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These courses offer a changing focus on a selected theme, site, or period within Buddhist visual culture (paintings, statues, ritual implements and furnishings, architecture, temple layout, and Zen gardens). Visual culture and practices from traditions that were deeply connected to Buddhism in premodern Japan, including Shinto shrines, syncretic and kami icons, and pilgrimage, will also be considered, as will comparative East and South Asian examples.



Course Information

  • Course Location: Hakozaki Campus
  • Contacts: Cynthea Bogel

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