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Faculty of Asian and Middle Eastern Studies


Book Culture in Buddhism and Beyond, 2023-24

This new lecture series, launching in Michaelmas Term 2023, features talks on writing and publishing in the Buddhist tradition and in related religious and cultural spheres. Lectures in this series offer insights into the various ways in which writing and printing has been shaping Buddhism, as well as the multifaceted impact of Buddhism on book culture in East Asia, past, present, and future.

Except as noted below, all talks take place at the Faculty of Asian and Middle Eastern Studies, University of Cambridge. Registration is not required. The lectures are free and open to scholars, students, and the public.

Please note: all events take place in person. Exact times and location will be circulated via email and posted here as announced.

This lecture series is organised by Dr Noga Ganany with the generous support of the Glorisun Global Network.

Michaelmas Term, 2023

Lent Term, 2024

Easter Term, 2024

For further information contact:

Dr Noga Ganany
University Assistant Professor in the Study of Late Imperial China
Faculty of Asian and Middle Eastern Studies