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May 10, 2022
The Center for Buddhist Studies is proud to co-host the: Pacific Neighborhood Consortium 2022 The Digital World in an Age of Uncertainty:  Humanizing Technology for Wellness, Resilience, and Creativity Friday, September 16 - Sunday, September 18, 2022 The University of Arizona, Tucson, USA...
May 8, 2022
We are pleased to release the thirteenth issue of a monthly Chinese Buddhist Canon Research Newsletter in April 2022. The purpose of this newsletter is to present academic information about the research, collation, collection, and digitalization of Chinese Buddhist canons and scriptures. The...
May 5, 2022
The Center for Buddhist Studies and the Department of East Asian Studies are pleased to announce the recipients of the 2022-2023 Khyentse Foundation Doctoral Fellowship, Youteng Bi and Jeffrey Liu. An award ceremony will take place in conjunction with the East Asian Studies ceremony on Friday, May...
May 4, 2022
The Center for Buddhist Studies and the Department of East Asian Studies are pleased to announce the recipients of the 2022-2023 Lingyin Buddhist Studies Best Paper Award. Congratulations to Lu Zhang, Jeffrey Liu and Ziling Wan, three doctoral students who shared the award. An award ceremony will...
May 4, 2022
The Center for Buddhist Studies and the Department of East Asian Studies are pleased to announce the recipients of the 2022-2023 Lingyin Buddhist Studies Fellowship, Youteng Bi and Jeffrey Liu. An award ceremony will take place in conjunction with the East Asian Studies ceremony on Friday, May 6,...
Apr 27, 2022
[Reminder] Tea Ceremony, Ōbaku Ingen Lecture Series, and Online Art Exhibition The year 2022 marks the 350th death anniversary of Zen Master Yinyuan Longqi (隱元隆琦 1592-1673, Ingen Ryūki in Japanese). The anniversary of an eminent master’s death is an important occasion for commemoration in...
Apr 25, 2022
Prof. Jiang Wu Received a Chiang Chingkuo Foundation Scholar’s Grant Prof. Wu received a Chiang Chingkuo Foundation Scholar’s grant for the project “Scripture and Modernity: The Ōbaku Buddhist Canon in East Asia and the West” during the year 2021-22. He plans to write a monograph on the subject....
Apr 21, 2022
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 Launching Ceremony of the Obaku Ingen Online Art Exhibition and Lecture. Links:Launching Ceremony of the Online Art Exhibition [Obaku...
Apr 18, 2022
Dr. Jiang Wu recently published a research paper in Journal of Chan Buddhism on a significant Tang-dynasty lay Buddhist Pei Xiu, who was a follower of Huangbo Chan. Pei Xiu 裴休 (791–864) was a literati follower of Buddhist teachers, among whom the two most eminent were Zongmi 宗密 (780–841) and...
Apr 10, 2022
Launching Ceremony of the Online Art Exhibition True Image: Celebrating the Legacy of Yinyuan Longqi (Ingen Ryūki) and the Art of Ōbaku May 3 (Tuesday), 2022 In-person/hybrid event *Participants in the in-person event are expected to be free of Covid symptoms and masks and social distancing are...

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