Ralph H. Craig III

Ralph H. Craig III is a PhD Candidate in Religious Studies at Stanford University. He has previously written about the theological anthropology of Nichiren Shonin. Currently, he is editing the translation of a Tibetan sūtra, and is under contract to write a religious biography of Tina Turner for the Library of Religious Biography series, Eerdmans Publishing.

Contributions by Ralph H. Craig III


Interdisciplinary Approaches to the Study of Buddhist Ritual

How does discipline impact the way we see Buddhist ritual? How can more diverse disciplinary conversations help scholars see ritual in new ways? Five scholars from four time zones come together from around the world to discuss the impacts of interdisciplinary approaches to Buddhist ritual.



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