Mt. Fuji
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Mt. Fuji, Lake Kawaguchiko, Japan. Photo credit: Irene Lin

 

Students

PhD Student in Religious Studies, admitted Autumn 2019
Fields of interest
The history of Buddhist drama, especially along the Silk Roads, The poetics of divine encounter across Mahāyāna literature and ritual
PhD Student in Religious Studies, admitted Autumn 2018
Fields of interest
Anthropology of Buddhism, Buddhism in Taiwan and China
PhD Student in Religious Studies, admitted Autumn 2021
Fields of interest
Buddhist material religion and visual culture, power objects, ritual from an art-historical perspective
PhD Student in Religious Studies, admitted Autumn 2018
Fields of interest
embodiment, ritual performance, Great Perfection (Dzogchen), theories of time, space, and materiality, de-centering the human, ethics
PhD Student in Religious Studies, admitted Autumn 2020
Fields of interest
Tibetan Buddhism, Revelatory traditions (in particular the Tibetan "terma" or Treasure tradition), Tibetan indigenous relationships to land, Ritual practices, Tibetan Buddhist cosmology, Environmental humanities
PhD Student in Religious Studies, admitted Autumn 2013
Fields of interest
South and Central Asian Buddhist literary cultures, Gandhāran Buddhism, Early Chinese Buddhist translations, Manuscript studies
PhD Student in Religious Studies, admitted Autumn 2018
Fields of interest
Buddhist Studies, Chinese religion
PhD Student in Religious Studies, admitted Autumn 2023
Fields of interest
Social and cultural history of Chinese Buddhism in the Middle Period (7th to 13th centuries)