Buddhist Studies


Twitter account for the Ho Center for Buddhist Studies at Stanford (HCBSS). Follow us to learn about upcoming events and programs.

Stanford University
Joined September 2012


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    Aug 22

    We are definitely off to a great start. Stay tuned for so much more!

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    Aug 22
  3. Aug 16
  4. Jul 5

    Stay tuned for Fall 2017 Events!

  5. Retweeted
    Jun 1

    Dr. James Benn delivered “Buddhism and the Invention of Tea Culture in Tang Dynasty China,” at Austrian Academy of Sciences, May 18.

  6. May 18

    Alex Kaloyanides is giving a talk at – at Stanford University

  7. May 18

    ⚡️ “Come to Talk by Alexandra Kaloyanides tonight at 6pm”

  8. May 16

    Talk by Alexandra Kaloyanides "Objects of Conversion, Relics of Resistance" MAY 18 @ 6:00PM BUILDING 70-72A1, MAIN QUAD

  9. May 4

    "Some examples of the lost books of China" Imre Galambos mentioned – at Stanford Humanities Center

  10. May 4

    Imre Galambos's talk: "The lost books of China: A view from Khara-khoto"

  11. May 4

    Tonight: MAY 4, 2017 Imre Galambos: "The lost books of China: A view from Khara-khoto" 6:00PM - 7:30PM HUMANITIES CENTER OPEN TO PUBLIC

  12. Apr 22

    Hwei-Tai workshop led by Wendi Adamek: “Tathāgatagarbha-Related Materials in North China, 6th-7th Centuries” began this weekend – at Stanford University

  13. Mar 16

    Jens-Uwe Hartmann: "Monks and Merchants: How to spread Buddhism" lecture images

  14. Mar 16

    Jens-Uwe Hartmann, Shinnyo-en Visiting Professor started tonight's talk

  15. Mar 16

    Jens-Uwe Hartmann (center) greets Shinnyo-en guests

  16. Mar 14

    Thursday, March 16 @ 6pm Jens-Use Hartmann "Monks and Merchants: How to spread Buddhism"

  17. Mar 9

    Max Moerman's talk is attended by graduate students

  18. Mar 9

    Max Moerman: "Faith in Paper: Printed Talismans and Inscribed Oaths in Premodern Japanese Religion"

  19. Mar 4

    Lothar Ledderose introduced by John Kieschnick opens seminar entitled "The Remarkable Diamond Sutra of Mount Tai and its Carved Colophons"

  20. Mar 2

    Q&A: Discussing reasons why Buddha was carved in horizontal position.

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