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Livia Kohn, Daoist Dietetics: Food for Immortality
An introductory overview of the main characteristics, historical developments, and recipes of the Daoist diet, including a discussion of Chinese medicinal diets,translations of original sources, and recipes (contents below).
February 2010, ISBN 978-1-931483-14-8, US $29.95 Prepublication offer, until 1 March 2010: US $25
Victor Mair, ed., Experimental Essays on Zhuangzi
A revised and expanded reprint of this important collection, originally published by the University of Hawaii Press in 1983. New papers by Erin Cline, Ronnie Littlejohn, Harold Roth, and Deborah Sommer (contents below).
February 2010, ISBN 978-1-931483-15-5, US $29.95 Prepublication offer, until 1 March 2010: US $25
Journal of Daoist Studies 3 (2010)
Five exciting new academic studies plus six contributions on contemporary practice, as well as recent news of the field (contents below).
February 2010, US: $26.50; Canada: $28.00; Overseas: $34.00
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Daoism Today: Science, Health, Ecology
6th International Conference on Daoist Studies
Loyola Marymount University, June 2-6, 2010
The sixth in a series of major conferences on Daoist studies and modern application, this continues a tradition that began in Boston (2003) and continued through Mt. Qingcheng (2004), Fraueninsel in Bavaria (2006), Hong Kong (2007), and Mt. Wudang (2009).
This years location is the spectacular campus of LMU in Los Angeles, with its scenic overlook of the Pacific Ocean and easy access to the airport and California sightseeing.
The theme is the application of Daoist theory and practice in the world today. Preferred topics include: Daoism in relation to science, medicine, cultivation, spirituality, history, culture, arts, music, ecology, ethics, and more.
Sponsors: Loyola Marymount University, Hong Kong Taoist Assn., Yosan University
CEUs: Continuing Education Units are available for Oriental Medicine professionals.
Presentations: individual papers (20 mins) or complete panels, with three papers plus chair, discussant (2 hour session).
Workshops: 2 hours, with emphasis on practice and experience
Language: English, some Chinese
Panels: Daoism and: Art; Business; Dietetics; Ecology; Ethics; Internal Alchemy; Leadership Education; Meditation; New World; Thunder Rites; Psychology; Thunder Rites; Womens Health;Yijing
Worshops: Applied Qi; Astrology; Bagua zhang; Breathing Practice; Daoist Music; Management Applications; Open Body Qigong; Womens Qigong
Schedule: After participants arrive on Wednesday, June 2, the conference begins on Thursday, June 3, at 9 a.m., with a plenary session. Panels will open at 10:30 a.m. and continue, with a break on Friday afternoon after 3 pm, through Sunday morning. A concluding forum will take place on Sunday, at 12 noon.
Keynotes: Livia Kohn, A Win-Win World: Where Science, Politics, and Daoism Meet
Hu Fuchen, Daoism in China: Contributions to a New Millennium
Fee: US $120 (participation, program, abstracts, two dinners, entertainment)
Payable at registration.
After March 1, 2010: $160.
Refunds: 80% until Feb. 1, 2010; 50% until May 1, 2010. No refunds after 5/1.
Note: You will not be put into the program until registration is complete and fee paid
Part-time: US $40 per day, for Friday or Sunday (includes lunch)
US $50 per day, for Thursday or Saturday (includes lunch and dinner)
To reserve: Go to http://www.paypal.com and send to email@example.com
Please indicate which day(s) you wish to attend.
Or pay cash/check at the door.
Registration: email firstname.lastname@example.org, providing the following information:
Paper title (if presenting)
On-campus room & board (db, sg)
Room & board (4-day package, incl. breakfast and lunch in dining hall)
US $240.00 (double occupancy)
deposit $120 at registration, remainder due March 1, 2010
US $400.00 (single occupancy)
deposit $200 at registration, remainder due March 1, 2010
Nearby: Custom Hotel, 8639 Lincoln Blvd, Los Angeles, http://www.customhotel.com
Tel: 310-645-0400; Fax: 310-645-0700; in walking distance
If booked through LMU, US $110 for two people per night, no food
Contact Robin Wang: email@example.com
Other: Many local motels and commercial places. Some as low as US $49 per room.
Check the web to find.
For drivers: free parking underneath the conference venue at 1 LMU Drive
Lunch: dining hall, full buffet, many options: US $12 per day, reserve in advance
on-campus delis, coffee shops: open only Thu and Fri
nearby restaurants: walk 15 minutes or so one way
bring your own brown bag
BY CHECK: make payable to ADC, mail to:
Robin Wang, Department of Philosophy, Loyola Marymount University
One LMU Drive, Los Angeles, CA 90045-4359
BY CREDIT CARD: go to http://www.daoiststudies.org, follow link to Conferences, then click ADD TO CART button for PayPal (Note: processing fee applies)
Deadlines: March 15, 2010: abstracts for papers (no late submissions!)
May 1, 2010: schedule and abstracts e-mailed and posted
Scholarships: fee waiver plus free on-campus housing (double occupancy) for
graduate students or new Ph.D.s
advanced students or new Lc.A.s
To apply, write to firstname.lastname@example.org, providing:
name, address, school, status (graduation date), supervisor, research project or
Daoist lineage/temple, paper abstract or workshop outline
Book Sales: Tables for book sales in the main hall of the conference are available
for $30.00 (unless presenting a workshop, fee waived).
Apply by writing to email@example.com.
A book signing event is scheduled Saturday at 5:30-6:30 pm.
Advertising: To place an ad in the conference program, please contact us at:
firstname.lastname@example.org. Cost is $30.00 for a half page (6×9 format)
Text and illustrations need to be in Word (.doc) format.
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