WORKSHOP> "Doctrine and Practice beyond Borders: International Interactions in East Asian Buddhism" at Princeton University, Sept. 16, 2022

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We are pleased to announce an upcoming workshop at Princeton University, “Doctrine and Practice beyond Borders: International Interactions in East Asian Buddhism,” a part of Princeton University’s Numata Visiting Scholar program. The workshop, organized by Bryan Lowe (Princeton University) and Mayuko Kawakami (Osaka University; 2022 Princeton Numata Visiting Scholar), will be held for one-day in-person on Friday, September 16, 2022.

More information on the workshop and a list of speakers can be found here:

Registration will be available soon. The workshop will be conducted in both English and Japanese.

We are also able to support limited travel expenses up to $500 for a small number of interested graduate students. Please send a short one-page proposal explaining your interest in the workshop and relevant training to, as well as a budget. We will begin reviewing applications next week, though we will continue to accept applications on a rolling basis as long as funding is available.

In addition to the Numata Visiting Scholar Fund, the workshop is generously supported by the Center for Culture, Society and Religion; the East Asian Studies Program; the Humanities Council; Princeton Institute for International and Regional Studies; and the Glorisun Global Network for Buddhist Studies.



Bryan Lowe

Princeton University