How do different generations of Buddhist female teachers offer different things to their women students? What limitations are there in some Buddhist settings that may make some feel unwelcome? How does Boucher answer the question “Do women do it differently?” Why? -What do you think Boucher means by the “dance of gender” and why does she think it’s important to address?Week 6 Women in Confucianism and Daoism Terms: Yin/yang, K’ung Fu-tzu, ru, Pan Chao, Lessons For Women, Neo-Confucianism, footbinding, Dao Lao-tzi, Daode jing, sexual vampirism, adepts, Internal /External Alchemy, yin/yang in Daoism, abbesses, Mother Queen of the West-What are some of the arguments for or against Confucianism as a religion?-What is difference between Institutional and diffused religion? What are the four social settings of practice and how does this influence the definition of religion?-How did changes in the government impact the practice of Confucianism?-How do the 5 virtues and the 5 relationships influence the live of practitioners of Confucianism?-Who was Pan Chao and what did she do for women in Confucianism?-What impact did Neo-Confucianism have on women’s lives?-How did Daoist teaching impact women? What roles did women have in Daoism?