Living with Animals in Medieval Chinese Religions
Glorisun Global Buddhist Network

The “Animal Question” in Medieval Chinese Religions

On September 7, 2023, at 5 p.m. PDT, Huaiyu Chen, Professor of Studies at Arizona State University, will be speaking at 308 A Doe Library at the University of California, Berkeley.

Virtual book discussion with Dr. Huaiyu Chen, Professor of Religious Studies at Arizona State University, about his two recent publications from 2023: “In the Land of Tigers and Snakes: Living with in Medieval Chinese ” and “Animals and Plants in Chinese Religions and Science.” Dr. Chen will explore how animals and plants were perceived in Chinese religions and science during the Middle Ages.

The Department of of , , , Department of East Asian Languages & , Mary C. Stoddard Fund, and Glorisun Global Network have all come together to provide support for this project.


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