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About Jue Liang

I am a scholar of Buddhism in general, and Tibetan Buddhism in particular. My research examines women in Tibetan Buddhist communities past and present using a combination of textual and ethnographical studies. I am also interested in translation and transmission as a cultural/religious phenomenon, gender, sexuality, and body in religion, and the transnational history of Buddhism (especially where Tibetan Buddhism intersects with its South and East Asian neighbors). I am currently a visiting assistant professor in the Religion Department at Denison University. I am also active in the public conversation about religion, gender, and Buddhism in the Himalayas.

Jue Liang is scholar of Buddhism in general, and Tibetan Buddhism in particular. My research examines women in Tibetan Buddhist communities past and present using a combination of textual and ethnographical studies.

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