The “Animal Question” in Medieval Chinese Religions
5:00 pm | 9/7/2023 | 308A Doe Library
Dr. Huaiyu Chen
We are pleased to announce a lecture the Department is co-sponsoring this coming Fall. Dr. Huaiyu Chen, professor of Religious Studies at Arizona State University, will be visiting Berkeley to give a talk, titled The “Animal Question” in Medieval Chinese Religions, based on his two recent publications In The Land of Tigers and Snakes: Living with Animals in Medieval Chinese Religions and Animals and Plants in Chinese Religions and Science.
Co-sponsored by the Department of History of Art, the Numata Center for Buddhist Studies, the Berkeley Center for the Study of Religion, and the Department of East Asian Languages & Cultures
Support provided by grants from the Mary C. Stoddard Fund and the Glorisun Global Buddhist Network