BSTD 501: Advanced Buddhist Readings I - Tibetan

These courses are readings undertaken by students individually with a weekly 3-hour plenary session. The texts read in this course are normally classical Mahāyāna texts from the Sanskrit and Tibetan literary traditions but may also include other genres such as, for example, historical, political, medical and polemical literature. The purpose of the courses in Advanced Buddhist Readings is to provide students with the ability to read complex philosophical material in the primary source languages for Buddhism in the Himalayan context.

Prerequisites

None.