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840:207 BUDDHIST LITERATURE AND FILM (3)

This course seeks to foster a nuanced understanding and critical appreciation of the diversity of the Buddhist tradition in pre-modern and modern Asia and in other regions of the contemporary world. It aims to establish an introductory, though scholarly, awareness of the complexity of Buddhism through engagement with exciting, though historically and culturally significant, written and celluloid (or digital) primary source materials.

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