How Zen Became Chan – Schedule

Return to the main conference page.   How Zen Became Chan: Pre-modern and Modern Representations of a Transnational East Asian Buddhist Tradition July 29–31, 2022 | ONLINE, in collaboration with Yale University International Conference *tentative schedule, subject to change   General Schedule DAY 1 – July 29 NA / July Continue reading

How Zen Became Chan – T. Griffith Foulk

Return to the main conference page. Return to the conference abstracts page. Work in progress, not for citation. No part of this content can be used, distributed, and reproduced without written consent from the author.   Histories of Chan (Zen)  by T. Griffith Foulk   Introduction The Scope and Aims of this Continue reading

“Graphic Variation, Modification, and Replacement in Medieval Chinese Writing: Case Studies and Resources” Workshop Report

By Laurent Van Cutsem, Ghent University   While an increasing number of texts have been made electronically available to researchers in the past decades, the ability to read and engage with manuscripts, woodblock prints, and epigraphic materials remains an invaluable skill and source of enrichment for scholars of medieval Chinese Continue reading