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This two-day online workshop will offer participants an introduction to women and their agency in Buddhist Asia. The program will include four lecture presentations, each followed by a content and curriculum development discussion. The program will conclude with breakout group curriculum discussions and a final plenary panel discussion with speakers. Prior to the workshop, participants will be provided short readings and bibliographies for each session.
UPDATE 16 May: The project is secured. We are hoping to improve the table of contents by adding one final contribution dedicated to culture-bound syndromes from the Arab world, the Middle East, Africa or indigenous communities.
We welcome chapter proposals on any cultural syndromes and their representations in popular culture BUT ONLY for these regions. For example:
- the evil eye (Al-Ayn, in Arabic), Djinnati
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The world-economy is being fundamentally transformed. After the financial crisis of 2008, the Chinese economy has grown dramatically—by some measures it has already surpassed the United States—and Beijing is now flexing its military and political muscle.
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