CSJR Seminars & Postgraduate ForaSeminars, lectures and public talks, hosted by the SOAS Centre for the Study of Japanese Religions
- Ascetic Practices in Japanese Religion
- Intersections of Religion and Media in 1980s-1990s Japan
Erica Baffelli (University of Manchester)
- Tiantai Zhiyi's Notion of Sakyamuni Buddha: Understanding the Buddha as a Father
Tamura Kanji (Risshô University/Harvard University)
- Intersectarian Relations in Medieval Japan: New Findings in the Study of Buddhist Sources
MINOWA, Kenryo (Tôdai), Emanuele Davide Giglio (Tôdai), OKADA Fumihiro (Tôdai), Tastuma Padoan (University of Venice)
- Interactions Between Rivals: The Christian Mission and Buddhist Sects in Japan (c.1549-c.1647)
Silvio Vita (Kyoto University of Foreign Studies - ISEAS),Frédéric Girard (EFEO), Claudio Caniglia (SOAS), Alexandra Curvelo (CHAM - FCSH/Universidade Nova de Lisboa), Angelo Cattaneo (CHAM - FCSH), Daniele Frison (CHAM - FCSH)
- Japanese Buddhism: The Development of an Idea in the Context of Empire (1880s-1940s)
Orion Klautau (Heidelberg University)
- The Rhythm of Religious Change: Daily Prayer and Sense of Belonging among Nepalese Followers of a Japanese New Religion
Marilena Frisone (University of Cambridge)
- “The Life of the Buddha”: A Narrative Genre and the Image of India in Japan and East Asia
Abe Ryūichi, Lucia Dolce, Komine Kazuaki, Kim Young-soon, Suzuki Akira, Watanabe Masako.
This event is free and no registration is required.
- Guardians of the Eastern Pacific Borders: A Re-examination of the Ritual of the Southern Izu islands
Jane Alaszewski (SOAS, University of London)
- Just Buddhist? Monasticism and issues of hierarchy, freedom, and fairness in Buddhist Asia
Vincent Breugem, Berthe Jansen, Sung-Eun Kim, Chengzhong Pu, Jonathan Silk, Vincent Tournier.