The Florida Buddhist Studies Roundtable serves as a forum for scholarly exchange and discussion of a broad range of themes and topics related to the academic study of Buddhism. Via informal presentations, it enables participating faculty to share information about their current research and publications; it also serves as an opportunity for graduate students and other interested parties to learn about recent developments and key trends in Buddhist studies.
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Prof. Bryan Cuevas (Florida State University, Tibetan Buddhism)
Prof. Mario D’Amato (Rollins College, Buddhist Philosophy)
Prof. Steven Heine (Florida International University, Japanese Buddhism)
Prof. Michael Jerryson (Eckerd College, Thai Buddhism)
Prof. Dilipkumar Mohanta (University of Calcutta, Indian Buddhist Philosophy)
Prof. Mario Poceski (University of Florida, Chinese Buddhism)
Prof. Jimmy Yu (Florida State University, Chinese Buddhism)
1:15-1:30 pm Opening remarks and introductions
1:30-3:15 Session I: presentations by Cuevas, D’Amato, and Mohanta
3:15-3:45 Coffee break (coffee and cookies available in 117 Anderson)
3:45-6:00 Session II: presentations by Jerryson, Heine, Poceski, and Yu
6:00-6:15 Business meeting
For more information, contact Mario Poceski at firstname.lastname@example.org.
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