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Re: RESOURCE> Graduate Programs in Buddhist Studies (about being listed)

Dear Colleagues,

After posting the notice about our graduate programs listing, we have received a couple of messages of complaint about this or that program not being listed, as if some programs were deliberately being singled out for rejection.

Please understand: we did not go out and procure this list of institutions--the list has been created entirely based on information that has been sent to us from representatives of the institutions. So if there is a program that you think should be listed, just give us the name of the program and the URL, and we'll gladly add it.

WORKSHOP> Free intensive course in Beginning Literary Tibetan

Dear Colleagues,

UMA Institute for Tibetan Studies offers a free intensive course in
Beginning Literary Tibetan, November 17th to December 23rd, 2014. The goal of this course is to quickly introduce aspiring translators to some of the great Ge-luk and Nying-ma authors of Tibet.

The course will be taught by me, Bill Magee, at the UMA Institute for
Tibetan Studies outside of Charlottesville, VA. For more information see
our web page: uma-tibet.org.

CONFERENCE> Schedule, Abstracts Newly Posted, Princeton Dunhuang Conference, Sept. 6-8

Dear List members,

A full schedule detailing panels, paper titles, and keynote lectures is now available on the conference website: https://csr.princeton.edu/dunhuangmanuscripts/. Abstracts of papers are also posted. The conference is free but pre-registration (via the website) is required.

Stephen F. Teiser, Princeton University

 

Prospects for the Study of Dunhuang Manuscripts: The Next 20 Years

JOBS> H-Net Job Guide Weekly Report For H-Buddhism: 4 August - 11 August

The following jobs were posted to the H-Net Job Guide from  4 August

2014 to 11 August 2014. These job postings are included here based on

the categories selected by the list editors for H-Buddhism. See the

H-Net Job Guide website at http://www.h-net.org/jobs/ for more

information.

 

ASIAN HISTORY / STUDIES

Northwestern University - Assistant or Associate Professor, Modern

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