin brother Michael, and his wife...

Video: Oral History of Tibetan Studies

The discipline of Tibetan Studies originated in the 1960s and 1970s. Its name was coined and the first international association established at a 1979 conference in Oxford.

People: Anna Sehnalova and Rachael Griffiths

Anna Sehnalova from Wolfson College, and Rachael Griffiths from St Hilda's College, have created the Oral History of Tibet Project at the University of Oxford.  The Project seeks to interview...