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'''Steven Goodman''' is a teacher at the California Institute of Integral Studies. He received his PhD.(1984) in Far Eastern Studies from the University of Saskatchewan, Canada, specializing in Tibetan Buddhism under the guidance of Herbert Guenther. He has lectured on Buddhist and comparative philosophy for over 25 years in the United States, Asia, and Europe, including the University of California (Berkeley and Santa Barbara), Rice University, Harvard University, the Graduate Theological Union, Nyingma Institute, Naropa University, and Rigpa Shedra in [[Lerab Ling]]. In 1994 he was awarded a Rockefeller Fellowship for the study of Tibetan mystical poetry (''nyams mgur'') at the Rice University Center for Cultural Studies.
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'''Steven Goodman''' is a teacher at the California Institute of Integral Studies. He received his PhD.(1984) in Far Eastern Studies from the University of Saskatchewan, Canada, specializing in Tibetan Buddhism under the guidance of Herbert Guenther. He has lectured on Buddhist and comparative philosophy for over 25 years in the United States, Asia, and Europe, including the University of California (Berkeley and Santa Barbara), Rice University, Harvard University, the Graduate Theological Union, Nyingma Institute, Naropa University, and [[Rigpa Shedra]] in [[Lerab Ling]]. In 1994 he was awarded a Rockefeller Fellowship for the study of Tibetan mystical poetry (''nyams mgur'') at the Rice University Center for Cultural Studies.
  
 
He taught at the Rigpa Shedra in [[Lerab Ling]] in 2002.
 
He taught at the Rigpa Shedra in [[Lerab Ling]] in 2002.

Revision as of 17:07, 11 January 2010

Steven Goodman is a teacher at the California Institute of Integral Studies. He received his PhD.(1984) in Far Eastern Studies from the University of Saskatchewan, Canada, specializing in Tibetan Buddhism under the guidance of Herbert Guenther. He has lectured on Buddhist and comparative philosophy for over 25 years in the United States, Asia, and Europe, including the University of California (Berkeley and Santa Barbara), Rice University, Harvard University, the Graduate Theological Union, Nyingma Institute, Naropa University, and Rigpa Shedra in Lerab Ling. In 1994 he was awarded a Rockefeller Fellowship for the study of Tibetan mystical poetry (nyams mgur) at the Rice University Center for Cultural Studies.

He taught at the Rigpa Shedra in Lerab Ling in 2002.

Publications

He co-edited (with Ronald M. Davidson)Tibetan Buddhism: Reason and Revelation (SUNY, 1992), and is author of the forthcoming Frogs in the Custard: Explorations in the View and Practice of Buddhist Psychology (Abhidharma), Snow Lion, based on his teachings at the Rigpa Shedra.