Upcoming New York Events

  1. | 19 Washington Square North, New York Open to the Public

    Contrary to popular imaginings, early Buddhism has not historically been an inherently environmental religion. Rather, it was a prosperity theology that succeeded largely on account of its willingness to exploit both people and natural resources on the commodity frontier. As such, by investigating the links between Buddhism and agricultural expansion this talk will explore how Buddhists radically transformed Asia’s environment.

  2. Scott Sherman, Michael Weitzman Part of "Research at the NYUAD Institute" Open to the Public
  3. Gail Segal Open to the Public
  4. Edward Ziter Open to the Public
  1. The Buddha's Footprint: An Environmental History of Asia

    Johan Elverskog 6:00-7:30pm Open to the Public Read More
  2. Waterpipe Tobacco: Social Glue or Health Scourge?

    Scott Sherman, Michael Weitzman

    Part of "Research at the NYUAD Institute"

    6:00-7:30pm Open to the Public Read More
  3. Fathers and Daughters, Fathers and Son

    Gail Segal 6:00-7:30pm Open to the Public Read More
  4. Therapeutic Theatre with Syrian Refugees:

    Edward Ziter 6:00-7:30pm Open to the Public Read More