Position, Non-Tenure Track Assistant Professor/Senior Lecturer / Lecturer in Buddhist Counselling, University of Hong Kong

For details see: https://www.h-net.org/jobs/job_display.php?id=57881

Applications are invited for appointments as non-tenure track Assistant Professor/Senior Lecturer/Lecturer in Buddhist Counselling in the Centre of Buddhist Studies (Ref.: 492411), to commence on September 1, 2019 or as soon as possible thereafter, on a two-year fixed-term basis, with the possibility of renewal. The Centre promotes innovative thinking and new horizons for Buddhist studies and research.

AAR> Daoist Studies Sessions at AAR 2018 (including a fair amount of Buddhism)

Dear colleagues and friends,

The Daoist Studies Unit proudly announces the following panels at this year’s American Academy of Religion conference in Denver from November 17th to 20th.

Make sure to mark these exciting panels in your calendar. We hope to see you in Denver. 

AAR> Daoist Studies Sessions at #SBLAAR18 (including a fair amount of Buddhism)

Dear colleagues and friends,

The Daoist Studies Unit proudly announces the following panels at this year’s American Academy of Religion conference in Denver from November 17th to 20th.

Make sure to mark these exciting panels in your calendar. We hope to see you in Denver. 

New Books: Stories of 19th & 20th Century Thai Monks and Herman Hesse's SE Asia Travel Journal

Dear Friends,

We have two recent books of interest to this list.  Desk and exam copies of these are both available worldwide through Penguin Random House.  Info at https://www.shambhala.com/academic-requests.

The first is Kamala Tiyavanich's In the Cool Shade of Compassion: The Enchanted World of the Buddha in the Jungle

The wandering monks and adepts of the village temples, hills, and forests of Thailand.

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