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Warner A. Belanger III


Assistant Professor of Religion & Interdisciplinary Studies

318 Terrell Hall 478-445-1462

Fields & Specialties:

Indian Buddhism, Inner Asian Buddhism, Tibetan Buddhism


Review of The Silk Road in World History by Xinru Liu, Journal of Asian Studies 70:3 (August 2011)

Classes Taught:

Religion and Nonviolence (Gandhi and the Dalai Lama) Introduction to Buddhist Traditions: Theory and Practice  Relics and Images in Buddhism Introduction to Hindu Religious Traditions  History of Buddhism in Asia History of Indian Buddhism

Independent Studies:

Comparative Religion and Relics & Images in Buddhism Hinduism and Indian Mathematics Introduction to Sanskrit I

Current Projects:

State protection Buddhism in Khotan, the cults of relics and stupas in Buddhism in Indian and Inner Asian Buddhism

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