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The Australian Government’s Religious Discrimination Bill: Implications and Controversies
A debate affecting all of Australia's faith communities
Uploaded 18 Sep 2019
A Bug in Boudhanath
Encounters on the Buddhist path
Uploaded 17 Sep 2019
<i>Buddhistdoor View</i>: Climate Disaster, Capitalism, and the Politics of Malice
Finding our moral courage in an age of political opportunism and cynicism
Uploaded 5 Sep 2019
Buddhist Iconography Along the Silk Road with Prof. Osmund Bopearachchi, Part Two – The Land Route
The second in a series on the spread of early Buddhism as seen through artistic images
Uploaded 3 Sep 2019
Spiritual Encounters: In Memory of Cui Xiuwen
On meeting a pioneering woman: feminism, Buddhism, and art
Uploaded 2 Sep 2019
Why Fold Paper Cranes? Japanese American Buddhists and Today’s Migrant Crisis
The third in a three-part series on recent protests against US immigration policies
Uploaded 30 Aug 2019
Buddhist Iconography Along the Silk Road, Part One – A Lecture by Prof. Osmund Bopearachchi
How trade, rivers, and oceans shaped the spread of Buddhism
Uploaded 21 Aug 2019
What American Buddhism Looks Like: Solidarity for Immigrants at Fort Sill
Healing past traumas by standing up for migrant children detained today
Uploaded 20 Aug 2019
An Interview with Renuka Gurung, Scholar of <i>Paubhā</i>, Part Two
On the nature and future of a traditional art
Uploaded 16 Aug 2019
<i>Carving the Divine:</i> The Vocation of Japanese Buddhist Woodcarving
Presenting one of Japan’s unique spiritual arts to the world on film
Uploaded 14 Aug 2019
One Hundred Shades of Grey: The Abstract Ink Paintings of Keiko Arai
Creating Japanese Zen Buddhist art that lives and breathes
Uploaded 13 Aug 2019
Nine Qualities of the Buddha
Understanding Pali chants
Uploaded 9 Aug 2019
Support for Letting Go – Community-based Hospice for our Beloved Animal Companions
Part 3 of a series on applied Buddhism for fully experiencing the end of our pets' lives
Uploaded 6 Aug 2019
Tibet on the Silk Road from a Curator’s Eye: An Exhibition Tour with Dr. David Pritzker
A groundbreaking exhibition showcasing early Tibetan art and culture
Uploaded 2 Aug 2019
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