For our AAR panel "Later Tiantai Buddhism in China" (co-sponsored by the Buddhism unit and Chinese religions unit), we are looking for one proposal on Tiantai Buddhism in the Qing Dynasty or later. Please contact Lang Chen (firstname.lastname@example.org) for more information. Abstracts should be submitted by February 20th.
Dear friends of the Chinese Religions Unit:
With the deadline for AAR panel and paper submissions coming up on March 4 at 5:00 pm EST, we wanted to remind you of the topics proposed for our Call for Papers:
· Animals in Chinese Religions
· Comparative Technical Aspects of Devotional Rites
· Sinicization of Religion in Contemporary China
· Religion and Property
Dear H-Buddhism List Members,
On behalf of the Woodenfish Foundation, Chongde Temple and the Charhar Institute, I am pleased to announce the “Woodenfish Forum 2019,” an academic conference and tour that seeks to bring together scholars from all parts of the world to discuss and present new research ideas, perspectives, and approaches on the theme of “Monasticism and Monastic Codes Across the Buddhist World.”
Please see the following Call For Papers and the linked PDF document for more information.
Program Coordinator, Woodenfish Forum 2019;
The International Journal of Buddhist Thought & Culture (IJBTC) is published to promote Buddhist Studies by encouraging wide-ranging research on Buddhist thought and culture.
IJBTC is a peer-reviewed, academic journal published bi-annually in English language by the Academy of Buddhist Studies at Dongguk University, Korea.
The scholastic quality of IJBTC was accredited by Korean Research Foundation in 2007. The IJBTC are included in the Thomson Reuters Emerging Sources Citation Index in 2017 and the resource of the ATLA Religion Database® in 2018.
For our standalone panel(s), the Korean Religions Unit welcomes proposals for papers sessions, roundtable sessions, and individual papers. Proposals in all areas of Korean Religions will be considered, but we are especially interested in working around the following themes as they relate to religion in Korea:
Dear Friends and Colleagues,
I am pleased to announce the special lecture by Dr. Fumihiko Sueki in Ryukoku University on be half of the Research Center for World Buddhist Cultures, Ryukoku University.
Dr. Sueki, a professor emeritus of Tokyo University and the International Research Center for Japanese Studies, will give a lecture concerning Japanese emperors (tenno) and Japanese religions during modern period on February 14, 2019 in Ryukoku University Omiya Campus.