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Guest Lectures

  • 23.05.2018 Kapstein, Matthew (Paris/Chicago): Revisiting an Imperial Interstice: A Reading of Anxi Yulin Cave 25, Bochum, at the start-up conference of the ERC project BuddhistRoad Establishing of Buddhist Nodes in Eastern Central Asia 6th to 14th c.—Part I: Sacred Space, Pilgrimage, Patronage, Legitimation Strategies, organised by Carmen Meinert and Henrik H. Sørensen, Ruhr University Bochum, 23-25 May 2018
     
  • 24.04.2018 Wilkens, Jens (Göttingen): Sacred Space in Uyghur Buddhism, at the start-up conference of the ERC project BuddhistRoad Establishing of Buddhist Nodes in Eastern Central Asia 6th to 14th c.—Part I: Sacred Space, Pilgrimage, Patronage, Legitimation Strategies, organised by Carmen Meinert and Henrik H. Sørensen, Ruhr University Bochum, 23-25 May 2018
     
  • 24.05.2018 Raschmann, Simone-Christiane (Berlin): Old Uyghur Pilgrims: A Glimpse Behind their Records, at the start-up conference of the ERC project BuddhistRoad Establishing of Buddhist Nodes in Eastern Central Asia 6th to 14th c.—Part I: Sacred Space, Pilgrimage, Patronage, Legitimation Strategies, organised by Carmen Meinert and Henrik H. Sørensen, Ruhr University Bochum, 23-25 May 2018
     
  • 24.05.2018 Widorn, Verena (Vienna): From Rin chen bzang po tor God tshang pa—Rethinking Religious Patronage in the Indian Himalayas between the 10th and 13th Centuries, at the start-up conference of the ERC project BuddhistRoad Establishing of Buddhist Nodes in Eastern Central Asia 6th to 14th c.—Part I: Sacred Space, Pilgrimage, Patronage, Legitimation Strategies, organised by Carmen Meinert and Henrik H. Sørensen, Ruhr University Bochum, 23-25 May 2018
     
  • 24.05.2018 McCoy, Michelle (Berlin): Xuanzang and the Three-Eyed Fish: Yulin Cave 3 Reconsidered, at the start-up conference of the ERC project BuddhistRoad Establishing of Buddhist Nodes in Eastern Central Asia 6th to 14th c.—Part I: Sacred Space, Pilgrimage, Patronage, Legitimation Strategies, organised by Carmen Meinert and Henrik H. Sørensen, Ruhr University Bochum, 23-25 May 2018
     
  • 25.05.2018 Vermeersch, Sem (Seoul): Who is Legitimating Whom? On Justifying Buddhism’s Place in the Body Politic, at the start-up conference of the ERC project BuddhistRoad Establishing of Buddhist Nodes in Eastern Central Asia 6th to 14th c.—Part I: Sacred Space, Pilgrimage, Patronage, Legitimation Strategies, organised by Carmen Meinert and Henrik H. Sørensen, Ruhr University Bochum, 23-25 May 2018
     
  • 25.05.2018 Shen, Weirong (Beijing): The Patron-Preceptor Relationship (yon mchod) in the 12th and 13th Centuries: Tibetan History Reinterpreted, at the start-up conference of the ERC project BuddhistRoad Establishing of Buddhist Nodes in Eastern Central Asia 6th to 14th c.—Part I: Sacred Space, Pilgrimage, Patronage, Legitimation Strategies, organised by Carmen Meinert and Henrik H. Sørensen, Ruhr University Bochum, 23-25 May 2018
     
  • 26.06.2018 Yoshida, Yukata (Kyoto): Some Problems Surrounding Sogdian Tantric Texts, invited lecture at the BuddhistRoad project, CERES, Ruhr University Bochum
     
  • 10.09.2018 Hou, Haoran (Leipzig): A Glimpse into the Fire Offerings in the Tangut State: Homa Ritual in Text, Image, and Practice, invited lecture at the BuddhistRoad project, CERES, Ruhr University Bochum