Center for Buddhism & East Asian Religions

Center for Buddhism & East Asian Religions

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Center for Buddhism & East Asian Religions

Columbia University
welcome
Center for Buddhism & East Asian Religions

welcome/
About/
Events/
Upcoming
Past
People/
Faculty
Current Students
Graduates
Fellows
Academics/
Publications/
Bernard Faure
Chün-fang Yü
Michael Como
D. Max Moerman
Resources/
Links/
Support/
Contact/

The Center for Buddhism and East Asian Religion (CBEAR) exists as a unit of the Departments of Religion & East Asian Languages and Cultures, Columbia University, and serves to coordinate, support, and develop the university’s resources for Buddhism and East Asian Religion in three general areas: scholarly research, academic communication, and teaching.
Center for Buddhism and East Asian Religions
News & Events
Events & News
Friday 11/08/2018: Talk by Robert DeCaroli, “Snakes and Gutters”
3 years ago
Friday 10/26/2018: Talk by Michael Como, “Angry Spirits and Urban Soundscapes in Ancient Japan”
3 years ago
Monday 4/23/2018: Talk by Wendi Adamek, “Variations on a Theme of Inversion: Nirvāṇa as Permanence, Joy, Self, and Purity”
3 years ago
Friday 4/20/2018: Talk by Brian Ruppert, “Examining Scriptural Networks Through the Lens of Textual Practice and Transmission”
3 years ago

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