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“Hyphenated-American”
A question of identity
Uploaded 28 Dec 2017
The Fiction of the Self: Ruth Ozeki
The act of storytelling as a performance of interbeing
Uploaded 24 Feb 2017
<i>Buddhistdoor View</i>: Engaged Buddhism, Donald Trump, and the Way of Compassion
On the question of Buddhist detachment
Uploaded 10 Feb 2017
The Contemporary Newar Art Movement of the Kathmandu Valley
The renaissance of Buddhist art in Nepal
Uploaded 13 Jan 2017
<i>Buddhistdoor View</i>—Learning From Race Issues in The United States
How can we create societies free from racial tensions?
Uploaded 22 Jul 2016
In Kumarajiva’s Shadow: The Chinese Buddhist Monk Dao’an
How the life of Dao'an reflects the transmission of Buddhism to China
Uploaded 11 Mar 2016
Kalmykia: Lore and Memory at the Far Side of the Buddhist World
Raymond Lam travels to the windswept steppes of Kalmykia to explore the history of a genuine frontier of Eurasian Buddhism.
Uploaded 21 Dec 2015
<i>Buddhistdoor View</i>: Letting Go of Extremism: The Middle Way
On the need for an alternative approach to countering extremism
Uploaded 27 Nov 2015
Sri Lanka: In Search of Reconciliation
I met Mawlavi Faiz, the chief caretaker and Imam of the Red Mosque in Kandy, on his way out after the evening prayers. On being asked his reaction to recent events in the southern towns of Aluthgama a
Uploaded 13 Mar 2015
“Buddhist Voices from the Land of Rivers:” In Conversation with Venerable Buddhadatta
This is the second article in our series “Buddhist Voices from the Land of Rivers.” Here, John Cannon converses with Venerable Buddhadatta from Wonmyung Meditation Center about the Buddhis
Uploaded 22 Aug 2014
“Buddhist Voices from the Land of Rivers:” Villagers Observing “Uposatha” in Rangamati
From 25 May to 4 June, John Cannon and Jnan Nanda traveled to Bangladesh to visit friends and Buddhist temples, including ancient archaeological sites in different parts of the country. They criss-cro
Uploaded 8 Aug 2014
Transforming Traditions: Mountain Worship in the Culture of the Kalmyk People
Editor’s note: Bakaeva Elza Petrovna has a PhD in History and is Deputy Director of the Kalmyk Institute for Humanities of the Russian Academy of Sciences (Russian Federation, Republic of Kalmykia, El
Uploaded 27 Dec 2013
Gaia Dharma: Self-determination on the Middle Way of Interdependency
“Rise and let go off all the chains...”   Kobzar, Taras Shevchekno   “To whom do you belong?” He asked the ploughmen. “We are the King’s property,&rd
Uploaded 13 Dec 2013
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