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Announcement: Ian Harris as TLKY Visiting Professor, Winter 2008

2007-12-27T15:05:03+00:00

Ian Harris Tung Lin Kok Yuen Canada Foundation Visiting Professor in Buddhism and Contemporary Society (Jan - May 2008) The Institute of Asian Research welcomes Professor Ian Harris as the TLKY Canada Foundation Visiting Scholar. Professor Harris was a Senior [...]

Announcement: Ian Harris as TLKY Visiting Professor, Winter 2008 2007-12-27T15:05:03+00:00

Public Lecture: Ian Harris on Buddhism Under Pol Pot

2007-12-17T19:56:22+00:00

“Buddhism in Extremis: The Fate of the Buddhist Order Under Pol Pot” Presented by Professor Ian Harris, Professor of Buddhist Studies, University of Cumbria. Date: Wednesday February 27, 2008 Time: 12:30 – 2:05 PM Place: Centre for Southeast Asia Research, [...]

Public Lecture: Ian Harris on Buddhism Under Pol Pot 2007-12-17T19:56:22+00:00

Public Lecture: Ian Harris on Monastic Boundaries and the Concept of State

2006-08-26T15:31:23+00:00

“Buddhist Monastic Boundary (sima) as an Explanatory Concept in the Contemporary Conception of the State in Southeast Asia” Presented by Professor Ian Harris, Senior Research Fellow, Documentation Center of Cambodia Phnom Penh, Cambodia. Date: Monday October 2, 2006 Time: 12:00 [...]

Public Lecture: Ian Harris on Monastic Boundaries and the Concept of State 2006-08-26T15:31:23+00:00

Tomorrow!: Public Lecture by LeRon Harrison on Japanese Buddhism and Gagaku, or Court Music

2015-02-04T15:09:41+00:00

The Centre for Japanese Research at UBC is proud to sponsor a public lecture by Prof. LeRon Harrison from the University of Oregon. Prof. Harrison will speak about: "Buddhism and Gagaku" Date: Thursday, February 5th, 2015 Time: 4:00 – 5:30 pm [...]

Tomorrow!: Public Lecture by LeRon Harrison on Japanese Buddhism and Gagaku, or Court Music 2015-02-04T15:09:41+00:00

Ian Harries on Khmer Buddhist Monks, Denied Religious Freedom in Vietnam

2008-10-28T12:18:33+00:00

By Ian Harris, Tung Lin Kok Yuen Canada Foundation Visiting Professor in Buddhism and Contemporary Society, reposted from Asia Pacific Report 32.2 (2008): 1, 7. The Mekong delta area, known in Cambodia as Kampuchea Krom, has been populated by Khmer [...]

Ian Harries on Khmer Buddhist Monks, Denied Religious Freedom in Vietnam 2008-10-28T12:18:33+00:00

Chair and Visiting Scholars

2018-05-14T20:00:12+00:00

Jessica L. Main The Robert H. N. Ho Family Foundation Chair in Buddhism and Contemporary Society  (Jul 2009 - present) View Profile André Laliberté The Tung Lin Kok Yuen Canada Foundation Visiting Professor in Buddhism and [...]

Chair and Visiting Scholars 2018-05-14T20:00:12+00:00

A Brief Overview of Buddhist Studies at the University of British Columbia

2010-02-16T22:14:34+00:00

by Jessica L. Main For prospective students: At the University of British Columbia (UBC), Buddhism is studied using a variety of disciplinary approaches and in historical periods spanning the ancient to the contemporary. The centre of this constellation of teaching [...]

A Brief Overview of Buddhist Studies at the University of British Columbia 2010-02-16T22:14:34+00:00

Buddhism and Wellbeing, May 28-30, 2015

2018-05-02T19:11:27+00:00

Buddhism and Wellbeing: Therapeutic Approaches to Human Flourishing University of British Columbia • May 28–30, 2015 The 5th Annual Tung Lin Kok Yuen Canada Foundation Conference (Hosted by the University of British Columbia’s Robert H. N. Ho Family Foundation Program [...]

Buddhism and Wellbeing, May 28-30, 2015 2018-05-02T19:11:27+00:00

Conference Panel: Western Appearances

2012-06-15T14:39:58+00:00

Saturday, July 7, 2012, 1:30pm – 2:45pm “Legend of the Colfax Buddha Heads: Landscape, Race, and the Visual Cultures of Buddhist Modernism” Gregory Levine (University of California at Berkeley). In 2005, the artist Casey O’Connor surreptitiously seeded hundreds of porcelain objects [...]

Conference Panel: Western Appearances 2012-06-15T14:39:58+00:00