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Stephen Addiss Has Passed Away

I had not seen this posted anywhere but wanted to share the sad news that Dr. Stephen Luh Addiss, Tucker-Boatwright Professor in the Humanities: Art at the University of Richmond, Virginia, previously of The University of Kansas passed away earlier this month.  His translations and and books on East Asian art and poetry have been an important contribution for dcecades.  

We did a short write-up on him with links to other resources about Stephen.

https://www.shambhala.com/stephen-addiss/

RCWBC Colloquium "Medieval Monastic Librarianship at Amanosan Kongōji: What Sacred Transmitted Documents and Books (shōgyō 聖教) Tell Us We Do Not Know about the History of Medieval East Asian Buddhism" by Dr. George Keyworth

I would like to draw your attention to the 2022 RCWBC Colloquium held at the Research Center for World Buddhist Cultures, Ryukoku University.

【Title】Medieval Monastic Librarianship at Amanosan Kongōji: What Sacred Transmitted Documents and Books (shōgyō 聖教) Tell Us We Do Not Know about the History of Medieval East Asian Buddhism

【Speaker】George Keyworth (Visiting Researcher, Research Center for World Buddhist Cultures, Ryukoku University; Associate Professor, University of Saskatchewan)

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