Comparative anthropology of Buddhism workshop: religion and economy

The Centre for Himalayan Studies and the Southeast Asia Centre units of the French CNRS (Villejuif / Paris) are pursuing their collaboration in the form of a series of day-long thematic workshops in the comparative anthropology of Buddhism, this year (2015-16) on the general theme of “Religion and the Secular”.

This year’s second workshop will be held on Friday, 8 April 2016.
Its theme is:

Religion and Economy.

Please find the short program below, and the complete program, with abstracts and bibliographical suggestions, here.

All interested scholars and students are most welcome to join us.
Please contact: Nicolas Sihlé (nsihle [at] vjf.cnrs.fr).

 
Past and future sessions of these workshops:
2012-13:

2013-14 (1st year of the “Buddhist religious fields” cycle):

2014-15 (2nd year of the “Buddhist religious fields” cycle):

2015-16 (“Religion and the Secular” cycle):

ProgrammeAtelier4.2_Economie_affiche

 


Nicolas Sihlé

Nicolas Sihlé, a sociocultural anthropologist, is researcher at the Center for Himalayan Studies, a research unit of the National Centre for Scientific Research (CNRS) based in Villejuif (France). He specializes on Tibetan religion and society, and is the author of Rituels bouddhiques de pouvoir et de violence : La figure du tantriste tibétain [Buddhist rituals of power and violence : The figure of the Tibetan tantrist] (Brepols, 2013). His current work focuses on post-Mao socioreligious transitions in and around the famous communities of non-monastic specialists of tantric Buddhism in northeast Tibet (Amdo), and more generally on the comparative anthropology of Buddhism.

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