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New Research Fellow, Stefan Riedener

The DLCC is very pleased to announce the appointment of Dr Stefan Riedener as a Research Fellow of the DLCC. Dr Riedener is a lecturer in philosophy at the University of Zurich’s Centre for Ethics. He received his undergraduate degree in philosophy, German literature and mathematics from the University of Zurich, and … Continue reading

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International Summer School, Croatia

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In the coming week four Fellows of the DLCC, Dr. Dr. Benedikt Goecke, Samuel Hughes, Dr. Mikolaj Slawkowski-Rode, and Ralph Weir will be teaching at an international summer school at Sveti Kriz, near Trogir, Croatia. The summer school will bring together students from across Europe to discuss responses to evil in … Continue reading

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Rupert Gethin to Become Honorary Fellow of the DLCC

It is with great pleasure that we announce that Professor Rupert Gethin has accepted an Honorary Fellowship with the DLCC. Professor Gethin, who has been president of the Pali Text Society since 2003, was appointed Lecturer in Indian Religions at the University of Bristol in 1987, and then Professor of … Continue reading

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Paul Lodge to become Senior Research Fellow of the DLCC

The Centre is very pleased to announce that Paul Lodge will be joining the team as a Senior Research Fellow. Paul Lodge is University Lecturer in Early Modern Philosophy at the University  of Oxford and a Tutorial Fellow in Philosophy at Mansfield College. He has a BA  in Philosophy and … Continue reading

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Marina Cantacuzino to become Honorary Fellow of the DLCC

We are delighted to announce that Marina Cantacuzino, founder of the Forgiveness Project, will be joining the Dalai Lama Centre for Compassion as an Honorary Fellow. Ms Cantacuzino, who began her career as a freelance journalist, became drawn to the issue of forgiveness and the struggle for reconciliation during the … Continue reading

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