“A Vision of Buddhist Women’s Future.”
Women and the Futures of World Religions, ed. by Arvind Sharma. Albany, NY: State University of New York Press, (forthcoming).
“Buddhist Ultimates? A Difficult Question.”
Models of God and Other Ultimate Realities, eds., Asa Kasher and Jeanine Diller, Springer 2011 (forthcoming).
“Thank You, Friends and Colleagues: Response to SBCS and AAR panel of the work of Rita Gross.”
Buddhist Christian Studies Journal Vol. 31 (2011) forthcoming.
“Teaching Buddhism as Both an Insider and an Outsider: A Scholar-Practitioner’s Experience.”
Teaching Buddhism: The Problems and Possibilities, ed. by Gary DeAngelis. Oxford U. Press (forthcoming).
A Relevant Role Model: An Ordinary Woman Who Became Enlightened.
Eminent Buddhist Women ed. by Karma Lekshe Tsomo. New York: Wisdom Publications (forthcoming).
Conference of Sakyadhita, An International Organization for Buddhist Women,” Ho Chi Minh City, Vietnam, Dec.-Jan. 2009-10.
“Buddhist-Christian Dialogue: A History and Assessment.”
Issues for Christians in Monastic Dialogue, ed. by Ines Murzaku. Analekta Kryptoferris: - a monastic series of the Exarchic Greek Abbey of St. Mary of Grottaferrata - Basilian Monks (forthcoming).
"How Clinging to Gender Subverts Enlightenment."
Inquiring Mind Vol 27:1 (Fall 2010) pp. 18-9, 32.
“The Issue of Authority in Buddhism: Historical Consciousness and Traditional Buddhist Historical Narrative.”
Buddhist-Christian Studies Journal. Vol. 30 (2010) pp. 59-72.
Invited Presentation for International Conference of the European Network for Buddhist-Christian Studies,
Munich, Germany, June 2009.
American Academy of Religion Annual Meetings, Nov. 2009, Montreal, Canada. Buddhist Critical and Constructive Thought Consultation.
“A Buddhist Perspective on Abortion.”
American Buddhism as a Way of Life ed. by Gary Storhoff and John Whalen-Bridge (Albany, NY: State University of New York Press, 2010) pp. 83-100.
Symposium on Women and World Religions, Xavier University, Cincinnati, Ohio. Oct. 26, 2003.
"Ways of Religious Belonging: Several Options."
Multi-Religious Perspectives on Religious Conversion. A project sponsored by the World Council of Churches.
"Who Gets to Interpret the Tradition? A Key Feminist Question."
Perspectives on Religious Diversity: Indonesian and Western Perspectives. (forthcoming)
Inaugural Conference, Indonesian Consortium for Religious Studies, Yogyakarta, Indonesia, Jan. 2007.
"Buddhism and Ecofeminism: An Unexplored Question."
Indian Ethics: Classical Traditions and Contemporary Challenges, Vol. II. ed. by Purushottama Billmoria and Joseph Prabhu (Springer Publications, forthcoming.)
Invited contribution, Conference on Buddhism and Ecology, One Hundredth Anniversary Celebration, Donggkuk University, Seoul, Korea, May 2006.
"Buddhism and the Child in the United States."
Children and Childhood in American Religion ed. by Don Browning and Bonnie Miller McLemore Rutgers UniversityPress, (2009) pp. 165-79.
"A Few Comments in Response to Rosemary Ruether's America, Amerikkka: Elect Nation and Imperial Violence."
Feminist Theology. Vol. 17:2 (Jan. 2009) pp. 180-183.
American Academy of Religion meetings, Nov. 15-19, 2007, San Diego, California.
"Is the Glass Half-Empty or Half-full? A Feminist Assessment of Buddhism at the Beginning of the Twenty-first Century."
Feminist Theology. Vol. 16:3 (May 2008) pp. 291-311.
Hsuan Chuang Journal of Buddhist Studies No. 9 (March 2008), pp. 1-30.
Chinese translation published in Religion, Culture, and Gender Ethics, (2007) pp. 155-188. World Conference on Gender, Religion, and Culture, Taipei, Taiwan, Nov. 2007.
"Form is Emptiness and Emptiness is Form: Implications for Inter-religious Relations."
Hermeneutical Explorations in Dialogue: Essays in Honour of Han Ucko. Edited by Anantanand Rambachan, Rashied Omar and M. Thomas Thangaraj. (Delhi: ISPCK, 2007), pp. 105-113.
"The Wisdom in the Anger."
Mindful Politics: A Buddhist Guide to Making the World a Better Place, edited by Melvin McLoed. Boston: Wisdom Publications, (2006), pp. 225-36.
"Being a North American Buddhist Woman: Reflections of a Feminist Pioneer."
Concilium: International Review of Theology. Vol. 42, No. 3 (August 2006).
Italian edition, pp. 147-57.
German edition, pp. 362-70.
English edition, 109-117.
"Women as Leaders and Teachers of the Dharma."
Revista Estudos Feminista Vol. 13, No. 2 (2005), pp. 415-23. (In Portuguese).
Out of the Shadows: Socially Engaged Buddhist Women, ed. by Karma Lekshe Tsomo, Delhi, India: India Books Center, pp, 356-62.
BuddhaDharma: The Practitioner's Quarterly. Vol. 6, No. 2 (Winter 2007), pp. 32-7.
Sakyadhita's Sixth International Conference on Women and Buddhism, Seoul, Korea, June 29-July 3, 2004.