JOURNAL> Publication of Japan Studies Review vol. XXII (2018)

The Japan Studies Review (JSR) is an annual peer-reviewed journal sponsored by the joint efforts of the Asian Studies Program at Florida International University. JSR remains an outlet for publications related to Southern Japan Seminar events that encourages submissions from a wide range of scholars in the field.

SYMPOSIUM> "New Perspectives on Medieval Zen Buddhism Part II: The Fields Opened by the Chūsei zenseki sōkan" by CHT at Nagoya University, October 8

Dear. Colleagues,

On behalf of the Research Center for Cultural Heritage and Texts (CHT) at Nagoya University Graduate School of Letters, I am pleased to announce the symposium, “New Perspectives on Medieval Zen Buddhism Part II: The Fields Opened by the Chūsei zenseki sōkan” to be held at Nagoya University this coming October.


Symposium “New Perspectives on Medieval Zen Buddhism Part II: The Fields Opened by the Chūsei zenseki sōkan

(中世禅への新視角 Part II: 『中世禅籍叢刊』が開く世界)

TEACHING RESOURCE> Thirteen Buddhist Deities of Japan (70 Annotated Photos; 84 Pages)

Crosspost from H-Buddhism

 

Discussion published by Mark Schumacher on Saturday, July 28, 2018 

 

I have recently uploaded a Condensed Visual Classroom Guide titled:
Thirteen Buddhist Deities of Japan
Exploring Their Origins & Roles in Japanese Death Rites & Funerary Art

CALL FOR ARTICLES> Japanese Buddhism in Europe, a special issue of the Journal of Religion in Japan

150 years ago, the West met Meiji Japan. The political, material and economic results of these early encounters have since been part of world history, and the cultural exchanges have had a significant impact on global culture. Also, the circulation of ideas, practices and religious institutions have made its marks in history.

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