Podcast | Kate Hartmann on the New Books in Indian Religions Podcast

bso 101 online education podcast teaching May 02, 2021
New Books in Indian Religions

BSO Director Dr. Kate Hartmann was recently invited to chat with Dr. Raj Balkaran on the New Books in Indian Religions Podcast.

Raj and Kate discuss the mission of BSO, the surprising role the NBN podcast played in BSO's origin story, and growing landscape of public-facing teaching and scholarship. How should scholars think about how to address multiple publics? How can they make their research and teaching available and meaningful to popular audiences while still being academically grounded and responsible? How do platforms like BSO fit into the larger landscape of lineage-based Buddhist teachers, mindfulness coaches, and orientalizing discourses about Asian religions? Kate and Raj draw on their respective experiences with BSO and the School of Indian Wisdom in this wide-ranging conversation about what it means to be a scholar in this exciting new era of the humanities.

Plus, learn about Buddhist Studies Online's first course, BSO 101 | Intro to Buddhism: History, Philosophy, and Practice, which runs from May 3 to June 11, and get a sneak peek about future courses with Jay Garfield, Daniel Stuart, and Sonam Kachru!

Listen to the podcast here or find it wherever you listen to podcasts!

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