2017 Language Programs & Classes

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[su_spoiler title=”Summer Intensive Language Programs” open=”yes” style=”fancy” icon=”caret”]This summer, Mangalam Research Center is offering eight-week intensive language programs in both Classical Tibetan and Classical Sanskrit. Program begins June 26, 2017; the application deadline is May 5th.[/su_spoiler]
[su_spoiler title=”Post-Baccalaureate Program” open=”yes” style=”fancy” icon=”caret”]The year-long Post-Baccalaureate Program begins with a summer language intensive in Classical Tibetan or Classical Sanskrit and continues throughout 2017-18 with instruction at the intermediate level. Students will take a Buddhist studies course and Post-Baccalaureate seminar in addition to language courses. Program begins June 26, 2017; the application deadline is May 5th.[/su_spoiler]
[su_spoiler title=”Conferences, Workshops and Symposia” open=”yes” style=”fancy” icon=”caret”]The Summer Institute on Buddhism & Science will bring together twenty leading scientists and scholars and twenty graduate students for a trans-disciplinary exploration.[/su_spoiler]
[su_spoiler title=”Special Interest (non-program) Classes” open=”no” style=”fancy” icon=”caret” anchor=”courses”]Stand-alone courses are open to anyone interested in learning about Buddhist languages or cultures. Classes generally meet once or twice per week for 8 weeks. Advanced registration is appreciated.

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Mandala Training Program
A 6-month residential work-study program

Applications Now Being Accepted!

Join Us

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Tibetan Culture Lama Dancing

Application Deadline May 5, 2017

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Tibetan Culture Lama Dancing

8-week Course Begins March 2017

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Past Programs

Since its founding in 2009, Mangalam Research Center has offered a wide variety of language programs and other events. These include intensive summer seminars working with Sanskrit, Tibetan, Pāli, and Chinese texts; courses in canonical languages, research methodology, and Buddhist discourse; symposia, conferences and workshops; and public panel discussions. Dharma talks and chants have also been offered in the Mangalam Temple, a beautiful space that can seat up to 200 people.

Full videos of many of these events are available for streaming on the Mangalam Research Center website.

For a complete list of past programs, visit our program archives page.

 

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