Economics and Capitalism in the Study of Buddhism, AAR Seminar: 2019, San Diego, California

Authenticity and Merit: Institutions and Economic Actors

Economics and Capitalism in the Study of Buddhism
Seminar
Theme: Authenticity and Merit: Institutions and Economic Actors
Sunday, 9:00 AM–11:30 AM
Hilton Bayfront-Sapphire L (Fourth Level)
Richard K. Payne, Graduate Theological Union, Presiding
Brenton Sullivan, Colgate University
Buddhist Bureaucrats and the Making of a Buddhist Empire
Matthew Milligan, Georgia College and State University
“Monastic Landlordism” as Institutionalization in Early Buddhism:
Evidence from Sri Lanka, c. 200 BCE to 200 CE
Kendall Marchman, University of Georgia
Perceiving Authenticity: Online Travel Reviews of Buddhist Tourist
Sites in China
Responding:
Kin Cheung, Moravian College
Business Meeting:
Fabio Rambelli, University of California, Santa Barbara, Presiding