CFP> Yogācāra Studies Unit Call for Proposals for AAR 2023 meeting
You are very welcome to attend the panels and Business Meeting organized by the Yogācāra Studies Unit of the American Academy of Religion at the annual meeting in Denver this weekend. Here is a list of our panels:
1) Theme: What is Yogacara?
Saturday, 3:00 PM - 4:30 PM
New Book: Rethinking ‘Classical Yoga’ and Buddhism: Meditation, Metaphors and Materiality (2021)
By Karen O'Brien-Kop
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The Yogacara Studies Unit will host the following sessions at the upcoming annual meeting of the American Academy of Religion. All times listed are Central Standard Time in the USA:
1) Roundtable on Eyal Aviv's Differentiating the Pearl from the Fish-Eye: Ouyang Jingwu and the Revival of Scholastic Buddhism (Brill, 2020). Virtual panel, held Friday 9-11 am. Co-sponosored with the Indian and Chinese Religions Compared Unit.
Dear Colleagues and Friends,
with the kind support of Khyentse Foundation, we have decided to have this year's instalment of the Ratnākara Readings online. We will be reading Chapter 5, and possibly also Chapter 6, of Jñānaśrīmitra's Sākārasiddhiśāstra, under the guidance of Prof. Harunaga Isaacson, in the edition prepared by Ven. Hejung Seok.
August 26th and August 27th 2021
And then every Monday and Thursday
13.45 - 15.15 (Hamburg Time)
18.45 - 20.15 (Bangkok Time)
Journal of Korean Religions Volume 11, Number 1, April 2020: Special Issue: Yogācāra Studies of Silla
I am pleased to announce a public lecture by Professor Roy Tzohar at Waseda University on Friday, October 11, 2019.
Title: Etymology as an Interpretative Technique: The Case of the Yogācāra Philosopher Sthiramati.
Speaker: Professor Roy Tzohar, Tel Aviv University.
Venue: Waseda University, Toyama Campus, Building 36, Room 581.
It is my great pleasure to announce a public lecture by Professor Jowita Kramer at Waseda University on September 3, 2018.
Title: Spiritual Practice on the Path to Liberation: Śamatha and Vipaśyanā According to Yogācāra Sources.
Speaker: Professor Jowita Kramer, Ludwig Maximilians University Munich.
Time: September 3, 2018, Monday, 1:30pm-3pm.
Venue: Waseda University, Toyama Campus, Building 36, Room 582.