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Dhammaloka Project website goes online

This is to let you know that the new Dhammaloka Project website is online at

http://dhammalokaproject.wordpress.com/ or

http://tinyurl.com/dhammaloka

 

The "Dhammaloka Project" uses the life story of the Irish-born Buddhist monk U Dhammaloka to explore the wider story of early western Buddhists as well as the history of Buddhism and Ireland. The site includes details of the search for Dhammaloka (including published research and events), early western Buddhists (including early monks and the "Southeast Asia as Buddhist crossroads" conference) and Buddhism and Ireland. It is intended as a repository of existing work in these areas and will be updated with news of events, publications, progress reports and so on. We hope this will be a useful research resource.

Based on a transnational collaborative project between Brian Bocking (University College Cork), Alicia Turner (York University) and Laurence Cox (National University of Ireland Maynooth), the site will be updated with details of new publications, forthcoming events, progress reports etc.

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Laurence Cox

Laurence.Cox@nuim.ie

 

Department of Sociology
National University of Ireland Maynooth
Co. Kildare, Republic of Ireland

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