Upcoming Events

Buddhist Pilgrimage in the Late Qing - Itinerary Networks in "Knowing the Paths of Pilgrimage" (c.1827) and "Records of Travels to Famous mountains" (c.1918)

Marcus Bingenheimer (Temple University)


In the early 19th century Ruhai Xiancheng 如海顯承 (fl. 1800-1826) wrote a route book describing itineraries to China's most popular pilgrimage sites for the use of his fellow monks: "Knowing the Paths of Pilgrimage"  (Canxue zhijin 參學知津). The book is a rare source for the travel routes of Buddhists in late imperial times as it describes, station by station, 56 pilgrimage itineraries all over China, many converging on famous mountains, temples, or urban centers.

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12:00 pm - 1:30 pm
844 Williams Hall

Symposium on Gender, Embodiment, and Asian Religions


Angela Zito (New York University), author of Of Body and Brush: Grand Sacrifice as Text/Performance in 18th Century China; DV-Made China: Digital Subjects and Social Transformations after Independent Film.

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9:00 am - 5:30 pm