Canadian Journal of Buddhist Studies 2016

October 31, 2016

We are pleased to announce publication by the SFU David Lam Centre of the eleventh issue of the Canadian Journal of Buddhist Studies (CJBS). Publication of CJBS 11 (2016) follows a year of Canada-wide consultation with Buddhist scholars, the forming of a new and expanded editorial board, and creation of a new online format in cooperation with the Public Knowledge Project at SFU.  CJBS is a scholarly peer-reviewed, open access, online journal covering all aspects of Buddhist studies. Thanks to the hard work of Journal Manager, Bao Ngoc LE, we have also created and maintain CJBS News, a new companion blog curated with assistance and contributions from Canadian graduate students. Dr. Paul Crowe, a member of DLC Steering Committee, led efforts to reform and expand the CJBS to better support Buddhist scholarship and provide opportunities for graduate students. The journal is open to Canadian and international submissions from scholars in a wide variety of relevant fields including anthropology, philosophy, sociology, psychology, history and religious studies, and welcomes articles on classical textual and intertextual analysis.