The Circled Square: Buddhist Studies in Higher Education is a new podcast series produced at the University of Toronto’s Robert H.N. Ho Family Foundation Centre for Buddhist Studies. We interview professors from academic institutions around North America, creating conversations about innovative teaching. Buddhism is now taught in many disciplines beyond religion, including anthropology, art history, and cognitive science. The series explores the diversity of approaches to teaching and learning with Buddhism taking place right now.
Episode 11 – Teaching Asian Art as Storytelling with Kerry Brown
Who We Are
Sarah Richardson (pictured below) hosts the podcast, interviewing guests from institutions around North America. Sarah is a historian of Buddhist visual and material practice, especially Himalayan painting. Betsy Moss (pictured below) is the podcast’s Creative Director and an art historian who teaches at several institutions in the Toronto area; she is also the program coordinator for the Centre for Buddhist Studies.
Host and Interviewer: Dr. Sarah Richardson
Creative Director: Dr. Betsy Moss
Director of the Ho Centre for Buddhist Studies and Consulting Producer: Dr. Frances Garrett
Consulting Producers: Anna-Liza Kozma and Jelena Jurak
Show Notes: Molly Mignault
Transcripts: Sam Keravica
Music: David Gradual Sunrise by David Hilowitz. Creative Commons Attribution-Non-Commercial 4.0 International (CC BY-NC 4.0) license. Accessed through the Free Music Archive
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