Japanese Buddhism

APM: Japanese Buddhism After the Earthquake

Japanese Buddhism After the Earthquake: Memorials, Spiritual Comfort, and Emergency Response Originally posted on March 31, 2011, at Asia Pacific Memo (#69) byJessica L. Main – jessica.main [at] ubc.ca On the 7th day after the earthquake, at precisely 2:46 p.m., [...]

APM: Japanese Buddhism After the Earthquake2020-11-04T23:33:24+00:00

Public Lecture: Paul Arai on Ritual in Contemporary Japan

“The Power of Rituals to Harm or to Heal” Presented by Paula Arai, Assistant Professor of Religion, Asian Studies, Carleton College. Date: Wednesday October 4, 2006 Time: 12:00 – 1:15 PM Place: Institute of Asian Research, C.K. Choi Building Room [...]

Public Lecture: Paul Arai on Ritual in Contemporary Japan2020-11-05T20:51:56+00:00

Public Lecture: Stephen Covell on Japanese Buddhism and Education

“Cut Flowers: Buddhist Education and Kokoro no Kyōiku (Heart/Mind Education) in Japan” Presented by Dr. Stephen Covell, Director, Soga Center for Japanese Studies, Western Michigan University. Date: Monday September 25, 2006 Time: 12:00 – 1:15 PM Place: Institute of Asian [...]

Public Lecture: Stephen Covell on Japanese Buddhism and Education2020-11-05T20:51:56+00:00
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