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PROGRAM> New PhD Program in Religion, University of Southern California (Jackson)

The University of Southern California’s School of Religion is delighted to announce its new Ph.D. program. We will be offering doctoral studies in three tracks: Asia Pacific Religions, Comparative Christianities, and Global Islam. Applications for students wishing to matriculate in the fall of 2015 are due December 31, 2014. For more information, please visit us online at dornsife.usc.edu/religion or contact Prof. Sherman Jackson, Director of Graduate Studies (sajackso@usc.edu). 

REVIEW> Ward on Klautau, 'Kindai nihon shisō to shite no bukkyō shigaku'

[Forwarded from H-Shukyo]

Ward on Klautau, 'Kindai nihon shisō to shite no bukkyō shigaku'

Orion Klautau. Kindai nihon shisō to shite no bukkyō shigaku. Kyōto: Hōzōkan, 2012. Illustrations. iv + 334 pp. n.p. (cloth), ISBN 978-4-8318-7364-4.

Reviewed by Ryan Ward (Meiji University)
Published on H-Shukyo (October, 2014)
Commissioned by Jolyon B. Thomas

SCHOLARSHIP> Fund in honor of Professor Michael Hahn (Petranker)

Dear Colleagues,

The late Professor Michael Hahn served as Co-Academic Director of Mangalam Research Center for Buddhist Languages (MRC) from its founding in 2009 until his illness made it impossible for him to participate. His connection with our organizations extends back another two decades, from the time he published Joy for the World, a translation of the Lokānandanāṭaka, with MRC's sister company, Dharma Publishing.

CFP> “Networks and Religious Difference in Asian Buddhist Traditions,” Vanderbilt University, April 3-4, 2015

We would like to send out a reminder that the deadline for applications is October 31, 2014.

Call for Papers: “Networks and Religious Difference in Asian Buddhist Traditions,” Vanderbilt University, April 3-4, 2015

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