Other Writing

2016

‘Treading the path with care’, Tricycle: the Buddhist Review, Winter, pp. 39–41


2012

‘Human rights development: provenance, ambit and effect’, ch. 1 in Michael Dudley, Derrick Silove and Fran Gale (eds) Mental Health and human rights (Oxford: Oxford University Press)

‘The coming of secular Buddhism: a synoptic view’, Journal of Global Buddhism, vol. 13, pp. 109–26.


2011

‘The Nuremberg legacy in the new millennium’, in Colin Tatz (ed.) Genocide Perspectives IV: Essays on Holocaust and genocide (Sydney: Australian Institute of Holocaust & Genocide Studies/UTSePress)


2009

 

 

 

 

 

(with Kristina Tamm Hallström) ‘Technical standardization’ in Akira Iriye and Pierre-Yves Saunier (eds) The Palgrave dictionary of transnational history (London: Palgrave Macmillan)

(with Kristina Tamm Hallström) ‘The International Organization of Standardization’ in Christian Tietje and Alan Brouder (eds) Handbook of transnational economic organizations (Leiden: Martinus Nijhoff)

‘The moral capital of the world’, in Adam Jones (ed.) Evoking genocide: scholars and activists describe the works that shaped their lives (Toronto: The Key Publishing House Inc.) 

‘Business and society’, in David Bubna-Litic (ed.) Interpenetrating worlds: spirituality and corporate social responsibility (Aldershot: Gower/Ashgate)


2007

(with Kristina Tamm Hallström) ‘Standardization, globalization and rationalities of government’, Organization (UK) vol. 14 no. 5, 685–704. (Republished in Steward Clegg (ed.), SAGE Directions in organization studies (London: Sage, 2009)

(with David Bubna-Litic) ‘The emergence of secular insight practice in Australia’, Journal of Global Buddhism no. 8, pp. 157–173.


2006

‘Could it happen again? The Holocaust and the national dimension’, in Colin Tatz, Peter Arnold and Sandra Tatz (eds) Genocide Perspectives III: essays on the Holocaust and other genocides (Blackheath: Brandl & Schlesinger/Australian Institute of Holocaust and Genocide Studies)


2003

(with Geoff Dow) ‘What have we done wrong? The responsibilities of the rich’, Australian Journal of Politics and History vol. 49, no. 3, pp. 380–97


2001

‘The limits of business: the rights of the community’, in Geoff Dow and Rachel Parker (eds), Business, work and community in the new millennium (Melbourne: Oxford University Press) 


Texts, videos and audios of dharma talks given over a long period can be downloaded from the Secular Buddhism in Aotearoa New Zealand website here.