Here is a list of some of my writings available on the internet:
“12th Sakyadhita International Conference in Bangkok.” New Mandala Blog. Posted July 12th, 2011.
Review: Meditation in Modern Buddhism: Renunciation and Change in Thai Monastic Life, by Joanna Cook. Journal of Global Buddhism, Vol. 12, 2011.
“Volunteer English Teaching Programs in Thai Temples.” New Mandala Blog. Posted December 2nd, 2010.
“Sovereign Yet Subordinate: The Use of Buddhist Discourse During the Reigns of King Rama IV, V, and VI in Siam (1851-1925)” Explorations: A Graduate Student Journal of Southeast Asian Studies. Vol. 10, Spring, 2010.
“The State of Buddhism in the West: Thoughts of a Western Monk in Thailand” Prapanca: A Buddhist Journal. Volume 1, Issue 2, September 2010.
“Getting a New Style: Experiences of a First Time Retreatant” Shatter the Looking Glass. Posted September 15, 2010.
“Relishing the Forest Meditation Experience in Thailand” Fulbright U.S. Student Grantee Newsletter. Issue 26, May 2010.
“Presenting Research on Buddhism to a Buddhist Audience” Fulbright Thailand: Thailand-U.S. Educational Foundation (Fulbright)’s Newsletter. Issue 27, April, 2010.
“Mixing Commerce and Religion: The Monk for a Month Program in Fang, Chiangmai” New Mandala: New Perspectives on Southeast Asia. Posted on March 30, 2010.
“Considering Hybrid Religious Identities” Buddhist Geeks Digital Magazine. Posted March 26, 2010.
“Engaged Buddhism Conference in Chiangmai” New Mandala: New Perspectives on Southeast Asia. Posted on November 25, 2009.
“Web Exclusive: Monk Chat” Shambhala Sunspace Blog. Posted Feb. 5, 2009.
Review: Creating Laos: The Making of a Lao Space Between Indochina and Siam (1860-1945), by Soren Ivarsson. Eras Journal. Edition Ten, November, 2008.
“Nachi Pilgrimage” Abroad View Magazine, Fall 2006.
“Modern Day Pilgrims” Abroad View Magazine, vol. 6, issue 2, Spring 2004.
See my contributions to the group blog- Progressive Buddhism.
*Here is a file of Contemporary Western Buddhist Memoirs that I have compiled. I have tried to make this a complete list of memoirs that are primarily concerned with living a Buddhist life or are conversion narratives all written by people from a Western background. If there is something I have missed please let me know, and I will add it.
*Here is a PDF version of a a presentation I gave to the SEASSI Student Conference. I will be studying similar issues to the ones brought out in this paper when I visit the forest lineage meditation retreats.
*Here is a downloadable PDF version of a presentation I gave to the Western Association of Asian Studies Meeting. This paper influenced my thoughts for my proposal for the Fulbright Grant. It shows my interest in Buddhist memoir and the interaction between Western and Thai Buddhists.