Conference Organizers
Dr. Jamie Hubbard, Yehan Numata Professor of Buddhist Studies, Smith College

Dr. Rick Taupier, Associate Director for International Research, University of Massachusetts at Amherst

Buddhism in Mongnolia

SMITH COLLEGE | MARCH 27–29, 2009

WELCOME

Smith College, the Five College Buddhist Studies faculty, and the Manjushri Institute of Buddhist Studies will host a symposium March 27–29, 2009 on Buddhism in Mongolia: Rebirth and Transformation. All events are free and open to the public; however, seating is limited and registration is required.

Thangka

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tonka part 1
tonka part 2
tonka part 3
tonka part 4

The Mongolian Maitreya Festival, from Private Collection, painted in Nepal, 2006.

Co-Sponsors

Smith College Kent Fund, Smith College Lecture Fund, Bukkyõ Dendo Kyokai, Emory University Institute for Critical International Studies

Contributors

David Wallace Douglas, Smith College East Asian Studies Program, Smith College Multicultural Fund, Manjushri Institute of Buddhist Studies, Amherst College, Hampshire College, University of Massachusetts, Mt. Holyoke College, Smith College Helen Hills Hills Chapel, Five Colleges, Inc.