CLAN 301 : Buddhist Literary Chinese V

This is a reading course in Chinese Buddhist texts, providing a broader introduction to various genres of Buddhist literature in Literary Chinese, including translations of Sanskrit scriptures, Chinese commentaries, philosophical treatises, and hagiographies. It is intended for students with at least two years of study of Classical or Buddhist Literary Chinese. This course also looks at the resources available for scholarship in the field of Buddhist Literary Chinese and East Asian Buddhism, including online resources, dictionaries, and reference works, and continues the discussion of the methodology and principles for translating Buddhist Chinese texts is a more formalized way. 

Prerequisites

CLAN 202: Buddhist Literary Chinese IV 

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