Annabella Pitkin

Annabella Pitkin is assistant professor of Buddhism and East Asian Religions at Lehigh University. She specializes in Tibetan Buddhism and Asian intellectual history.

Recent Articles

Tibet, Zen, Lion's Roar, Buddhadharma, Review

Forgotten Encounters of Tibetan Zen

The phrase “Tibetan Zen”—the title of scholar Sam van Schaik’s new book—may initially startle the casual reader.

Reviews: How the Buddha Became St. Josaphat

Reviews of "In Search of the Christian Buddha: How an Asian Sage Became a Medieval Saint" by Donald S. Lopez, Jr. and Peggy McCracken.

Reviews: Inventing the Buddha

Annabelle Pitkin reviews "From Stone to Flesh: A Brief History of the Buddha", by Donald Lopez, Jr.

The Road to Modern Buddhism

Annabella Pitkin review "Buddhism In the Modern World", edited by David L. McMahan.