Events

The Glorisun Global Network for Buddhist Studies has had a profusion of activities since its inauguration. As of December 2018, there have been a total of eight conferences, one seminar, two lecture series, five workshops, one forum, and thirty-four lectures. The attendees come from all over Europe, North America, and Asia, from various professional and academic affiliations, and from all levels of scholarly status. Judging from the quantity and quality and of the participants it is evident that the expertise presented at each event contributes to outstanding research in Buddhist Studies.
October 31, 2019

Workshop: The Buddhist Art of Bagan

Lilian Handlin (Independent Scholar), Donald Stadtner (Independent Scholar)Thursday, October 31, 2019. Yale University, Henry R. Luce Hall, Room 203.
October 6, 2019

Guest Lecture: On the “Image of the Extinction of the Dharma” at the Dazhushengku Cave of Baoshan

Liu Yi (Capital Normal University). 4 pm, Thursday, October 10, 2019. Yale University, 1879 Hall, Room 137.
October 6, 2019

Guest Lecture: The End of the Dharma in Medieval Chinese Buddhism: On the “Image of the Extinction of the Dharma” at the Dazhusheng Cave of Baoshan (Henan)

Liu Yi (Capital Normal University). 4:30 pm, Tuesday, October 8, 2019. Princeton University, 1879 Hall, Room 137.

Please see past events in our Conference Series here.

Past events in our Lecture Series can be found here.