Burke Lecture: Buddhism in a Global Age of Technology
by Lewis R. Lancaster, The Buddhist Channel, April 26, 2008
Berkeley, CA (USA) -- A distinguished scholar of Buddhism, Lewis Lancaster founded the Electronic Cultural Atlas Initiative to use the latest computer technology to map the spread of various strands of Buddhism from the distant past to the present. Series: "Burke Lectureship on Religion & Society", UC Berkeley, April 10, 2008
About Lewis Lancaster
Lewis Lancaster, Professor Emeritus, Department of East Asian Languages and Cultures Ph.D. University of Wisconsin
Professor Lancaster is the founder and Director of the Electronic Cultural Atlas Initiative (ECAI). ECAI (www.ecai.org) is promoting worldwide electronic access to quality research data.
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