LECTURE> Annual Leslie S. Kawamura Memorial Lecture: “Paradigm of an Ideal Monastery Advocated by Daoxuan" by Dr. Dorothy Wong

The Numata Chair in Buddhist Studies at the University of Calgary is pleased to present the Annual Leslie S. Kawamura Memorial Lecture:

“Paradigm of an Ideal Monastery Advocated by Daoxuan: An Investigation into the Connection between Ximingsi in Chang’an and Daianji in Nara”

Symposium> Kyoto: Recent Studies on D.T. Suzuki Studies: Views from the Philosophy of Nishida and Zen Modernization

Dear Colleagues,

Sorry for the short notice and cross-posting, but I would like to invite you to the following symposium in Kyoto this Friday.

"Daisetsu kenkyū no shūhen: Nishida tetsugaku to Zen no kindaika no shiten kara 大拙研究の周辺: 西田哲学と禅の近代化の視点から"

February 16, 2018, 1 pm - 5 pm (Doors open at 12:50)
Dai-ichi Kaigishitsu (2nd Floor), Campus Plaza Kyoto http://www.consortium.or.jp/about-cp-kyoto/access

Symposium: Recent Studies on D.T. Suzuki Studies: Views from the Philosophy of Nishida and Zen Modernization

Dear List Members,

Sorry for the short notice but I would like to invite you to the following symposium in Kyoto this Friday.

"Daisetsu kenkyū no shūhen: Nishida tetsugaku to Zen no kindaika no shiten kara 大拙研究の周辺: 西田哲学と禅の近代化の視点から"

February 16, 2018, 1 pm - 5 pm (Doors open at 12:50)
Dai-ichi Kaigishitsu (2nd Floor), Campus Plaza Kyoto http://www.consortium.or.jp/about-cp-kyoto/access

SYMPOSIUM> Murakami Sensho and Modern Japanese Buddhism (Tokyo University, Dec. 16)

Dear list members,

The Department of Indian Philosophy and Buddhist Studies at the University of Tokyo, along with Kakenhi Research Project 17K17601 would like to invite you to a symposium on the role of Murakami Sensho (1851-1929) in the history of modern Japanese Buddhism.

シンポジウム「村上専精と近代日本仏教」

Program

Shimoda Masahiro 下田正弘 (University of Tokyo)
開会の挨拶

Orion Klautau (Tohoku University)
趣旨説明

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Session 1 (村上専精――そのネットワークと業績)

Moro Shigeki 師茂樹 (Hanazono University)
村上専精『活用講述因明学全書』の思想

Symposium: Murakami Sensho and Modern Japanese Buddhism (At Tokyo University)

(apologies for cross-posting)

Dear list members,

The Department of Indian Philosophy and Buddhist Studies at the University of Tokyo, along with Kakenhi Research Project 17K17601 would like to invite you to a symposium on the role of Murakami Sensho (1851-1929) in the history of modern Japanese Buddhism.

シンポジウム「村上専精と近代日本仏教」

Program

Shimoda Masahiro 下田正弘 (University of Tokyo)
開会の挨拶

Orion Klautau (Tohoku University)
趣旨説明

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Session 1 (村上専精――そのネットワークと業績)

Moro Shigeki 師茂樹 (Hanazono University)
村上専精『活用講述因明学全書』の思想

Student Workshop: Precept Practices in Meiji Japan (at Tohoku University)

(apologies for cross-posting)

Dear list members,

The Tohoku University Global Japanese Studies Initiative would like to invite you to a student workshop on the image and activities of vinaya priests in modern Japan.

ワークショップ「近代日本仏教における律僧の表象と現実」

Speakers:
Nathaniel Gallant (University of Michigan)
慈雲となる道――近代日本仏教における翻訳と歴史

Kameyama Mitsuhiro 亀山光明 (Tohoku University)
宗門改革期における釈雲照の国民道徳論と戒律主義

Responding:
Shigeta Shinji 繁田真爾 (Waseda University)

Presiding:
Sasaki Shunsuke 佐々木隼相 (Tohoku University)

LECTURE: John LoBreglio on "Japanese Buddhist Perspectives on the Paris Peace Conference and Early Twentieth-Century Imperialism," Otani University

Crosspost from H-Buddhism

From Takami Inoue

Dear Colleagues,  

You are cordially invited to the following public lecture by John LoBreglio (Oxford Brookes University) at the Shin Buddhist Comprehensive Research Institute of Otani University in Kyoto.

LECTURE> John LoBreglio on "Japanese Buddhist Perspectives on the Paris Peace Conference and Early Twentieth-Century Imperialism", Otani University

Dear Colleagues,  

You are cordially invited to the following public lecture by John LoBreglio (Oxford Brookes University

SYMPOSIUM> Modern Japanese Buddhism and Shinran, Ryukoku University (Orion Klautau)

(apologies for cross-posting)

Dear list members,

The Ryukoku University Research Center for Buddhist Cultures in Asia (BARC) would like to invite you to a symposium on representations of Shinran between the Edo and Showa periods. It will take place on Saturday, May 17, 2014, at the Ryukoku University Omiya Campus in Kyoto (see schedule below). Presentations will be in Japanese.

Best regards,

Orion Klautau, Ph.D.
Ruprecht-Karls-Universität Heidelberg
Cluster of Excellence "Asia and Europe in a Global Context"

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