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Matthew T. Kapstein delivers the 2012 Khyentse Lecture

February 2012

On February 16th, approximately 80 people attended the 2012 Khyentse lecture by Matthew T. Kapstein, Numata Visiting Professor of Buddhist Studies at The University of Chicago Divinity School. In his lecture, entitled Tibet in the Age of Manuscripts: Reflections on Recent Textual Discoveries, Prof. Kapstein discussed newly discovered manuscripts and their implication for understanding Tibetan cultural history. Preceding Kapstein’s lecture, UC Berkeley student Kellie Marie Powell received the Khyentse Foundation’s Award for Excellence in Buddhist Studies from the foundation’s Executive Director Cangioli Che.

Robert Sharf delivers the introduction to the Khyentse Lecture

Robert Sharf delivers the introduction to the Khyentse Lecture



Cangioli Che (Khyentse Foundation) awards the student prize to Kellie Powell

Cangioli Che (Khyentse Foundation) awards the student prize to Kellie Powell



Robert Sharf, Kellie Powell and Cangioli Che

Robert Sharf, Kellie Powell and Cangioli Che



Jake Dalton introduces Matthew Kapstein

Jake Dalton introduces Matthew Kapstein

Matthew Kapstein

Matthew Kapstein



Audience

Audience



Jake Dalton, Matthew Kapstein, Steven Goodman, Cangioli Che and Robert Sharf

Jake Dalton, Matthew Kapstein, Steven Goodman, Cangioli Che and Robert Sharf



Matthew Kapstein and Robert Sharf (Chair Center for Buddhist Studies)

Matthew Kapstein and Robert Sharf
(Chair Center for Buddhist Studies)

Jake Dalton and Robert Goldman striking a pose

Jake Dalton and Robert Goldman
striking a pose