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  1. A Study On The Buddhist Revival In 19th Century In Sri Lanka by H.H.N.S. Hewawasan
  2. Addiction management and Buddhist psychotherapy by Dr Patricia Sherwood
  3. Anatta And The Experience Of Reality by Will Pascoe
  4. Buddha’s teachings are universal; regardless of race and caste by Udoy Barua
  5. Buddhism In Ancient Assam (India) –a Study by Dr.Bandana Baruah
  6. Developing of Chinese Language from Buddhism
  7. Impact of Buddhism on Biodiversity Conservation in Arunachal Pradesh, India by Dr. Mainu Devi
  8. Kumārajīva’s Remarkable Contribution to Sarvāstivāda and Mahāyāna Tradition in Medieval Chinese Buddhism by Pranab Barua
  9. Mahasi Sasana Yeikthar’s Propagation of Tharavada Buddhism in Myanmar by Venerable Bandanta Vi Suu Dha
  10. Offering Seven Water Bowls by Chandra Kala Ghimire, Ph D
  11. Pre Buddhist religious beliefs in Sri Lanka by Dr. Nadeesha Gunawardhana
  12. Rituals and Ceremonies on Sacred Tooth Relic by Dr.J.M.Sudharmawathie
  13. Tea and Buddhism in Blang People’s Ethnic Identification: A Case Study of Blang Hill Laoman’e Village
  14. The early Sinification of the Buddha’s relics and the case in which Kang Senghui prayed for those sacred relics by Dr. Trung Huynh
  15. The Mahayana Buddhist Doctrine of Skilful Means and Buddhism in Australia by Dr. Ian Cook
  16. The role of Mahinda thēro introducing the Buddhism in Sri Lanka by D.K. Manathunga & Dr. Nadeesha Gunawardhana
  17. The Transmission of Buddhism along the Silk Road by Dipu Barua
  18. Theory of Dependent origination (Conditional Genesis) and Social Healing approach towards post conflict reconciliation by Ven. Galkande Dhammananda


7th International Conference Buddhism & Australia
1-3 February, 2018
Perth, Western Australia

Venue: Edith Cowan University Mt Lawley Campus
Address: 2 Bradford Street, Mt Lawley
Building 17, room 103



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Thursday, 1 February 2018

9.30- 10.00 - Check in
10.00-10.30 - Welcoming Speeches

  • Ven. Vaartnou, Head of Buddhism & Australia
  • Professor Clive Barstow, Dean of Arts & Humanities, Edith Cowan University
  • Mr Peter Stuart, Consul of Mongolia

10.30-11.00 Presentation

  • Ven. Vaartnou, Head of Buddhism & Australia
’Ivolga monastery in Buryatia

11.00 Group photos
11.30-12.30 Lunch
12.30-14.00 Presentations

  • Ashin KETU, State Pariyatti Sasan University, Myanmar
‘Pariyatti Education in Myanmar’
  • Dr. Ian Cook, Murdoch University, Perth WA
'The Buddhist Doctrine of Skilful Means and Buddhism in Australia'
  • Dr. Nadeesha Gunawardana, University of Kelaniya, Sri Lanka
‘Pre Buddhist religious beliefs in Sri Lanka’

14.00-14.30 Coffee break
14.30-16.00 Presentations

  • Ven. Galkande Dhammananda, University of Kelaniya
'Theory of Dependent origination and Social Healing approach towards post conflict reconciliation'
  • Dr. Bandana Baruah, Cotton University, India
‘Buddhism in Ancient Assam, India - A Study’
  • Ven. Badanta Vi Suu Dha, Perth WA
’Propagation of Theravada Buddhism in Myanmar by Mahasi Sasana Yeikthar ’


Friday, 2 February 2018

9.30am - 10.00am Check in
10.00am - 11.30am Presentations

  • Ven. Wen'en Yan, Mahidol University
'Theravada Buddhism and Tea in Blang Minority Ethnic Identification: A Case Study of Laoman’e Hill Village in Xishuangbanna, Yunnan'
  • Dr H.H.N.S. Hewawasan, University of Kelaniya, Sri Lanka
'Buddhist Revival in the 19th century in Sri Lanka'
  • Dr Nadeesha Gunawardhana & Dr. D.K. Manathunga, University of Kelaniya, Sri Lanka
'The role of Mahinda thēro introducing the Buddhism in Sri Lanka'

11.30am - 12.30pm Lunch
12.30pm - 2.00pm Presentations

  • Dr Patricia Sherwood, Notre Dame University, WA
‘Buddhist psychotherapy: healing addictions.’
  • Dr Sudharmawathei Semasinghe
'Rituals and Ceremonies on Sacred Tooth Relic'
  • Dr Mainu Devi, Diphu Govt. College, India
‘Impact of Buddhism on Biodiversity Conservation in Arunachal Pradesh’

2.00pm - 2.30pm Coffee break
2.30pm - 4.00pm Presentations

  • Marju Broder, Estonian Nyingma
’Lubsan Sandan Tsydenov and the abbot of Kumbum’
  • Ven. Shakya Priya Barua, Australia
‘The Significance of Buddhagaya’
  • Will Pascoe, Perth WA
‘Anatta and the experience of Reality’


Saturday, 3 February 2018

Case study ‘Let’s Have a Look at WA Buddhist Life!’ – speakers only


Conference Registration

Contact:

Organizing Chair Marju Broder:
info@buddhismandaustralia.com
tel. +61 0 405549923
www.buddhismandaustralia.com