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Tuesday, December 1, 2015

International Conference on Buddhist Manuscript Cultures

Time:
January 15-17, 2016

Organizer:
The Buddhist Studies Workshop, Princeton University





Participants:

AKAO Eikei (Kyoto National Museum), Two Outstanding Tang Manuscripts in the Kyoto National Museum’s Moriya Collection

Stefan Baums (Institute for Indian and Tibetan Studies, Ludwig Maximilian University of Munich), Inventing the Pothi: Manuscript Formats and the Economy of Knowledge in Ancient India

Paul Copp (University of Chicago), Respondent

Brandon Dotson (Institute for Indian and Tibetan Studies, Ludwig Maximilian University of Munich), Sutra Copying in Dunhuang under Tibetan Rule and the Meeting of Chinese and Tibetan Editorial and Cultural Assumptions

FUNAYAMA Toru (Kyoto University), Coping with Too Many Variants: A New Type of Edition of the “Scripture of Brahma's Net”

Imre Galambos (University of Cambridge), Links and Connections in Manuscripts Copied by Students

Matthew Kapstein (École pratique des Hautes Études), Respondent

KUO Liying (École française d’Extrême-Orient), The Early Sixth Century Dunhuang Manuscripts of a Fifth Century Dhāraṇī sūtra

Christian Lammerts (Rutgers University), Colophons and Post-Colophons in Buddhist Legal Manuscripts from Burma

Lother Ledderose (Heidelberg University), Keynote Lecture, Paper or Rock? Lessons from Mount Tai

Bryan D. Lowe (Vanderbilt University), Respondent

Justin McDaniel (University of Pennsylvania), Conference Discussant

OCHIAI Toshinori (International College for Advanced Buddhist Studies), A Manuscript Fragment of Woncheok’s Yogacara Commentary

Brian Ruppert (University of Illinois, Champaign-Urbana), Great Notes (Maka shō), Assemblage Practices for Esoteric-ritual Shōgyō Manuscripts, and the Production of Lineage History in Early Medieval Japan

Stephen F. Teiser (Princeton University), Organizer

Abdurishid Yakup (Berlin Brandenburg Academy of Sciences and Humanities), On the Classification and Dating of Old Uyghur Block Prints of Buddhist Content

YU Xin (Fudan University), Sacred Space, Manuscripts, and Liturgies for Installing Parasols from Dunhuang

※ Please see the abstracts here:
http://csr.princeton.edu/buddhistmanuscriptcultures2016/wp-content/uploads/2014/08/Buddhist-Manuscript-Cultures-2016-Abstracts.pdf

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