India: Himalayan Buddhist Art and Architecture

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India: Himalayan Buddhist Art and Architecture

Examine art his­tory and Buddhism while traveling through the Indian Himalaya and onto the Tibetan plateau in India. The program’s unique design will allow you to experience Buddhist art and architecture, not just in the classroom or through text, but as a living tradition in historical and contem­porary contexts. Learning will take place in classrooms, monasteries, temples, and meadows, and on mountain­sides. Please visit our website for more information

Subjects

  • Asian And Asian American Studies
  • Art History
  • Religious Studies
  • Architecture
  • Arts

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