CONFERENCE: Buddhism and Ritual Performance in Pre-Modern Japan, McGill University, Sept. 28, 2018

Crosspost from PMJS

 

Dear all, 

please find an updated conference schedule below. I would also like to thank BDK Canada and CREOR McGill for their financial support. This is our second conference in two years, and it is my hope that I can develop this into an annual conference solely devoted to the study of pre-modern Japanese religion and history.

Best wishes,

Mikael Bauer

 

 

Buddhism and Ritual Performance in Pre-modern Japan 

McGill University, School of Religious Studies, Birks Building, September 28 2018

Conference: The Society for the History of Japanese Economic Thought: Annual Conference (June 16-17)

 The Society for the History of Japanese Economic Thought (SHJET) holds the 29th Annual Conference at Nagaoka University on 16 and 17 June 2018.

 (Access map in Japanese: http://www.nagaokauniv.ac.jp/guide/map/)

 

16 June, Saturday

Call for Interest: Medieval Komonjo Workshop Summer 2018 (University of Michigan)

Dear colleagues,
 
We would like to solicit expressions of interest from graduate students and scholars for a month-long intensive workshop on medieval komonjo at the University of Michigan for summer of 2018, with a theme of “Commoners and Authority in Medieval Japan.” The workshop will introduce materials that emphasize the non-el

Announcing the 2017 Abe Fellowship Program Competition

 

Deadline: Sep. 1, 2017

Webpage: https://www.ssrc.org/fellowships/view/abe-fellowship/

Overview

The Social Science Research Council (SSRC) and the Japan Foundation Center for Global Partnership (CGP) announce the annual Abe Fellowship Program competition. Funding for the Abe Fellowship Program is provided by CGP.

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