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We would like to inform you of the following lecture which is happening later on today. If you are around in Oxford and able to attend we would very much like to see you there. It promises to be a fascinating topic.
Buddhist Meditation and Psychotherapy: Convergence or Divergence?
Professor Luis Gomez
Wednesday 6th June, 5.30pm
The Massey Room, Balliol
LUIS O. GÓMEZ, is A. F. Thurnau Professor Emeritus of Asian Languages and Cultures, Religious Studies and Psychology, University of Michigan; at present he is Research Professor at El Colegio de México, México, DF. He was formerly the Charles O. Hucker Collegiate Professor of Buddhist Studies (Department of Asian Languages and Cultures & Program on Studies in Religion), Professor of Religious Studies, and Professor of Psychology (Department of Psychology) at the University of Michigan, Ann Arbor.
He is also Senior Scholar Advisor at the Mangalam Research Center on Buddhist Languages in Berkeley, California. In 2012, he will be Numata Visiting Professor at the University of Hamburg (April-July 2012), and Visiting Professor at Seoul National University (October 2012).
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