Studies in Indo-Tibetan Buddhism Series
|The following article is from the Spring, 1988 issue of the Snow Lion Newsletter and is for historical reference only. You can see this in context of the original newsletter here.|
Snow Lion has recently organized a Board of Advisors to evaluate scholarly manuscripts for publication as part of a series titled Studies in Indo-Tibetan Buddhism. The Board's recommendation of any title will indicate that this book has fulfilled certain scholarly criteria and is considered suitable for academic study. Texts will first be reviewed by two Buddhist scholars and these reviews will be submitted to this Board for final recommendations.
The members of the Board were selected from a broad base of Buddhist scholars and are authorities in their respective areas of study:
David Chappell, Univ. of Hawaii
Roger Jackson, Fairfield Univ.
Anne C. Klein, Stanford Univ.
Karen Lang, Univ. of Virginia
John Strong, Bates CollegeBack to all Snow Lion Articles