LECTURE> Liu Yi, On the “Image of the Extinction of the Dharma” at the Dazhushengku Cave of Baoshan

Dear all, 

The Glorisun Global Network for Buddhist Studies is pleased to present: 

On the “Image of the Extinction of the Dharma” at the Dazhushengku Cave of Baoshan

By Professor Liu Yi 劉屹, Capital Normal University

who will be presenting his lectures at the following locations in the coming days:

LECTURE> Liu Yi, On the “Image of the Extinction of the Dharma” at the Dazhushengku Cave of Baoshan

Dear all, 

The Glorisun Global Network for Buddhist Studies is pleased to present: 

On the “Image of the Extinction of the Dharma” at the Dazhushengku Cave of Baoshan

By Professor Liu Yi 劉屹, Capital Normal University

who will be presenting his lectures at the following locations in the coming days:

Lectures>Dr. Jonathan A. Silk (Leiden University) and Dr. Vincent Tournier (École française d’Extrême-Orient) at IRIAB, Soka University (2019-5-29)

Dear friends and colleagues,

You are cordially invited to the following lectures at the International Research Institute for Advanced Buddhology, Soka University in Tokyo.

Dr. Jonathan A. Silk (Professor, Leiden University)

Theme: A Window into Sino-Tibetan Pure Land Practices at Dunhuang

Dr. Vincent Tournier (Maître de conférences, École française d’Extrême-Orient)

Theme: Buddhist Lineages along the “Southern Routes”

Date: 29, May, 2019

Time: 1300-1700 (JST)

Place: Meeting Room 8, 12th Floor, Global Square, Soka University

 

CFP- International Conference on the Production, Preservation and Perusal of Buddhist Epigraphy in Central and East Asia

CALL FOR PAPERS

International Conference on the Production, Preservation and Perusal of Buddhist Epigraphy in Central and East Asia

(August 20-21, 2019; Oxford, UK)

Announcement: Call for Papers, Inscriptions from the Islamic World, AUC, 6-8 September 2019

Inscriptions in Arabic, Persian and Turkish constitute a remarkable source for the history of the Islamic world. The earliest Arabic inscriptions represent some of our earliest firmly dated Muslim sources for Islamic history, while in later periods inscriptions often constitute unique contemporary evidence for not just the building activities sponsored by rulers and high officials, but also raw historical data such as dates of rulers and events. 

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