By Jingjing Li. On February 22th, 2018, Dr. Caley Smith from McGill’s School of Religious Studies (SRS) delivered a talk on ‘Buddhism and Orality’. Currently working on the Vedic tradition, Dr. Smith investigated the role of orality in various religious traditions, especially Buddhism, in his talk. He explored how the oral tradition is not the … Continue reading “Buddhism and Orality”, A Talk by Dr. Caley Smith at McGill University
By Jingjing Li and Nahid Widaatalla. On February 15th, 2018, Dr. Christopher Byrne from McGill’s Department of East Asian Studies (EAS) delivered a talk on ‘Buddhism and the Barbarian in Chinese Zen’, as part of the Centre for Research on Religion (CREOR) Lunch Lecture Series of “Buddha and the Other”. His presentation centred around the … Continue reading “Buddhism and the Barbarian in Chinese Zen”, A Talk by Dr. Christopher Byrne at McGill University
By Shuyue He and Jingjing Li. On January 25, 2018, Dr. Philip Buckley, Professor of Philosophy and currently the Chair of the Department of East Asian Studies at McGill University, delivered a talk on “Buddhism in Indonesia” in the senior common room of the Birks building. Through his study of the “syncretic” religious landscape in … Continue reading Reflection on “Buddhism in Indonesia”, a Talk by Prof. Philip Buckley at McGill University
By Shuyue He and Jingjing Li. On January 11th, 2018, Professor Jeehee Hong from the Department of Art History and East Asian Studies delivered the talk “Orthopraxy and ‘Buddhist Art’ in Chinese history: A Case of Socialization” in the senior common room of Birks Building at McGill University. This is the fifth session of the … Continue reading Orthopraxy and ‘Buddhist Art’ in Chinese History: A Case of Socialization – A Talk by Prof. Jeehee Hong at McGill University
By Shuyue He and Jingjing Li. On November 9th, 2017, Professor Mikaël Bauer delivered the talk “Buddhism and Sovereignty in East Asian Buddhism” in the senior common room of Birks Building at McGill University. Throughout his lecture, Prof. Bauer inquired into the way in which Buddhism was an integral part of the major political discourse, … Continue reading Sovereignty in East Asian Buddhism: A Talk by Prof. Mikaël Bauer (November 9, 2017)
In October, McGill University’s Centre for Research on Religion (CREOR) organized two lectures on the theme of “Buddha and the Other.” On October 19th, Professor Arvind Sharma’s talk investigated the relationship between Hinduism and Buddhism. The following Thursday, Professor Lara Braitstein enquired into the differences and distinctions presented in the narrative of the history of Tibetan Buddhism. … Continue reading A Reflection on Two Lectures in the “Buddha and the Other” Lecture Series (Oct 19 & 26, 2017)
On October 5, 2017, Dr. Fleet Maull, Director of the Prison Mindfulness Institute visited McGill University, School of Religious Studies, as part of the CREOR lecture series Buddha and the Other. In his presentation, entitled “Engaged Mindfulness,” Dr. Maull shared his insights into, and experience with socially engaged Buddhism, which he sees as the most … Continue reading Engaged Mindfulness, A Talk By Dr. Fleet Maull At McGill University
Co-organized by the School of Religious Studies, Department of East Asian Studies and Centre for Research on Religion, McGill University. The lecture series will take place on Thursdays, 11:30-13:30 at Birks Heritage Chapel, 3520 University Street on the 2nd floor. For full schedule, please see below.