Confucianism, Taoism, Buddhism and Education SIG 171
Confucianism, Taoism, Buddhism and Education SIG 171
 
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Confucianism, Taoism, Buddhism and Education SIG 171

The Confucianism, Taoism, Buddhism and Education (CTBE) SIG was founded by Dr. Hongyu Wang from University of Oklahoma and Dr. Xin Li from California State University in 2008. 

CTBE SIG was established to bring together individuals who share a common interest in in-depth, cross-cultural, international dialogue on how Confucianism Taoism, and Buddhism in both classical and contemporary schools of thought can inform educational theory and practice between the east and the west. It provides opportunities for members to participate actively in the Association both through SIG activities and in leadership positions. 

CTBE SIG strives to become

o A home for eastern philosophy scholars

oA bridge of idea-exchange between the East and the West

oA platform for advancing human civilization and social change

From the east to the west, from the past to the present
 
 
Who We Are
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CTBE Executive Committee (2020-2023)

 

 

SIG Chair   Seungho Moon, Loyola University Chicago
smoon3@luc.edu



 
Program Chair        

Jie Yu, Rollins College

jyu@rollins.edu


 
Communication Chair           

James Yang, Beijing Normal University-Hong Kong Baptist University United International College

jameszhxyang@uic.edu.cn



 
Secretary/Treasurer                     

Yifan Sun, Rudolf Steiner University College

davina_sun@hotmail.com

Advisors

Jing Lin, University of Maryland

jinglin@umd.edu

Guofang Li, University of British Columbia

Guofang.li@ubc.ca

Dengting Boyanton, Shenzhou Tianli Education

dengting.boyanton@yahoo.com

Founders
 

Hongyu Wang, University of OklahomaHongyu_w2003@yahoo.com

Xin Li, California State University

 Xin.Li@csulb.edu

 

 

 

 

 

 

 
 
SIG Purpose
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Statement of Purpose

The purpose of the SIG 171, Confucianism, Taoism, Buddhism and Education is to bring together individuals who share a common interest in in-depth, cross-cultural, international dialogue on how Confucianism, Taoism, and Buddhism in both classical and contemporary schools of thought can inform educational theory and practice.

 
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