nepali and newar workshop

[Call for Applicants] UofT: Nepali & Newar Workshop (April 8-27, 2019)

The Robert H. N. Ho Family Foundation Centre for Buddhist Studies at the University of Toronto presents: A Nepali and Newar Workshop with Laxmi Nath Shrestha April 8-27, 2019, Mo-Sa, 9:30am-12:30pm, 1:30-3:30pm University of Toronto, 170 St. George Street Jackman Humanities Building, room 318 Hosted by the only university in the world outside of Nepal … Continue reading [Call for Applicants] UofT: Nepali & Newar Workshop (April 8-27, 2019)

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Graduate Student Workshop on Digital Humanities for Research in East Asian Religions

[Call for Applications] Graduate Student Workshop on Digital Humanities for Research in East Asian Religions (May 26-27, 2018)

McMaster University Centre for Buddhist Studies announces a two-day graduate student workshop on Digital Humanities for Research in East Asian Religions, May 26 and 27 at McMaster. The workshop is supported by the Tianzhu Global Network in Buddhist Studies. The workshop focuses on introductory level skills for mapping and network analysis. The goal is to … Continue reading [Call for Applications] Graduate Student Workshop on Digital Humanities for Research in East Asian Religions (May 26-27, 2018)

Nissaya Reading Workshop with William Pruitt

UofT: Nissaya Reading Workshop with William Pruitt (May 4-6, 2018)

Composed in a range of Southeast Asian literary idioms, nissayas comment on works in Pali, ranging from simple word-by-word glosses to elaborate commentarial and sub-commentarial disquisitions. These linguistically hybrid texts have been used as reference works and pedagogical tools for centuries and have shaped both the transmission of Buddhism and the development of languages and … Continue reading UofT: Nissaya Reading Workshop with William Pruitt (May 4-6, 2018)

[Workshop Series] Ho Centre for Buddhist Studies, University of Toronto: Tea & Buddhism (October 13 – December 10, 2017)

From celebrity-branded chai to matcha lattes, Canada’s love for tea has grown exponentially. Yet for many countries, tea has always been important. This simple brew of plant leaves and water has a long, thriving cultural and religious history. Our Tea & Buddhism workshop series will tell this story of tea – from its humble origins … Continue reading [Workshop Series] Ho Centre for Buddhist Studies, University of Toronto: Tea & Buddhism (October 13 – December 10, 2017)