Religion > Buddhist Studies> Links Access to Insight: Readings in Theravada Buddhism
"Access to Insight is an Internet website dedicated to providing accurate, reliable, and useful information concerning the practice and study of Theravada Buddhism, as it has been handed down to us through both the written word of the Pali Canon and the living example of the Sangha."
By John Bullitt
Archive of Indological Resources Online
Sections include: Sanskrit Studies ; Home-Study ; Dictionaries & Glossaries ; Transliteration Fonts ; Texts & Language Links ; Hindu Traditions ; Yoga ; Buddhist Traditions ; Indian Religions (other) ; Tantrism ; Art & Iconography ; Associations ; Groups & Libraries ; Journals, Papers, Magazines ; Publishers & Booksellers.
By Prof. Gudrun Buhnemann, Dept. of Languages and Cultures of Asia, The University of Wisconsin-Madison.
Asian Studies WWW Monitor
"Published by the Internet Publications Bureau, Research School of Pacific and Asian Studies at the Australian National UniversityThe Journal regularly monitors new developments in the Asian Studies' cyberspace and compiles timely, accurate, consistent and impartial summaries and evaluations of the latest web sites and other online information systems relevant to social sciences research of the Asia and the Pacific region. Acting as a current awareness bulletin for a broad range of readers including academics, students, librarians."
Edited by Dr. T. Matthew Ciolek, Head of the Internet Publications Bureau, Australian National University
Center for Buddhist Studies, National Taiwan University
In both Chinese and English. Includes Chinese, Sanskrit, Tibetan, and Pali Buddhist Sutras, language courses, full text journals, books, and newspapers as well as links to Buddhist libraries and institutes. Maintained by Aming Tu.
Gateways to Buddhism
"...an online clearinghouse for Buddhist study and practice resources. It is home to Dharmanet's own in-house databases and collections, as well as providing links to all online Buddhist resources, large and small."
By Barry Kapke
"To mark the anniversary of the first ascent of Mount Everest on May 29, 1953, the Royal Geographical Society (with the Institute of British Geographers) in conjunction with the British Council in Nepal has created an exhibition called Imaging Everest> from its collection of approximately 20,000 photographs taken on the nine Mount Everest Expeditions between 1921 and 1953. These expeditions were jointly organized by the Royal Geographical Society and the Alpine Club. The exhibition shows the importance of the landscape and people of the Himalayan region and tells the story of those involved in the first attempts to climb Everest ...This website provides an online version of the Imaging Everest exhibition and enables people all over the world to share this remarkable collection of photographs.
Sections include: The History of Everest ; Everest Expeditions in the 1920s and 1930s ; Tibetan People ; Religion in Tibet and Nepal ; Nepal in the 1950s ; Sherpas ; Tenzing and Hillary ; Mount Everest Expedition 1953 ; Biographies ; Everest Slideshow.
- The Royal Geographical Society (with IBG)
Resources for the Study of Buddhism
Sections include: General Buddhism ; Theravada Buddhist Teachings ; Mahayana Buddhist Teachings ; Online Collections of Buddhist Texts ; Other Sites.
Compiled by Dr. Ron Epstein, Dept. of Philosophy, San Francisco State University
The Silk Road Seattle Project
"Silk Road Seattle is a collaborative public education project using the "Silk Road" theme to explore cultural interaction across Eurasia from the beginning of the Common Era (A. D.) to the Sixteenth Century. Sponsored primarily by the Simpson Center for the Humanities at the University of Washington, and directed by Professors Daniel C. Waugh, Joel Walker and Cynthea Bogel, the project will include: public lectures and seminars, a virtual art exhibit, photographic and textile exhibits, a general education course as well as professional development seminars and workshops for educators, and a web site containing additional materials."
Sections include: Texts ; Cities and Architecture ; Traditional Culture ; Teaching/Learning Guides ; Virtual Art Exhibit ; Buddhist MSS Project ; Maps ; For Kids.
Walter Chapin Simpson Center for the Humanities, University of Washington
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