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Kim, Jongmyung

Institution: The Academy of Korean Studies
Department: Graduate School of Korean Studies
Email: jmk@aks.ac.kr

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Jongmyung Kim is a Professor in the Graduate School of Korean Studies. He received his MA and PhD from UCLA with focuses in both Buddhist studies and Korean studies. He has published extensively in both English and Korean on a range of issues in Korean Buddhism.Continue reading


Keyworth, George


Jia, Jinhua

Institution: University of Macau
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Jinhua Jia, PhD from University of Colorado at Boulder, is Adjunct Professor at University of Macau, Research Professor at Wuhan University, and Chair Professor at Yangzhou University. Her research interests include Buddhist studies and traditional Chinese religion, philosophy, and literature.Continue reading


Hureau, Sylvie

Institution: École pratique des hautes études
Department: Centre de Recherche sur les civilisations de l'Asie orientale
Email: Sylvie.Hureau@ephe.sorbonne.fr

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Sylvie Hureau is a Lecturer at the Centre de Recherche sur les civilisations de l’Asie orientale. Her research interests include: history of Chinese Buddhism during the Six Dynasties, translation, rites and Buddhist worship practices, relationships between clergy and state, secularism.Continue reading


Huimin, Bhikshu

Institution: Dharma Drum Institute of Liberal Arts
Department: Department of Buddhist Studies
Email: huimin2525@gmail.com

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Venerable Bhiksu Huimin is a professor at the Taipei National University of the Arts and the president of the Dharma Drum Institute of Liberal Arts. He was born in Taiwan in 1954 and ordained in 1979. He completed a PhD thesis on the meditation objects (ālaṃbana) of the Śrāvakabhūmi at the University of Tokyo in 1992. Continue reading


Heirman, Ann

Institution: Ghent University
Department: Centre for Buddhist Studies
Email: Ann.Heirman@ugent.be

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Ann Heirman is the Director of the Centre for Buddhist Studies, an international research centre that focuses on India and China. She teaches Classical and Buddhist Chinese. She has published extensively on Chinese Buddhist monasticism and the development of disciplinary rules.Continue reading


Greene, Eric

Institution: Yale University
Department: Religious Studies
Email: eric.greene@yale.edu

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Eric Greene is Assistant Professor of Religious Studies. He received his B.A. in Mathematics from Berkeley in 1998, followed by his M.A. (Asian Studies) and Ph.D. (Buddhist Studies) in 2012. Continue reading


Goossaert, Vincent

Institution: École pratique des hautes études
Department: Sciences religieuses
Email: vincent.goossaert@ephe.sorbonne.fr

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Vincent Goossaert is a historian, professor at EPHE. He was guest professor at Geneva University and Chinese University of Hong Kong. He works on the social history of modern Chinese religion, and has focused on Daoism, on religious specialists as professionals and social roles, on the politics of religion, and on the production of moral norms.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


Galambos, Imre


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


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


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