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Turrel V. Wylie
Turrell Verl "Terry" Wylie (August 20, 1927 in Durango — ; August 25, 1984 in Seattle) was an American scholar, Tibetologist, sinologist, and professor, known as one of the 20th century's leading scholars of Tibet. He was for many years professor of Tibetan at the University of Washington and its first chair of the Department of Asian Languages and Literature. Wylie founded the Tibetan Studies program at the University of Washington, the first such program in the United States. His romanization system for rendering the Tibetan language, known as Wylie transliteration, is the main system used for transcribing Tibetan in academic and historical contexts.
- Miller R A 1986. Journal of the International Association of Buddhist Studies 9 (1): 150–155.