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In addition to coursework, students are encouraged to attend the free extracurricular events hosted by the Department of Religion. These include graduate student presentations, faculty colloquia, and a variety of workshops put on by faculty and senior graduate students. Workshops focus on the skills students need to build their academic careers, such as applying for grants and other funding, writing personal statements for Ph.D. applications, and travelling abroad to develop foreign language skills. Unless specified otherwise, all events will be held in the department library (Sakamaki A302).

The schedule below displays all extracurricular events for the Fall 2013 semester.



Fall 2013 Events
September 27 at 1 p.m. Lecture by Professor John Nelson from the University of San Francisco. Experimental Buddhism in Contemporary Japan

October 12 (Saturday) at the Buddhist Study Center 1436 University Avenue, 8:30 a.m–1 p.m.

Lecture by Professor Mark Blum from the University of California, Berkeley. Think Buddha – Say Buddha Shinran & The Nirvana Sutra (Futaba Memorial Lectures cosponsored by the Department of Religion)
October 25    
November 1 at 1 p.m. Presentation by Jolyon B. Thomas, Ph.D. Candidate at Princeton University and Visiting Research Collaborator in the Department of Religion at UH Mānoa. Free Inquiry and Japanese Buddhist Studies: The Case of Katō Totsudō



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