Journal of Religious Minorities
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The Zoryan Institute is thrilled to announce that after two years of hosting the program virtually, the 2023 Genocide and Human Rights University Program (GHRUP) will be taking place in person at the University of Toronto! Registration for the 2023 GHRUP is open now until April 30th.
Indigenous Histories of Encounters in Asia-Pacific
Cambridge, 19–20 June 2023
Keynote speakers: Lynette Russell (Monash University) and Michael T. Carson (University of Guam)
Dear Friends and Colleagues,
It is my pleasure to announce a webinar titled ‘Buddhist Nationalism in Myanmar & Sri Lanka: Rhetoric, Responses, Challenges’.
I am pleased to share a new release that I hope will be of interest to those on this list.
1. Jhana Consciousness: Buddhist Meditation in the Age of Neuroscience
By Paul Dennison
An interdisciplinary deep dive into Buddhist jhāna meditation and how it can transform our understanding of self and consciousness.
I am looking to freshen my Modern Southeast Asia course, and I would like to ask if anyone might share their syllabi, sources, and particualrly assignments with me. My current course, for which there has not been a demand for a while, is out of date. The course will be taught next year at the intermediate undergraduate level, with students who will appreciate a mixture of written and visual sources, including videos, etc. Any suggestions much appreciated.