Charles Roskelly Bawden FBA (22 April 1924 – 11 August 2016), Emeritus Professor of Mongolian, University of London.
Recipient of the PIAC Medal in 2012.
- 01st Meeting, Mainz 1958
- 02nd Meeting, Mainz 1959
- 03rd Meeting, Burg Liebenstein 1960
- 04th Meeting, Cambridge 1961
- 05th Meeting, Bloomington/Indiana 1962
- 07th Meeting, De Pietersberg 1964: (together with S. Jagchid) Some Notes on the Horse-Policy of the Yüan Dynasty
- 08th Meeting, Wahlscheid 1965: (together with S. Jagchid) Notes on Hunting of Some Nomadic Peoples of Central Asia
- 09th Meeting, Ravello 1966: (together with S. Jagchid) Notes on the ranks and titles of the Mongol Nobility during Manchu Time
- 13th Meeting, 1970: Some manuscripts of popular religion from Mongolia
Veronika Veit wrote a dedication to Charles Bawden’s 70th birthday:
- (1994). Charles Bawden, on the Occasion of his 70th Birthday. Central Asiatic Journal, 38(2), 149–154. http://www.jstor.org/stable/41927976,
and she also wrote a remarkable obituary, which, in itself, is a fine piece of biographical literature. She depicts Charles Bawden’s early life, his travels, which made him see in Hong Kong the devastation brought forth by WW II, and which, besides a detailed description of his scholarly contributions, highlights an important, but not really well-known facet of Charles Bawden’s life: he was also a poet.
- (2019) CHARLES BAWDEN / Charles Roskelly Bawden, 22 April 1924 – 11 August 2016, elected Fellow of the British Academy 1971; resigned 1980; re-elected 1985. In: Biographical Memoirs of Fellows of the British Academy, XVII, 449–469.
A short obituary also was posted in altaist.org.