BUDDHISM AND CHRISITANITY

AMES 580S

The study of the global encounter between Buddhists and Christians from the sixteenth century to the present. Topics to be covered include missionary encounters, conversion, polemical literature, inter-religious dialogue, and religious exchange, as well as the portrayal of these interactions in literature and the arts. At least one previous course in Buddhism or Asian religions and a course in religious studies is recommended. Instructor: Jaffe

Day / Time: 

Th 03:05 PM-05:35 PM

Location: 

Gray 220

Instructor: 

Jaffe, Richard

Section: 

01