[INDOLOGY] Conference on Abhidharma at HUJI

Eviatar Shulman eviatar.shulman at mail.huji.ac.il
Sat May 27 10:24:00 UTC 2023

Dear friends and colleagues, and apologies for cross-posting,

I am most pleased to announce the following workshop that will be held at
the Hebrew University of Jerusalem in mid-June. For any further details,
please contact me at eviatar.shulman at mail.huji.ac.il. The workshop is made
possible through the generous support of the Glorisun Global Network in
Buddhist Studies.

Best wishes,

Eviatar Shulman

*Thick Dharma, Abhidharma*

A workshop at the Hebrew University of Jerusalem, June 12–14, 2023.

Monday, June 12, Room 5318 Humanities building

10:00 – 13:15, 14:45-18:00   Rupert Gethin, University of Bristol –

"Mapping the Buddha’s Mind: Some Points of Interest"

19:00    Dinner for participants

Tuesday, June 13, Mandel building 521

10:00 – 13:00    Janet Gytaso, University of Harvard –

“Guided Reading on the *Darśana- *and *Bhāvanā- mārga *in the
*Abhidharmakośa:* Different Timings of *kleśa”*

Rabin building 3001

14:30 – 16:00    Sonam Kachru, Yale University –

"A Theory of Mind, and Some Thoughts about Theories"

Rabin building 2001

16:25 – 17:20    Aleix Ruiz-Falqués, Shan State Buddhist University and

"How Nāgasena Shaped the Third Council: The Parallel Lives of Moggaliputta
and Nāgasena and their Implications in the Conceptualization of the
Abhidhamma as a Dogmatic Corpus"

17:20 – 18:15    Eviatar Shulman, The Hebrew University of Jerusalem –

"Is the *Aṅguttara-Nikāya *an Abhidharma Text?"

Wednesday, June 14, Rabin Building 2001

9:45 – 11:15     Mingyan Gao, Waseda University and the University of Hong
Kong –

"Mokṣabhāgīya in Abhidharma and Yogācāra"

11:45 – 13:30    Pyi Phyo Kyaw, Shan State Buddhist University and the
University of Oxford –

"Navigating in Ocean of Methods: the *Paṭṭhāna* in Burmese Buddhism"

15:00 – 16:00    Giuliano Giustarini, Mahidol University –

"Aggregates, Sense-Bases, and Elements in the *Vibhaṅga-mūlaṭīkā*"

16:00 – 17:00    Daniel Stuart, University of South Carolina –

"We Are All Ābhidharmikas: Troubling A Genre Distinction in Buddhist
Intellectual History"

17:20 – 18:00    Concluding discussion

June 15 and June 18, follow-up workshop – Dan Stuart, University of South
Carolina –

"Close Readings in the *Sad-dharma-smṛ**ty-upasthā**na-sū**tra*"

Room 5318 in the Humanities, 10:00–13:00, 15:00–18:00.

Prof. Eviatar Shulman
Associate Professor
Chair, Department of Comparative Religion
Gail Levin De Nur Chair in Comparative Religion
Member, Department of Asian Studies
The Hebrew University of Jerusalem

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