“Buddhism and Religious Diversity in Nepal,” A Talk by Professor Chiara Letizia

[Blog] “Buddhism and Religious Diversity in Nepal,” A Talk by Professor Chiara Letizia

By Austin Simoes-Gomes On April 12th, 2018, Professor Chiara Letizia from UQÀM’s Département de science des religions delivered a talk on “Buddhism and religious (and ethnic, cultural, linguistic) diversity in Nepal.” In her talk, Professor Letizia introduced her audience to the immense diversity that is present in Nepal. Upon examining a wide range of Buddhist traditions in … Continue reading [Blog] “Buddhism and Religious Diversity in Nepal,” A Talk by Professor Chiara Letizia

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[Blog] Transmitting Buddhism in the Secular Setting: A Reflection on McGill’s School of Religious Studies’ Reading Group on The Making of Buddhist Modernism

By Jingjing Li On the sunny afternoon of April 24th, students and colleagues of the School of Religious Studies (SRS) at McGill University reunited at the Redpath Library for the third session of their reading group[1] on “Multiple Facets of Secularism.” Starting at 2 p.m., their discussion on David McMahan’s The Making of Buddhist Modernism … Continue reading [Blog] Transmitting Buddhism in the Secular Setting: A Reflection on McGill’s School of Religious Studies’ Reading Group on The Making of Buddhist Modernism

[Event Announcement] Public Lecture: Prof. David McMahan on Buddhism and Global Secularisms

The Robert H. N. Ho Family Foundation Program in Buddhism and Contemporary Society is delighted to welcome Professor David L. McMahan, who will present a keynote address for our annual conference, “Buddhism in the Global Eye”: “Buddhism and Global Secularisms” Thursday, August 11, 2016 | 7:30 to 9:00 pm UBC | Asian Centre | Auditorium | 1871 West Mall The … Continue reading [Event Announcement] Public Lecture: Prof. David McMahan on Buddhism and Global Secularisms