CARe’s Post Doctoral Fellow in East Asian Art & Religion, Dr. Dessi Vendova, will be giving our last event of the semester -- a presentation of her recent work on the life of the Buddha.
Visual representations of the Buddha Shakyamuni’s extended biography have a ubiquitous presence at early Buddhist sites such as stupas and rock-cut cave temples and played an important part in the spread of Buddhism. This phenomenon started in India, and spread...
Hebrew is a language that genders EVERYTHING. Sexism and gender binary assumptions are embedded in every sentence. In recent years there’s a growing awareness to the problems of gender in Hebrew, and various creative ideas to offer change.
We will explore with Rabbi Noa Sattath the ways gender is used in Hebrew and the various radical methods to equalize and de-gender language.
Center for LGBTQ & Gender Studies in Religion (CLGS) at Pacific School of Religion