[CFP] Buddhism and Breath Summit

The Buddhism and Breath Summit will be an online event that explores Buddhist practices of working with the breath and/or bodily “winds”. Presenters will address how Buddhist presentations of breath, “wind” or “life force” (prāṇa in Sanskrit, qi in Chinese, or rlung in Tibetan, for example) have influenced contemplative, philosophical, and medical theories and practices … Continue reading [CFP] Buddhism and Breath Summit

[CFA] 2021 International Intensive Program on Buddhism (August 4-25, 2021, ONLINE, in collaboration with Harvard University)

ScheduleSeminar and Lecture SeriesStudent ParticipantsStudent ReportsStudent ForumConferenceVideosGallery The Glorisun Global Network for Buddhist Studies, whose founding members include Peking University, UBC, Princeton, Yale, Harvard, U Hamburg, Cambridge and Oxford, and University of Hong Kong, cordially invites applications for an intensive program on Buddhist Studies. Lasting from August 4 to August 25, 2021, this program is … Continue reading [CFA] 2021 International Intensive Program on Buddhism (August 4-25, 2021, ONLINE, in collaboration with Harvard University)

[Call for Film Review] The Buddha Mummies of North Japan

February 17 Update: We have received review proposal for the documentary. Thank you for your interest! The Canadian Journal of Buddhist Studies is accepting review of the documentary The Buddha Mummies of North Japan by Shayne Dahl and Satoshi Watanabe (color, 20 min, 2017). About the documentary At select temples throughout northeastern Japan, the robed … Continue reading [Call for Film Review] The Buddha Mummies of North Japan

[Call for Contribution] Canadian Journal of Buddhist Studies 2021 Issue News and Views

The Canadian Journal of Buddhist Studies is accepting original report from Buddhist Studies researchers in all career stages for the News and Views section of the 2021 issue. We are looking for reports in the following areas: News in the fieldResearch report and insightFieldwork experience reflectionCritical reflection on Buddhist Studies secondary literature/state of the field/academic … Continue reading [Call for Contribution] Canadian Journal of Buddhist Studies 2021 Issue News and Views

[CFP] UofCalgary: Virtual Annual CLARE Graduate Symposium (March 12th-13th, 2021)

A Link to the Past: Creating Relevancy in the Humanities and Social Sciences The first ever virtual iteration of the Annual CLARE Graduate Symposium hosted by the Graduate Students of the Department of Classics and Religion at the University of Calgary will be held on March 12th-13th, 2021. This conference will focus on how the … Continue reading [CFP] UofCalgary: Virtual Annual CLARE Graduate Symposium (March 12th-13th, 2021)

[Call for Resources] Teaching Resources for Buddhism, Race and Racism Project

Professors Adeana McNicholl (Vanderbilt University) and Ann Gleig (University of Central Florida) are looking for material to include in their co-directed project "Teaching Resources for Buddhism, Race and Racism," which is being hosted at teachingbuddhism.net and funded by The Robert H.N. Ho Family Foundation at the University of Toronto. Their aim is to compile and … Continue reading [Call for Resources] Teaching Resources for Buddhism, Race and Racism Project

[Call for Nomination] Canadian Society for the Study of Religion Book Prize

Criteria: The 2020 annual award recognizes an outstanding monograph in Religious Studies written by a member in good standing of the CSSR and published during the previous three years (currently those with a copyright date of 2018-2020, inclusive). After every third year of the award, since 2015, the book prize is awarded to a first … Continue reading [Call for Nomination] Canadian Society for the Study of Religion Book Prize

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

The Canadian Journal of Buddhist Studies is accepting book review submissions for the 2022 issue. If you are interested in reviewing any of the titles below, then please e-mail your CV to our Book Review Editor Jacqueline Ho at jdho@mtroyal.ca. Due to the costs involved in shipping, please select one title only, and specify if … Continue reading [Call for Book Review] Canadian Journal of Buddhist Studies 2022 Issue Book Review

[CFA] Tsadra Foundation Dissertation Fellowship for Tibetan Buddhist Studies

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 … Continue reading [CFA] Tsadra Foundation Dissertation Fellowship for Tibetan Buddhist Studies

[Opportunity] UVic: CSRS 2020/21 Artist in Residence Fellowship

The Centre for Studies in Religion and Society (CSRS) at the University of Victoria welcomes applications from artists of all mediums and genres interested in participating in our dynamic interdisciplinary research community. Purpose: The artist in residence (AIR) program seeks to create mutually beneficial lines of exchange between scholars and artists who share an interest … Continue reading [Opportunity] UVic: CSRS 2020/21 Artist in Residence Fellowship