Editor

Peter Harvey received his Ph.D under the supervision of Ninian Smart at Lancaster University. Harvey is the author of An Introduction to Buddhism: Teachings, History and Practices published by Cambridge University Press, whose 1st edition sold over 55,000 copies.[2] He has also authored a book on anatta, The Selfless Mind: Personality, Consciousness and Nirvana in Early Buddhism,[3][4] and An Introduction to Buddhist Ethics: Foundations, Values and Practices published by the Cambridge University Press. His papers on Theravada Buddhism have appeared in many peer-reviewed journals, but his contributions to the broader Buddhist studies include an anthology of Theravāda, Mahāyāna and Vajrayāna texts that is being distributed by Mahachulalongkorn Rajavidyalaya University in Thailand.[5][6] He co-founded UK Association for Buddhist Studies with professor Ian Harris, and has been an editor of the journal Buddhist Studies Review.[5] Harvey was Professor of Buddhist Studies at the University of Sunderland prior to his retirement

Alice Collett received her Ph.D. from Cardiff University (UK) in 2004. Since then, she has worked in several universities in Europe, North America and Asia. Her research specialism is women in early Indian Buddhism, a subject on which she has published many journal articles, books and book chapters over the last 12 years. She has also received several grants and awards to develop her research, including awards from the Arts and Humanities Council of Great Britain, Numata, and The Spalding Trust. Dr Collett has delivered many academic papers and public lectures on her research over the last 15 years, having been invited to many countries around the world to lecture on the topic, including, for example, a public lecture at UNESCO Headquarters in Paris, a conference paper for the Buddhism and Orientalism conference at the University of Toronto and a public lecture on women in early Buddhist inscriptions as part of an ancient world lecture series for the York Festival of Ideas (UK). She is currently co-editor, with Peter Harvey, of Buddhist Studies Review, a journal of the UK Association for Buddhist Studies, an organisation for which she served on the committee for many years. She also serves on the editorial board for the Journal of Buddhist Ethics, and the Academic Advisory Board for Asian Languages and Literatures.

Review Editor

Editorial Board

  • Cathy Cantwell, Oriental Institute, University of Oxford, United Kingdom
  • Rongdao Lai, University Of California (USC Dornsife), United States
  • Lori Meeks, University of Southern California, United States

Editorial Advisory Board

  • Robert Buswell, University of California, Los Angeles, United States