CONFERENCE> “Thus Have I Heard”: Patterns and Logics in Buddhist Narrative Literature, November 25-27

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We are pleased to share the programme of “’Thus Have I Heard’: Patterns and Logics in Buddhist Narrative Literature”.

 

Title: “Thus Have I Heard”: Patterns and Logics in Buddhist Narrative Literature | “如是我聞”: 佛教敘事範式與邏輯

Type: Hybrid conference

Dates:

CONF Programme announcement | “Thus Have I Heard”: Patterns and Logics in Buddhist Narrative Literature

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CONFERENCE > The Dharma-Ending Age: The Climate Crisis through the Lens of Buddhist Eschatology, Past and Present

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We are pleased to share the full program of “The Dharma-Ending Age: The Climate Crisis through the Lens of Buddhist Eschatology, Past and Present”.

 

Title: The Dharma-Ending Age: The Climate Crisis through the Lens of Buddhist Eschatology, Past and Present International Conference | 《劫盡末法之時:以佛教末世論觀照人類歷史與現實中的氣候危機問題》國際研討會

Type: Hybrid conference

Dates:

Keynote Lecture: Prof. Jin Y. Park, “What Is Ethics For? A Minimalist Approach to Buddhist Ethics”

* This event is hybrid, audiences will be able to attend this talk either in-person or remotely via ZOOM after registering *

 

UBC's Robert H. N. Ho Family Foundation Program in Buddhism and Contemporary Society is delighted to announce that it will be hosting a hybrid public talk by Professor Jin Y. Park (American University) entitled:

Keynote Lecture: Prof. Jay L. Garfield, “Buddhism and Nonviolence in the Contemporary World”

* This event is hybrid, audiences will be able to attend this talk either in-person or remotely via ZOOM after registering *

 

UBC's Robert H. N. Ho Family Foundation Program in Buddhism and Contemporary Society is delighted to announce that it will be hosting a hybrid public talk by Professor Jay L. Garfield (Smith College and the Harvard Divinity School) entitled:

Keynote Lecture: Prof. Susan Andrews, “Co-creating Learning Experiences at the Peripheries”

* This event is hybrid, audiences will be able to attend this talk either in-person or remotely via ZOOM after registering *

 

UBC's Robert H. N. Ho Family Foundation Program in Buddhism and Contemporary Society is delighted to announce that it will be hosting a hybrid public talk by Prof. Susan Andrews (Mount Allison University) entitled:

CONFERENCE> Religions and Local Society in the Historical, Comparative, and Theoretical Perspectives: An International Conference in Honour of Timothy Brook

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We are pleased to share the full program of “Religions and Local Society in the Historical, Comparative, and Theoretical Perspectives: An International Conference in Honour of Timothy Brook”.

Title: Religions and Local Society in the Historical, Comparative, and Theoretical Perspectives: An International Conference in Honour of Timothy Brook | 歷史、比較學與理論視閾下的宗教與本土社會:卜正民先生退官致敬國際研討會

Type: Online conference

Dates:

LECTURE> Yin-Cheng Distinguished Lecture Series: James Robson, “Monasteries and Madhouses: On the Care and Confinement of the Insane in Early Modern and Contemporary East Asian Buddhism” Aug 1, Online

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We are pleased to announce an online lecture entitled “Monasteries and Madhouses: On the Care and Confinement of the Insane in Early Modern and Contemporary East Asian Buddhism” by James Robson for the Yin-Cheng Distinguished Lecture Series.

Time: Monday August 1, 2022, 6:00 am PDT/ 8:00 am CDT/ 9:00am EDT/ 2:00 pm BST

Webpage: https://frogbear.org/yin-cheng-distinguished-lecture-series-james-robson/

LECTURE> Yin-Cheng Distinguished Lecture Series: James Robson on “Monasteries and Madhouses: On the Care and Confinement of the Insane in Early Modern and Contemporary East Asian Buddhism”

Dear all,

We are pleased to announce an online lecture on “Monasteries and Madhouses: On the Care and Confinement of the Insane in Early Modern and Contemporary East Asian Buddhism” by James Robson for the Yin-Cheng Distinguished Lecture Series.

Time: Monday August 1, 2022, 6:00 am PDT/ 8:00 am CDT/ 9:00am EDT/ 2:00 pm BST

Webpage: https://frogbear.org/yin-cheng-distinguished-lecture-series-james-robson/

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