NEW BOOK> Dunhuang Manuscript Culture: End of the First Millennium, by Imre Galambos

Dunhuang Manuscript Culture: End of the First Millennium

De Gruyter Series: Studies in Manuscript Cultures
2020
DOI: https://doi.org/10.1515/9783110726572

information: https://www.degruyter.com/view/title/594440#.X8qZ6Aot2aQ.twitter

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NEW BOOK> Chán Buddhism in Dūnhuáng and Beyond: A Study of Manuscripts, Texts, and Contexts in Memory of John R. McRae

New publication:
Chán Buddhism in Dūnhuáng and Beyond
A Study of Manuscripts, Texts, and Contexts in Memory of John R. McRae

Leiden: Brill 2020/2021

TALK> Channa Li, "Toward Building a Typology of Chos grub's Calligraphy: Paleographical Studies of the Tibetan Dunhuang Manuscripts written in the Monastic Style." (Zoom)

Dear Collleagues, 
we on the BuddhistRoad team (https://buddhistroad.ceres.rub.de/en/) are happy to be offering our first hybrid guest lecture, both on site in the Center for Religious Studies (CERES) Bochum and live worldwide via Zoom online. 

The guest lecture will be presented by Channa Li of IKGA, Vienna, on 13 October 2020,14:00–15:30 Central European Summer Time (GMT+2). Channa Li's talk is titled: 

Toward Building a Typology of Chos grub's Calligraphy:

LECTURE> Georgios Halkias and Neil Schmid at Ghent University

Dear Colleagues,

The Centre for Buddhist Studies at Ghent University, with the support of the Tianzhu foundation, is pleased to announce 2 upcoming lectures by Georgios Halkias (University of Hong Kong, click for more information) and Neil Schmid (Dunhuang Academy). Both lectures will take place on Thursday, March 8th, 10am-1pm. Admission is free but space is limited and RSVP is required. RSVP by contacting Christoph Anderl at Christoph.Anderl@ugent.be.

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