Jack Laughlin - Professeur agrégé

DéPARTEMENT de sciences religieusesJack Laughlin
Tél.: 705-673-5661 ext. 154
Courriel: jlaughlin@usudbury.ca

Éducation
  • B.A.(Hons) Religious Studies, University of Regina
  • M.A. Religious Studies, McMaster University
  • Ph.D. Religious Studies, McMaster University
Sujets de spécialisation
  • Buddhism, Hinduism, Death and Immortality
Cours enseignés
  • RLST 1005 Religion and Roots
  • RLST 2205 The World's Living Religions
  • RLST 2256 Islam: Origins and Development
  • RLST 2266 Death and Immortality in the Religions of the East
  • RLST 2267 Death and Immortality in the Religions of the West
  • RLST 2276 Buddhism: The Hinayana Tradition
  • RLST 2277 Buddhism: The Mahayana Tradition
  • RLST 3276 Hinduism: Origins and Development
  • RLST 3277 Hinduism: Modern Interpreters and Modern Movements
  • RLST 4225 Special Readings in Religions of the World
Intérêts de recherche
  • Jain Monasticism
Publications récentes
  • Aradhakamurti/Adisthayakamurti: Popular Piety, Politics and the Medieval Jain Temple Portrait, Bern: Peter Lang AG, 2003.
  • "The Paduka in Jain Art and History," Jinamanjari.
  • "Jain Monasticism in "An Age Without Eminence": The Early History of a Jain Cult of the Monastic Dead." In Mysticism: Selected Essays. Essays in Honour of John Sahadat. Edited by Melchior Mbonimpa and Guy Bonneau. Sudbury: Éditions Glopro, 2002. Reprinted in Jinamanjari (forthcoming).
  • "Portraiture in the Patronage of the Jain Ministers Vastupala and Trejahpala" In Pilgrims, Patrons, and Place Localizing Sanctity in Asian Religions, Edited by Phyllis Granoff and Koichi Shinohara. Vancouver: University of British Columbia Press, 2003.
  • "Jain Monasticism in "An Age Without Eminence": Religious Gifting and the Acquisition and Transfer of Merit," Asiatische Studien Études Asiatiques L.V., no.2(2001): 321-347.