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No Easy Answers: Gesshin Claire Greenwood on Zen Life, Capitalism, and Feminism
Thoughts on the future of Buddhism in the West
Uploaded 23 May 2018
One Face of Liberation: Buddhist Feminism in Japan
The Zen-inspired activism of Hiratsuka Raichō
Uploaded 30 Oct 2017
<i>Buddhism and Ireland: From the Celts to the Counter-Culture and Beyond</i> – Book Review
Laurence Cox charts the involvement of Irishmen and women in Buddhism
Uploaded 15 Jul 2016
Curiosity and Doubt: The Spiritual Career of Judith Simmer-Brown
The spiritual enquiries of an American Buddhist scholar
Uploaded 19 Feb 2016
<i>Buddhistdoor View</i>: The Search for an Identity in Buddhist Studies
Buddhist Studies in the academy is going through a gradual and understated trend. Yet, this trend is one of the most important stages in its intellectual evolution. Since the 1990s, Buddhist Studies h
Uploaded 21 Nov 2014
Spiritual Borderlands: Folklore, Identity, and Vajrayana in Southern Siberia
Lore, history, and society at the far reaches of the Buddhist world
Uploaded 17 Oct 2014
Dakini Power: Buddhist Women Speak Out
Review of Michaela Haas' book on the Buddhist feminine
Uploaded 19 Sep 2014
"There's a lot of catching up to do" - Full Interview with Karma Lekshe Tsomo
Editor's note: Ven. Karma Lekshe Tsomo is the Branch and Chapter Coordinator of Sakyadhita International Association of Buddhist Women. In this series of seven questions we presented to her, she refle
Uploaded 14 Oct 2013
Rita Gross: “Buddhism and Feminism have always shared a voice”
Although she is now retired, Professor Rita Gross cuts a familiar figure to her early days as an academic advocating gender equality. She remains a faithful Tibetan Buddhist, but fearless in critiquin
Uploaded 14 Aug 2013
Buddhism for Women, Women for Buddhism: Mobilizing Grassroots Groups
Ven. Karma Lekshe Tsomo is the Branch and Chapter Coordinator of Sakyadhita International Association of Buddhist Women. In this series of seven questions we presented to her, she reflects on some key
Uploaded 15 Mar 2013
A Noble Rebirth
I used to think that if there is such a thing as a next life, and I could choose to be reborn as a woman or a man, I would choose to be a man. Partly out of curiosity, and because it would make a chan
Uploaded 5 Nov 2012
Sacred Speech and Sacred Bodies
This is a modified version of an article I wrote for MouthLondon, a London youth, media and journalism magazine. The cosmopolitanism of London is one of the many reasons why I’m an Anglophile, b
Uploaded 20 Nov 2011
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