Contributions to digital scholarship
- Ethnographic project: A survey of Buddhist healing practices in the Greater Philadelphia Area. www.jivaka.net.
- Blogging: I regularly blog about my scholarship, teaching, and other issues for medium.com, patheos.com, asianmedicinezone.com, and other websites.
- Bibliography of Buddhism & Medicine: I am a contributor to the H-Buddhism Bibliography Project on Zotero. You can see all entries under the “medicine” tag without being a member, and can also subscribe via RSS to receive updates when more is added.
- Digital Dictionary of Buddhism: A list of my entries related to Chinese Buddhist medicine in the DDB. (Use “guest/guest” to log in.)
- Oxford Bibliographies Online: “Buddhism: Medicine.” DOI: 10.1093/obo/9780195393521-0140 [paywall link]
- Facebook: I have founded two Facebook groups exclusively for scholars (Scholars of Buddhist Studies and Scholars of Asian Medicine).
- My Academia.edu profile
- My website for Penn State students
- My faculty webpage at Abington College
- My personal Facebook page
- May, 2015, Toward A Global History of Buddhism & Medicine (Keynote given at UBC conference “Buddhism & Wellbeing”)
- Dec. 2014, Buddhist medicine in China (short lecture given at Duke University)
- Aug. 2014, Reflections on Buddhism, Thai culture, and Thai massage on WRNP 1320 AM Radio, Providence RI
- May 2013, Appearance on “Talking History,” radio broadcast on NewsTalk 106, Ireland (between 19:00-26:00)
- Reviews of my 2014 book, Translating Buddhist Medicine: Bulletin of the History of Medicine, Buddhist Studies Review, East Asian Sci Med Tech, International Journal of Asian Studies, Journal of Chinese Buddhist Studies, Journal of Chinese Religions, Journal of Religion, Social History of Medicine
- May 2013, Dissertation Reviews review of my 2010 dissertation (by Michael Stanley-Baker)
- Oct. 2012, Summary of my lecture at University of Michigan
- Mar. 2012, Summary of my lecture at University of Toronto
Teaching and Campus Service
- Apr. 2015, Abington student researchers trace paths of ancient Buddhist healers
- Jan. 2015, New Abington course models integrated teaching
- Nov. 2013, Advocacy for international students from China
- Sep. 2013, Advocacy for ESL students
- Apr. 2013, Duke University “Humanities Writ Large” Fellowship press release
- Feb. 2013, Interdisciplinary event about the Japanese American experience
- Feb. 2011, Three-day Tibetan sand mandala ceremony