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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
<i>Buddhistdoor View</i>: Renewing the Joy of Encountering the Other This Festive Season
Engendering connections and open dialogue in the season of good will
Uploaded 23 Dec 2016
Living Dr. Ambedkar’s Vision
Babasaheb's legacy in the 21st century
Uploaded 18 Nov 2016
Standing Together: Rev. Angel Kyodo Williams’ <i>Radical Dharma</i> – Book Review
Working toward collective liberation
Uploaded 30 Sep 2016
Exploring Buddhist Teachings at the 10th International Conference on Conflict Resolution Education
Identifying the root causes of conflict and ways of resolving it
Uploaded 30 Jun 2016
Buddhism in Northern Europe: A Snapshot - Khuong Viet Temple, Norway
Bridging the divide between "ethnic" and "Western" Buddhism
Uploaded 29 Jan 2016
Airbrushing our Heroes
Exploring the acceptance and forgiveness of our own failings and those of others
Uploaded 29 Jan 2016
Seon and the City
Exploring an 8th century temple amid the bustle and glamour of downtown Seoul
Uploaded 24 Dec 2015
When Good Intentions Are Directed by Wrong View
False assumptions, ignorance, and unintentional harm
Uploaded 19 Jun 2015
Monastic Schools and Their Role in Myanmar
There is a banner above the gateway of Parahita Monastery, in the Bago region of Myanmar, which reads “Maha Pyinnya Beikman - Youth Development Centre and Monastic Education School.” At th
Uploaded 27 Feb 2015
Buddhism Today and Tomorrow: Challenges and Prospects
In some countries in Asia Buddhism still takes the form that it has assumed for well over a thousand years. Due to its long-standing tradition, many people believe that as a religion it has always bee
Uploaded 2 Jan 2015
<i>Buddhistdoor View</i>: Unattached Involvement
The demonstrations in Hong Kong continue to drag on. Not long after they started, reports began to cover the involvement of Christian leaders in student and activist circles. The pugilistic Catholic r
Uploaded 24 Oct 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
The Urgency of Recognition: Female Buddhist monastics in Bangladesh
After a long interlude in which the Theravada Bhikkhuni Sangha was presumed extinct, the Sri Lankan lineage was re-established in 1998 at Bodhgaya with the help of Chinese Buddhist nuns. Recent progre
Uploaded 23 May 2014
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