BUCSA lecture, Counting Women in Buddhist Studies: What We Can (and Can’t) Learn from a Quantitative Approach, lecture by Natasha Heller (U Virginia)

The BU Center for the Study of Asia and the CAS Department of Religion are very pleased to present a lecture by Prof. Natasha Heller (Dept. of Religious Studies, University of Virginia) Counting Women in Buddhist Studies: What We Can (and Can’t) Learn from a Quantitative Approach
Starts:
2:30 pm on Monday, January 27, 2020
Ends:
4:00 pm on Monday, January 27, 2020
Location:
JSC Room 201, 147 Bay State Road, Boston University (Note: entrance is on Silber Way, not Bay State Road)
Registration:
http://www.bu.edu/asian/2019/12/09/counting-women-in-buddhist-studies-what-we-can-and-cant-learn-from-a-quantitative-approach-by-prof-natasha-heller-jan-27-2020/