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A Three-day Workshop, Friday February 21–Sunday February 23, 2020

The Robert H.N. Ho Family Foundation Centre for Buddhist Studies at the University of Toronto, with support from Bukkyo Dendo Kyokai, will hold a three-day workshop on Teaching Buddhist Studies, from Friday February 21st to Sunday February 23rd, 2020.

See http://teachingbuddhism.net/ for conference schedule, registration, and details.

Speakers:

Susan Andrews, Mount Allison University

Jenny Bright, Emmanuel College

David DiValerio, University of Wisconsin-Milwaukee

James Gentry, Stanford University

Ann Gleig, University of Central Florida

Natasha Heller, University of Virginia

Sujung Kim, DePauw University

Matthew King, University of California, Riverside

Winston Kyan, University of Utah

Amy Langenberg, Eckerd College

Ana Cristina Lopes, Stanford University

Natasha L. Mikles, Texas State University

Matthew Mitchell, Allegheny College

John H. Negru, Independent Scholar

Rachel H. Pang, Davidson College

Antje Richter, University of Colorado, Boulder

Melody Rod-ari, Loyola Marymount University

Vanessa R. Sasson, Marianopolis College

Julia C. Stenzel, Rangjung Yeshe Institute

Philippe Turenne, Kathmandu University, Centre for Buddhist Studies at Rangjung Yeshe Institute

Maria Turek, University of Toronto

Greg Wilkinson, Brigham Young University

Location

All of our sessions and meetings will take place in the Department for the Study of Religion in the Jackman Humanities Institute, Room 318, at the University of Toronto (170 St. George Street, Toronto, Ontario, M5R 2M8).

There is limited parking in the immediate vicinity. Conference attendees are encouraged to use public transportation. The St. George Station is located directly across the street at the corner of St. George and Bloor Streets.

For more information, please contact:

Frances Garrett, HCBS Director frances.garrett@utoronto.ca

Sarah Richardson, HCBS Director of Partnerships and Engagement sarah.richardson@utoronto.ca

Betsy Moss, HCBS Events and Administrative Coordinator and Podcast Creative Director buddhiststudies@utoronto.ca / betsy.moss@utoronto.ca