Publications, Papers, Conferences

PUBLICATIONS

  • Book Forthcoming: The Lamp of Contemplation: Meditation and the Construction of Tibetan Buddhism.
  • Review of The Buddha Party: How the People’s Republic of China Works to Define and Control Tibetan Buddhism by John Powers. Accepted for publication in Nova Religio.
  • Review of Remembering the Lotus-Born. Padmasambhava in the History of Tibet’s Golden Age by Daniel Hirshberg. Accepted for publication in Revue d’Etudes Tibétaines. To be published April 2018.
  • “The Twenty or Eighteen Texts of the Mind Series: Scripture, Transmission, and the Idea of Canon in the Early Great Perfection Literature.” Accepted for publication in Revue d’Etudes Tibétaines. To be published December 2017.
  • “In Search of the Lost Manuscript: The Obscure Recension History of the Tenth Century Text The Lamp for the Eye in Meditation.” In Natasha Mikles and Benjamin Nourse, eds., Reading Relics of Speech: Material Approaches to Tibetan Texts. Leiden: Brill, forthcoming.
  • Review of New World Dharma, by Trevor Carolan. Nova Religio, vol. 20, no. 4 (May 2017).

PAPERS and CONFERENCES

  • 2017 NEH Summer Institute “Islam in Asia: Traditions and Transformations,” June 12 – July 7, 2017.
  • 2017 ASIANetwork Conference. Participant in the Panel “Global Cities, Local Memories in Japan,” Chicago April 7-9.
  • 2016 Invited to participate in the ASIANetwork Faculty Enhancement Program (ANFEP) Japan Seminar “Global Cities, Local Memories in Japan”June 9– June 30, 2016, directed by Prof. Ann Sherif, East Asian Studies Program, Oberlin College and Prof. Wendy Kozol, Comparative American Studies Program, Oberlin College. The seminar explored Japan’s ghosts of imperialism and militarism in relation to the lived experiences of “history and memory” as embodied by the nation’s major cities and visual cultures today.
  • 2015 Invited to present the talk From Suffering to Happiness: Buddhism and its Transformations in the West,” at the South Asia’s Fall Lecture Series at the University of Wisconsin-Madison on October 8th
  • 2015 Invited to participate in the Wabash Workshop “Teaching Theology and Religion in the Twenty-First Century” at the University of Virginia, June 27-28.
  • 2015 Invited to present at the Harvard Buddhist Studies Forum, April 6, 2015, Cambridge, Massachusetts. A Light in the Darkness: Meditation and the Construction of Tibetan Buddhism in 10th Century Tibet
  • 2014 Buddhist Studies Graduate Conference at the University of Virginia, Feb. 28 – Mar. 02 Charlottesville ,VA. “Different Paths, Different Destinations: Contemplative Practices in 10th Century Tibet.”
  • 2013 IATS (International Association of Tibetan Studies) in Mongolia, July 21-27 Ulaanbaatar, Mongolia “The Great Perfection Tradition: A Tibetan Response to Indian Tantric Theory and Practice.”
  • Graduate Student Conference in Buddhist Studies, University of Virginia Sept. 14-16, 2012. Moderator of the panel “Teaching Buddhism Today: Contemplative Techniques for the Classroom.”
  • American Academy of Religion 2011 Annual Meeting, San Francisco, California, November 19-22. Presented the paper Bringing New Light to Tibet’s Dark Age: The Lamp for the Eye in Meditation and the Tibetan Assimilation of Buddhism.
  • Buddhist Studies Group at the University of Virginia, Charlottesville, Virginia, November 11, 2011. Presented the paper Re-examining the Textual World of Nupchen Sangye Yeshe’s The Lamp for the Eye in Meditation.
  • 2010 IATS (International Association of Tibetan Studies) in Vancouver, British Columbia, August 15-22, 2010. Chair of the Panel Society and Community.
  • SIT Study Abroad’s Annual International Workshop, Accra, Ghana, August 2008. Delivered the talk: Study Abroad and the Ethics of Reciprocity.
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