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본 프로젝트는 연구와 교육 방식의 혁신을 통해 불교 및 동아시아 제반 종교를 연구하는 후속 세대 학자를 양성하는 것을 목표로 합니다. 이에 본 구성원들은 해당 연구 지역을 직접 답사하여 다층적 함의를 파악하고, 문헌은 물론 이미지나 유물, 실제 종교 행위 등을 종합적으로 연구합니다. 새로 취합되는 디지털 자료는 브리티시 컬럼비아 대학교(UBC)에 호스트를 둔 전자 도서관에서 공개 열람이 가능해집니다. 아울러 본 연구를 통해 다양한 학제간 교류와 협력이 증진되고, 시민 사회에서도 불교 및 동아시아 제반 종교에 대한 이해가 함양되기를 기대합니다.

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International Conference on Buddhist Manuscript Cultures: Panelists

Click here to return to the main conference page. H. Barrett, SOAS, University of London 英國倫敦大學亞非學院 Sainbileg Byambadorj, National Library of Mongolia 蒙古國家圖書館 Chen Jinhua 陳金華, UBC 加拿大英屬哥倫比亞大學 Chen Ruifeng 陳瑞峰, McMaster University 加拿大麥克馬斯特大學 Daisy Sze Yui Cheung, University of Hamburg 德國漢堡大學 Mark Dennis, Texas Christian University 美國德克薩斯基督教大學 Feng

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International Conference: From the Silk to the Book Road(s): Panelists

Please click here to return to the main conference page. Bian Dongbo 卞東波 (University of Nanjing 南京大學): 漢籍東傳與異域闡釋——論中國詩僧文集的日本注本 Chen Jinhua 陳金華 (UBC): The An Lushan Rebellion and East Asian Buddhism: With a Focus on Tang-Zhou China’s Commercial and Religious Ties with Central Asia Ding Li 丁莉 (Peking University 北京大學):

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International Conference on Buddhist Manuscript Cultures: Abstracts

Click here to return to the main conference page. T. H. Barrett (SOAS, University of London 英國倫敦大學亞非學院): Liu Yan’s劉宴 (716-780) Essay on “Three religions”: Its Manuscripts Found in Dunhuang and Japan The eminent financial expert Liu Yan 劉宴 (716-780) is better known for his fiscal innovations than for his

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Identity and Networks in Buddhism and East Asian Religions – Panelists

Click here to return to the main conference page. Judit Bagi: Library and Information Centre of the Hungarian Academy of Sciences  匈牙利科學院 (dongjinghuiliufang@gmail.com) Bai Bing 白冰: Northwest University 西北大學 (baibingtour@aliyun.com) Bai Zhaojie 白照傑: Shanghai Academy of Social Sciences 上海社會科學院哲學研究所 (Bai_longfeng@163.com) Chen Dawei 陳大為: Shanghai Normal University 上海師範大學歷史系 (Chendawei9072@126.com) Chen

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International Conference: From the Silk to the Book Road(s): Abstracts

Please click here to return to the main conference page. Bian Dongbo 卞東波 (University of Nanjing 南京大學): 漢籍東傳與異域闡釋——論中國詩僧文集的日本注本 中國晚唐以降,形成了“詩禪合一”的觀念,唐代詩僧尚顏《讀齊己上人集》云:“詩為儒者禪,此格的惟仙。”(《全唐詩》卷八四八)徐寅《雅道機要》亦云:“夫詩者,儒中之禪也。一言契道,萬古鹹知。”宋人吳可《學詩三首》第一首则云:“學詩渾似學參禪。”所以從中晚唐開始就出現了大量的“詩僧”,也产生了中國文學史上的“禅文学”或“文字禅”,中國歷代詩僧的文集很多流傳至今。不過,也有不少詩僧文集在中國本土失傳,但東傳到日本,並在日本被翻刻,如南宋詩僧釋善珍的《藏叟摘稿》、釋行肇的《淮海拏音》、釋行海的《雪岑和尚續集》,元代詩僧釋道惠的《廬山外集》、釋至仁的《澹居稿》等。除此之外,日本江戶時代還出現了不少注釋中國詩僧文集的注釋書,如有唐代詩僧貫休《山居詩》的注本《禪月大師山居詩略注》,宋代詩僧雪竇重顯的《祖英集》的注本《冠注祖英集》,宋代詩僧釋惠洪的《石門文字禪》的注本《注石門文字禪》,元代詩僧釋英的《白雲集》的注本《鼇頭白雲詩集》。當然最多的注本是唐代《寒山集》的注本,光漢文注就有四種,已經全部收入筆者所編的《寒山詩日本古注本叢刊》(鳳凰出版社,2017年)中。本文對這些注本的書志特色、文獻價值,以及學術內涵和文化意義進行了研究。筆者發現,日本江戶時代這些注本的作者基本上都是日本的禪師,能夠“以釋注釋”,故能對集中的佛教詞彙與義理有所把所致。同時,禪宗是伴隨著宋學傳入日本的,朱子學對日本禪宗也產生一定的影響,朱子學對格物致知,對“道問學”的講求,都影響到日本的中世與近世禪林,所以日本禪林普遍注重對知識的學習,不但刊刻了大量的外典,而且對禪文學的發展也做出了很大的貢獻。這些注本有很強的學術性,當然這些注本的出現與日本禪宗在日本重興密切相。本文將從東籍東傳與異域之眼的角度透視來中國詩僧文集的日本注本。 Chen Jinhua 陳金華 (UBC): The An Lushan Rebellion and East Asian Buddhism: With a Focus on Tang-Zhou China’s Commercial and Religious Ties with Central Asia This paper provides a new

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An International Conference: From Chang’an to Nālandā: Abstracts

Click here to return to the main conference page. Ahn Sung-Doo 安性斗 (韓國首爾大學):Paramārtha’s Concept of Amala-vijñāna and Its Criticism by Xuanzang School 真諦的阿賴耶識,以及玄奘學派對其所作的批評 The purpose of this research is to examine the meanings of the concepts *amala-vijñāna (amaluoshi 阿摩羅識) in the works of Paramārtha (Zhendi 眞諦, C.E. 499-569), and

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When the Himalaya Meets with Alps: Abstracts

Click here to return to the main conference page. 1. Susan Andrews 安素桑 (University of Mount Alison 加拿大聖阿裏森大學): “Material Culture and the Making of the Transnational Mount Wutai Cult: An exploration of the roles architecture, calligraphy, and statuary are playing in the contemporary Mount Wutai cults of Canada and China”

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Writing “The Book of Rivers and Lakes”

September 1-2, 2017. Vancouver, Canada.
“Writing The Book of Rivers and Lakes (Jianghu)” was a planning workshop for a co-authored encyclopedic book-length study entitled The Book of River and Lake. The Book will focus on an enduring and influential Chinese concept, known as jianghu. Jianghu (literally, “rivers and lakes”) is an imaginary realm away from home and hearth. Jianghu, a fluid type of cultural imaginary, is also intimately connected to the notion of a solid and stable “Middle Kingdom”; over the centuries, notions of unruly and uncivilized border regions have helped to shape ideas of empire and nation. This workshop brought together specialists in a variety of fields to design a learning, teaching, and research resource related to this influential cultural idea.

From the Caoxi Creek to Mogao Cave – Abstracts

Please click here to return to the main conference page. Juhn Ahn 安俊泳 (University of Michigan): “The Chigong hwasang sŏnyorok 指空和尚禪要錄 and the Question of Authenticity in Fourteenth-Century Sŏn Buddhism” Naong Hyegŭn 懶翁慧勤 (1320-1376), a renowned Sŏn master who was active in Koryŏ Korea during the Yuan-Ming transition, has

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From the Caoxi Creek to Mogao Cave – Panelists

Please click here to return to the main conference page. Lists of Scholars & Biographies︱與會學者名單與簡介 Panelists與會學者名單 Name 學者姓名 Photo 照片 Institution 服務單位 Title 職稱 1.       Ahn Juhn 安俊泳 Panel 1.2   University of Michigan Assistant Professor 2.       Bai Zhaojie 白照傑 Panel 2.3   上海社科院哲學所 助理研究員 3.      Barrett, T. H.

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Publication:Rules of Engagement

Publication:Rules of Engagement

We are very pleased to announce the publication of the book Rules of Engagement, edited by Susan Andrews, Jinhua Chen, and Cuilan Liu.

First volume of Brill Book Series

First volume of Brill Book Series

We are pleased to announce the release of the first volume in a new series published by Brill. The series editors include Meir Sharar, James Benn, and Jinhua Chen.

Winter Program 2016

Winter Program 2016

A video of the 2016 Winter Program. December 10-19, 2016 at Dharma Drum Mountain in Taiwan.