• Religion in Modern Japan

    Getting to Know Japan Webinar (via Zoom) -- 1000 (JST) 13 July 2021

    Dr. Levi McLaughlin will deliver an introductory overview of religion in contemporary Japan. In his talk he will introduce the basics of Shinto shrines and Buddhist temples, explaining the ways that people interact with them and the beliefs that guide those interactions. He will conclude his talk with a broader overview of the religious landscape that these sacred sites inhabit, and then open the floor for Q&A.

     

    To join use this link to register with Zoom

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    This event is a part of YCAPS' "Getting to Know Japan Series" co-sponsored by The Japan Foundation Center for Global Partnership.

     

    Levi McLaughlin is Associate Professor at the Department of Philosophy and Religious Studies at North Carolina State University. He received his Ph.D. from Princeton University after previous study at the University of Tokyo, and he holds a B.A. and M.A. in East Asian Studies from the University of Toronto. He has worked as a research assistant at Kokugakuin University in Tokyo and was a visiting research fellow at the University of Michigan’s Center for Japanese Studies, the Asia Research Institute at the National University of Singapore, and the Center for Asian and Pacific Studies at the University of Iowa. He was previously an Assistant Professor of Religion at Wofford College.

     

    Format: This event will be off-the-record. Questions are encouraged. It will not be recorded.

    Registration: Required Link
    Moderator: Michael Okamoto

    Webinar Cost: Free of charge

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