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1 Religion 242 Buddhism: An introduction Course Description This course is a broad introductory survey to the Buddhist tradition, focusing on the tradition s history and development, its key doctrines and practices, its geographic spread, and its cultural adaptations. The course materials have a dual focus. We will examine the intellectual and philosophical history of Buddhism in detail; and we will also explore how Buddhism functions as a living, practical tradition. Course Objectives To become acquainted with the history of the Buddhist tradition from the beginnings to the present To engage with Buddhist textual and artistic traditions both critically and empathetically To articulate the importance of Buddhism for understanding Asian art, history, and culture To think through Buddhist doctrines and practices in fruitful dialogue with your own values Responsibilities Participation in the course is essential. Participation does not mean simply attending class and handing in written assignments. Participation means active involvement in discussion. One need not know all the answers to speak up; the classroom is a space where questions are especially valued. Come to every class prepared with your insights and your questions. It will be assumed that all students will have completed the session s reading BEFORE arriving to class. You may be called on at any time to contribute to the class with your ideas and questions. We will occasionally break out into smaller groups to have discussions about readings. Your preparation and participation will be vital for these conversations. Any class about Buddhism will necessarily entail mastery of basic geographic knowledge: you must be able to distinguish Magadha from Mongolia, and Kyōto from Kaśmīr. To this end, we will have a short geographical quiz. A study map will be handed out one week in advance. Commit this map to memory, as you may be asked about any aspect of it on the quiz. Keep your geographical knowledge fresh over the course of the semester, as the final exam will also feature a map section. One of the biggest initial hurdles to students grappling with Buddhist texts and traditions is the large number of Sanskrit, Chinese, and Japanese vocabulary terms, unfamiliar place names, and so on. To enable us to read our sources more fluently and confidently, we will feature two terminology quizzes. These shoud also prove useful in your preparations for the final exam. This is an introductory survey to Buddhism, which means we will not have time to go in-depth into any particular topic. To give you the opportunity to pursue your own interests in more depth, you will write TWO 5-page critical reflection essays. In these essays you will be able to engage more deeply with Buddhist scriptures and exegetical works. At the end of the semester we will have an in-class final examination, allowing you the opportunity to synthesize and master all the material learned in this course. The exam will feature multiple choice, word identification, short answer, and essay questions. Version 1.0 Page 1 of 8

2 Grading Attendance and participation: 25% Quizzes: 3 x 5% = 15% Critical reflection essays: 2 x 15% = 30% Final exam: 30% Course Policies Course website and syllabus updates: The Lotus Sūtra teaches us about upāyakauśalya, skillfulness in expedient pedagogical techniques. In the Buddhist tradition, good pedgagogy is adaptive, adjusting to the proclivities and needs of particular students. As the semester progresses, I may make changes to the syllabus to ensure that our collective efforts are fruitful. If I do make changes to the syllabus, you will be notified via , via the course website, and in an announcement in class. Pay close attention to the course website for updates and announcements! Decorum: Texting, cell phone conversations, Facebook, Twitter, Snapchat, Instagram, Tinder, Yik-Yak, &c. &c. are simply not welcome in the classroom. If you feel compelled to surrender your privacy to rapacious Silicon Valley marketeers, please do so outside our sacred halls of learning. With that said, you are free to use laptops or tablets, and I will not monitor, parent, or police you in any way. I assume you are mature and responsible enough to come to the classroom prepared and focused. Accommodations for Students with Disabilities: Wesleyan University is committed to ensuring that all qualified students with disabilities are afforded an equal opportunity to participate in and benefit from its programs and services. To receive accommodations, a student must have a documented disability as defined by Section 504 of the Rehabilitation Act of 1973 and the ADA Amendments Act of 2008, and provide documentation of the disability. Since accommodations may require early planning and generally are not provided retroactively, please contact Disability Resources as soon as possible. If you believe that you need accommodations for a disability, please contact Dean Patey in Disability Resources located in North College, room 021, or call for an appointment to discuss your needs and the process for requesting accommodations. Extracurriculars & Scheduling Conflicts: This syllabus contains the relevant deadlines for major assignments. You must notify me by the second week of the term about any known or potential extracurricular conflicts (such as religious observances, graduate or medical school interviews, or team activities). If you have a conflict on the due date of an assignment, I am happy to accept an assignment turned in ahead of time. I will not accept assignments which are late due to extracurricular scheduling conflicts. It is your responsibility to turn in the assignment on or before the due date. Academic Honesty and Honorable Conduct: As a member of the Wesleyan community, you are expected to follow the Wesleyan Student Honor Code. I take very seriously my commitment to teaching you the scholarly values of proper citation and attribution. Accordingly, I will report all incidents of suspected academic dishonesty without exception to the Honor Board. If you have any questions about the proper citation practices, please do not hesitate to contact me. Late Assignments: Late critical reflection essays will be deducted one letter grade immediately, followed by another letter grade for every extra day the assignment is late. Quizzes are held promptly at the beginning of class; unless you have a real, documented medical emergency, there is no way to make up a missed quiz. Version 1.0 Page 2 of 8

3 Required books Rupert Gethin The foundations of Buddhism. Oxford: Oxford University Press. ISBN This book is available through Wesleyan s library in electronic format. Click this link. Todd Lewis, ed Buddhists: understanding Buddhism through the lives of practitioners. Malden, MA: Wiley. ISBN This book is available through Wesleyan s library in electronic format. Click this link. Donald S. Lopez, Jr., ed Buddhist scriptures. London: Penguin. ISBN Paul Williams Mahayana Buddhism: the doctrinal foundations. 2nd edition. London: Routledge. ISBN NOTE: Wesleyan s library has only the first edition in its collections; we require the second edition for this course. I recommend you purchase the book. Course Outline T 8 September: Introduction Gethin Introduction, pp. 1 6 Lewis Introduction, pp. 1 9 Th 10 September: Buddha Gethin ch. 1, The Buddha: the story of the Awakened One, pp Lopez 14, The noble search, pp ; 17, Why the Buddha had good digestion, pp T 15 September: Dharma Gethin ch. 2, The word of the Buddha, pp ; ch. 3, Four truths, pp Lopez 37, The direct path to enlightenment, pp Web Setting in motion the wheel of the dhamma (Dhammacakkappavattanasutta; from Saṃyuttanikāya 56.11, trans. Bodhi 2000, pp ); Th 17 September: Saṅgha Gethin ch. 4, The Buddhist community, pp Lopez 13, The Three Jewels, pp ; 25, The evolution of ordination, pp ; 26, Making men into Version 1.0 Page 3 of 8

4 monks, pp T 22 September: Growth and development of the Buddhist orders Gethin ch. 2, The word of the Buddha, pp Lewis ch. 1, The female householder Mallika, pp Lopez 15, A life of the Buddha, pp Recommended reading: Gethin ch. 6, No self, pp Th 24 September: The rise of Mahāyāna Buddhism Geographic quiz at beginning of class! Gethin ch. 9, The Mahāyāna, pp Lopez 7, Two Buddhas seated side by side, pp ; 19, Rūpyāvatī gives away her breasts, pp ; 43, The bodhisattva vow, pp Williams ch. 1, Introduction, pp T 29 September: Abhidharma and the Perfection of Wisdom Gethin ch. 8, The Abhidharma, pp ; ch. 9, The Mahāyāna, pp Lopez 51, The Perfection of Wisdom, pp Williams ch. 2, The Perfection of Wisdom, pp Recommended reading: Gethin ch. 5, The Buddhist cosmos, pp Th 1 October: Madhyamaka Gethin ch. 9, The Mahāyāna, pp Lewis ch. 4, Nāgārjuna, pp Williams ch. 3, Mādhyamika, pp T 6 October: The Practice of Yoga Gethin ch. 9, The Mahāyāna, pp Lopez 39, Serenity and discernment, pp Williams ch. 4, Yogācāra, pp Version 1.0 Page 4 of 8

5 Th 8 October: Tathāgatagarbha Terminology quiz #1 at the beginning of class! Gethin ch. 9, The Mahāyāna, pp Williams ch. 5, Tathāgatagarbha, pp Web The Tathāgatagarbha Sūtra, in Donald S. Lopez, ed. Buddhism in Practice T 13 October: Buddhism comes to China Web: Mouzi: Disposing of error. Sources of Chinese Tradition, pp Web: Robert H. Sharf The Scripture in Forty-two Sections. In Donald S. Lopez, Jr., ed. Religions of China in Practice. Princeton: Princeton University Press. pp Web: Sylvie Hureau Translations, apocrypha, and the emergence of the Buddhist canon. In John Lagerwey and Lü Pengzhi, eds. Early Chinese Religion, Part Two: The Period of Division ( AD). Vol in Handbook of Oriental Studies, Section 4: China. Leiden: Brill: Th 15 October: Buddhist adaptations in China Lopez 30, Making new monastic rules, pp ; 56, The practice of no thought, pp Williams ch. 6, Huayan, pp Web: Henrik H. Sørensen The history and practice of early Chan. In Morten Schlütter, ed. Readings of the Platform Sūtra. Columbia: Columbia University Press. pp T 20 October: Buddhist integration in China Lewis ch. 33, A modern Chinese laywoman, pp Lopez 44, Freeing birds and fish from bondage, pp ; 46, Feeding hungry ghosts, pp Web Raoul Birnbaum Buddhist China at the century s turn. The China Quarterly 174: [22 pp.] Th 22 October: Esoteric Buddhism comes to Tibet Critical Reflection Essay #1 due at the beginning of class Gethin ch. 10, Evolving traditions of Buddhism, pp Lopez 53, Songs of the siddhas, pp Williams ch. 9, The path of the bodhisattva, pp Web The adoption of Buddhism and the foundation of Samyé monastery, in Kurtis R. Schaeffer, Matthew Kapstein, Version 1.0 Page 5 of 8

6 and Gray Tuttle, eds. 2013, Sources of Tibetan tradition, pp Web The introduction of esoteric Buddhism, in Kurtis R. Schaeffer, Matthew Kapstein, and Gray Tuttle, eds. 2013, Sources of Tibetan tradition, pp T 27 October: No class Fall Break! Th 29 October: Tibetan Buddhism Gethin ch. 10, Evolving traditions of Buddhism, pp Lewis ch. 6, Ma-chig Lab-dron, pp Lopez 48, Transforming death into Buddhahood, pp Web The beginnings of the Gandenpa School, in Kurtis R. Schaeffer, Matthew Kapstein, and Gray Tuttle, eds. 2013, Sources of Tibetan tradition, pp T 3 November: Modern Tibetan Buddhism Lewis ch. 20, Tenpe Gyaltsen, pp ; ch. 24, Hunger, hard work, and uncertainty, pp Web Gray Tuttle 2013, Uniting religion and politics in a bid for autonomy: Lamas in exile in China and America, in Gray Tuttle and Kurtis R. Schæffer, eds., The Tibetan history reader, pp Th 5 November: Buddhism in Śrī Laṅkā and Southeast Asia Gethin ch. 10, Evolving traditions of Buddhism, pp Lewis ch. 15, Pawinee Bunkhun, pp ; ch. 17, Corporal monk, pp T 10 November: Buddhism in Japan: State protection and Zen Lopez 3, Karma tales, pp ; 34, Zen for national defence, pp ; 55, Buddhahood in this lifetime, pp Web Richard Bowring The religious traditions of Japan, Cambridge: Cambridge University Press. Chapter 1: The introduction of Buddhism. pp ; Chapter 14: Zen Buddhism. pp Th 12 November: Buddhism in Japan: Lotus Buddhisms Lewis ch. 31, Building a culture of social engagement: Nichiren Buddhisms and Soka Gakkai Buddhists in Japan, pp Lopez 57, Finding enlightenment in the final age, pp Williams ch. 7, The Saddharmapuṇḍarīka (Lotus) Sūtra and its influences, pp Version 1.0 Page 6 of 8

7 T 17 November: Buddhism in modern Japan Lewis ch. 28, The life of a contemporary Japanese Buddhist priest, pp Web John Nelson 2013, Experimental Buddhism: innovation and activism in contemporary Japan, ch. 2, Japanese versions of Buddhism, pp Th 19 November: Pure Land Buddhisms Terminology quiz #2 at beginning of class! Lopez 8, Rebirth in the Land of Bliss, pp ; 9, Avoiding hell, gaining heaven, pp ; 42, Reciting the name of the Buddha, pp ; 58, The gift of faith, pp Web Natasha Heller 2014, Buddha in a box: the materiality of recitation in contemporary Chinese Buddhism, Material religion 10.3: T 24 November: Film: To the Land of Bliss Th 26 November: No class Thanksgiving Recess! T 1 December: Buddhist revival in Burma and Śrī Laṅkā Lewis ch. 16 Mahasi Sayadaw of Burma, pp ; ch. 18, The lure of renunciation and the ways of the world, pp Web George Bond, The Buddhist Revival in Sri Lanka, chapter 2: The early revival and Protestant Buddhism, pp Th 3 December: Buddhism in America: Theosophy and world religions Critical Reflection Essay #2 due at the beginning of class! Gethin ch. 10, Evolving traditions of Buddhism, pp Web David L. McMahan, The Making of Buddhist Modernism, chapter 4: Modernity and the discourse of scientific Buddhism, pp Web Henry Steel Olcott, A Buddhist Catechism T 8 December: Buddhism in America: The Beat Generation and beyond Lewis ch. 12, Legendary beat poet: Allen Ginsberg, pp Web Allen Ginsberg, Howl Web Gary Snyder, Smokey the Bear Sūtra Version 1.0 Page 7 of 8

8 Web Jan Nattier, Who is a Buddhist? Charting the Landscape of Buddhist America, from Charles Prebish & Kenneth K. Tanaka, eds. The Faces of Buddhism in America, pp Recommended Reading: Web Charles Prebish, American Buddhism: A Brief History, in Luminous Passage: The Practice and Study of Buddhism in America, pp Th 10 December: Modern global Buddhism Lewis ch. 11, Noah Levine: punk rocker and Buddhist meditation teacher, pp ; ch. 19, Becoming a Theravada Buddhist modernist in contemporary Nepal, pp Web David L. McMahan, The Making of Buddhist Modernism, chapter 2: The spectrum of tradition and modernism, pp Version 1.0 Page 8 of 8

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