The Ho Center for Buddhist Studies 2022 Lekha newsletter is published!

The Ho Center for Buddhist Studies 2022 Lekha newsletter is now available on our website.

IN THIS ISSUE

3     CO-DIRECTOR’S MESSAGE

4     T. T. & W. F. CHAO BUDDHIST ART & FILM SERIES

  • The Mountain Path – Film Screening and Discussion with Director Edward A. Burger

  • Wandering... But Not Lost – Film Screening and Discussion with Director Paul MacGowan

6     T. T. & W. F. CHAO CONFERENCES AND WORKSHOPS

          Buddhist Bilingualism: Pāli-Vernacular Sermons, Exegesis, and Literature
          in Early Modern Thailand
. Organized and moderated by Trent Walker.
          Speakers: Assanee Poolrak, Jiaranai Vithidkul, and Tossaphon Sripum

8   T. T. & W. F. CHAO DISTINGUISHED BUDDHIST PRACTITIONER LECTURES

          Conversation between Reverend Zenju Earthlyn Manuel and Michaela Mross

9   HWEI TAI SEMINAR IN BUDDHIST STUDIES

          Speaker: Janet Gyatso

10   THE EVANS-WENTZ LECTURESHIP

          Speaker: Charles Hallisey

11   JAPANESE BUDDHISM LECTURE

          Speaker: Paula K. R. Arai

12   12TH GARFIELD FORUM: "BUDDHISM AND VIOLENCE"

          Speakers: Daniel Arnold, John Clifford Holt, and Alicia Turner

14   WE ARE STANFORD: A FESTIVAL OF REFLECTION AND RENEWAL

  • Looking Back, Looking Forward: Chants, Prayers, and Meditation

  • Heart Sutra in Augmented Reality

17   TIBETAN STUDIES

          Reading Workshop: Visionary Encounters with Luminous and Empty
          Forms in Indian and Tibetan Buddhist Tantric Traditions

18   SPECIAL CAMPUS EVENT

          Buddhist Nun Jeong Kwan Seunim Teaches Korean Temple Cuisine at the Farm

19   POSTDOCTORAL FELLOW REFLECTION

          Trent Walker

20   STUDENT REFLECTIONS

          Ralph H. Craig III and Oriane Lavolé

22   CAMPUS AND ALUMNI NEWS