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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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A Time of Giving: A Christmas Meditation on Generosity for Buddhists
A central practice to reflect on this holiday season
Uploaded 12 Dec 2018
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
Toward a Multi-faith Vision of University Chaplaincy in America: An Interview with Reverend Greg McGonigle
Manifesting spiritual inclusivity in American universities
Uploaded 27 Apr 2018
Ho Family Foundation Scholars Participate in Harvard Conference on Buddhism and Race
Participants discussed how Buddhist principles could ameliorate the suffering of those under systemic oppression worldwide.
Uploaded 29 Mar 2018
Historic Vinaya Teaching at Sravasti Abbey – A First for Buddhist Nuns in the United States
Master Wu Yin and her disciples share teachings on the Dharmaguptaka Vinaya
Uploaded 22 Feb 2018
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