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<p>Today's lecture by Aleix Ruiz Falques of Shan State Buddhist University, Myanmar, is the sixth in a series, The Jun Zhou Lectures in Theravada Buddhism.</p><p>The Divinity School is pleased to offer a series of six lectures on various topics in Theravada Buddhism during the 2019-2020 academic year.

<p>In light of new technologies like CRISPR, the seemingly infinite possibilities of altering the human genome have sparked debate in communities across the globe. Are we reaching new heights in genetic medicine, or are we promulgating eugenics?

<p>Today's lecture by Pyi Phyo Kyaw of King's College is the fifth in a series, The Jun Zhou Lectures in Theravada Buddhism.</p><p>The Divinity School is pleased to offer a series of six lectures on various topics in Theravada Buddhism during the 2019-2020 academic year.

<p>The Divinity School is pleased to offer a series of six lectures on various topics in Theravada Buddhism during the 2019-2020 academic year. Kate Crosby, Professor of Buddhist Studies in the department of Theology and Religious Studies at King’s College, London, will deliver today's Jun Zhou Lecture in Theravada Buddhism: </p><p>&quot;Esoteric Theravada Meditation: Corruption or Abhidhamma?&quot;</p><p>This talk will examine the esoteric meditation that dominated much of the Theravada world before the modern period.