About Academic Reflections

 

Vanessa Sasson is a professor of Religious Studies in the Liberal Arts Department of Marianopolis College where she has been teaching since 1999. She is also a Research Fellow for the Institute for Studies in Race, Reconciliation, and Social Justice at the University of the Free State, as well as adjunct professor of Comparative Religion at McGill University. She has a strong publication record, with books, edited volumes, and a number of academic journal articles in her name.  

 

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Monastic Robes And Tattoos
How appearances can matter, at least to others
Uploaded 15 May 2018
The Patriarchal Legacy of Maya’s Death
Transcending gender bias on the path to liberation
Uploaded 16 Apr 2018
Everything You Need to Know About Flying Monks . . .
Brushes with the mysterious Dharma
Uploaded 13 Mar 2018
An Ode to the Canadian Winter
Lessons on change and impermanence
Uploaded 13 Feb 2018
Decapitated Buddhas At Borobudur
From Java to the Met: Buddhism’s artistic legacy
Uploaded 15 Jan 2018
Awakening is Still Lifetimes Away
Sparring with impermanence
Uploaded 4 Dec 2017
In Between Moments Of Patriarchy . . . Something Special Happens
A precious moment of female-focused inspiration in the midst of the male narrative
Uploaded 7 Nov 2017
The Buddhist Retirement Plan
Thoughts on age and spiritual maturity
Uploaded 29 Sep 2017
Touring Buddhist Hell
The phenomenon of Buddhist hell gardens
Uploaded 25 Aug 2017
The Many Buddhas of Malaysia
A pilgrimage into a diversity of Buddhism
Uploaded 28 Jul 2017
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