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SEMINAR> Dr. Gregory Adam Scott on "Chinese Buddhist Diplomacy during the Cold War," EPHE Paris, 23rd October 2018

Dear colleagues,

I am pleased to announce that I will be giving a presentation on "Chinese Buddhist Diplomacy during the Cold War" at the École pratique des hautes études on 23rd October from 17:00 to 19:00, room 9, 54 Boulevard Raspail, 75006 Paris. The event is generously hosted by the Centre d’études interdisciplinaires sur le bouddhisme at INALCO. A poster for the talk is available here. All are welcome to attend.

Call for Submissions: International Journal of Buddhist Thought & Culture Vol.28, No.2(December 2018)

Dear Colleagues,

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.

Conference: IASBS at AAR: Buddhism and National Security in 20th Century America

Colleagues,

For those making plans to attend the annual meeting of the American Academy of Religion in Denver, I wanted to bring the following event, sponsored by the International Association of Shin Buddhist Studies (http://www.iasbs.org), to your attention.

Thank you,
Scott Mitchell
Institute of Buddhist Studies

Buddhism and National Security in 20th Century America

RESOURCE> Chinese Buddhist Canonical Attributions database (CBC@)

Dear colleagues,

On November 9 2017, I announced on this list the launch of an online reference work to help scholars track scholarship and evidence pertaining to attributions (and, by implication, dates) of Chinese Buddhist texts —the Chinese Buddhist Canonical Attributions database (CBC@).

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