2010: Buddhism in Canada

Report: “Buddhism in Canada” Conference 2010

From October 15 to 17, 2010, the Buddhism and Contemporary Society Program convened an international conference on “Buddhism in Canada: Global Causes, Local Conditions.” The conference was an opportunity to investigate the contours of Buddhism in Canada and its dramatic [...]

Report: “Buddhism in Canada” Conference 2010 2011-03-13T11:51:13+00:00

Photos from “Buddhism in Canada” Conference 2010

The international conference “Buddhism in Canada: Global Causes, Local Conditions” was held last October 15 to 17, 2010, at the CK Choi Building and the Asian Centre. [slideshow] […]

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“Buddhism in Canada” Conference: General Registration Open

“The Buddhist concept of dependent origination teaches that things have no reified essence. Even Buddhism itself arises through causes and conditions. Buddhism has grown dramatically in Canada, especially during the last forty years, but we need to understand better the [...]

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Keynote Address: Raphaël Liogier

Professor Raphaël Liogier, from the Institut d’études politiques d’Aix-en-Provence, will present a keynote address for the conference, “Buddhism in Canada: Global Causes, Local Conditions”: “Buddhism and the Hypothesis on Individuo-globalism” Date: Saturday, October 16, 2010 Time: 5:00pm – 6:15pm Place:Asian [...]

Keynote Address: Raphaël Liogier 2010-08-31T10:23:07+00:00

Keynote Address: Charles Prebish

Professor Charles S. Prebish,  from Utah State University, will present a keynote address for the conference, “Buddhism in Canada: Global Causes, Local Conditions”: “The Swans Came to Canada Too: Looking Backward and Looking Forward.” Date: Friday, October 15, 2010 Time: [...]

Keynote Address: Charles Prebish 2010-08-31T10:21:35+00:00