Pu Yin Buddhist Studies Lecture Series, Albert Welter

January 30, 2018 - 4:00pm to 5:00pm
The Little Chapel of All Nations, 1401 E. First Street, Tucson

The UA Center for Buddhist Studies announces four lectures in the SPRING 2018 Pu Yin Buddhist Studies Lecture Series. Professor Albert Welter will give the inaugural lecture on Hangzhou Buddhism, and the remaining three lectures will focus on Chinese Buddhism, American Buddhism, and the concept of Regional Religious System (RRS) in Buddhist studies. All lectures are presented in English and open to the public. The series is sponsored by the Pu Yin Educational Center.

Upcoming lectures:

Tuesday, January 30th, 4:00 pm

"A New Look at Old Traditions: Reimagining East Asian Buddhism through Hanghou"

Presented by Albert Welter, Professor/Head, UA Department of East Asian Studies

Location: The Little Chapel of All Nations, 1401 E. First St, Tucson

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Friday, February 9th, 4:00 pm

"The Idea, History, and Influence of Master Jinghui's Living Chan in Contemporary Chinese Buddhism"

Presented by Yaling Chu, Associate Professor, Shijiazhuang College, Visiting Scholar

Location: The Little Chapel of All Nations, 1401 E. First St, Tucson

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Friday, February 16th, 3:30 pm

Colloquium:  San Francisco Zen Center and American Buddhism

Presented by Zoketsu Norman Fischer, former Co-abbot of the San Francisco Zen Center

Location: Copper Room, UA Memorial Student Union

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Thursday, March 15th, 4:00 pm

"Buddhism as a Regional Religious System"

Presented by Karl Ryavec, Professor of World Heritage, University of California, Merced

Location: The Little Chapel of All Nations, 1401 E. First St, Tucson