New journal article by Jeffrey Kotyk.
New monograph by Dagmar Schwerk.
Chenxing Han and Dr. Jessica Main (The University of British Columbia). 7:00pm (PDT). Wednesday, April 21, 2021. Online, via Zoom.
Open access. Guest editors: Marcus Bingenheimer, Christian Wittern, and Jinhua Chen.
First issue of Journal of Chan Buddhism. Edited by Jinhua Chen, George Keyworth, and Steffen Döll.
Third volume of Brill Book Series: Studies on East Asian Religions. Authored by Sheng Kai, edited by Jinhua Chen.
Second volume of Brill Book Series: Studies on East Asian Religions. The series editors are Susan Andrews, Jinhua Chen, and Guang Kuan.
Saturday, October 17, via Zoom.
An informative guide on higher education in France.
Report on the CRTA workshop, December 15-19, 2019 Aussois, France.
Latest updates from FROGBEAR project and its affiliated networks and partners.
March 7-8, 2020. University of British Columbia.
July 6–31, 2020. Venice, Italy – Ca’ Foscari University.
Deadline to apply March 15, 2020
Clusters 2.1 and 3.2 Field Visits in Northern China. June-July, 2019.
Cluster 1.2 at DILA. July 17-25, 2019.
New book publication: Rules of Engagement, edited by Susan Andrews, Jinhua Chen, and Cuilan Liu.
Sam van Schaik (British Library). 7 pm, Saturday, September 21, 2019. UBC St. John’s College.
August 11-30, 2019; Oxford, UK.
1 year opportunity at UBC. Application deadline July 21, 2019.
Articles from inaugural issue (Vol. 1, No. 1) of Hualin International Journal of Buddhist Studies (HIJBS) now available.
Nomination application has been extended to June 30, 2019. Please use Tianzhu Book Prize Nomination Form for submission.
15 Buddhist Beast conference papers have been published in the journal Religions.
Talismans and Talisman Cultures in Contemporary Vietnam, Korea, and Japan: Meaning, Making, Medium
Introduction of the Database of Chinese Medieval Texts (DMCT)
Ongoing applications accepted.
March 15 to June 15, 2019 at Diefenbaker Canada Centre.
Applications are due January 21, 2019. Please use our online application form for submission. Any questions should be directed to email@example.com.
A REFLECTION ON THE INTERNATIONAL AND INTENSIVE PROGRAM ON BUDDHIST AT UBC Posted on October 5, 2018 by Meng Zhang The International and Intensive Program on Buddhism was held at University of British Columbia from July 27 to August 15, 2018. This program consisted of six seminars delivered by six international scholars. Each Continue reading
Congratulations to Michael Friedrich and colleagues at Hamburg!
News Report from Chinese Daily about the 2018 Cambridge Intensive Program on Buddhism
Zhang, Anqi is an undergraduate student in the Department of Asian and African Studies in Shanghai International Studies University.
Interview with Zhe Ji (CEIB) by Shuyue He. Originally posted to CJBS.
We are happy to announce the FROGBEAR YouTube channel!
Awarded by the Canadian Museum Association to Fuyubi Nakamura and her team. Congratulations!
Words of welcome from UBC president Santa J. Ono.
Dr. Jiang Wu lecture August 12, 2018 at UBC.
By Crystal Beaudoin, McMaster University
Congratulations to Professor Chen on this award!
Check out this amazing video to review the Winter Program in action.
Press release on the creation of the Tianzhu Network for the Study of Buddhist Cultures.
To get involved, or for more information, please contact Willis Monroe (firstname.lastname@example.org).
A Major Project led by FROGBEAR cluster leader, Kai SHENG, has been newly awarded by the Chinese National Social Sciences Fund
For the 2017 co-op term, we were happy to receive Mariah Gastaldo as Digital Projects Student Librarian. Gastaldo, a Masters of Library and Information Studies student at the University of British Columbia, took up the task of collecting and reviewing data from
Funding from Harvard Global Institute provided for work in the Dunhuang caves.
We are excited to partner with this newly launched Center for Buddhist Studies!
Join us in welcoming fellowship recipients and learning more about our Tianzhu post-doctoral fellow!
Report by Hassan Pirbhai, University of Calgary
In memory of Antonino Forte, who passed away in 2006.
May 11 – October 9, 2017 at the Museum of Anthropology at UBC.
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.
Information on launch of the Centre and the activities for the Centre’s inaugural week 22-25 March 2017 in Paris.