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Buddhist Studies at Stanford - YouTube Ajahn Viradhammo's talk "Reflections on a Monastic Life" at Stanford University

Buddhist Studies at Stanford - YouTube Ajahn Viradhammo's talk "Reflections on a Monastic Life" at Stanford University

Ajahn Viradhammo Audio Talk, Nov 2, 2015 by Buddhist Studies Stanford on SoundCloud

Ajahn Viradhammo Audio Talk, Nov 2, 2015 by Buddhist Studies Stanford on SoundCloud

"Broken Bodies: The Death of Buddhist Icons and Their Changing Ontology in 10th-12th Century China" talk on December 3, 32015. Wei-Cheng Lin is Associate Professor of Chinese art history in the Department of Art History at the University of Chicago.

"Broken Bodies: The Death of Buddhist Icons and Their Changing Ontology in 10th-12th Century China" talk on December 3, 32015. Wei-Cheng Lin is Associate Professor of Chinese art history in the Department of Art History at the University of Chicago.

Erica C.D. Hunter: "Syriac and Sogdian at Turfan: Questions of Audience and Transmission"

Erica C.D. Hunter: "Syriac and Sogdian at Turfan: Questions of Audience and Transmission"

Hwei-Tai seminar entitled "Exploring new discoveries of Buddhist literature in Gāndhārī"led by Richard Salomon, Professor of Asian Languages and Literature (Sanskrit) and William P. and Ruth Gerberding University Professor at the University of Washington

Hwei-Tai seminar entitled "Exploring new discoveries of Buddhist literature in Gāndhārī"led by Richard Salomon, Professor of Asian Languages and Literature (Sanskrit) and William P. and Ruth Gerberding University Professor at the University of Washington

Venerable Ajahn Viradhammo: "Reflections on a Monastic Life"

Venerable Ajahn Viradhammo: "Reflections on a Monastic Life"

Paul Groner: "What Did It Mean to Be Ordained in Medieval Japanese Tendai?"

Paul Groner: "What Did It Mean to Be Ordained in Medieval Japanese Tendai?"

Bernard Faure's talk at Stanford: "Giving the gods their due: Looking back at Japanese religion"

Bernard Faure's talk at Stanford: "Giving the gods their due: Looking back at Japanese religion"

Talk by Jason Neels: "Moving Narratives – Transmission of Avadānas and Jātakas in Gandharan Texts and Images" 4/28/2016 #hcbss16

Talk by Jason Neels: "Moving Narratives – Transmission of Avadānas and Jātakas in Gandharan Texts and Images" 4/28/2016 #hcbss16

Donald Lopez: "The Case Against Tulkus: Ippolito Desideri's Refutation of Reincarnation"

Donald Lopez: "The Case Against Tulkus: Ippolito Desideri's Refutation of Reincarnation"

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