Japanese Buddhism

Talk by Columbia University’s Michael Como — April 5

Please join us for a talk by Professor Michael Como (Columbia University), presented by the UBC Buddhist Studies Forum and the UBC Peter Wall Institute for Advanced Studies. Angry Spirits and Urban Soundscapes in Ancient Japan When: Tuesday, April 5 | 4 [...]

Talk by Columbia University’s Michael Como — April 5 2016-04-04T14:50:58+00:00

Public Lecture: Brian Victoria on Zen Terrorism in 1930s Japan

UBC's Buddhism and Contemporary Society Program, funded by The Tung Lin Kok Yuen Canada Foundation, is pleased to welcome Professor Brian Victoria, for a talk on "Zen Terrorism: Meditation as a Terrorist Weapon in 1930s Japan" on June 9, 2014 at the Asian Centre, UBC, Point Grey campus.

Public Lecture: Brian Victoria on Zen Terrorism in 1930s Japan 2014-06-08T17:32:55+00:00

Three Lectures on Chinese and Japanese Buddhism

UBC’s Buddhism and Contemporary Society Program, in conjunction with the Tzu-chi Buddhist Studies Forum, Kameyama Lecture Series, and Contemporary Tibetan Studies Program, presents three lectures on Buddhism this March: Dr. Weirong Shen, research fellow at the Institute for Advanced Studies at Princeton [...]

Three Lectures on Chinese and Japanese Buddhism 2013-02-28T11:08:35+00:00

Public Lecture: Sonja Arntzen on Telling it Slant

Sonja Arntzen, Professor Emerita, University of Toronto, will present a lecture: “Telling it Slant”: Dreams and Religious Meaning in the Sarashina Diary (Kameyama Lecture, Department of Asian Studies) 5:00 pm, Friday, September 30, at UBC’s Asian Centre, 1871 West Mall, Room [...]

Public Lecture: Sonja Arntzen on Telling it Slant 2011-09-29T16:01:56+00:00