Since 1986, the Donald Keene Center has provided free programs dedicated to introducing Japanese culture, in all its depth and diversity, to new audiences. Combining public outreach with interdisciplinary scholarship, the Center seeks not only to inform but also to inspire. As we celebrate our thirtieth anniversary, we look forward to your continued patronage and generous support in helping future generations to experience the richness of cultural discovery. Read more »
Upcoming EventsWelcome back! We have many exciting events scheduled for the Spring.
Lindsey E. DeWitt (JSPS Postdoctoral Fellow, Kyushu University)
Crafting the Sacred: Envisioning and Observing Mount Ōmine
Friday 27 January, 7 PM, 403 Kent Hall, Columbia University
Co-sponsored by the Columbia University Seminar in Buddhist Studies and the Center for Buddhist and East Asian Religions