Events

Amy Langenberg and Ann Gleig – From Sudinna to the Sangha Sutra: Classical and Contemporary Buddhist Responses to Sexual Misconduct

Speakers: Amy Langenberg, Associate Professor of Religious Studies, Eckerd College Ann Gleig, Associate Professor of Religion and Cultural Studies, University of Central Florida Since the 1980s, American Buddhist convert communities …

Amy Langenberg and Ann Gleig – From Sudinna to the Sangha Sutra: Classical and Contemporary Buddhist Responses to Sexual Misconduct

Buddhist Studies Forum Featuring Matthew King – Ocean of Milk, Ocean of Blood: A Mongolian Monk in the Ruins of the Qing Empire

Speaker: Matthew King, Associate Professor of Transnational Buddhism and Director, Asian Studies Program, University of California, Riverside After the fall of the Qing empire, amid nationalist and socialist upheaval, Buddhist …

Buddhist Studies Forum Featuring Matthew King – Ocean of Milk, Ocean of Blood: A Mongolian Monk in the Ruins of the Qing Empire

Elizabeth Angowski – A Clash of Clawed Significations: Reading and Rereading the Life of Yeshé Tsogyal and the Story of the Starving Tigress

Speaker: Elizabeth Angowski, Assistant Professor of Religion, Earlham College For an eager bodhisattva intent on honing the virtue of generosity, there would appear to be no shortage of starving tigresses …

Elizabeth Angowski – A Clash of Clawed Significations: Reading and Rereading the Life of Yeshé Tsogyal and the Story of the Starving Tigress

Buddhist Studies Forum featuring Halvor Eifring – Let the mind wander towards the Pure Land: Two 19th-Century Chinese Monks on How to Treat Spontaneous Thought

Presented via Zoom

Topics: Speaker: Halvor Eifring, University of Oslo Mind wandering has been an issue within contemplative traditions for more than two thousand years. How to go about your meditation or prayer …

Buddhist Studies Forum featuring Halvor Eifring – Let the mind wander towards the Pure Land: Two 19th-Century Chinese Monks on How to Treat Spontaneous Thought