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Bogel, Cynthea J.

Institution: Kyushu University
Department: International MA and PhD Program in Japanese Humanities
Email: cjbogel@lit.kyushu-u.ac.jp

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Cynthea J. Bogel has been Professor of Japanese Art History and East Asian Buddhist Visual Cultures at Kyushu University since 2012. Most of her research and writing focusses on premodern Japanese Buddhist icons, especially statues, and specific aspects of their history.Continue reading


Kim, Sujung

Institution: DePauw University
Department: Department of Asian Studies
Email: sujingkim@depauw.edu

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Sujung Kim is an Assistant Professor of religious studies at DePauw University. While her research centers on the premodern transcultural interactions between Japan and Korea, her interdisciplinary research interests include modern/contemporary Korean Buddhism, Buddhist visual and material culture, as well as performative aspects of Buddhist narratives.Continue reading


Nguyen, Thi Hien

Institution: Viet Nam National Institute of Culture and Arts Studies
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Email: hiennguyenb@gmail.com

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Dr. NGUYEN, Thi Hien is an Associate Professor at the Viet Nam National Institute of Culture and Arts Studies. She is interested in doing research on religious practices, cultural heritage and transnationalism.Continue reading


Lai, Rongdao

Institution: McGill University
Department: School of Religious Studies
Email: rongdao.lai@mcgill.ca

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Rongdao is Assistant Professor of Religion at McGill University. She received her PhD in Religious Studies from McGill University in 2013, and was based at the University of Southern California before returning to Montreal. She specializes in modern Chinese Religions, focusing especially on the changing landscape in modern Chinese Buddhism and identity productionContinue reading


Balkwill, Stephanie

Institution: University of Winnipeg
Department: East Asian Languages and Cultures
Email: s.balkwill@uwinnipeg.ca

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Stephanie Balkwill is an Assistant Professor of Religion and Culture and East Asian Languages and Cultures at the University of Winnipeg. Continue reading


Bryson, Megan

Institution: University of Tennessee, Knoxville
Department: Department of Religious Studies
Email: mbryson4@utk.edu

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Megan Bryson is Assistant Professor of Religious Studies at the University of Tennessee, Knoxville. Her research focuses on Buddhism and local religion in the Dali region of southwest China as well as the themes of gender and ethnicity in Chinese religions.Continue reading


Wang, Michelle

Institution: Georgetown University
Department: Department of Art and Art History
Email: mcw57@georgetown.edu

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Michelle C. Wang is Associate Professor in the Department of Art and Art History at Georgetown University. As a specialist in medieval Chinese art, her publications have addressed Buddhist maṇḍalas, Dunhuang painting, and Silk Road material culture. Continue reading


Heller, Natasha

Institution: University of Virginia
Department: Religious Studies
Email: nlh4x@virginia.edu

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Natasha Heller studies Chinese Buddhism in the context of cultural and intellectual history. Her research includes both the pre-modern period (10th through 14th c.) and the contemporary era.Continue reading


Ji, Zhe

Institution: INALCO
Department: Département Chine
Email: zhe.ji@inalco.fr

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JI Zhe is currently a professor of sociology at the Institut national des langues et civilisations orientales-Université Sorbonne Paris Cité in France.Continue reading


McBride, Richard

Institution: Brigham Young University
Department: Asian and Near Eastern Languages Department
Email: richard_mcbride@byu.edu

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Richard D. McBride II is Associate Professor of Korean Studies and Buddhist Studies at Brigham Young University.  He earned a PhD. in East Asian Languages and Cultures at UCLA (2001), specializing in Korean and Chinese Buddhism and early Korean history. Continue reading


Kieschnick, John

Institution: Stanford University
Department: Department of Religious Studies
Email: John.Kieschnick@stanford.edu

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John Kieschnick is The Robert H.N. Ho Family Foundation Professor of Buddhist Studies. Professor Kieschnick specializes in Chinese Buddhism, with particular emphasis on its cultural history. Continue reading


Zhan, Ru

Institution: Peking University
Department: Department of Oriental Languages and Literature
Email: zhanru1968@163.com

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Zhan Ru is a Professor in Peking University’s School of Foreign Languages. His areas of research include: Buddhist and Buddhist literature, the Indian Ministry of Buddhism, Dunhuang Buddhism, and the Buddhist system.Continue reading


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