Centre of Buddhist Studies
Ms Emanuela Sala
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- Centre of Buddhist Studies Research Student Member
- Centre of Buddhist Studies
- BA (La Sapienza), MA (La Sapienza), MA (SOAS)
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- Thesis title
- Hermeneutical Strategies of Japanese Medieval Religions: The Yōtenki (working title)
- Internal Supervisors
- Professor Lucia Dolce
I have a BA and an MA in Japanese studies from La Sapienza university, in Rome, and a second MA in Buddhist Studies from SOAS.
I am the assistant for the Centre of Buddhist Studies at SOAS, and the PG representative for the UK association for Buddhist Studies (UKABS).
In 2018-2019 I did my fieldwork in Japan. I conducted archival research primarily at Eizan bunko, in Sakamoto. I was affiliated to Waseda university, where Prof. Ōkubo Ryōshun was my supervisor.
From January to may 2020 I have taught an introductory module on Japanese religions at Bristol University.
I am one of the recipients of the Robert H. N. Ho Family Foundation Dissertation Fellowships in Buddhist Studies 2020.