Monthly Archive for November 2010
Thursday, November 04, 2010, 7:55 am
Dr. Kenneth Lee, professor at the California State University, Northridge, will be Fall Numata Lecture, speaking on â€œShinranâ€™s Devotional Hymn of Prince Shotoku: Kotaishi Shotoku Hosan,â€ Friday, November 19, from 3 to 5 p.m. at the Institute of Buddhist Studies, 2140 Durant Avenue, Berkeley at the Jodo Shinshu Center.
Dr. Lee is teaches courses in Asian religions, world religions, Indo-Tibetan and East Asian Buddhism, philosophy or religion, and comparative religions. He received his doctorate from Columbia University, where he specialized in Japanese Buddhism. His book, â€œThe Prince and the Monk: Shotoku Worship in Shinranâ€™s Buddhism,â€ traces the evolution of Shotoku worship in Japanese Buddhism.
Prince Shotoku is revered is greatly revered by Shinran, as the founder of Buddhism in Japan. The lecture is open and free to the public.
|November 12, 2010|
|1:00 pm||to||5:00 pm|
Psychotherapist, teacher, author, and co-coordinator of the Amida Psychotherapy Training Programme in Britain, Caroline will speak about her work developing, practicing and teaching a method of counseling and psychotherapy based in Buddhist Psychology.
This event is being co-sponsored by the Center for Buddhist Education. Please contact the CBE for more information about this event.
|November 19, 2010|
|3:00 pm||to||5:00 pm|
This fall’s Numata lecture will be delivered by Dr. Kenneth Lee at the Institute of Buddhist Studies on November 19th. More details about this event are forthcoming.
Please contact the Institute with any questions.
Kenneth Lee joined the California State University, Northridge faculty in the fall of 2006 to teach courses in Asian religions, world religions, Indo-Tibetan and East Asian Buddhism, philosophy of religion, and comparative religions. His book, The Prince and the Monk: Shotoku Worship in Shinran’s Buddhism, traces the evolution of Shotoku worship in Japanese Buddhism.
|November 12, 2010|
|7:30 pm||to||9:30 pm|
Join us this fall for a pair of conversation between C.G. Jungâ€™s The Red Book and Buddhist psychology.
Jack Kornfield, Spirit Rock Meditation Center
In dialogue with Dyane Sherwood, Jungian analyst
7:30 pm.,Â Friday, 12 November at the Hotel Kabuki, San Francisco
This event is co-sponsored by the Institute of Buddhist Studies and the C.G. Jung Institute of San Francisco, and are fundraisers for the C.G. Jung Insitute of San Francisco.
A $25 donation ($10/students) is requested.
For registration and information, please visit this event’s information page here.