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Brown, John Davis, and Jirka Hladiš (eds.). Best Practices in Online Contemplative Education. Boulder: Naropa University, 2005.
Brown, Richard C. "Transitions: Teaching from the Spaces Between." Bai, H., Gunnlaugson,
and O. Sarath, E. (eds.). Contemplative Learning and Inquiry Across Disciplines. Albany: SUNY, 2013.
Brown, Richard C. "Buddhist-Inspired Early Childhood Education at the Naropa Institute."
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Brown, Richard C. "Educating the Warrior: A Tibetan Buddhist Approach to Spiritual
Growth." Yust, Johnson, Sasso, and Roehlkepartin (eds.). Nurturing Child and Adolescent Spirituality: Perspectives From the World's Religious
Traditions. Rowman and Littlefield, 2006.
Brown, Richard C., Simone, Genét, and Worley, Lee. "Embodied Presence: Contemplative
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J. and Grace, F. (eds.). Meditation and the Classroom. Albany: SUNY, 2011.
Brown, Richard C. "The Mindful Teacher as the Foundation of Contemplative Pedagogy."
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Brown, Richard C. "Taming Emotion: Tibetan Meditation in Teacher Education." Miller,
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of Happiness." Wexler, A. (Ed.), Reframing Art Education Beyond the Classroom. New York: Palgrave Macmillan, 2012.
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research." Journal of Applied Arts and Health: Special Issue on Art-Based Research: Opportunities & Challenges. 3(1), 87-96. Republished in: McNiff, S. (ed.) Art as research: Opportunities and challenges. Chicago: Intellect, The University of Chicago Press, 2012.
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Parker, Anne Z, Susani Dominique, and Jarldane, Karen, Sacred Geometry
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Parker, Anne Z. and Penjor, Tshering, "In the Footsteps of Naropa", Naropa Magazine,
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Light in the Valley: Renewing the Sacred Art and Traditions of Nepal. Dharma Publishing.
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reform in Bhutan; especially to help bring meditation to all public schools (principals,
teachers, and students). (See blog www.educating4gnh.blogspot.com/) This resulted in my being asked to write a meditation manual (with others) for all
public primary and secondary schools in Bhutan.
Simmer-Brown, Judith. "Contemplative Education at Naropa University—A Personal Account"
Eastern Horizon, Summer, 2004.
Simmer-Brown, Judith. "Religious Studies and Contemplative Studies: Critic, Catalyst
or Collaborator," Lead presentation, Contemplative Studies Group "Mindful Teaching
and Learning: Contemplative Pedagogy in the University Setting," American Academy
of Religion Annual Meeting, San Diego, November 22, 2014.
Simmer-Brown, Judith. "Training the Heart Responsibly: Considerations in Contemplative
Teaching." Meditation in the Classroom. Albany: SUNY, 2011.
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