RLG465H1: Readings in Buddhist Texts

Hours: 
24S

An advanced study of select Buddhist texts with a focus on issues of translation, interpretation, commentarial approaches, narrative strategies, as well as issues related to the production, circulation, and consumption of these works. Themes and texts will vary by year; consult the departmental website for this year’s course description.

Prerequisite: 

Reading knowledge of Sanskrit/Pali/Tibetan or Chinese; permission of instructor

Distribution Requirements: 
Humanities
Breadth Requirements: 
Creative and Cultural Representations (1)