AP/HUMA4770 3.0 A: Buddhism in Modern Southeast Asia

Offered by: HUMA


Fall 2019






Calendar Description / Prerequisite / Co-Requisite

Explores Buddhist responses to the changing conditions of modernity in Southeast Asia. Seeking to understand Buddhism as a living religion, it investigates how Buddhists have drawn on religious narratives, symbols and rituals to respond to social and political challenges from the nineteenth century to the present, including issues of religious reform, colonialism, nationalism and ethnicity.

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