TALK> "Buddhist-inflected Sovereignties Across the Indian Ocean: A Pali Arena, 1200–1550," a talk by Anne M. Blackburn


"Buddhist-inflected Sovereignties Across the Indian Ocean: A Pali Arena, 1200–1550," a talk by Anne M. Blackburn
 Friday, February 3, 2023 at 12:00pm to 1:00pm

 Virtual Event
Please join Cornell's Society for Buddhist Studies for a virtual talk by Prof. Anne M. Blackburn, the Old Dominion Foundation Professor in the Humanities here at Cornell.

LECTURE> Zoom via Northwestern, Dr. Melissa Curley, "Living Memory: Mass Body Relics in Modern and Contemporary Japan" Thurs Feb. 2 5pm CST

 

Dear Colleagues, 

The Khyentse Foundation Buddhist Studies Lecture Series at Northwestern is pleased to announce the following lecture, free and open to the public via Zoom: 

Date: Thurs Feb. 2, 5pm CST

Speaker: Dr. Melissa Curley, Associate Professor of Buddhist Studies in the Comparative Studies Department at Ohio State University

Talk Title:  "Living Memory: Mass Body Relics in Modern and Contemporary Japan"

EVENT: Jonathan Kaufman discusses The Last Kings of Shanghai: The Rival Jewish Dynasties that Shaped Modern China, Northeastern University (February 8)

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February 8, 2023

Re: Seminar series “Energy: Past & Present”. Online. Starting 28 Sept 18 h. (CET)

21 DECEMBER 2022, 18h. (CET)

SEMINARS “Energy: Past & Present”

“The political economy of energy extraction: uncontested past, controversial present”

Roberto Cantoni (ICTA-Universitat Autònoma de Barcelona)

Sessió online: https://uv-es.zoom.us/j/99279526970#success

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