April 16, 2018
3:00 pm - 6:30 pm
Jackman Humanities Building, Rm 318
170 St. George St
Monday, April 16th, 3-6:30 pm
Room 318, 170 St George St
Please join us for research presentations by graduate and undergraduate students on the Kālacakratantra, followed by a celebratory dinner!
Kikee Bhutia: An Analysis of Kālacakratantra: The supernatural paradigm in vernacular practice among Tibetan Buddhists
Amber Moore: Contributions of a Nepalese Paṇḍit: The Role of Samantaśrī in the Transmission of the Kālacakratantra to Tibet
Khenpo Kunga Sherab: Subtle Bodies in the Kālacakratantra and in Tibetan Medicine
Tamara Cohen: What about Mt Meru?
Justin Gillis: Honey in the Kālacakratantra
Tenzin Tsundue: Exploring the Magico-religious and Empirico-rational therapeutics from the Kālacakratantra
Annie Heckman: Lineage in the Life Story: The Kālacakratantra system in Lochen Gyurmé Dechen’s Life of Tangtong Gyalo
Damien Boltauzer: High above the mountains: accounts of flight to the pure land of Shambhala in narratives and dreams