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2013Afterword: Buddhism, International Relief Work and Civil SocietySamuel, Geoffrey; Indian Sub-continental StudiesAfterword: Buddhism, International Relief Work and Civil Society in Buddhism, International Relief Work, and Civil Society, Palgrave Macmillan, 2013, pp. 189-207
2012The Agency of Relations at BaoshanAdamek, Wendi; Indian Sub-continental StudiesThe Agency of Relations at Baoshan, Literature and Aesthetics, vol.22, 2, 2012,pp 50-71
2012Amitayus and the Development of Tantric Practices for Longevity and Health in TibetSamuel, Geoffrey; Indian Sub-continental StudiesAmitayus and the Development of Tantric Practices for Longevity and Health in Tibet in Transformations and Transfer of Tantra in Asia and Beyond, Walter de Gruyter, 2012, pp. 263-286
2012Amitayus and the Development of Tantric Practices for Longevity and Health in TibetSamuel, Geoffrey; Indian Sub-continental StudiesAmitayus and the Development of Tantric Practices for Longevity and Health in Tibet in Transformations and Transfer of Tantra in Asia and Beyond, Walter de Gruyter, 2012, pp. 263-286
2010Approaches to the problem of dualism in Heidegger and Indian Yogacara BuddhismOldmeadow, Peter; Indian Sub-continental StudiesApproaches to the problem of dualism in Heidegger and Indian Yogacara Buddhism in Religion and Retributive Logic: Essays in Honour of Professor Garry W. Trompf, Brill, 2010, pp. 267-287
2010The ASUTA wish: ADAM KASIA' and the Dynamics of Healing in Mandaean Contemplative PraxisCrangle, Edward; Nasoraia, Brikha; Indian Sub-continental Studies; Hebrew Biblical and Jewish StudiesThe ASUTA wish: ADAM KASIA' and the Dynamics of Healing in Mandaean Contemplative Praxis, ARAM Periodical, vol.22, N/A,pp 349-390
2010Āryadeva's gradual stages: their transmission from India to TibetMcGarrity, Andrew; Indian Sub-continental StudiesĀryadeva's gradual stages: their transmission from India to Tibet, Journal of the International Association of Buddhist Studies, vol.32, 1-2, 2010,pp 151-212
2007Being and Emptiness in Martin Heidegger and Indian Madhyamika BuddhismOldmeadow, Peter; Indian Sub-continental StudiesBeing and Emptiness in Martin Heidegger and Indian Madhyamika Buddhism, Literature and Aesthetics, vol.17,(2),2007,pp 45-66
2014Between Buddhism and science, between mind and bodySamuel, Geoffrey; Indian Sub-continental StudiesBetween Buddhism and science, between mind and body, Religions, vol.5, 3, 2014,pp 560-579
2014Birchbark, Bodhisatvas, and Bhaṇakas: Writing Materials in Buddhist North IndiaSkilling, Peter; Indian Sub-continental StudiesBirchbark, Bodhisatvas, and Bhaṇakas: Writing Materials in Buddhist North India, Eurasian Studies, vol.XII, 1-2, 2014,pp 499-521
2003Book Review: "Pali. A Grammar of the Language of the Theravada Tipiaka. With a Concordance to Pischel's Grammatik der Prakrit-Sprachen" (by Thomas Oberlies)Allon, Mark; Indian Sub-continental StudiesBook Review: "Pali. A Grammar of the Language of the Theravada Tipiaka. With a Concordance to Pischel's Grammatik der Prakrit-Sprachen" (by Thomas Oberlies), Indo Iranian Journal, vol.46,(1),2003,pp 83-89
2016Buddhism between Asia and Europe: The Concept of Mindfulness through a Historical LensDitrich, Tamara; Indian Sub-continental StudiesBuddhism between Asia and Europe: The Concept of Mindfulness through a Historical Lens, Asian Studies, vol.IV (XX), 1, 2016,pp 197-213
2013The Concept of smrti in the Yogasutra: Memory or Mindfulness?Ditrich, Tamara; Indian Sub-continental StudiesThe Concept of smrti in the Yogasutra: Memory or Mindfulness?, Asian Studies, vol.1, 1, 2013,pp 45-62
2013The Concept of smrti in the Yogasutra: Memory or Mindfulness?Ditrich, Tamara; Indian Sub-continental StudiesThe Concept of smrti in the Yogasutra: Memory or Mindfulness?, Asian Studies, vol.1, 1, 2013,pp 45-62
2013The Concept of smrti in the Yogasutra: Memory or Mindfulness?Ditrich, Tamara; Indian Sub-continental StudiesThe Concept of smrti in the Yogasutra: Memory or Mindfulness?, Asian Studies, vol.1, 1, 2013,pp 45-62
2013The Concept of smṛti in the Yogasūtra: Memory or Mindfulness?Ditrich, Tamara; Indian Sub-continental StudiesThe Concept of smṛti in the Yogasūtra: Memory or Mindfulness?, Asian Studies, vol.1, 1, 2013,pp 45-62
2015The contemporary mindfulness movement and the question of nonselfSamuel, Geoffrey; Indian Sub-continental StudiesThe contemporary mindfulness movement and the question of nonself, Transcultural Psychiatry, vol.52, 4, 2015,pp 485-500
2012Documenting Chaiya History: Inscriptions from the Ayutthaya, Thonburi, and Ratanakosin periods Part I: Two Inscriptions from Wat ChampaSkilling, Peter; Pakdeekham, Santi; Indian Sub-continental StudiesDocumenting Chaiya History: Inscriptions from the Ayutthaya, Thonburi, and Ratanakosin periods Part I: Two Inscriptions from Wat Champa, Aseanie, vol.December, N/A, 2012,pp 185-202
2007Embracing the City: A Modernising Influence in Eighteenth Century IndiaCover, Jennifer; Indian Sub-continental StudiesEmbracing the City: A Modernising Influence in Eighteenth Century India, Literature and Aesthetics, vol.17,(1),2007,pp 225-241
2012The Employment and Significance of the Sadāprarudita Jātaka/Avadāna Story in Different Buddhist TraditionsShi, Changtzu; Indian Sub-continental StudiesThe Employment and Significance of the Sadāprarudita Jātaka/Avadāna Story in Different Buddhist Traditions, Buddhist Studies Review, vol.29, 1, 2012,pp 85-104