CONFERENCE > UKABS 2019 conference at SOAS (University of London)

Dear Colleagues,

We are taking bookings for the 019 UKABS conference at SOAS (programme below) on the 6th July. We have a really varied programme and great speakers, and we hope to see you there.  You can still register by following the instructions below: 

*Registration Fee for UKABS one-day conference*

UKABS members: £25 (£15 students/monastic members/retired)

Non-UKABS members: £35 (£25 students/monastic members/retired) 

Lunch is provided for those who book before Monday 24 June (please let us know any dietary requirements in advance).

ROUNDTABLE> How Karma Works from a Tibetan Buddhist Perspective

The Numata Chair in Buddhist Studies at the University of Calgary is pleased to present:

 

"How Karma Works from a Tibetan Buddhist Perspective" 

Roundtable Discussion with 

His Eminence Tulku Neten Rinpoche

Thursday May 2, 1-2:30pm, Kawamura Library

Followed by reception

 

Topic:

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.

EVENT> Buddhism Inside Out: Thus Have I Heard: Sound and Buddhism in Japan SOAS (University of London) 2 March 2019

Dear colleagues,
 
the SOAS Centre of Buddhist Studies is delighted to announce the second Buddhism Inside Out event of the year, generously sponsored by Khyentse Foundation. We are co-hosting the event with Japan sound Portrait and with the SOAS Centre for the Study of Japanese Religions. The event will be hosted on 2 March 2019, from 1 to 5 p.m., in the Brunei Gallery Lecture Theatre.

Re: NEW BOOK> A Critique of Western Buddhism: Ruins of the Real, by Glenn Wallis

Dear Charles,

Thank you for posting notice of my new book. I appreciate it. The last sentence in the first paragraph of the publisher's blurb should read: 

"Yet these preeminent human truths are universally fortified against in contemporary Buddhist practice, contravening the very heart of Buddhism."

peace,
Glenn Wallis

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