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【関連行事】”The Gaudiya Math and Mission in Colonial Bengal: Social Impact and Innovations” Lecture by Dr. Ferdinando Sardella

2015年12月16日 @ 10:30 AM - 12:00 PM

講演者:フェルディナンド・サルデラ氏(ストックホルム大学准教授)

時間:12月16日(水)10時30分~12時

場所:文学研究科2階第四講義室L201

題:The Gaudiya Math and Mission in Colonial Bengal: Social Impact and Innovations

要旨:The lecture discusses the rise and development of a religiousmovement, the Gaudiya Math and Mission founded by Bhaktisiddhanta Sarasvati in 1919 in colonial Calcutta. The institution was born of a Hindu reform and revival movement within the frame of Gaudiya or Bengali Vaishnavism. It founded over sixty centres in India as well as in London and Berlin. The lecture will address some of the issues that engaged the movement during the early 20th century and the social impact that it generated, as well as its relation to the cultural, religious and political environment of its time. The theoretical foundation of this early movement was found in late medieval texts in Bengali as well as in the classical Sanskrit literature. Philosophical as well as social concerns formed the basis for the shaping of the movement, which was based on the regular practice of bhakti yoga and an active engagement in
society.

コメンテーター:田辺明生(京都大学・教授)

司会:置田清和(京都大学白眉センター・特定助教)

問い合わせ:置田清和

主催:
科学研究費助成事業(若手研究(B))プロジェクト
「近世・現代南アジアにおける宗教と倫理:ガウディーヤ派を焦点に」(置田清和・代表)

京都大学白眉センター

Speaker: Dr. Ferdinando Sardella (Associate Professor, Stockholm University, Sweden)

Time: Dec 16th 10:30am-12:00noon

Venue: Faculty of Letters, 2nd Floor, Lecture room #4, L201

Title: The Gaudiya Math and Mission in Colonial Bengal: Social Impact and Innovations

Abstract:
The lecture discusses the rise and development of a religiousmovement, the Gaudiya Math and Mission founded by Bhaktisiddhanta Sarasvati in 1919 in colonial Calcutta. The institution was born of a Hindu reform and revival movement within the frame of Gaudiya or Bengali Vaishnavism. It founded over sixty centres in India as well as in London and Berlin. The lecture will address some of the issues that engaged the movement during the early 20th century and the social impact that it generated, as well as its relation to the cultural, religious and political environment of its time. The theoretical foundation of this early movement was found in late medieval texts in Bengali as well as in the classical Sanskrit literature. Philosophical as well as social concerns formed the basis for the shaping of the movement, which was based on the regular practice of bhakti yoga and an active engagement in
society.

Discussant: Prof. Akio Tanabe (ASAFAS, Kyoto University)

Facilitator: Kiyokazu Okita(the Hakubi Centre for Advanced Research, Kyoto University)

Contact: Kiyokazu Okita

Host:
KAKENHI for Young Scientists(B)
「近世・現代南アジアにおける宗教と倫理:ガウディーヤ派を焦点に」
The Hakubi Center for Advanced Research, Kyoto University

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日付:
2015年12月16日
時間:
10:30 AM - 12:00 PM
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京都大学文学研究科2階第四講義室L201