On “Prajñākaragupta’s sattopalambhavāda or an Indian version of “esse is percipi” 講演会のご案内（護山真也）
A workshop on Translating and Educating of Indian and Buddhist Texts and Thought will be held at Tokyo Campus of the University of Tsukuba on March 1-2, 2019.＜Program＞WS Translating and Educating
The conference, Evolution of Scriptures, Formation of Canons, successfully finished. The abstracts distributed on the day is available for view here. Thank you very much for your participation and interest.
A Tsukuba-Hamburg Young Scholars’ Workshop will be held on September 22nd in TSUKUBA GLOBAl SCIENCE WEEK.
Prof. Luo Hong of the University of Sichuan will give a lecture. Please look at the flier.
講演会のご案内（Prof. Luo Hong）
A Workshop on late Indian Tantric Buddhist Texts will be held at the International Institute for Digital Humanities and the University of Taishō, organised by Harunaga Isaacson (Tsukuba/Hamburg), Toru Tomabechi (DHII), Keiya Noguchi, and Ryūgen Tanemura (the Sōgō Bukkyō Kenkyūsho of the Taishō University). For detail, please look at the information attached.
International Conference, “Evolution of Scriptures, Formation of Canons” will be held on September 24th and 25th at Tokyo Campus of University of Tsukuba. Please look at the Brochure for detail.
The workshop was held at the Department of Indian and Tibetan Studies, Hamburg University, on the 22nd and 27th of January, 2018.UHH-Tsukuba 2018 Workshop
Prof. Dorji Wangchuk and Dr. Orna Almogi presented their new research results at “International Seminar on Tibetan Languages and Historical Documents on The., Sept.7, at Kobe City University of Foreign Studies.
Titles of their papers
Dorji Wangchuk: The Modes of Communication and Transmission According to Some raying-ma Sources
Orna Olmogi: Policies and Strategies of Authentication and Canonisation within the Tibetan Cultural Sphere