Registration/参加要項 Schedule/進行 Fees/参加費 Assistance/助成 Access/地図


Friday, June 30/6月30日(金)
13:00 - Check-in and Registration/受付 (Building No. 7, 5th FL./7号館5階)
14:00 - 14:15 Opening Ceremony/開会式 (Room A)
14:30 - 16:00 Symposium Panel: “Future of IASBS”/シンポジウム「国際真宗学会の将来」 (Room A)
16:15 - 17:30 Panel 1/パネル1 (Room A)
Chairman: Prof. Takami Inoue
Anne Spencer (The College of Idaho)
"Language, Culture, and the Pure Land Sutras in American Jodo Shinshu Temples"
Lisa Gayle Bond (Kanto Gakuin Univ.)
"Lessons from Project Dana: Engaging Students in Service Learning"
Ademar Kiyotoshi Sato (Honpa Honganji Brasilia Temple)
Panel 2/パネル2 (Room 7209)
Chairman: Prof. James C. Dobbins
Jakub Zamorski (Assistant Prof., Jagiellonian Univ.)
"“Repose in the Pure Land” as “caring for others”—Tang Dayuan and new directions in Chinese Pure Land exegesis of the 1920s"
Hudaya Kandahjaya (Society for the Promotion of Buddhism (BDK) America)
"A Javanese Perspective on Self-Benefit and Benefit for Others"
Kenneth Tanaka (Professor, Musashino Univ.)
"Findings and Significance for Our Understanding of Shinran’s Thought: The Publication of The Tide of Wisdom: Shiran’s Wisdom, Subjectivity and Social Engagement"
18:00 - 19:30 Happy Hour & Light Dinner/親睦会(軽食つき) (Room B)
19:30 - 21:00 Steering Committee Meeting/評議委員会会議 (Room A)
Saturday, July 1/7月1日(土)
  8:30 - Check-in and registration/受付 (Building No. 7, 5th FL./7号館5階)
  9:00 - 10:40 Panel 3/パネル3 (Room A)
Chairman: Prof. Eisho Nasu
Ayari Ogasawara (Graduate Student, Musashino Univ.)
"The Consideration about the Transition UNNa in Early Buddhism: The Transition of UNNa for the Pure Land Buddhism (in Japanese)初期仏教及び仏伝文献における白毫相の変遷"
Ryoze Wada (Graduate Student, Otani Univ.)
"Continuity between Shinran’s Thought and Tathāgatagarbha Doctrine: Focusing on Buddha-Nature"
Takashi Miyaji (Research Student, Ryukoku Univ.)
"The Significance of Icchantika in Shinran’s Thought"
Hideaki Komori (Researcher, Institute of Buddhist Culture, Musashino Univ.)
"Ajase’s view on Buddhist Scriptures, called “THE KYOGYOSHINSHO”: Focusing on the association with ‘two forms of eko’ (in Japanese)『教行信証』におけるアジャセ観―‘二種廻向’との関連を中心に―"
Panel 4/パネル4 (Room B)
Chairman: Prof. Mark Blum
Isamu Yabu (A missionary of Honganji-School in Shin Sect)
"Self-Benefit and Benefit for others: The twofold mind of Amida Tathagata's merit-transference"
Ryoei Nanjo (Researcher, Institute of Buddhist Culture, Musashino Univ.)
"Benefitting Others and Propagation in Shinran's Understanding"
Eishi Aoyagi (Researcher, The Center for Shin Buddhist Studies)
"Shinran’s understanding of “Ji shin-kyou nin shin” (in Japanese) 「自信教人信」について"
Esho Shimazu (Kyoto, Japan)
"Sangowakuran Incident depicted in Goho-engi"
10:50 - 12:30 Panel 5/パネル5 (Room A)
"Who Benefits Whom? The Tathāgata and Sentient Beings in Benefiting Others in Shin Buddhist Thought"
Robert F. Rhodes (Professor, Otani Univ.)
"Hearing to the Dharma: Finding Yourself in the Pure Land Narrative"
Jun Fujii (Associate Professor, Komazawa Univ.)
"Regarding the Authenticity of Shinran’s Letters That Include the Term “Prayer”"
James C. Dobbins (Professor, Oberlin College)
"D. T. Suzuki, Amida’s Benefit to Others, and the Problem of Karma"
Michael Conway (Lecturer, Otani Univ.)
"Soga Ryōjin’s Understanding of the Returning Aspect of Merit Transference"
12:30 - 13:30 Lunch (on own)/各自昼食
13:30 - 15:30 Keynote Speech/基調講演(Seccho Auditorium/雪頂講堂, Building No. 6/6号館)
“Self-power and Other-power in Shinran”/「親鸞における自力と他力」
Prof. Fumihiko Sueki/末木文美士 教授
(Professor Emeritus, Univ. of Tokyo & International Research Center of Japanese Studies/東京大学名誉教授,国際仏教文化研究センター名誉教授)
15:30 - 16:00 Break
16:00 - 17:40 Panel 6/パネル6 (Room B)
"Aspects of Self-Benefit and Benefit for otheres in the Pure Land Buddhism"
Mark Blum (Professor, Univ. of California, Berkeley)
"Self-Benefit and Benefit for others in the Pure land Buddhism"
Masahiro Shimoda (Professor, Univ. of Tokyo)
"Self-Benefit and Benefit for others in Pure land Buddhism in India"
Kojun Hayashida (Professor, Taisho Univ.)
"Self-Benefit and Benefit for others in the Hōnen’s doctrine (in Japanese) 法然教理学における自利と利他"
Kazuhiro Ishida (Reseacher, The Jodo Shu Research Institute)
"Self-Benefit and Benefit for others in the Three Pure Land Sūtras (in Japanese) 浄土三部経にみる自利と利他"
18:00 - 20:00 Reception/懇親会 (Room A)
Sunday, July 2/7月2日(日)
  8:30 - Check-in and Registration/受付 (Building No. 7, 5th FL./7号館5階)
  9:00 - 10:40 Panel 7/パネル7 (Room A)
Chairman: Prof. Robert F. Rhodes
Akinobu Kuwahara (Researcher, Institute of Shin Buddhism)
"Self-Benefit and Benefit for Others in the Commentary on the Ten Bodhisattva Stages"
Yue Xiao (Researcher, Research Institute of Bukkyo Univ.)
"Self-Benefit and Benefit for Others in the Larger Sukhāvatīvyūha Sūtra"
Hidetoshi Tani (Adjunct Lecturer, Ryukoku Univ.)
"T’an-luan’s thought about Bodhisattva’s way in Mahayana Buddhism (in Japanese) 曇鸞の大乗菩薩道思想"
Eisho Nasu (Professor, Ryukoku Univ.)
"Discarding Self to Benefit Others Alone: Genshin's Reformulation of Bodhicitta as “Selfless” Great Compassion"
Panel 8/パネル8 (Room B)
Chairman: Dr. Jérôme Ducor
Yuichi Tsunoda (Lecturer, Sophia Univ.)
"Dharmākara Bodhisattva as True Subjectivity: Soga Ryojin’s View of Dharmākara from the Perspective of the Theory of “Consciousness Only”" Daniel G. Friedrich (Adjunct Lecturer, Hosei Univ.)
"Funerary Buddhism as a Social Good"
Kenji Matsuo (Professor, Yamagata Univ.)
"Reconsideration on the Shinran’s Religious Theory on Monk’s Marriage: focusing on Tamahi hime, Shinran’s another wife (in Japanese) 親鸞伝再考——玉日姫は実在したのか"
Shigeki Sugiyama (Buddhist Temple of Alameda, Buddhist Churches of America)
"A behavioral Approach to Appreciating Shinran’s Soteriology"
10:50 - 12:30 Panel 9/パネル9 (Room B)
"‘Benefiting Others’ in Modern Shin Buddhist Doctrinal Studies of the Ōtani-ha"
Atsushi Kawaguchi (Research Associate, Otani Univ.)
"A Study of “In Our Power, not in Our Power” Thought in Kiyozawa Manshi’s Diary Rōsenki"
Shingyō Azuma (Research Associate, Otani Univ.)
"Benefit for Others in Kaneko Daiei’s Thought: His View of the Pure Land and the Religious Organization"
Jeff Schroeder (Instructor, Univ. of Oregon)
"Behold the Man: Soga Ryōjin and Postwar Buddhist Reform"
Takami Inoue (Professor, Otani Univ.)
"Why Should ‘Birth in the Pure Land’ Take Place in the Present Life?: Soga Ryōjin’s View of ‘Benefiting Others’"
12:30 - 13:00 IASBS Member Meeting, Closing Remarks/国際真宗学会総会,閉会の辞 (Room A)