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The Nanzan Institute for Religion and Culture was founded in 1976 and incorporated into Nanzan University in 1979. Through its symposia, colloquia, research projects, and a wide array of publications, the community of scholars that make up the Institute is dedicated to promoting dialogue among religions, philosophies, and cultures East and West. Its ample facilities and resource materials continue to attract scholars young and old from within Japan and around the world.
"The Dialogue between Science and Religion": A research project
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Applications open for the 2015 Nanzan Seminar for the Study of Japanese Religions
Applications open for an International Post-Doctoral Research Fellowship at the Nanzan Institute for Religion and Culture
Topic: Discussion of T. P. Kasulis, Shinto: The Way Home (Japanese edition, 2014).
Discussants: Kinugasa Masaaki (Hōsei University), Moriya Tomoe (Hannan University), Fujimoto Yorio (Kokugakuin University)
Response: Thomas P. Kasulis (Ohio State University)
Time: 19 December 2014, 5:00–7:00
Place: Nanzan Institute for Religion & Culture, 2F Reading Room (Details)
The discussions will use both Japanese and English