By Julia Stenzel A Talk by Professor Daniel Hirshberg on October 20, 2017 at McGill University Students of the history of Tibetan Buddhism are familiar with the renowned tantrika Padmasambhava and his eminent role in establishing Buddhism throughout the kingdoms of the Himalaya in the eighth century. They also learn that Padmasambhava is venerated by … Continue reading [Blog] Spontaneous Presence: The Rapid Normalization of Padmasambhava’s Iconography in Image (and Text)
Author: Julia Stenzel
Julia Stenzel teaches at Rangjung Yeshe Institute, Center for Buddhist Studies, Kathmandu University. She received her PhD from the School of Religious Studies, McGill University, Montreal, Canada, in the field of Indian and Tibetan Buddhism.
[Blog] Engaged Mindfulness, A Talk By Dr. Fleet Maull At McGill University
By Julia Stenzel On October 5, 2017, Dr. Fleet Maull, Director of the Prison Mindfulness Institute visited McGill University, School of Religious Studies, as part of the CREOR lecture series Buddha and the Other. In his presentation, entitled “Engaged Mindfulness,” Dr. Maull shared his insights into, and experience with socially engaged Buddhism, which he sees … Continue reading [Blog] Engaged Mindfulness, A Talk By Dr. Fleet Maull At McGill University