Dhammananda Bhikkhuni

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Dhammananda Bhikkhuni, Ph.D. (Chatsumarn Kabilsingh, b. 1945), ordained Bhikkhuni Dhammananda, is a Thai bhikkhuni (Buddhist nun). On February 28, 2003[1], Kabilsingh received full bhikkhuni (nun) ordination in Sri Lanka. She earned a Ph.D. at Thammasat University in Bangkok and was a professor of Buddhist philosophy for twenty-seven years[2] and currently is abbot of the first temple in Thailand where there are fully ordained nuns[3].

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Buddhist publications in English

  • A Comparative Study of Bhikkhunã Pàtimokkha. Chaukhambha Orientalia: India, 1981.
  • A Cry From the Forest.1981. (further information unavailable)
  • Bhikkhunã Pàtimokkha of the Six Existing Schools.tr. Bangkok, 1991. Sri Satguru Publications, 1998.
    • ISBN: 9788170305705
  • Buddhism and Nature Conservation.Bangkok, Thailand: Thammasat University Press, 1998.
    • ISBN: 9789745716568
  • "Early Buddhists on Nature" in This Sacred Earth by Roger S. Gottlieb. Routledge, 2004. 130-133.[4]
  • "Reading Buddhist Texts with New Light" in Buddhist Exploration of Peace and Justice by Chanju Mun and Ronald S. Green. Honolulu, HI: Blue Pine Books, 2006. 89-96.[5]
  • Thai Women in Buddhism.Berkeley, CA: Parallax Press, 1991.
  • Women and Buddhism.Institute of Women's Studies (St. Scholastica's College), Isis International (Manila, Philippines). Manila: Isis International, 1996.[6]
  • Women in Buddhism: Questions and Answers.First published 1998.
    • ISBN: 9745726079
    • eBook: [1]

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