University of Toronto/McMaster University Yehan Numata Buddhist Studies Program 2019-20 Jessica Starling (Lewis & Clark College)READING GROUP: “Audience, Authorship and Agency: Religious Educational Materials for Buddhist Women’s Groups in Japan, 1900-1933”THURSDAY, September 26, 2019, 3-5pm, University of Toronto, JHB 317LECTURE: Suffering, Pathos, and Buddhist Doctrine at a Contemporary Japanese LeprosariumFRIDAY, September 27, 2019, 4-6pm, McMaster, … Continue reading [Announcement] University of Toronto/McMaster University Numata Program 2019/20
University of Toronto/McMaster University YEHAN NUMATA BUDDHIST STUDIES PROGRAM 2018-19 Ryan Richard Overby (Skidmore College) Reading Group: "The Prototantric Preacher" November 1, 2018, 3-5pm, University of Toronto, Jackman Humanities Building, Rm 317 Lecture: "Embodying Buddha's, Quelling Demons: Theorizing Presence in Buddhist Studies" November 2, 2018, 4-6pm, McMaster University, University Hall 122 Ruth Gamble (Latrobe University) … Continue reading [Announcement] University of Toronto/McMaster University: Numata Buddhist Studies Program 2018/19
By Annie Heckman and Julian Butterfield On March 2, 2017, Professor Kanō Kazuo, Koyasan University, visited the University of Toronto as part of the Numata Buddhist Studies Program lecture series. In Dr. Kanō’s presentation, entitled “Papers and Leaves—Legacy of Indian Buddhists in Tibet and Tibetan Translators in India,” he shared images of rare manuscripts from … Continue reading [Blog] Papers, Leaves, and Formulas of Buddha Nature: Kanō Kazuo at the University of Toronto and McMaster University
University of Toronto/McMaster University NUMATA BUDDHIST STUDIES PROGRAM 2017-18 JONATHAN SILK (Leiden University) LECTURE: Dreaming Dharma's Decline: The Ten Dreams of King Krikin and Other Prophetic Dream Texts THURSDAY, October 19, 2017, 4-6pm, UTSG, JHB 100 READING GROUP: Prophetic Dream Texts. Sources and Translations FRIDAY, October 20, 2017, 4-6pm, McMaster, University Hall 122 PHILLIP BLOOM … Continue reading [Announcement] University of Toronto/McMaster University: Numata Buddhist Studies Program 2017/18
By Tony Scott On January 26th and 27th, Professor Erik Braun visited the University of Toronto and McMaster University as a warmly welcomed Numata speaker, meeting with students, leading a reading group, and delivering a public lecture. In Toronto first, the Associate Professor from the University of Virginia led a reading group on the fifth … Continue reading [Blog] The Birth of Insight and “Crossing the Dharmascape”: Professor Erik Braun’s Visit to Toronto and Hamilton
A write-up of Dr. Sango's lecture on Medieval Japanese Buddhism at University of Toronto.
A write-up of Dr. Sango's reading group on Medieval Japanese Buddhism at McMaster University.
The University of Toronto/McMaster University Yehan Numata Program in Buddhist Studies hosts an annual lecture series that invites Buddhist Studies scholars from around the globe to Southern Ontario for public lectures and reading groups at both University of Toronto and McMaster University. A uniquely collaborative Buddhist Studies program between the two universities, this program offers … Continue reading [Lecture Series] The University of Toronto/McMaster University Yehan Numata Program Lecture Series, 2016-2017 Schedule
By Crystal Beaudoin The Religious Studies department at McMaster University wrapped up its 2015-2016 Yehan Numata Buddhist Studies Program on Friday, April 8 2016. Our department hosted Dr. Levi McLaughlin from the department of Philosophy and Religious Studies at North Carolina State University. Dr. McLaughlin's research interests include Chinese and Japanese religions, methodologies and theories … Continue reading [Blog] A Reflection on McMaster’s Religious Studies Department’s Final Yehan Numata Reading Group with Dr. Levi McLaughlin
By Crystal Beaudoin On Friday, March 18 2016, the Religious Studies Department at McMaster University hosted our second Yehan Numata Reading Group. Our guest scholar was Dr. Jowita Kramer from Ludwig-Maximilians-Universität München (Munich, Germany). Dr. Kramer's research focus is on the history and philosophy of Tibetan and Indian Buddhism, intertextuality in Buddhist commentarial literature and … Continue reading [Blog] A Post-Reading Group Reflection on Jowita Kramer’s Visit to McMaster University’s Religious Studies Department