[Announcement] CJBS 16th Issue (2021)

We are glad to announce that the Canadian Journal of Buddhist Studies' 16th issue (2021) is published and now available for online reading. Please see below for the issue's table of contents Copyright Notices: Digital copies of these works maybe made and distributed provided no change is made and no alteration is made to the … Continue reading [Announcement] CJBS 16th Issue (2021)

[Call for Book Review] Canadian Journal of Buddhist Studies 2022 Issue

The Canadian Journal of Buddhist Studies is accepting book review submissions for the 17th issue (2022). Scholars are welcome to review the available titles listed on our website.If you are interested in reviewing any of these titles, then please fill out the following form:https://forms.gle/wkRUvJCHW6Stoget7 (Please note that the link will require you to sign in … Continue reading [Call for Book Review] Canadian Journal of Buddhist Studies 2022 Issue

[Webinar] Buddhism & Posthumanism Conversation Series 2021–2022

Date: November 4, 2021 - March 24, 2022Time: 3:00 pm - 4:30 pm (EDT)Online via Zoom. Registration is required.You may register at any time to join a lecture. Your registration is valid for the whole series, and you may attend as many lectures as you like. You will automatically receive reminders for the lectures.Register here … Continue reading [Webinar] Buddhism & Posthumanism Conversation Series 2021–2022

[Call for Contribution] CJBS 2022: News and Views Reports

The Canadian Journal of Buddhist Studies invites submission for the 2022 annual issue's News and Views. The News and Views section is a dedicated publication space of academic news, education and research practice reflection, and scholar exchange in Buddhist Studies. We invite interested contributors to submit original state-of-the-field report, secondary literature reflection, academic event reflection, … Continue reading [Call for Contribution] CJBS 2022: News and Views Reports

[Webinar] UVIC: love it or leave it? buddhist perspectives on the natural world

A webinar by Karin Meyers, Academic Director at Mangalam Research Center in Berkeley, CA. Date and time: Thursday, October 14, 5:00-6:00 p.m. PST Please find the Zoom link in the poster below

[Webinar] Buddhism in the Sea of Islands Lecture Series

Webinar series (third Thursday of the month June – October 2021) Format: Online Zoom meeting, 45-min presentation + 45-min Q&A 17 June 2021 Time: 4.00pm-5.30pm AEST Buddhism in the Far North of Australia: (In)visibility, cosmopolitanism and materiality Anna Halafoff, Enqi Weng, Kim Lam (Deakin University)Cristina Rocha (Western Sydney University) Register     15 July 2021 Time: 4.00pm-5.30pm AEST Flows … Continue reading [Webinar] Buddhism in the Sea of Islands Lecture Series

[Webinar] Khyentse Foundation: The Goodman Lectures

The Goodman Lectures (「古德曼佛學講座」) features a lecture every month from one of the many Buddhist studies programs Khyentse Foundation partners with at universities in Asia, Europe, and North America. The lectures, delivered by leading scholars in the field, are intended to create a bridge between academic and nonacademic audiences, presenting bold ideas and innovative research in … Continue reading [Webinar] Khyentse Foundation: The Goodman Lectures

[Opportunity] PhD Position: Buddhist pilgrimage in the Anthropocene

The Center for Contemporary Buddhist Studies at the Department of Cross-Cultural and Regional Studies, University of Copenhagen, invites applications for a 3-year PhD-scholarship on the topic of Buddhist pilgrimage in the Anthropocene. The scholarship is fully funded for three years and will be filled on February 1, 2022, or as soon as possible thereafter. Application … Continue reading [Opportunity] PhD Position: Buddhist pilgrimage in the Anthropocene

[Opportunity] Tsadra Foundation Dissertation Fellowship for Tibetan Buddhist Studies

Description and Purpose This fellowship program provides one-year grants to graduate students at North American universities in order to support them in their pursuit of dissertation research focused specifically on Tibetan Buddhism. Dissertation work must include significant textual work on Tibetan Buddhist primary sources and include translation into English. Two grants of $35,000 are available … Continue reading [Opportunity] Tsadra Foundation Dissertation Fellowship for Tibetan Buddhist Studies

[Blog] Meditation in the Communal Context

This is part of the Doing Buddhism at Brandon University series. Read the series introduction here. By Joshua Beaudin, Brandon University Drawing on the work of Robert Thurman (2012) and studies of meditation as mindfulness (Wilson 2014), this paper and composition aim to demonstrate how meditation may lead to wisdom and nirvana, but it may … Continue reading [Blog] Meditation in the Communal Context

[Blog] UBC Tianzhu-Hurvitz Distinguished Lecture Series: Lecture by Prof. Wendi Adamek (University of Calgary), April 22, 2021

The post is originally published on Tianzhu Buddhist Network website. Reposted with permission by Sinae Kim. Report by Sinae Kim, Princeton UniversityScreenshots by Carol Lee, UBC Frogbear On April 22, 2021, the organizers of the UBC Tianzhu-Hurvitz Distinguished Lecture Series invited Prof. Wendi L. Adamek as their third speaker of the series. This year’s lecture, … Continue reading [Blog] UBC Tianzhu-Hurvitz Distinguished Lecture Series: Lecture by Prof. Wendi Adamek (University of Calgary), April 22, 2021