Buddhism without Borders: registration now open!
M. Editor | October 15, 2009
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Registration is now open for the conference “Buddhism without Borders: Contemporary Buddhism in the West,” March 18-21, 2010 at the Institute of Buddhist Studies in Berkeley, CA. Conference schedule, details, and registration are available at the conference webpage here.
How has Buddhism outside Asia been shaped by diaspora and immigration? How has the increase in global tourism, communication, and capitalism affected the way Buddhism is understood, taught, and practiced? These and other themes will be explored in a four-day conference hosted by the Institute of Buddhist Studies, in Berkeley, California.
Keynote Address by Prof. Thomas Tweed, author of The American Encounter with Buddhism and Crossing and Dwelling. Panelists include Franz Metcalf, Charles Prebish, Richard Hughes Seager, Eve Mullen, Duncan RyÅ«ken Williams, Jeff Wilson, Wakoh Shannon Hickey and many others.
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