Natalie Fisk Quli
Institute of Buddhist Studies - US

Women in Theravāda Traditions with Natalie Fisk Quli

The is pleased to announce that Dr. has been appointed to Core Faculty as an Associate Professor of Studies. She has previously served as a Research Fellow for a number of years.

Dr. Quli earned her doctorate from the Graduate Theological Union and is an expert on in the US and Canada, Theravāda studies, and current .

She is intrigued by how groups maintain, reconstruct, or even reinvent traditions in response to changing and how hierarchies and power structures within these communities are formed. Additionally, she is interested in investigating the connections between them.

She has recently published such as “When White Buddhists ‘Don’t See Race” in Buddhadharma magazine and “A Brief Critical Appraisal of the Buddhist Modernism Paradigm” in the Routledge Handbook of Buddhist-Christian Studies. She will be a course on “Women in Theravāda Traditions” in the coming Spring.

After Dr. Richard Payne’s retirement, Dr. Quli will be assuming a greater responsibility in the production of the Pacific World Journal, which is the academic journal of the Institute of Buddhist Studies. She is currently the Senior Editor.

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