Online Workshop: "New Directions in Zen Studies"
Online Workshop: “New Directions in Zen Studies”
Dates: January 29, 9:30 am–12:30 pm and January 30, 9:30 am–1 pm (Pacific Time).
Registration Deadline: January 22
A Zoom link will be sent to registered participants a few days before the workshop.
Friday, January 29
Steven Heine (FIU): “When Mountains Can No Longer Be Seen”: A Critical History of Interpretations of an Ambiguous Shōbōgenzō Sentence
Marta Sanvido (UC Berkeley): Deconstructing Heresy: Premodern Secret Knowledge and the Making of Modern Zen
Michaela Mross (Stanford): The Invention of Lay Buddhist Choirs in Modern Sōtō Zen.
Saturday, January 30
Pamela Winfield (Elon): Zen Bodies of Knowledge
Richard Jaffe (Duke): Zen and D. T. Suzuki’s Columbia University Lectures, 1952–1953
William Bodiford (UCLA): The Resurrection of Dōgen
For more information, please contact Michaela Mross at firstname.lastname@example.org.