February 21, 2020
Munk School of Global Affairs, N208
1 Devonshire Place (at Trinity College)
Please join us for this Public Lecture by Dr. Natasha Heller, Associate Professor, Chinese Religions at the Department of Religious Studies (University of Virginia)
#CiteWomen in the Buddhist Studies Classroom: How Publishing Practices Shape our Teaching
Research and teaching are intertwined in our scholarly lives: through research we produce the materials we teach with, and through teaching we cultivate the next generation of researchers. What role does gender diversity play in this process? This talk will examine anthologies, textbooks, and syllabuses to consider where and how women appear in the Buddhist Studies classroom, why this matters, and what interventions could make the study of Buddhism more inclusive.
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