CALL FOR APPLICATIONS> Graduate student workshop on Digital Humanities for Research in East Asian Religions, May 26 and 27, 2018

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Discussion published by James Benn on Tuesday, April 10, 2018 

 

 

McMaster University Centre for Buddhist Studies announces a two-day graduate student workshop on Digital Humanities for Research in East Asian Religions, May 26 and 27 at McMaster. The workshop is supported by the Tianzhu Global Network in Buddhist Studies.

Call for applications, Graduate student workshop on Digital Humanities for Research in East Asian Religions, May 26 and 27

McMaster University Centre for Buddhist Studies announces a two-day graduate student workshop on Digital Humanities for Research in East Asian Religions, May 26 and 27 at McMaster. The workshop is supported by the Tianzhu Global Network in Buddhist Studies.
The workshop focuses on introductory level skills for mapping and network analysis.

Call for applications: International Program of Lecture Series, Conference/Forum, and Fieldwork on Buddhism and East Asian Cultures

International Program of Lecture Series, Conference/Forum, and Fieldwork on Buddhism and East Asian Cultures

July 3-12, 2018, Mount Wutai, Shanxi, China

CONFERENCE> Call for Applications: International Program of Lecture Series, Conference/Forum, and Fieldwork on Buddhism and East Asian Cultures

International Program of Lecture Series, Conference/Forum, and Fieldwork on Buddhism and East Asian Cultures

July 3-12, 2018, Mount Wutai, Shanxi, China

CFP Daoist Studies Unit, American Academy of Religion Annual Meeting, Denver CO, November 17-20 2018

The Daoist Studies Unit (DSU) of the American Academy of Religion (AAR) administers the essential venue for sharing research on Daoist materials anywhere in the Western world. The three main goals of the DSU are: to reach into the vast recesses of the largely unstudied Daoist tradition; to reach out in conversation with other religious traditions represented at the AAR; and to continually promote Annual Meeting of the AAR as an international venue for advancing research by all levels of Daoism scholars.

JOB> Assistant Professor of East Asian Religions, University of Georgia

The University of Georgia invites applications for a tenure-track position in Religion with specialization in East Asian traditions at the rank of Assistant Professor beginning fall 2018.

Area of research specialization is open.   Candidates with interdisciplinary expertise that complements our department’s existing strengths in the areas of diaspora studies and gender studies are especially encouraged to apply. Language proficiency in one or more East Asian languages relevant to candidate's research and teaching is required.

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