Hyer, PaulAlternative names
Paul Hyer is a professor of history at BYU and the first coordinator of Asian Studies. He has traveled extensively through China and has devoted his academic life to the study of China and Mongolia. He was born in 1914. Sechim Jagchid was born and raised in Mongolia. He was educated at the University of Peking and has taught at the National Taiwan University, National Cheng-Chi University and BYU, where he is currently a professor of history.
From the description of Paul Hyer Mongolian Collection, 1979-1982 (Unknown). WorldCat record id: 80682551
Professor of Chinese history at Brigham Young University.
From the description of Mongolian living Buddha, 1982. (Unknown). WorldCat record id: 122367867
|creatorOf||Hyer, Paul. Mongolian living Buddha, 1982.||American Primers|
|creatorOf||Association for Asian Studies. Western Conference. Records of the Western Conference of the Association of Asian Studies, 1968-1981 1974-1981.||American Primers|
|creatorOf||Hyer, Paul. Paul Hyer Mongolian Collection, 1979-1982||American Primers|
|associatedWith||Association for Asian Studies. Western Conference.||corporateBody|
|associatedWith||Jagchid, Sechim, 1914-.||person|
|associatedWith||Jagchid, Sechin, 1914-||person|
|associatedWith||Kanjura Khutughtu, 1914-1978.||person|
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|Inner Mongolia (China)|