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Jason Protass: New Perspectives on Old Buddhist Poetry

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    This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it. shares his research on Daoqian (道潛), a Buddhist monk lived in Song Dynasty, who is a close friend of Shu-shi (蘇軾). There was a large amount of Daoqian's poetry survived and gave Jason an opportunity to look at the poetry used in social situation, in different kinds of poetry games, and other things monks would participate in that period of time. Jason also shares his observation of the research environment and resources in Academia Sinica in Taiwan with the support of Fulbright Scholarship.
 
    Jason Protass is a Ph.D. candidate at Stanford University’s Department of Religious Studies and affiliated with the Ho Center for Buddhist Studies at Stanford. Previously a visiting researcher at Ryukoku University in Kyoto, Japan. Jason has been working on his dissertation this year at Academia Sinica’s Institute of Chinese Literature and Philosophy.
 
古老佛教禪師的新觀點:傅爾布萊特系列講座
 

    這場講座將介紹研究佛教和詩詞的基本問題和研究方法。蒲傑聖將從今年在台灣所進行的研究中舉例說明,並提出未來研究方向的計劃。


    蒲傑聖為史丹佛大學宗教學研究所的博士候選人,並與史丹佛大學何鴻毅家族基金佛學研究中心合作進行研究。早前他曾前往日本京都的龍谷大學擔任訪問學人。本年度他獲得傅爾布萊特獎學金,於中央研究院中國文哲研究所致力於他的論文研究。

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