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This is a reminder that the application deadline for the Lotsawa Translation Workshop is at the end of this week, April 15th. We would like to encourage early-career faculty, post-doctoral fellows, junior translators, and graduate students with advanced Tibetan literary skills to apply to workshop a translation-in-progress at the event.
We are pleased to announce that the tenth International Indology Graduate Research Symposium (IIGRS 10) will take place at SOAS, University of London, on Friday the 28th and Saturday the 29th September 2018. We would like to thank the SOAS South Asia Institute, the School of Languages, Cultures & Linguistics and School of History, Religions & Philosophies for their generous support.
We look forward to receiving abstracts from graduate students, as well as early career researchers who have completed their PhD within the past five years.
Routledge recently released The Buddhist World in paperback format. The book contains a wide range of articles by leading scholars as well as early career researchers, including regional overviews, profiles of major figures, and chapters on a wide range of topics, including gender, language, merit making, and society, mainly focused on issues. It was designed as an alternative to standard textbooks, and I've heard positive feedback from people who've used it for this purpose.
Here's the link for the new version:
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