This unit provides a survey of the major issues and core ideas of Buddhism from its beginnings in India to subsequent developments in others parts of Asia. Students will be introduced to Buddhist understanding of liberation, existence, and knowledge, with a focus on exploring how Buddhist thought and practices, such as ritual and meditation, shape each other in larger socio-cultural contexts.
|Academic unit||Asian Studies|
|12 credit points at 2000 level from any combination of Ancient Greek, Ancient History, Anthropology, Arabic Language and Cultures, Archaeology, Art History, Asian Studies, Biblical Studies and Classical Hebrew, Chinese Studies, Cultural Studies, European Studies, French and Francophone Studies, Germanic Studies, Hebrew, History, Indonesian Studies, International and Comparative Literary Studies, Italian Studies, Japanese Studies, Jewish Civilisation, Thought and Culture, Korean Studies, Latin, Linguistics, Philosophy, Sanskrit, Spanish and Latin American Studies, Studies in Religion, Visual Arts|
The learning outcomes for this unit will be available two weeks before the first day of teaching.
Unit outlines will be available 1 week before the first day of teaching for the relevant session.