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In Her Own Right: A Century of Women's Activism, 1820-1920 ~ March 18-19, 2021
The Philadelphia Area Consortium for Special Collections Libraries (PACSCL) and In Her Own Right project team invite you to join us in exploring a century of women’s activism leading to the passage of the 19th Amendment. The symposium celebrates more than 5 years of work on the In Her Own Right project.
I am pleased to announce the launch of the Lingnan Prism Symposium Series in conjunction with Prism: Theory and Modern Chinese Literature. Prism is a Duke University Press journal hosted by the Centre for Humanities Research and the Chinese Department of Lingnan University of Hong Kong, in collaboration with the Forum on Chinese Poetic Culture, University of Illinois, Urbana-Champaign.
Simposio digital: Imaginar, medir y ordenar. Diálogos entre historia, cartografía y agrimensura
Fecha: 2 de diciembre de 2020
Hora: 9:00 – 18:30 (horario Uruguay GMT-3)
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Yoo Yeong Research Foundation in Korea has held its annual translation symposium since 2016. This symposium aims to provide opportunities to share experience and knowledge of translators, writers, and scholars. The 5th annual Yoo Yeong Translation Symposium in 2020 will be held online under the co-sponsorship of Yoo Yeong Research Foundation and the Department of English Language and Literature of Yonesi University on December 21.
• Date/Time: December 21, 2020 (Monday), 2:00 p.m. – 5:20 p.m.
• Venue: Online (Zoom)*
I am remiss for not supplying an updated abstract for my presentation, which will deal with the assessments of "other power" by the Korean Seon monk Jinul 知訥 (1158-1210), rather than the modern discussion by Sung-bae Park.
The Robert H. N. Ho Family Foundation Program in Buddhism and Contemporary Society is delighted to host the International Association of Shin Buddhist Studies (IASBS) panel on Other Power as our annual symposium, entitled:
“Other Power” in Indian, Chinese, Korean and Japanese Buddhism:
Its Nature and Role in Buddhist Awakening
Submitted by Behter Esener
Submitted by Sussan Babaie
Textual Abstraction Within Transnational Modernism– Part Two