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Session 1:

“Power of Compassion: Paths of Transmission of Avalokiteśvara,” a digital project

– Dorothy C. Wong, University of Virginia (current NHC fellow)

Death of Images: Burial Practice, Relic Deposits, and Image Caches in Medieval China

– Wei-Cheng Lin, University of North Carolina, Chapel Hill

Buddhist Brahmins: Ritual and the Subject in Esoteric Buddhism

– Charles Orzech, University of North Carolina, Greensboro (former fellow)

Guanyin’s Ghostly Guises

– Hun Lye, Davidson College

Session 2:

Art and Apotheosis: The Early Modern Afterlife of Tokugawa Ieyasu (1643-1616)

– Morgan Pitelka, University of North Carolina, Chapel Hill (current NHC fellow)

Gender Bending and Gender Affirmation: A Performance of the Anan Kōshiki at a Contemporary Sōtō Zen Convent

– Barbara R. Ambros, University of North Carolina, Chapel Hill

The Realm of Obscurity: Lay Monk Villages near Korea’s Northernmost Border from 1440 to 1950

– Hwansoo I. Kim, Duke University

DATE: April 20, 2012
LOCATION: Main Conference Room, National Humanities Center, 7 Alexander Dr., RTP
TIME: 1:30-5:00pm

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