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Adamek, Wendi

Institution: University of Calgary
Department: Department of Classics and Religion
Email: wadamek@ucalgary.ca

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Wendi Adamek is an Associate Professor and the Numata Chair in Buddhist Studies in the Department of Classics and Religion.Continue reading


Anderl, Christoph

Institution: University of Ghent
Department: Centre for Buddhist Studies
Email: christoph.anderl@ugent.be

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Christoph Anderl is a Professor in the Centre for Buddhist Studies. His main research interest is the study of Medieval Chinese, as reflected in Buddhist texts (Buddhist Hybrid Chinese), including syntax, semantics, and rhetorical devices. Continue reading


Andrews, Susan


Benn, James


Bingenheimer, Marcus

Institution: Temple University
Department: Department of Religion
Email: marcus.bingenheimer@temple.edu

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Marcus Bingenheimer 馬德偉 teaches in the Department of Religion. He was born in Germany. He obtained an MA (Sinology) and Dr.phil (History of Religions) from Würzburg University and an MA (Communication Studies) from Nagoya University. Continue reading


Brook, Tim

Institution: University of British Columbia
Department: Department of History
Email: tim.brook@ubc.ca

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Timothy Brook is a Professor in the Department of History. He works on the social and cultural history of the Ming dynasty (1368-1644), the Japanese occupation of China during World War Two, and historical perspectives on world history and human rights.Continue reading


Copp, Paul

Institution: University of Chicago
Department: East Asian Languages and Civilizations
Email: pcopp@uchicago.edu

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Paul Copp is an Associate Professor in Chinese Religion and Thought, East Asian Languages and Civilizations. His research focuses on the history of religious practice in China during the eighth through the twelfth centuries. In particular, he studies material sources (manuscripts, amulets, seals, archaeological sites, etc) for the practices of Chinese Buddhism in this period.Continue reading


Chi, Limei

Institution: Tsurumi University
Department: Center of Buddhism Studies
Email: forvimalakirti@gmail.com

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Limei Chi is an Associate Professor at the Center of Buddhism Studies of Tsurumi University in Japan. Her scholarship, to date mostly on texts connected with the Tiantai tradition in medieval China, but also on the history of certain important individuals in the tradition shows considerable her considerable skills in historical research.Continue reading


Doell, Steffen

Institution: University of Hamburg
Department: Numata Center for Buddhist Studies
Email: steffen.doell@uni-hamburg.de

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Steffen Döll was appointed to the Numata Chair for Japanese Buddhism in 2015. He is currently pursuing research projects focusing on the entangled histories of religion and literature in East Asia; the construction of sacred spaces and topographies.Continue reading


Friedrich, Michael

Institution: University of Hamburg
Department: Numata Center for Buddhist Studies
Email: michael.friedrich@uni-hamburg.de

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Professor Friedrich’s is a Professor in the Numata Center for Buddhist Studies. His main fields of research include Chinese Buddhism in the context of Chinese intellectual history, in particular the formative period up to the 6th century, and the historiography of Chinese Buddhism in modern and contemporary China. Continue reading


Galambos, Imre

Institution: University of Cambridge
Department: Faculty of Asian and Middle Eastern Studies
Email: iig21@cam.ac.uk

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After having studied for several years in China (Tianjin) and Hungary, Irme Galambos received his Ph.D. from UC Berkeley with a dissertation on the orthography of Chinese writing during the Warring States period. Continue reading


Goodman, Amanda

Institution: University of Toronto
Department: Department for the Study of Religion, Department of East Asian Studies
Email: amanda.goodman@utoronto.ca

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Amanda Goodman (PhD, University of California, Berkeley, 2013) is an Assistant Professor cross-appointed in the Department for the Study of Religion and the Department of East Asian Studies. Her research focuses on the formative Tang-Song transition period of Chinese Buddhism, and specifically the Chinese esoteric or tantric Buddhist traditions of the eighth through tenth centuries.Continue reading


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