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About Buddhism in America

 

About the author 

 

Harsha Menon, MA, MFA is an artist, filmmaker, scholar, and writer based in Cambridge, Massachusetts. She is a graduate of Harvard University.

 

Buddhism in America is published monthly.

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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
Robert H. N. Ho Family Foundation Scholar Ven. Thich Tam Tien Brings the Dharma to Harvard Divinity School
Scholar-monk offers retreats celebrating diverse perspectives on the Buddha's teaching
Uploaded 25 Apr 2019
Pioneering Himalayan Buddhism in the US: The Jacques Marchais Museum of Tibetan Art
A unique repository of Vajrayana culture in North America
Uploaded 21 Feb 2019
Bodhisattva Quan Am’s Blessings, the Aesthetics of Devotion in a Vietnamese Temple in Maine
Sowing the seeds of the Buddha’s teachings into the next generation
Uploaded 24 Jan 2019
Changing Perceptions: Reflections on the View of Theravada as the “Lesser Vehicle”
Ven. Upali Sraman illuminates some commonly held stereotypes
Uploaded 4 Jan 2019
On <i>Bhikkhunī Ordination</i> by Bhikkhu Analayo: An Interview with Bhante Kusala
Bhante Kusala translated Bhikkhu Analayo's latest book into Sinhala
Uploaded 7 Dec 2018
Reaching Out to the Incarcerated as a Buddhist Practice: A Tale of Compassion in Arkansas
A mandala of awakening for prison populations
Uploaded 30 Aug 2018
A Conversation with Jetsunma Tenzin Palmo on the State of Buddhism in the US
Female monasticism and the Buddhadharma in the West
Uploaded 21 Jun 2018
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