Author: 
John P. R. Eicher
Reviewer: 
Brandon Bloch

Bloch on Eicher, 'Exiled Among Nations: German and Mennonite Mythologies in a Transnational Age (Publications of the German Historical Institute)'

John P. R. Eicher. Exiled Among Nations: German and Mennonite Mythologies in a Transnational Age (Publications of the German Historical Institute). Washington, DC; Cambridge: German Historical Institute; Cambridge University Press, 2020. xvi + 337 pp. $99.99 (cloth), ISBN 978-1-108-48611-8

UNC Krasno Event Series, March 9, 2021, 5:30 Eastern, Zoom event: "From Stalin and Khrushchev to Putin: Autocracy in Russia from World War II to the Present"

"From Stalin and Khrushchev to Putin: Autocracy in Russia from World War II to the Present"

Tuesday, March 9, 2021, 5:30pm Eastern time - 10:30pm London; 11:30pm Berlin; March 10, 6:30am Beijing; March 10, 9:30am Sydney

https://zoom.us/j/98072415115; no RSVP required

Talk and Panel Discussion featuring:

RESOURCE> DDB/CJKV-E dictionaries Update, February 2021

Crosspost from H-Buddhism

 

I've uploaded the list of new DDB and CJKV-E entries for February 2021. We have 306 new entries for the DDB (Total: 75,378) and 126 for the CJKV-E (Total: 64,107).

 

If you have any comments on this month's entries, please do let me know. This month's report file is at: http://www.buddhism-dict.net/ddb/monthlies/ddbcjkveMonthly2021-02.html

 

Regards,

Chuck

 

SEMINAR> Nanzan Seminar for the Translation of Buddhist Texts -- Zhiyi's Fahua Xuanyi

Discussion published by Matthew McMullen on Monday, March 1, 2021  0 Replies

Crosspost from H-Buddhism 

The Nanzan Institute for Religion and Culture will host the first annual Nanzan Seminar for the Translation of Buddhist Texts beginning in April 2021. The seminar will be held online and meet monthly from April to October.

REMINDER: Shuri Castle and the Politics of Memory, March 5-6

Later this week, Kyushu University Border Studies will host an international Workshop examining 'Heritage from the margins? Shuri Castle and the Politics of Memory', in conjunction with IMAP, Pennsylvania State University, the University of Cambridge, the Sainsbury Institute, and the University of East Anglia.

Across two days, a plenary discussion and three roundtable panels explore ongoing memorial contestation over Shuri Castle and its place within regional, national, and global narratives of meaning making.

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