Call for Papers: Women’s Perspectives in the Dharma Traditions


Friday, April 19, 2013 at 1:36PM

Call for Papers: Women’s Perspectives in the Dharma TraditionsThe evolving identity of women in the Jain, Hindu, Buddhist, and Sikh traditions. Abstracts due by May 15.

The 2013 Claremont International Conference

Women’s Perspectives in the Dharma Traditions

Deadline for 200-300-word abstracts for paper submissions:
May 31, 2013

Conference Date:
August 23-24, 2013

Women’s voices are often difficult to hear in traditional and contemporary Jain, Buddhist, Hindu, and Sikh texts. Yet, women are active and vibrant members of these communities. They are leaders, teachers, artists, philosophers, mothers, wives, professionals, politicians, monastics. This conference seeks to provide a forum to engage the evolving identity of all women through engagement with Dharmic texts, traditions, principles, roles, and communities.

Please submit 200-300-word abstracts along with any other questions to Whitny Braun at whitny.braun@claremontlincoln.org by May 31, 2013. Decisions will be sent out by June 15, 2013

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