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Charles S. Prebish <firstname.lastname@example.org>
Utah State University
My special field is Buddhist Studies. I focus on early Indian Buddhism, and especially the monastic and sectarian movements; Western Buddhism; and electronic publication in Buddhism.
|Address:||Utah State University
Religious Studies Program
0710 Old Main Hill
Logan, Utah 84322
|List Affiliations:||Advisory Board Member for H-Buddhism
|Interests:||Religious Studies and Theology
I hold a Ph.D. in Buddhist Studies from the University of Wisconsin (1971).
I have published 20 books, more than 50 articles and chapters, and more than 50 scholarly reviews.
I have presented over fifty papers at conferences.
I am editor emeritus of two online journals: the Journal of Buddhist Ethics and the Journal of Global Buddhism.
I hold the Charles Redd Endowed Chair in Religious Studies at Utah State University. Before that, I was a professor at Penn State University for 35 years, but have also held the Numata Chair in Buddhist Studies at Calgary (1993) and a Rockefeller National Humanities Fellowship at the University of Toronto (1997-98).