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So-Wide Space November 2011 - Journal of the Oxford Centre for Buddhist Studies

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Journal of the Oxford Centre for Buddhist Studies

Earlier on this year, several of the OCBS staff got together to discuss how to provide an enhanced membership package. The aim was to provide something substantial to those people who support us financially.

The conclusion that was reached was to start a Journal (long an intention of the OCBS). This Journal would be peer reviewed and follow academic practice whilst also giving preference to material that is accessible to as wide a range of readers as possible.

Many months later and we are now at the launch of Volume One. It contains ten articles on a broad range of topics plus an editorial and two book reviews. A subscription runs for a year's worth of volumes. You will receive two volumes for your subscription with Volume Two being published on 20th April 2012.

You can view the full Table of Contents by clicking here. We are also including below an excerpt from a very interesting book review contained in the Journal giving details on the fascinating field of numismatics.

The OCBS runs completely on money we raise ourselves. If you are able to, we do hope you will consider taking out a subscription, assisting to fund our continued activities for the upcoming year. We also hope you find much of interest and stimulation within the Journal.

For full details, including subscription, please click here.

 

 



 

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