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ASIA 301 Buddhism in the Modern Era
Buddhism from the nineteenth century to present day with special emphasis on its history and character in local settings, including specific traditions such as Tibetan Nyingma and Japanese Zen, as well as the development of a modern and global "Buddhism."
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|ASIA 301 001||Lecture||2||Mon||16:00||19:00|
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|Blocked||ASIA 301 W01||Waiting List||2||Mon||16:00||19:00|
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