How Mahayana Literature Began

Monday Jan 12th:

Dr Soraj, Center for Ethics of Science and Technology, Chulalongkorn Univresity announces as follows:


Public Talk by Prof. Jan Nattier, Soka University, Japan

Topic: Authority and Authenticity: How Mahayana Literature Began

Date and Time: Monday, January 12, 2009, Room 706, Boromratchakumari Bldg., Faculty of Arts, Chulalongkorn University, 1 – 3 pm

Free of charge, no reservation required. Room is situated in the Chulalongkorn campus, 15 minutes walk from Siam Square BTS Station. along Henri Dunant Road.

Some information about Mrs Jan Nattier:

Professor, International Research Institute for Advanced Buddhology, Soka University (beginning in January 2006)
Most recent major publication:
A Guide to the Earliest Chinese
Buddhist Translations: Texts from the Eastern Han 東漢 and Three Kingdoms
三國 Periods (Hachioji, Tokyo, Japan: International Research Institute
for Advanced Buddhology, Soka University, 2008).

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3 Responses to How Mahayana Literature Began

  1. Marcus says:


    Wow, that looks great. Thank you. One not to miss.

    I definitely plan on going. Thank you for letting us know!


  2. Marcus says:

    What a fascinating talk! Thank you so much LittleBang for letting us know about it, it really was an excellent afternoon.

  3. Cittasamvaro says:

    Yes, the talk was very good actually. Next time I will have maps to the location. Dr Soraj does invite some very good speakers fairly regularly.

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