Event Archive

Oct 24

[𝙄𝙢𝙥𝙤𝙧𝙩𝙖𝙣𝙩 𝙪𝙥𝙙𝙖𝙩𝙚𝙙: The in-person...

Oct 24 to Dec 5

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Sep 16 to Sep 23

##Update (Sep. 16): Premiere...

Sep 16 to Sep 18

Date: September 16-18, 2022

Venue: The University of Arizona, Tucson, USA

Main Theme: The Digital World in an Age of Uncertainty: Humanizing Technology for Wellness, Resilience, and Creativity

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May 3

Launching Ceremony of the Online Art Exhibition

True Image: Celebrating the Legacy of Yinyuan Longqi (Ingen Ryūki) and the Art of Ōbaku

May 3 (...

May 3

Obaku Ingen Lecture Series, No. 1
Chinese Zen Master Yinyuan/Ingen in Global East Asia

by Dr. Jiang Wu

In 1654 Zen Master Yinyuan ...

May 3

Time:   May 3rd (Tuesday), 16:00-16:30 (Arizona Time)
Location:  Poetry Center, 1508 E Helen St, Tucson, AZ 85719

This event will be held in conjunction with the...

Nov 3

Join the University of Arizona Center for Buddhist Studies for our Pu Yin Lecture Series Fall 2021 No. 2
TRUTH IS IN THE EYE OF THE BEHOLDER: SEDUCTIVE WRITING AND THE BIRTH OF CHAN (ZEN) BUDDHISM IN...

Oct 15 to Oct 16

The University of Arizona Center for Buddhist Studies proudly joins thirteen other international institutions in co-hosting...

Oct 9

We are happy to announce that we are presenting our grant-winning project (awarded by College of Architecture, Planning & Landscape Architecture, see ...

Sep 29

Special GIS Panel on Hangzhou Buddhism at PNC Annual Conference  ...

Sep 29

Join the University of Arizona Center for Buddhist Studies for our 

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Apr 8

 

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Feb 19

Join the University of Arizona Center for...

Jan 26

Lingyin Buddhist Studies Lecture 2021 No. 1

HÔTAN 鳳潭 IN THE WORLD...

Dec 17

Info Sessions on A New Home for the Center for Buddhist Studies

To all of...

Dec 15

Info Sessions on A New Home for the Center for Buddhist Studies

To all of...

Dec 10

Info Sessions on A New Home for the Center for Buddhist Studies

To all of...

Dec 3

Shi Zhiru, professor of Religious Studies and program coordinator of Asian Studies, Pomona College...

Oct 22

Dr. Chün-fang Yü, professor emerita, Departments of Religion and East Asian Languages and Cultures, Columbia University...

Oct 1

Prof. Yi-Hsun Huang, Department of Buddhist Studies, Fo Guang...

Sep 8

Prof. Ann Heirman, head of the Centre for Buddhist Studies, Ghent University, Belgium

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Mar 9

Stephen Batchelor will be giving a lecture on "The Practice of Solitude" and will include readings from The Art of Solitude on Monday, March 9. The lecture is one of the Puyin Buddhist Studies...

Feb 18

The Center for Buddhist Studies is glad to...

Nov 2 to Nov 5

The Center for Buddhist Studies is glad to announce the fifth lecture of the Lingyin Buddhist Studies Lecture Series in 2019 fall at the U of A.  Professor Xie Yifeng is scheduled to present. The lecture is free and open to the public.

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Oct 28

The Fourth Lingyin Buddhist Lectures Series

What
Guest Artist Lecture-Performance by Shawn Head: “The Shakuhachi Flute”
 
When
Monday,...

Oct 27

The Center for Buddhist Studies is glad to announce four lectures of the Pu Yin Buddhist Studies Lecture Series in spring 2018 at the University of Arizona. Professor Albert Welter will give the inaugural lecture on Hangzhou...

Oct 8

The Center for Buddhist Studies is glad to announce the third lecture of the Lingyin Buddhist Studies Lecture Series in 2019 fall at the U of A. Professor Raoul Birnbaum is scheduled to present. The lecture is free and open to the public.

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Apr 16

The Center for Buddhist studies is glad to present Khyentse Foundation Lecture Series on April 16. The event is free and open to the public. 

Speaker: Prof. Jacqueline Stone, Department of Religious Studies, Princeton...

HATAALI JONES BENALLY
Nov 19

In celebration of Native American Heritage Month, the College of Humanities Department of Religious Studies & Classics, the Center for Buddhist Studies...

Nov 2

Kyentse Foundation Lecture Series

The ti-yong 體用 paradigm, which thoroughly pervades and informs the Buddhist, Daoist, and Confucian manifestations of traditional East Asian philosophy, has received surprisingly scant attention from...

Sep 4

Maitreya Culture and Education Foundation in Hong Kong sincerely invites you to participate in the “Compassion” Articles Contest for Celebration of 70th Anniversary of the People’s Republic of China, the 100th Anniversary of May Fourth Movement,...

Apr 26

Robert Thurman, the Jey Tsong Khapa Professor of Indo-Tibetan Buddhist Studies at Columbia University, will give a lecture titled “Buddhist Ethics and...

Mar 30

Professor Robert E. Buswell, Jr. UCLA Distinguished Professor of Buddhist Studies will give the second Khyentse Foundation Lecture titled “Is Zen “...

Mar 29 to Mar 31

Inaugural ceremony for the founding of the Center for Buddhist Studies at the University of Arizona, in conjunction with the Chan/Zen conference

Mar 28

Master Shi Guangquan, Abbot of the world-renowned Lingyin Temple in Hangzhou, China, will give a lecture during the inaugural ceremony,...

Mar 28

The College of Humanities established the Center of Buddhist Studies in 2017 to promote academic research on the Buddhist tradition and its related...

Mar 15

Speaker: Prof. Karl Ryavec (Professor of World Heritage at the University of California, Merced...

Feb 9

This talk focuses on the famous founder of Living Chan生活禪, Master Jinghui 淨慧法師 (1933-2013), and his Buddhist thought and practice. First, the talk introduces the biography of the late Master Jinghui, who was abbot of Bailin Chan Monastery 柏林禪寺...

Jan 30 to Mar 15

The Center for Buddhist Studies is glad to announce four lectures of the Pu Yin Buddhist Studies Lecture Series in spring 2018 at the University of Arizona. Professor Albert Welter will give the inaugural lecture on Hangzhou...

Jan 30 to May 15

The Center for Buddhist Studies is glad to announce four lectures of the Pu Yin Buddhist Studies Lecture Series in spring 2018 at the University of Arizona. Professor Albert Welter will give the inaugural lecture on Hangzhou...

Jan 30

Speaker: Prof. Albert Welter, Head, Department of East Asian Studies, University of Arizona

Abstract: The Hangzhou region, centered in the city of Hangzhou, has long been one of the most important cultural hubs in China, and has had a wide...

Sep 10

Meditation (7 – 9) Public talk (9:30 – 10) Discussion (10 – 11)

Sep 8

The Center for Buddhist Studies co-sponsors a talk on Zen and poetry led by Henry Shukman.

Apr 12

Buddhist ideas, institutions and individuals were influential in the creation of Chinese tea culture from at least the eighth century onwards. Given that tea was often promoted by Buddhists as an alternative to alcohol, and that it was extolled...

Dec 5

Canonical Buddhist texts proclaim that sickness is one of the four signs of sentient existence: birth, aging, sickness, and death. In this view, only perfect beings such as the Buddha are capable of evading the clutches of impermanence. At the...