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WORKSHOP> D.T. Suzuki Workshop, Kyoto, March 7, 2019

Dear Colleagues,
(apology for cross-posting)

I am happy to announce the following workshop on recent scholarships on D.T. Suzuki.
For inquiry and attendance, please contact me off list at: tmoriya@hannan-u.ac.jp

Date: March 7, 2019 1 pm - 5 pm
Venue: Dai-ichi Kaigishitsu (2nd floor), Campus Plaza Kyoto
Language: Japanese

LECTURE SERIES> Permanent Training in Buddhist Studies, Ghent Centre for Buddhist Studies

The Ghent Centre for Buddhist Studies, located in Ghent, Belgium, will host a series of public lectures on the topic of Buddhism, broadly defined. This series is open to anyone interested in Buddhist Studies. As some of the lectures will be hosted by scholars from abroad, a basic knowledge of English is recommended. Participation is free of charge for all students and members of Ghent University.

NEW BOOKS> Two posthumous publications by Luis O. Gómez

I am pleased to announce the posthumous publication of two books by Professor Luis O. Gómez, written in Spanish. The books were published by El Colegio de México.


LA TRADUCCIÓN EN LA DIDÁCTICA DE LAS LENGUAS CLÁSICAS DE ASIA: REFLEXIONES PRELIMINARES (Translation in the Didactic of Classical Asian Languages: Preliminar Reflections) 115 pages  ISBN 978-607-628-385-1

CFA> 2019 International Summer Program of Lecture Series, Conference, Forum, and Fieldwork on Buddhism & East Asian Cultures

(August 2-10, 2019; Xi’an 西安, China)

The Association for the Promotion of Xuanzang-associated Culture 玄奘文化促進會in Xi’an 西安, Shaanxi province, the From the Ground Up project based at the University of British Columbia (www.frogbear.org), Guiyuan Monastery 歸元寺 in Xi’an, Shaanxi, and the Jintai Academy 金臺書院, Shaanxi, cordially invite applications for a 9-day (August 2-10, 2019) program of lecture series, conference/forum, and fieldwork on Buddhism and East Asian Cultures at the Jintai Academy in Zhen’an, Shaanxi, China.

NEW BOOKS> Asanga's Mahāyānasamgraha and Shabkar's Emanated Scripture of Manjusri

I am pleased to share two new major releases from Shambhala Publications relevant to this list.

The first is the monumental three volume Compendium of Mahayana, Asanga's Mahāyānasamgraha, introduced and translated by Karl Brunnholzl.

Included here is the text itself along with its Indian and Tibetan commentaries in three volumes, presenting virtually everything anybody might want to know about the Yogācāra School of mahāyāna Buddhism.