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Upcoming Events

1/21/2022
4-5pm
What is Buddhist Philosophy?

Prof. Sonam Kachru (Department of Religious Studies, University of Virginia) will characterize and assess the many meanings of Buddhist philosophy in South Asian history and historiography. This is a synchronous Zoom presentation.

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2/11/2022
3-4:30pm
Lasting Impressions: Rock Carvings as Travel Practice in Chosŏn Korea

Book talk by Prof. Maya Stiller (University of Kansas), cosponsored by the UCLA Center for Korean Studies

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2/11/2022
3-4:30pm
Lasting Impressions: Rock Carvings as Travel Practice in Chosŏn Korea

Book talk by Professor Maya Stiller (University of Kansas), cosponsored by the UCLA Center for Buddhist Studies

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6/24/2022 - 6/25/2022
9am-5pm
Currents and Countercurrents in Sinitic Buddhism

Currents and Countercurrents in Sinitic Buddhism: Celebrating the Career and Contributions of Professor Robert E. Buswell, Jr. is an international conference to mark the retirement of Dr. Robert E. Buswell Jr., Distinguished Professor of Buddhist Studies in the UCLA Department of Asian Languages and Cultures, and to honor his many contributions to the field.

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Recent Events

6/24/2022 - 6/25/2022
9am-5pm
Currents and Countercurrents in Sinitic Buddhism

Currents and Countercurrents in Sinitic Buddhism: Celebrating the Career and Contributions of Professor Robert E. Buswell, Jr. is an international conference to mark the retirement of Dr. Robert E. Buswell Jr., Distinguished Professor of Buddhist Studies in the UCLA Department of Asian Languages and Cultures, and to honor his many contributions to the field.

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2/11/2022
3-4:30pm
Lasting Impressions: Rock Carvings as Travel Practice in Chosŏn Korea

Book talk by Prof. Maya Stiller (University of Kansas), cosponsored by the UCLA Center for Korean Studies

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