CFP> (AAR panel) Chinese Tiantai Buddhism in the Qing or later

Dear colleagues, 

For our AAR panel "Later Tiantai Buddhism in China" (co-sponsored by the Buddhism unit and Chinese religions unit), we are looking for one proposal on Tiantai Buddhism in the Qing Dynasty or later. Please contact Lang Chen (lang.chen@polyu.edu.hk) for more information. Abstracts should be submitted by February 20th. 

   

CALL FOR APPLICATIONS> Doctoral School: "Women and Nuns in Chinese Buddhism"

We are pleased to announce the following Doctoral School at Ghent University: “Women and Nuns in Chinese Buddhism."

Date: June 3-7 2019
Venue: Het Pand (Ghent University)

Description:

The Doctoral School’s specialist course will focus on “Women and Nuns in Chinese Buddhism”. While adopting a diachronic perspective, it will give ample space to the twentieth and early twenty-first century. This will offer students insight into the status of Chinese Buddhist nuns and women in contemporary Chinese society and within the Buddhist world as a whole.

LECTURE/SEMINAR> Charismatic Moderns: (re)locating Chinese Buddhism in the Digital Age, and Transmission and Innovation: Mapping Charisma in Modern Chinese Buddhism

Dear colleagues,
 
the SOAS Centre of Buddhist Studies will soon hold the third lecture in the 2018-2019 Robert H. N. Ho Family Foundation Lectures Series in Chinese Buddhism.
 
Prof.

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