Faculty Roundtable – “Ritual and Relationship in Living Taoist Practice”

March 1, 12:00 p.m. – 1:30 p.m.
Mānoa Campus, webinar


The Center for Chinese Studies presents a faculty panel discussion, featuring David J. Mozina (author and independent scholar) in conversation with Jonathan Pettit (Associate Professor of Chinese Religion, UH Mānoa) and Edward Davis (Associate Professor of Chinese History , UH Manoa). Dr. Mozina studies living Taoist and Buddhist ritual traditions in southern China’s Hunan Province, and the roots of these traditions in the liturgical dynamism of the Song, Yuan, and early Ming periods and in late religious traditions. of the imperial period. Jonathan Pettit is associate professor of Chinese religions at UHM. His research focuses on the production and dissemination of Taoist texts, both in medieval times and in contemporary groups such as the Yiguandao. Edward Davis is an associate professor of Chinese history at UHM. His research focuses on the social and cultural history of Middle Imperial China (750-1600) and on the history of Chinese religions from the ancient period to the present day. This webinar is co-sponsored by the UHM Departments of History and Religion.

Ticket information
https://hawaii.zoom.us/webinar/register/WN_9iV31aasTDS8EvZJRxxxxx

Event Sponsor
Center for Chinese Studies / Department of History / Department of Religion, Mānoa Campus

More information
Jialin Sun, 8089562663, [email protected], webinar flyer (PDF)