Buddhism

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Video: Oral History of Tibetan Studies

The discipline of Tibetan Studies originated in the 1960s and 1970s. Its name was coined and the first international association established at a 1979 conference in Oxford.

People: Anna Sehnalova and Rachael Griffiths

Anna Sehnalova from Wolfson College, and Rachael Griffiths from St Hilda's College, have created the Oral History of Tibet Project at the University of Oxford.  The Project seeks to interview...

Video: The Buddha's Wife: The Path of Awakening Together

Janet Surrey, a Psychologist at The Jean Miller Training Institute wrote a novel published in 2015 called The Buddha's Wife with her husband Samuel Shem.

People: Janet Surrey, PhD

Janet Surrey, PhD, is a Buddhist dharma leader and clinical psychologist internationally known for her work on relational theories of women’s psychological development, diversity, mothering,...

Video: Tantric Buddhism in Bhutan

Dr Cathy Cantwell from the Oriental Institute is interviewed by fellow University of Oxford academic Prof Denis Noble.

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