CSR Symposium on Religion & Race

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March 28, 2019
4:00PM - 6:30PM
Location
The Ohio State University Faculty Club

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Add to Calendar 2019-03-28 16:00:00 2019-03-28 18:30:00 CSR Symposium on Religion & Race  The Center for theStudy of Religion presents a Religious Studies Symposium "Decolonizing the Dharma: Racial Justice and American Buddhism" featuring "Buddhism and Whiteness---a Buddhist Feminist Killjoy's Take," Dr. Sharon Suh (Seattle University)"Undoing Whiteness in American "convert" Buddhism: Critical, Contextual, and Collective Turns," Dr. Ann Gleig (University of Central Florida)EVENT RECORDING (AUDIO ONLY): Gleig-Suh_Symposium032819Addional information for and directions to the Ohio State University Faculty Club can be found below:The Ohio State University Faculty ClubDirectionsAdmission to this event is free and open to the public. For any questions, please contact (614) 688-8010.Parking for this event is available at the Union South Garage, which can be accessed from High Street or from College Road S. Metered parking is also available along W. 11th Avenue west of High Street, and on W. 12th Avenue across from Hale Hall. Information about ADA accessible permits and parking can also be found here.  The Ohio State University Faculty Club Center for the Study of Religion religion@osu.edu America/New_York public
Description

 

The Center for the

Study of Religion presents

 

a Religious Studies Symposium

 

"Decolonizing the Dharma: Racial Justice and American Buddhism"

 

featuring

 

  • "Buddhism and Whiteness---a Buddhist Feminist Killjoy's Take," Dr. Sharon Suh (Seattle University)
  • "Undoing Whiteness in American "convert" Buddhism: Critical, Contextual, and Collective Turns," Dr. Ann Gleig (University of Central Florida)

EVENT RECORDING (AUDIO ONLY): Gleig-Suh_Symposium032819


Addional information for and directions to the Ohio State University Faculty Club can be found below:

Admission to this event is free and open to the public. For any questions, please contact (614) 688-8010.

Parking for this event is available at the Union South Garage, which can be accessed from High Street or from College Road S. Metered parking is also available along W. 11th Avenue west of High Street, and on W. 12th Avenue across from Hale Hall. Information about ADA accessible permits and parking can also be found here.