[Apologies for cross posting.] Dear colleagues, I'm mentioning the availability of a file listing 650 or so journals containing Buddhist Studies material. The current version can always be downloaded from here: Journals with Buddhist Studies material (Indica et Buddhica) http://indica-et-buddhica.org/indica-et-buddhica-tabulae-current.pdf Each of the titles within the file link directly to bibliographic details on the Indica et Buddhica site, e.g.:
Can anyone recommend sources regarding meat-eating among monastics in early Japanese Buddhism and up through the Kamakura period? I am grateful for suggestions in any language, but among secondary sources am particularly seeking those in English since they seem to be most scarce. Thanks very much in advance.
Ph.D. Student, Temple University
I would like to start a reading group for Khotanese Buddhist texts on Skype. The Khotanese corpus has been so far studied mostly from a linguistic/philological perspective, but less so from a more general socio-historical and specifically buddhological point of view. In spite of Khotan’s truly pivotal role between the Indian and Chinese worlds, Khotanese Buddhism is still inadequately located in the broader context of contemporary Buddhism.
I am working on the Tocharian B manuscript 197 (Sieg & Siegling 1953: 114, Thomas 1964: 69) and am having trouble understanding some details, as my knowledge of abhidharma is rather limited.
Those of you who have joined H-Buddhism in the past year (after our move to the Drupal system) have been forced to fill out your H-Net profiles before joining, and therefore, when you make a post, people can contact you, or find out who you are.
We would like to draw your attention to the 6th International Sheng Yen Education Foundation Buddhist Conference to be held in Taiwan, from July 1-3, 2016. The conference title is:
“Chinese Buddhism and Master Sheng Yen in the Contexts of Modernity and the Buddhist Historical Imagination”
Conference papers do not have to focus directly on Master Sheng Yen’s thought but must relate to Chinese Buddhism. The range of subtopics may be:
Dear Buddhist Scholars,
The American Comparative Literature Association's 2016 Annual Meeting will take place at Harvard University in Cambridge, Massachusetts March 17-20, 2016. Please find details below of a proposed seminar to which you are invited to submit a paper proposal:
Buddhist Literature as Philosophy, Buddhist Philosophy as Literature
Organizer: Rafal Stepien, Hampshire College (email@example.com)