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All Presentations in alphabetical order

  1. “Not instant soup!”: Negotiating belief in a Tibetan Buddhist forum by Maria Sharapan
  2. A Buddhist view of world peace by Ven. Ashin Indaka
  3. A Comparative Analysis of Nāgārjuna’s Śūnyatā Doctrine and Its Connection with Early Buddhism by Sanjoy Barua Chowdhury
  4. A Critical Approach To The Classification Of Buddhist Ethics In Theravada Buddhism by Ven.Sumana
  5. A Critique of Buddhist Education in Bangladesh by Ven. Shakya Priya Barua
  6. A Dynamic Explanation Of Gods In The Theravāda Buddhist Social Philosophy by Dr. Sadhana Ratna Samanera
  7. A Photographer from Buryatia by Marju Broder
  8. A Postcolonial Perspective on the (Mis)reading of the Inconceivable Sign in The Lotus Sutra as a World Literary Canon by Che-ming Yang
  9. A Short Introduction to Non-dual Awareness by Will Pascoe
  10. A Study On The Buddhist Revival In 19th Century In Sri Lanka by H.H.N.S. Hewawasan
  11. Adapting the Monastic Vinaya to Australian Society by Ajahn Brahmāli
  12. Addiction management and Buddhist psychotherapy by Dr Patricia Sherwood
  13. Advancements And Challenges Of Buddhist Nuns In Bangladesh by Ven. Shakya Priya Barua
  14. Ajahn Brahm: A History of Buddhism in Western Australia
  15. An Analytical Study of Appamāda-Suttas in Pāli Tipitaka by Venerable Aung Shing Marma
  16. An Analytical Study of Dhammasanghani “Atthakatha” Commentary in Pali Tipitaka by Ven. Swe Sing Mong Marma
  17. An Arhat’s Altruism Found in the Sarvāstivādin Notion of Araņā by Ven. Dr. Yuan Liu
  18. Anatta And The Experience Of Reality by Will Pascoe
  19. Being-With-Uncertainty: Exploring Muddy Waters in Formal Education by Bec Sahr
  20. ''Buddha and Peace'' by Ven. Dr. Bulgan
  21. Buddha Nature and Zen : Origin and Representation in Japanese Architecture by Prof. Wong Wah Sang
  22. Buddha Smiling in Karnataka by Dr. Shrishail Nagaral
  23. Buddha’s teachings are universal; regardless of race and caste by Udoy Barua
  24. Buddhagaya, The Light Of Asia And Struggle For Spritual Mastery by Ven. Dr. Varasambodhi Thera
  25. Buddhism & Science in the 21st Century by Cicero T. Cortel
  26. Buddhism and Chakma Community by Venerable Soitiyo Lankar Vantey
  27. Buddhism and It’s History in Sri Lanka by Pasan Ganegama
  28. Buddhism and its history in India by Priyanand Chakma
  29. Buddhism and mental health: recovering from stress and anxiety by Dr Patricia Sherwood
  30. Buddhism and monastic communities in Germany by Carola Roloff
  31. Buddhism and Social Democracy; Indian Perspective by Dr. H.T. Pote and Ph.D, D.Litt
  32. Buddhism as a Religion of Universal Appeal and Communal Harmony: Exploring the Impact on Socio-Cultural Fabric of Punjab by Dr. Mohammad Idris Lourey
  33. Buddhism as an International Movement for Peace and Well-Being by Dr. Ian Cook
  34. Buddhism In Ancient Assam (India) –a Study by Dr.Bandana Baruah
  35. Buddhism in Bangladesh : A Brief History by Professor Dr. Dipankar Srijinan Barua
  36. Buddhism in Bangladesh by Venerable Praben Kamer Barua
  37. Buddhism in Indonesia, Past and Present by Ven. Ditthisampanno
  38. Buddhism in the History of Latvia by Marika Laudere
  39. Buddhism, Distance Learning and Teaching the Dharma: Past and Present by Nick Swann
  40. Buddhism: A Portable Religion in Australia by Lewis Lancaster
  41. Buddhist Approach to Overcome Environmental Crisis by Dr. Bikiran Prasad Barua
  42. Buddhist cosmology and contemporary astronomy and astrophysics are not brothers by Ng Xin Zhao
  43. Buddhist Linkages between India and Mongolia: Implications for Austral-Asian Region by Dr. Sharad K. Soni
  44. Buddhist Philosophy & Mindfulness by Dr. Aparna Sharma
  45. Buddhist Symbols, The Becon Lights to Nibbana by Ven. Dr.Bhikkhu Bodhipala
  46. Buddhist Values and Globalization by Hema Goonatilake
  47. Chinese Tibetan Buddhists and the Confucian Revival in Contemporary China by Dr. Joshua Esler
  48. Comparative study of the Compassion sutra (Mahayana Maha karuna Dharani sutra) with Early Buddhism
  49. Compassion and Its Ethical Value as Depicted in Early Buddhism by Ven. Pantu Chakma
  50. Conflict Resolution in South Thailand: Roles of Religious Leaders by Ven. Rimon Barua
  51. Contribution of Libraries in Buddhist Education in Ancient India by Dr. V.T. Kamble
  52. Developing of Chinese Language from Buddhism
  53. Dhamma Cakka (The Wheel of Law) : An important symbol of Buddhism by Prof. Dr. Bela Bhattacharya
  54. Dharmic Ecologies Down Under: An Ecocritical Perspective on Buddhist Symbolism in Australian Poetry by Dr. John Charles Ryan
  55. Dialogue between Tibetan Buddhism and feminism in Buddhist women’s lives by Sharin Shajahan Naomi
  56. Early Buddhist Art of Central India by Assistant Professor Vinay Kumar Rao
  57. Early Buddhist Critique of the Brahminical Theory of Varṇadharma and Svadharma by Ashin Sumanacara
  58. Embodied Cognition and Emotions: A Buddhist Perspective on Body-Mind Reactivity in Daily Life and Contemplative Life by Prof. Padmasiri da Silva
  59. Endowments, Patronage & Dana in Early Buddhist Mahavihara Tradition by Dr. Anand Singh
  60. Engaged Buddhism in Cambodia: Maha Ghosananda, Dhammayietra for Peace and Nonviolence by Ven. Piseth
  61. Enlightenment and Non-duality by Will Pascoe
  62. From Cover Girls to Monastic Banking by Nick Swann
  63. Gardens of Empty Nothing – The Zen Garden by Ven. Mujyo Williams
  64. Grass covers the Earth: A Buddhist Concept for Settling Disputes by Chunyang Zhou
  65. Guan Gong and the Karmapa Lama: Superscribing New Meaning on a Chinese 'God of War' by Joshua Esler
  66. History and Influence of Buddhism in Mongolian Society by Urangua Jamsran and Sharaa Munkhtsag
  67. History of Rise, Decline and Revival of Buddhism in India by Prof. Dr. Bikiran Prasad Barua
  68. How Buddhist traditions are transforming - and being transformed - through their relation with Western psychology by Bhante Sujato
  69. Impact of Astāngika Mārga (Eightfold Path) on World Peace With Reference to Modern Psychology by Dr.Dileepkumar S Navale and Prof.S P Melkeri
  70. Impact of Buddhism on Biodiversity Conservation in Arunachal Pradesh, India by Dr. Mainu Devi
  71. Influence of Buddhism on Indian Constitution by Dr. S.H. Hosamani
  72. Interactions between Buddhism and Confucianism in Medieval Korea by Prof. Jongmyung Kim
  73. Is it Buddha mind-nature or the Robe? by Venerable Mujyo
  74. Jantāghara in Buddhist monasteries: an aspect of health benefaction & sanitation in ancient Sri Lanka by Ven. Aruna Shanta
  75. Kumārajīva’s Remarkable Contribution to Sarvāstivāda and Mahāyāna Tradition in Medieval Chinese Buddhism by Pranab Barua
  76. Linking Buddhist Kamma with Recent Telomere Scientific Discoveries By Venerable Canberra Damita
  77. Living like a Buddha by Dr. Malti Sakhare
  78. Mahasi Sasana Yeikthar’s Propagation of Tharavada Buddhism in Myanmar by Venerable Bandanta Vi Suu Dha
  79. Medical Illustrations of the Atsagat Manba Datsan by Dr. Natalia Bolsokhoeva
  80. Mindfulness-based therapy treatments in modern psychology: Convergence and divergence from early Buddhist thought by Ann Murphy
  81. Mineral raw materials in Tibetan Medicine by Dr. Natalia Bolsokhoeva
  82. Mundgod: a Tibetan Buddhist Settlement in Karnataka State (South India) by Dr. S.G. Chalawadi
  83. Nagarjuna and Quantum Physics. Eastern and Western Modes of Thought. by Christian Thomas Kohl
  84. Need of value based education in the twenty-first century: Perspectives of Buddhism by Pramila Bakhati
  85. Offering Seven Water Bowls by Chandra Kala Ghimire, Ph D
  86. On Buddhism’s Schisms by Prof. Ian Cook
  87. On Conversation between Deleuzians and Buddhists by Professor Ian Cook
  88. Origin and symbolism of Buryatian Buddhist architecture by Dr. Tsybikdorzhiev Dorzhi Vladimirovich
  89. Pāli and Sanskrit Studies in Myanmar by Ven. Dr. Ashin Ketu
  90. Pandit Vihar : The Old University of Chittagong by Venerable Dr. Jinabodhi Bhikkhu
  91. Past, Present and Future Buddhism in Thailand by Dr. Sree Mattananda Sraman
  92. Pre Buddhist religious beliefs in Sri Lanka by Dr. Nadeesha Gunawardhana
  93. Psychotherapeutic Value of Theravada Buddhism on Six Temperament Traits (Carita) by Swe Swe Mon
  94. Re-Examination—The Modernisation of Buddhism by Ven. Dr. Chang Qing
  95. Research methodology in Tibetan Buddhist studies: The Indo-Tibetan mandala as a conceptual framework and interpretive philosophy by Layne Mayard
  96. Rituals and Ceremonies on Sacred Tooth Relic by Dr.J.M.Sudharmawathie
  97. Schism in Early Buddhist Sangha and Role of Devadatta as Depicted in the Pali Tipitaka by Dr. Arvind Kumar Singh
  98. Socially Engaged Buddhists & Aboriginal Australians: Similar Conceptions of Time Could Lead to a Unique Community of Support by Dr. Mark A. Toole
  99. Steve Jobs: A Practicing Buddhist, an Entrepreneur, and an Innovator by Joshua Guilar and Karen Neudorf
  100. Symbols in Theravāda Buddhist Meditation (Bhāvanā) by Chand R. Sirimanne
  101. Taoist Mysticism and Buddhism by Heejae Lee
  102. Tea and Buddhism in Blang People’s Ethnic Identification: A Case Study of Blang Hill Laoman’e Village
  103. The Applicability of the Sevenfold Purity in Insight Meditation for the Alleviation and Curing of Problematic Behavior and Mentality by Dr. R. M. Rathnasiri
  104. The Cessation of Consciousness in Vipassanā Meditation by Ven. Bhikkhuni Anula Devi
  105. The Coexistence between Economic Development and Religious Devotion- Based on the Present Situation in Japan by Eigen Onishi
  106. The Concept of Reincarnation in Tibetan Heritage: The life and Legacy of the 14th Dalai Lama by Dr. (Ms.) Kalsang Wangmo
  107. The current state of Buddhism in ethnical Buryatia (the materials on sociological researches) by G.E. Manzanov
  108. The current state of Buddhism in Kalmykia by Chagdir Sandzhiev
  109. The early Sinification of the Buddha’s relics and the case in which Kang Senghui prayed for those sacred relics by Dr. Trung Huynh
  110. The Enlightened Female – Buddhism, women and being a mother by Dr. Meg Adam
  111. The Founder of State Pariyatti Sasana Universities by Venerable Ashin Ketu
  112. The Green Buddha: Buddhism and Sustainability by Dr Patricia Sherwood
  113. The Impact of Buddhism on Cambodian Way of Life by Venerable Suy Sovann
  114. The Influence of Buddhism in NSW Australia by Mengjee Foo
  115. The Kammic Consequences Of Rebirth From One Existence To Another by Ven. Canberra Damita
  116. The Mahayana Buddhist Doctrine of Skilful Means and Buddhism in Australia by Dr. Ian Cook
  117. The Nature of the Koan by Ross Bolleter
  118. The Relevance and Implications of the Three Core Characteristics of Existence, Impermanence, Unsatisfactoriness and Non-Self, in Buddhist Teachings for the 21st Century Multicultural Australia by Chand R. Sirimanne
  119. The Role and Impact of Vessantara Jātaka in the Lao PDR by Ven Sayadej Vongsopha
  120. The role of food in Thai women's engagement with Theravada Buddhism in Western Australia by Tamara Bulcock
  121. The role of Mahinda thēro introducing the Buddhism in Sri Lanka by D.K. Manathunga & Dr. Nadeesha Gunawardhana
  122. The Sarvāstivāda Soteriology and the Mārga Schema by Liew Jew Chong (Venerable Dhammapāla)
  123. The Significant Doctrine of the Saddharmapundarīka Sūtra (Lotus Sūtra) and its Connection with the Tian Tai School by Sanjoy Barua Chowdhury
  124. The Teachings of Buddha and Good Governance in Modern India: A Socio-Economic Analysis by Ravi Shankar Singh
  125. The Transmission of Buddhism along the Silk Road by Dipu Barua
  126. The Transmission of Buddhism in the West by Mamun Barua
  127. The Way of the Ruler - Daoism in Chinese Politics by Ryan McDermott
  128. Theory of Dependent origination (Conditional Genesis) and Social Healing approach towards post conflict reconciliation by Ven. Galkande Dhammananda
  129. Theravada and Mahayana: Parallels, Connections and Unifying Concepts by Venerable Jinabodhi Bhikkhu
  130. Tibetan Buddhism and Environmental Protection in China by Joshua Esler
  131. Tibetan Buddhism unbounded - The Zimwock Rinpoche lineage by Dr. Pauline Gallagher & Venerable Freeman Trebilcock
  132. Tibetan-Mongolian dictionaries (from Amarakośa to Triglotte via Mahāvyutpatti) by Natalia Yakhontova
  133. Towards an Australian future without Buddhism by Ven. Mujyo
  134. Understanding the Doctrines of Rebirth and Nibbana of Buddhist Philosophy Through Energy Dynamics by Prof. B. L. Jadhav
  135. Vijñaptimātra: Mind Only a Guide to Freedom from Duality by Mausham Ratna Shakya
  136. Western Women: Maroon Robes by Venerable Lozang Tseten
  137. What Buddhism means to a Buddhist by Ashin Indaka
  138. What Insights Can Tiantai Buddhism Offer Higher Education? by Ven. SHI Sheng Ying
  139. What is happiness? by Ashin Indaka
  140. What’s a Buddhist to Do in the Face of Global Environmental Collapse? by Dr. Ian Cook
  141. Why is Guan Yin not wearing Chanel?: The development of Chinese Mahayana Buddhism and its manifest in material culture by Chan Chow Wah
  142. Zen: A Buddhist school beyond the language by Dr.Mingshu Liu, Gengsen Qian
  143. [[Cheming Yang _ Mapping