Writing on the Wall: Manuscripts & Caves – A Talk by Professor Eugene Wang at Research Roundtable: East Asian Manuscript and Print as Harbingers of the Digital Future

The significance of manuscript and print culture in the historical transmission of religion, art, and literature in East Asia can be paralleled with today’s digital media. The transition from manuscript to print and the historical development of reading and printing techniques in pre-modern Asia may inform our understanding of the modern transition from print to … Continue reading Writing on the Wall: Manuscripts & Caves – A Talk by Professor Eugene Wang at Research Roundtable: East Asian Manuscript and Print as Harbingers of the Digital Future

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[Updated Schedule] Research Roundtable: East Asian Manuscript and Print as Harbingers of the Digital Future (May 26-28th, 2016)

Sponsored by the Peter Wall Institute for Advanced Studies together with the Peking University Institute for the Study of Buddhist Texts and Arts, the UBC Department of Asian Studies, Centre for Japanese Research, St. John’s College, Library, and Asian Library. Objectives This roundtable examines ways in which the transition from manuscript to print and the … Continue reading [Updated Schedule] Research Roundtable: East Asian Manuscript and Print as Harbingers of the Digital Future (May 26-28th, 2016)

A Reflection on DDVC’s Second Academic Workshop, by Lisa Su

By Lisa Su. The article is re-published with Dharma Drum Vancouver Center's permission. A Workshop co-sponsored by DDVC and UBC A congregation of Buddhist scholars gathered at the Dharma Drum Vancouver Center on Saturday, October 4th, in the late hours of the afternoon. They come from all over the world to attend the conference on Paper, … Continue reading A Reflection on DDVC’s Second Academic Workshop, by Lisa Su