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【October 19, 2018】 International Symposium “Adversity to Acceptance: From Hokubei Bukkyo Dan to the “Buddhist Churches of America””

Date
October 19, 2018, 15:00-17:00
Place
Seminar Room 1, Shofukan Building, Omiya Campus, Ryukoku University, Kyoto
Presenter
(Timetable)

Adversity to Acceptance: From Hokubei Bukkyo Dan to the “Buddhist Churches of America”

 

Dr. Tetsuden Kashima (Professor Emeritus, University of Washington)

 

Program

15:00-16:10 Lecture

16:15-17:00 Discussion

 

Facillitator

Mitsuya Dake (Professor, Ryukoku University)

 

Place

Seminar Room 1, Shofukan Building, Omiya Campus, Ryukoku University, Kyoto

 

Free of charge.

 

Sponsors
Research Center for World Buddhist Cultures, Ryukoku University (Applied Research Division and International Research Division)
Institute of Buddhist Studies, Center for Contemporary Shin Busddhist Studies
Poster
Adversity to Acceptance: From Hokubei Bukkyo Dan to the “Buddhist Churches of America”

【October 6, 2018】 Internatioal Symposium “The Plan and Living Space of Kōzui Ōtani”

Date
October 6, 2018, 9:30-18:00
Place
Room 101, First Floor East Hall, Omiya Campus Ryukoku University, Kyoto
Presenter
(Timetable)

 

 

Opening Remarks

9:30-9:35  Eiji Hisamatsu (Director, Research Center for World Buddhist Cultures, Ryukoku University)

 

Keynote Lecture

9:35-10:15  Takashi Irisawa (President, Ryukoku University)

 

Section 1

10:30-11:00 Shigeru Sugasawa (Kogakuin University)

 

11:00-11:30 Hidetoshi Wada (Ryukoku Museum)

 

11:30-12:00 Yoshifumi Ichikawa (Ryikoku University)

 

Section 2

13:00-13:30 Mikio Shibata (Niigata University)

 

13:30-14:00 Toki Katō (Beppu Ōtani Memorial Hall)

 

14:00-14:30 Zu’en Chen (Donghua University)

 

Section 3

14:50-15:20 Chaohuang Huang (National University of Kaohsiung)

 

15:20-15:50 Imre Galambos (Cambridge University)

 

15:50-16:20 Erdal Kucukyalcin (Bosphorus University)

 

16:20-16:50 Seijyō Kikuzuki (Beppu Ōtani Memorial Hall)

 

Comment

17:00-1730

 

Questions and Answers

17:30-18:00

 

Closing Remarks

Junshō Kusunoki (Director, Research Center for Buddhist Cultures in Asia, Ryukoku University)

 

 

Facillitator

Mazumi Mitani (Ryukoku University)

Interpreter

Takahiko Kameyama (Research Center for World Buddhist Cultures, Ryukoku University), Manning Li (Research Center for World Buddhist Cultures, Ryukoku University), and Wei Yi (Research Center  Buddhist Cultures in Asia, Ryukoku University)

 

Free of charge

 

Inquiries

barc@ad.ryukoku.ac.jp

 

Sponsors
Research Center for World Buddhist Cultures and Research Center for Buddhist Cultures in Asia, Ryukoku University
Poster
Internatioal Symposium “The Plan and Living Space of Kōzui Ōtani”

“New Perspective on the Medieval Zen Buddhism: The Fields Opened by the Chūsei zenseki sōkan” (CHT, Nagoya University Graduate School of Letters)

Date
July 7, 2018, 10:00-17:50
Place
Conference Hall, Integrated Research Building for Humanities and Social Sciences 7th Floor, Higashiyama Campus, Nagoya University
Presenter
(Timetable)

The Research Center for Cultural Heritage and Texts (CHT) at Nagoya University Graduate School of Letters , with which the Research Center for World Buddhist Cultures at Ryukoku University established a comprehensive agreement in January 2018, will hold the following symposium whose main subject is the medieval Zen Buddhism.

 

 

CHT at Nagoya University Graduate School of Letters, Symposium

“New Perspective on the Medieval Zen Buddhism: The Fields Opened by the Chūsei zenseki sōkan

 

Schedule

10:00-10:10     Opening Remarks, SUEKI Fumihiko

10:10-11:25      First Panel “Nōnin, Eisai, and Their Circumstances”

Panelists: FURUSE Tamami, WADA Ukiko

  YONEDA Mariko

11:35-12:50       Second Panel

“Chikotsu daie and the Development of the Shōichi-ha Sect”

Panelists: KATŌ Michiko, KAMEYAMA Takahiko,

  KIKUCHI Hiroki

13:30-15:10      Third Panel

“Acceptance of the Chinese Buddhism and the Japanese Zen Buddhism”

Panelists: TAKAYANAGI Satsuki, YANAGI Mikiyasu,

  TAKAHASHI Shūei, ISHII Shūdō

15:20-17:00      Fourth Panel

“Expansion of the Medieval Buddhism”

Panelists: TOKIWAI Yasuhiro, HARADA Masatoshi,

  MIYOSHI Toshinori, ITŌ Satoshi

17:00-17:15       Comment, ABE Yasurō

17:15-17:50       General Discussion

Sponsors
The Research Center for Cultural Heritage and Texts, Nagoya University Graduate School of Letters
Poster
Poster "New Perspective on the Medieval Zen Buddhism"

【May 13 2018】 International Symposium 2018 “Japanese Buddhism and Debate (Rongi)”

Date
May 13 2018, 10 : 30-16 : 45
Place
Room 302, Third Floor East Hall, Omiya Campus Ryukoku University, Kyoto
Presenter
(Timetable)

May 13 2018

Jean-Noël Robert (Professor, Collège de France)

 

 

 

The Research Center for World Buddhist Cultures at Ryukoku University is pleased to announce the International Symposium “Japanese Buddhism and Debate (Rongi).” The symposium, whose main subject is “debate” (rongi) in Japanese Buddhist tradition,  consists of one keynote lecture and three lectures and panel discussion by five eminent scholars of Japanese Buddhism and religion.

 

 

Keynote Lecture

10:45-11:45 “Debate as the Archetype of Religious Thought” Jean-Noël Robert (Professor, Collège de France)

 

 

Lectures

13:00-13:40 “Hossō Debate (Rongi) and the Buddhist Path: The Development of the Interpretation of Buddha Nature and Reconciliation of the Idea of Icchantika (Issendai)” Junshō Kusunoki (Professor, Faculty of Letters, Ryukoku University)

 

13:45-14:25  “Debates (Rongi) on the Subject of Monastic Discipline (Kairitsu) in the Hosshōji mihakkō mondō ki” Kenryō Minowa (Professor, Division of Humanities and Sociology, Graduate School, University of Tokyo)

 

14:30-15:10 “The History of Debate (Rongi) and the Shingon Buddhist Tradition” Seiichi Tomabechi (Former Professor, Taisho University)

 

 

15:40-16:40 Panel Discussion

Coordinator: Yasurō Abe (Professor, Nagoya University), Discussant: Jean-Noël RobertJunshō KusunokiKenryō Minowa, and Seiichi Tomabechi

 

 

Facilitator: Sei Noro (Associate professor, Faculty of Letters, Ryukoku University)

 

 

*Both lectures and panel discussion are held in Japanese.

 

 

Place

Room 302, Third Floor East Hall, Omiya Campus Ryukoku University, Kyoto (125-1 Daiku-cho, Shichijo-dori, Omiya Higashi-iru,Shimogyo-ku, Kyoto 600-8268)

 

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Location and Access

 

 

 

Sponsors
Research Center for World Buddhist Cultures and Research Center for Buddhist Cultures in Asia, Ryukoku University / Research Center for Cultural Heritage and Texts, Nagoya University
Poster
Poster "Japanese Buddhism and Debate (Rongi)"

Free of charge *Reservation is needed (Capable of Seating 100)

 

 

Reservation

Please make a reservation by “web reservation form” or phone.

 

Web Reservation Form

Phone Number: 075-343-3812 (Hours: 10:00-17:00 Mon-Fri, Closed: Sat, Sun, and Holidays)