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LECTURE> Martin Delhey, "Forever Finding no Fault with saṃsāra: Select Remarks on the gotra Theory of the Yogācārabhūmi and Closely Related Texts"

Dear Colleagues,

It is my pleasure to announce the following public lecture.

Speaker: Dr. Martin Delhey (Centre for the Study of Manuscript Cultures, the University of Hamburg)

Title: Forever Finding no Fault with saṃsāra: Select Remarks on the gotra Theory of the Yogācārabhūmi and Closely Related Texts

Date: Saturday, May 21, 2016. 4pm-5:30pm.

Place: Waseda University, Toyama Campus, Bldg. No. 36, Rm. 581.

JOURNAL> Journal of Indian and Tibetan Studies, No. 19, 2015

Posted on behalf of Shoryu Katsura

Dear Colleagues

I am happy to announce that the newest issue of Journal of Indian and Tibetan Studies (Indogaku Chibettogaku Kenkyū), No. 19, 2015, is now on line: http://www.jits-ryukoku.net/. The table of contents is as follows:

Shizuka SASAKI, “The Distinguishing Characteristics of the Mahāsāṃghika Vinaya in its Account of the Second Council: Why Do the Ten Points Not Appear? “

COURSE> Summer Language Intensives in Tibetan, Sanskrit, and Nepalese at CBS in Kathmandu

Dear List Members,
 
Kathmandu University - Centre for Buddhist Studies at Rangjung Yeshe Institute is accepting applications for its Tibetan, Sanskrit and Nepalese summer intensive language courses for another few weeks. The courses include beginning and intermediate classical Tibetan, three levels of colloquial Tibetan (beginning, intermediate, and advanced), beginning Sanskrit, and beginning and intermediate Nepalese. An introductory Buddhist studies intensive, combining study and a meditation practicum, is also offered.
 

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