Walking with Buddha (29 minutes) Filmed in Thailand this video looks at the life of the Buddha.
Buddhism and Warfare: A Note on Mahavamsa 25, 110. A part of Buddhist Studies at UC Berkeley Webcasts. Lecturer Padmanabh S. Jaini.
Dharma River: Journey into Buddhism. In Buddhism the journey is also the destination as viewers will learn in this tour of Southeast Asia's Buddhist temples and rivers. Featured are Thailand, Laos and Burma.
How to behave: Buddhism and modernity in colonial Cambodia, 1860-1930/ Anne Ruth Hansen, 2007. Hayden: BQ 464 H36 2007
People of virtue: reconfiguring religion, power and moral order in
Cambodia today/ ALexandra Kent and David Chandler, editors, 2008.
Hayden: BQ 466 .P46 2008
Buddhism: Theravada Buddhism;
Mary Jo Meadow. From Worldmark Encyclopedia of Relgious Practices. Ed.
Thomas Riggs. Vol. 1: Religions and Denominations. Detroit: Gale, 2006.
p83-92. Gale Virtual Reference Library
Gathering leaves and lifting words: histories of Buddhist monastic
education in Laos and Thailand/ Justin Thomas McDaniel. 2008; Hayden:
BQ162 .L28 M33 2008
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