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LECTURE: John LoBreglio on "Japanese Buddhist Perspectives on the Paris Peace Conference and Early Twentieth-Century Imperialism," Otani University

Crosspost from H-Buddhism

From Takami Inoue

Dear Colleagues,  

You are cordially invited to the following public lecture by John LoBreglio (Oxford Brookes University) at the Shin Buddhist Comprehensive Research Institute of Otani University in Kyoto.

LECTURE: George Keyworth, "Scriptures Copied for the Kami," Kyoto Asian Studies Group meeting July 17th

Dear H-Japan members,

The speaker for the July meeting of the Kyoto Asian Studies Group is George Keyworth, who will present “Scriptures Copied for the Kami: A Preliminary Study of the Set of the Buddhist Canon from Matsuno’o Shrine, Kyoto, Japan” (see abstract below).

*Please note that the venue is Kyoto University, not Doshisha University*

The lecture will be held on Tuesday, July 14th from 6:00-8:00 in Room L132 (Daini kogishitsu) of the Kyoto University Faculty of Letters (see link below for access information).