Comparative Diplomatics: “How can Jesuits be mistaken for Buddhist monks? Ōuchi Yoshinaga’s 1552 commendation and its Portuguese and Latin Afterlives”
Thomas Conlan, East Asian Studies
Tue, 11/14 · 4:30 pm—6:30 pm · Jones 202
Center for Collaborative History; Program in Medieval Studies
Thomas Conlan (East Asian Studies) will be presenting on “How can Jesuits be mistaken for Buddhist monks? Ōuchi Yoshinaga’s 1552 commendation and its Portuguese and Latin Afterlives.”
All are welcome. Refreshments will be served!
Conveners: Thomas Conlan (East Asian Studies/History), Helmut Reimitz (History), Marina Rustow (Near Eastern Studies/History)
Coordinators: Stephanie Luescher (Near Eastern Studies) and Lucia Waldschuetz (History)
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Comparative Diplomatics is sponsored by the Center for Collaborative History with support from the Program in Medieval Studies.