Who Can Compete Against the World?: Power-Protection and Buddhism in Shan Worldview. In her ethnographic analysis of Shan religion, Tannenbaum questions traditional characterisations of the nature and meaning of Buddhism in lowland mainland Southeast Asia. She explores the role that power-protection plays in structuring the Shan worldview, producing an anthropological interpretation of Shan society and culture.
Who Can Compete Against the World?
PublisherAssociation for Asian Studies