[Buddha-l] Representations of Buddhism in the Media

jkirk jkirk at spro.net
Fri Feb 2 07:52:41 MST 2007

Representations of Buddhism in the MediaAre we talking popular as in USA? or in general? She should try Amazon and Google searches, also World Cat, for a start.

She could download for free _Buddha's Painter_,  a short docu about the contemporary revival of Buddhist painting in Mongolia. 

The Amar Chitra Katha series (comix style) has one at least on the story of the Buddha. 

A visit to many a Karma Kagyu center --perhaps to other Tibetan Buddhism centers-- in Oregon, might find relevant contemporary murals.  

Joanna Kirkpatrick 
  ----- Original Message ----- 
  From: Blumenthal, James 
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  Sent: Thursday, February 01, 2007 3:43 PM
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  Can anybody help with suggestions of articles or books on representations of Buddhism in the media and popular culture for a student of mine who wants to write a term paper for an undergrad class on Buddhism.
  Jim Blumenthal
  Oregon State University
  james.blumenthal at oregonstate.edu 


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