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ACS Open Colloquium: "The Body: Well-Being, Transformation, Liberation"

April  11 - 11, 2014
2:00 pm - 4:00 pm

Asian and Comparative Studies   

 

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ACS Open Colloquium: "The Body: Well-Being, Transformation, Liberation"

Asian & Comparative Studies Open Colloquium: Spring 2014 Series

"The Body: Well-Being, Transformation, Liberation"

This ongoing series promotes the comparative study and experience of Asian philosophical & religious textual traditions. All are welcome, and ACS students are highly encouraged to attend. Sponsored by the Asian & Comparative Studies program.

Speakers:

Melanie Daily, ACS PhD student (Chinese Philosophy)

Anthony Billings, ACS MA student (Tibetan Buddhism)

Jim Ryan, ACS Director & Professor (Hinduism)

2-4 p.m. in Room 425 (Mission Campus)

Refreshments are provided.

Room 425 (4th Floor), CIIS, 1453 Mission Street, San Francisco, CA 94103

 
 

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The Asian and Comparative Studies program offers intensive studies in the spiritual and philosophical traditions of South and Southeast Asia, China, and the Himalayan regions. Our students encounter world traditions and cultivate an integrative understanding of the personal and the social, the intellectual and the spiritual, the historical and the contemporary. Our students also gain an in-depth understanding of how philosophical and religious thought is deepened by experiential involvement - an important adjunct to intellectual understanding.