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<i>American Sutra</i>: On the Incarceration of Japanese Americans in WWII
An interview with author Duncan Ryuken Williams
Uploaded 23 May 2019
The Chan (Zen) Connection between China and Tibet: A Conversation with Sam van Schaik
Shedding light on early Tibetan Buddhist history and practice
Uploaded 11 May 2019
Big Book, Small Kingdom
Ambitious photographic glimpses of the Himalayan Kingdom of Bhutan
Uploaded 4 May 2019
<i>Buddhistdoor View</i>: Refining the Art of Being Human
Why the humanities matter to spiritual and material wellbeing
Uploaded 16 Mar 2019
Tracing the Contours of Buddhism in America with Ann Gleig
The evolution of American Dharma
Uploaded 14 Mar 2019
<i>Yasodhara</i>: Retellings and Hagiographies of the Buddhist Feminine
Gleaning fresh meaning from timeless stories and lore
Uploaded 20 Feb 2019
Fearsome and Impeccably Coiffed: Centering Women in <i>Yasodhara</i>
A review of Vanessa Sasson’s new novel on the Buddha’s wife
Uploaded 11 Feb 2019
Oh, the Places We Won’t Go: Dr. Seuss Let Loose on Trump’s Proposed Border Wall
Analyzing the absurdity of division and exclusion through the satire of Dr. Seuss
Uploaded 1 Feb 2019
Using <i>A Christmas Carol</i> to Clarify Your Core Values
An unabashedly sentimental and at times a brutally compassionate guide to personal transformation
Uploaded 24 Dec 2018
Compassion at the Edge
A book review of Joan Halifax's latest book Standing at the Edge
Uploaded 10 Dec 2018
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