Imre Hamar

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Imre Hamar is a professor of Chinese studies at Eötvös Loránd University (Budapest). He graduated from Eötvös Loránd University majoring in Tibetan and Chinese in 1992. He received his Ph.D. in 1997 and his Habilitation in 2004. He became the doctor of the Hungarian Academy of Sciences in 2016.

Imre  HAMAR  郝清新

Eotvos Lorand University匈牙利羅蘭大學

Imre Hamar is a professor of Chinese studies at Eötvös Loránd University (Budapest). He graduated from Eötvös Loránd University majoring in Tibetan and Chinese in 1992. He received his Ph.D. in 1997 and his Habilitation in 2004. He became the doctor of the Hungarian Academy of Sciences in 2016.

He is the vice rector of the international affairs at Eötvös Loránd University and the director of the Institute of East Asian Studies and the Confucius Institutes.

His research field is Chinese Buddhism, especially the Huayan school. He was Fulbright visiting professor at University of Virginia and Numata visiting professor at Hamburg University.

He is the author of A Religious Leader in the Tang: Chengguan’s Biography (The International Institute for Buddhist Studies Tokyo, 2002) and the editor of Reflecting Mirrors: Perspectives on Huayan Buddhism (Harrassowitz Verlag, 2007).

Name:  Imre Hamar

Born in Győr (Hungary), 1. April 1967.

1992 MA degree of Eötvös Loránd University (Chinese and Tibetan) 

1997 Ph.D. degree of the Hungarian Academy of Science, title of thesis: Modifications in Huayan tradition in 8-9th century - Chengguan’s life and his theory of the four dharma-dhātus 

1997 assistant professor at the Department of East Asian Studies, Eötvös Loránd University (ELTE). Other teaching experiences: 1991-96. teaching Chinese Buddhism at the Gate of the Dharma Buddhist College. 1994-97. teaching ancient Chines History and the History of Chinese Religions at the Department of Ancient History of József Attila University(Szeged). 

2001  associate professor at ELTE 

2002 head of the Department of East Asian Studies 

2003  director of doctoral program in Chinese Studies 

2004 habilitation, title of thesis: Manifestation of Buddha 

2006-2007 vice dean of international affairs, Faculty of Humanities 

2006 director of ELTE Confucius Institute 

2008 director of Institute of East Asian Studies 

2008 full professor of Chinese studies 

Study trips:

1990-91 one year at Institute for Foreign Language (Yuyan Xueyuan) in Beijing 

1992-93 one year at Normal University in Taipei 

1997  two months at the University of Vienna, advisor: Prof. Ernst Steinkellner 

1998  three months at Kansai Institute in Japan (Japan Foundation) 

1999  two months at Hamburg University, advisor: Prof. Lambert Schmithausen (DAAD) 

2001-2002 six months at Otani University, advisor: Prof. Noritoshi Aramaki (Japan Foundation) 

2004  three months at Center for Chinese Studies, Taipei 

Conferences:

1992  Conference for the 150. jubilee of Kőrösi Csoma Sándor’s death (Budapest) 

1997 35th Conference of International Congress of Asian and North African Studies (Budapest) 

1998 AAS meeting (Boston) Conference of the International Association of Buddhist Studies (Lausanne) 

2000 Conference of the European Association of Chinese Studies (Torino) 

2002 Conference of the European Association of Chinese Studies (Moscow) Conference of International Association of Buddhist Studies (Bangkok) 

2003 Daoism and Contemporary World: An International Conference of Daoist Studies (Boston) Conference of European Associaton of Chinese Linguistics (Ghent) International Conference Commemorating Venerable Songchol (Seoul) Conference Commemorating Pál Miklós (Budapest) Great Buddha Symposium 2. (Nara) 

2004 Huayan/Kegon Conference (Budapest) – organizer 

2005 Chinese Buddhism (Los Angeles) World Chinese Conference (Beijing) Conference of International Association of Buddhist Studies (London) 

2006 Conference of European Associaton of Chinese Linguistics (Budapest) Chinese Buddhist Historiography (Hamburg) 

2007 Stein and Dunhuang (Budapest) – organizer 

2008 2. Huayan Conference (Paris) –organizer 

2009 The International Symposium on the History and Present Condition of Cultural Exchange between China and Central & Eastern Europe (Budapest) – szervező The Dilun tradition in China and its impact (Geumgang University, Korea) 

2010 Conference on Cross-cultural Researches on Buddhist Mythology (Beijing University) 

2011 The first international academic conference of the Huayen in China (Xi’an) 

Lectures:

1998 Harvard University 

1999 Hamburg University 

2002 Tokyo University Soka University (Tokyo) 

2003 Dongguk University (Gyongju) 

2004 Hamburg University 

2005 Oxford University 

2007 École Française d’Extrême-Orient 

2008 University of Virginia 

2009 UCLA, Berkeley, Wittenberg University (Ohio), Middlebury College, Coulmbia University, University of Notre Dame, University of Chicago, University of Washington 

2011 University for Advanced Buddhist Studies, Tokyo 

Visiting professorship:

2008 Sept-

2009 June University of Viriginia, Dept. of Religious Studies, Fulbright grant 

2010 May-

2010 July  Numata visiting professor at Hamburg University 

2010 August  teaching in Chengdu at the summer university organised by University of British Columbia and Renmin Daxue 

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