Today's lecture by Pyi Phyo Kyaw of King's College is the fifth in a series, The Jun Zhou Lectures in Theravada Buddhism.

The Divinity School is pleased to offer a series of six lectures on various topics in Theravada Buddhism during the 2019-2020 academic year.

Schedule:
Tuesday, October 22
Justin McDaniel, Professor of Religious Studies, The University of Pennsylvania

Monday, November 4
Alicia Turner, York College

Monday, January 14,
Thomas Borchert, University of Vermont

The Divinity School is pleased to offer a series of six lectures on various topics in Theravada Buddhism during the 2019-2020 academic year. Kate Crosby, Professor of Buddhist Studies in the department of Theology and Religious Studies at King’s College, London, will deliver today's Jun Zhou Lecture in Theravada Buddhism:

"Esoteric Theravada Meditation: Corruption or Abhidhamma?"

Linn Tonstad of Yale University Divinity School will give a public lecture as part of our Diversity and Inclusion speaker series, which focuses on issues of race and gender in the study of religion.

Today's lecture by Thomas Borchert of The University of Vermont is the third in a series, The Jun Zhou Lectures in Theravada Buddhism.

The Divinity School is pleased to offer a series of six lectures on various topics in Theravada Buddhism during the 2019-2020 academic year.

This series of six lectures on Theravada Buddhism is supported through a generous gift by Mr. Jun Zhou.

Schedule:

Tuesday, October 22
Justin McDaniel, Professor of Religious Studies, The University of Pennsylvania

Monday, November 4
Alicia Turner, York College

The Theology and Religious Ethics Workshops present Vincent Lloyd, Associate Professor, Villanova University.

Prof. Lloyd works on philosophy of religion, religion and politics, and race. He was previously a faculty member at Syracuse University and Georgia State University.

Vincent Lloyd of Villanova University will present at a Brown Bag Lunch as part of our Diversity and Inclusion speaker series, which focuses on issues of race and gender in the study of religion. More info TBA.<br /><br /><strong>Date:</strong> December 5, 2019<br /><strong>Time:</strong> 12:30 PM - 2:00 PM<br />

A unique opportunity for conversation, reflection, and fellowship around the things that enliven us, weigh on our hearts and minds, and give our work here meaning.

Jewish Difference Under Empire:Identity and Alterity across the Maghreb, France, and Israel/Palestine

The Marty Center Series on Religions in the Americas lecture series will bring leading scholars in the field to focus on critical topics and key debates, using a variety of methodological approaches.

Tuesday, November 19
Emma Anderson, University of Ottawa: &quot;The First Philosophes: The Unrecognized Impact of Native American Thought upon Europe&quot;

A unique opportunity for conversation, reflection, and fellowship around the things that enliven us, weigh on our hearts and minds, and give our work here meaning.