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
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 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
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
When: May 26, 2021, 1:00 PM (EDT) Speaker: Maria Turek, University of Toronto Respondent: Sangseraima Ujeed, University of Michigan Register here: https://yorku.zoom.us/webinar/register/WN_Xw389alhSMOvTeiiWPX0Uw YCAR is pleased to co-present this event. Click here to see original post.
This is the third lecture in the Ghent Center for Buddhist Studies Spring Lecture Series (Permanent Training in Buddhist Studies (PTBS) generously sponsored by the Tianzhu Foundation. Date and Time: March 30, 2021 at 19.00 Belgian time All lectures in this series will be held remotely over Zoom. Interested parties are welcome to attend the series or individual talks. … Continue reading [Webinar] Economic Class in Early South Asian Buddhism: Perspectives from Epigraphy and the Divyāvadāna
The Numata Chair in Buddhist Studies in the Department of Classics & Religion presents the Leslie S. Kawamura Memorial Lecture by Dr. Douglas Duckworth, Temple University This lecture will introduce and reflect upon themes from the author’s recent book, Tibetan Buddhist Philosophy of Mind and Nature (OUP 2019). The book sets up two main trajectories … Continue reading [Webinar] Reflections on Tibetan Buddhist Philosophy of Mind and Nature
The Numata Chair in Buddhist Studies in the Department of Classics & Religion presents the Leslie S. Kawamura Memorial Seminar by Dr. Douglas Duckworth In the first chapter of his Prasannapadā, Candrakīrti famously defended Buddhapālita against Bhāviveka’s criticism that he had failed to formulate Nāgārjuna’s critique of causality in terms of probative arguments, but rather … Continue reading [Webinar] Truth of Consequences: A Buddhist Debate over Epistemology without Foundations?
Inspired by Professor Cheryl Giles' class on Buddhism and Race at Harvard Divinity School, The Buddhism and Race Conference was conceived by the Harvard Buddhist Community in 2015 to catalyze the conversation around issues of Buddhism, race, and beyond. Ever since, the conference has become an annual event that brings together sangha leaders, activists, scholars, … Continue reading [Webinar] Radical Re-Orientation: The 2021 Buddhism and Race Speaker Series
Time: Thursday, April 22, 2021, 9:00 am – 10:30 am PST / 10:00 am – 11:30 am MST Zoom Registration: https://ubc.zoom.us/meeting/register/u5UqdeGqqDgiG9V7D7QPdqh3zP7DB_Y3LuQP Abstract: In this talk I explore resonances and disparities between “doubt” (yi 疑) as evoked in the dialectic of Chan “examining the topic” (kanhua 看話, Kor. kanhwa) practice, and the phenomenology of ambiguity that … Continue reading [Webinar] UBC Tianzhu-Hurvitz Distinguished Lecture Series: Ethics of Ambiguity in Chan and Existentialism