New York Times reports on the opening of a new library in Chengdu, China, that houses E. Gene Smith’s archive of more than 12,000 volumes.
The Tibetan Buddhist Resource Center (TBRC) has moved from the Rubin Museum of Art to a new office space in Cambridge, Massachusetts.
In honor of Tibetologist E. Gene Smith, the Rubin Foundation will celebrate his life with a documentary about Smith, Digital Dharma.
Melvin McLeod reports on the memorial service of the late Tibetologist E. Gene Smith, whose work helped spread Tibetan culture.
A reflection on the late Gene Smith, who dedicated his life to preserving Tibet’s literary heritage, and played a key role in its survival.
Message from His Holiness the Seventeenth Gyalwang Karmapa, Ogyen Trinley Dorje on the passing of Gene Smith.
Timothy J. McNeill delivers a heartfelt obituary for the late E. Gene Smither, remembering the man who lived his life among Tibetan texts.
E. Gene Smith, who through his life and work strove to make the literature of the Tibetan people available to all, has died.
Lawrence Pintak profiles Gene Smith, the man from Ogden, Utah who single-handedly spearheaded the preservation of thousands of Tibetan texts.