Gandharan Buddhist Texts_ What We Learn From the Oldest South Asian Manuscripts

[Lecture] McMaster: Gandharan Buddhist Texts: What We Learn From the Oldest South Asian Manuscripts (April 17, 2018)

A talk by Dr. Joe Marino, Post-Doctoral Fellow, Cornell University. Hosted by McMaster University's Department of Religious Studies as part of its 2017-18 Invited Speaker Series. Joe Marino is a Robert H. N. Ho Family Foundation postdoctoral fellow in Buddhist Studies at Cornell University. With a background in comparative cultural and religious studies, he earned … Continue reading [Lecture] McMaster: Gandharan Buddhist Texts: What We Learn From the Oldest South Asian Manuscripts (April 17, 2018)

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[Conference] Where the Buddha was Previously Born, Seen and Heard: Transmission and Transformation of Rebirth Narratives in Art and Text within and beyond Gandhara (Aug.27&28, 2017)

“Where the Buddha was Previously Born, Seen, and Heard: Transmission and Transformation of Rebirth Narratives in Art and Text within and beyond Gandhara” is a two-day mini-conference on Buddhist previous-birth narratives at the Royal Ontario Museum in Toronto on August 27-28, 2017 after the IABS meeting. Art historians and textual specialists have been working together … Continue reading [Conference] Where the Buddha was Previously Born, Seen and Heard: Transmission and Transformation of Rebirth Narratives in Art and Text within and beyond Gandhara (Aug.27&28, 2017)