Center for

Buddhist Studies

Promoting academic research on the Buddhist tradition and its related religious, intellectual, social, cultural, and artistic aspects around the world

Our center provides regional, national, and international leadership in the academic field of Buddhist studies.

Collaborating with academic units and communities within and outside the university, the center’s activities include a Buddhist studies lecture series, rare Buddhist archive preservation, financial assistance to scholars and students of Buddhist studies, hosting academic conferences and workshops, a visiting scholar program, contemplative studies and community outreach.

OUR CALENDAR

 

UACBS Published the First Community Wellness Digest Welcome to the Center for Buddhist Studies Community Wellness Digest! In this monthly email, we will share wisdom from Buddhist teachings you can use in your daily life, wellness tips, and information about university and community events. We... Read More
Despite the pandemic and the challenges of teaching in new configurations, our Center faculty members were productive in 2020, publishing numerous articles and books, presenting at conferences, and winning awards and grants. In this series of posts, we celebrate the achievements of the Center’s... Read More
UACBS Published the First Issue of Chinese Buddhist Canon Research Newsletter   The Center for Buddhist Studies is pleased to announce that we have published the first issue of the monthly Chinese Buddhist Canon Research Newsletter, with the Center’s Director Professor Jiang Wu serving as Editor-in... Read More
Despite the pandemic and the challenges of teaching in new configurations, our Center faculty members were productive in 2020, publishing numerous articles and books, presenting at conferences, and winning awards and grants. In this series of posts, we celebrate the achievements of the Center’s... Read More
UACBS Buddhist Studies Doctoral Fellowship Thanks to the generous support of Lingyin Temple in Hangzhou, China and the Khyentse Foundation, the Center for Buddhist Studies at the University of Arizona establishes several graduate fellowships to support two or more qualified Ph.D. students (not... Read More

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