Li Zijie

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Zijie Li
English Phonetics Li Zijie 李子捷
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Chinese Script 李子捷
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Dates
Birth:   1987
Place of birth:   China


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Website:   Academia.edu SOAS
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Primary Affiliation (Workplace)
SOAS
PhD University
Komazawa University
Education
BA degree (in Japanese language and culture) and MA degree (in Chinese Buddhism and Chinese Philosophy) from Xi’an (China), and another MA degree (East Asian Buddhism) from Ryukoku University in Kyoto (Japan), and a Ph.D. degree (in East Asian Buddhism) from Komazawa University in Tokyo, Japan (under the guidance of Ishii Kosei and Matsumoto Shiro).
Biographical information
Li Zijie 李 子捷 achieved a Ph.D. degree in East Asian Buddhism from Komazawa University in Tokyo under the guidance of Ishii Kōsei and Matsumoto Shirō. He was subsequently elected as a JSPS Postdoctoral Fellow at the Institute of Humanities of Kyoto University, under the guidance of Funayama Tōru. He is now a Robert H. N. Ho Family Foundation Postdoctoral Fellow at SOAS University of London (Centre of Buddhist Studies), hosted by Lucia Dolce. His main research area is the history of East Asian Buddhist Thought between the 5th and 7th centuries. He is the author of Kukyō ichijō hōshōron to higashiajia bukkyō: Go—nana seiki no nyoraizō, shinnyo, shushō no kenkyū『究竟一乗宝性論』と東アジア仏教 ── 五—七世紀の如来蔵・真如・種姓説の研究 [The Ratnagotravibhāga and East Asian Buddhism: A Study on the Tathāgatagarbha, Tathatā and Gotra between the 5th and 7th Centuries] (Tokyo: Kokusho kankōkai, 2020). (Source: SOAS)
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