About Academic Reflections

 

About the author 

 

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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The Butterfly and the Rhinoceros
Meditations on solitude and COVID-aloneness
Uploaded 16 Oct 2020
Money Makes the COVID World Go Round
Rethinking our priorities and changing direction
Uploaded 21 Aug 2020
Wrestling with the Big and the Small
Finding space in our lives for the littler things
Uploaded 15 Jun 2020
Let there Be Loss
Giving ourselves permission to grieve
Uploaded 1 Apr 2020
Staring at a Street Corner: And the Breathing Room that Comes With It
Disconnecting for a more mindful life
Uploaded 17 Dec 2019
Education Versus the Employment Factory
The wisdom of learning
Uploaded 19 Nov 2019
A Bug in Boudhanath
Encounters on the Buddhist path
Uploaded 17 Sep 2019
Medical Torture and Why We Do It
On life, death, and suffering
Uploaded 19 Jul 2019
Tales of the Emerald Buddha: Simplicity and Splendor
Perceptions and preconceptions of Buddhist doctrine
Uploaded 18 Jun 2019
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