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Three New Review Articles

We're pleased to announce three new review articles for this year's volume of the Western Buddhist Review.


Agi Erdos has reviewed Emily Sigalow's American JewBu, an analysis of a key but under-theorised feature of the Western Buddhist world: the preponderance of Jewish people in Buddhist Groups.


Ālokadhāra takes a close look at the prolific Anālayo's latest addition to the mindfulness literature, Introducing Mindfulness.


And Vidyādevī walks us through the tracks and detours explored in Christor Ives' new book, Zen on the Trail.


Read these reviews in the current issue of the Western Buddhist Review.

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