The Chökyi Gyatso Translation Committee
The Chökyi Gyatso Translation Committee translates scholarly material from German and French into English.
Gelong Lodrö Sangpo, under the supervision of Professor Ernst Steinkellner (Vienna) has translated Erich Frauwallner’s classical anthology, Die Philosophie des Buddhismus ("The Philosophy of Buddhism"), published by Motilal Banarsidass, Delhi 2010. For more information about this translation, click here.
Lodrö Sangpo has also published an annotated English translation of Louis de La Vallée Poussin’s Vasubandhu’s Abhidharmakośabhāṣya (4 volumes, 2898 pages), published by Motilal Banarsidass, 2012. For more information about this translation, click here.
He is presently working on an English translation of Professor Lambert Schmithausen’s Collected Writings, the first volume of which is scheduled to be published in 2014.
Gelongma Migme Chödrön has produced translations of the following texts:
- Mahāprajñāpāramitāśāstra. Translated by Étienne Lamotte.
- Vijñaptimātratāsiddhi. Translated by Louis de La Vallée Poussin.
- Mahāyānasaṃgraha. Translated by Étienne Lamotte.
- Les Sectes Bouddhiques du Petit Véhicule. By André Bareau.
- La Saveur de l’Immortel (Amṛtarasa). Translated by Van den Broeck.
- Abhidharmasamuccaya. Translated by Walpola Rahula.
- Vie et chants de ‘Brug-pa Kun-legs le yogin (The Life and Songs of Drugpa Kunlegs). Translated by R.A. Stein. (Note that Chögyam Trungpa Rinpoche was said to be an incarnation of Drugpa Kunlegs, who was known as the Madman of Bhutan.) For more information about this translation, click here.
If you are interested in receiving any of Ani Migme Chödrön's translations, please contact her at firstname.lastname@example.org.
William S. Waldron* professor at Middlebury College (Vermont) has taught at Gampo Abbey. He has provided the following texts of interest:
* William S. Waldron received his PhD in Buddhist Studies from the University of Wisconsin after studying extensively in India, Nepal, and Japan. He teaches South Asian religions and Buddhist philosophy at Middlebury College, Vermont. His research areas include the Yogācāra school of Indian Buddhism, and comparative psychologies and philosophies of mind.