Media Interviews 2016-11-25T22:54:59+00:00


Media Interviews

  • Science Meets Mind – Imagining a Revolution, with B. Alan Wallace” by Shuyin, Buddhistdoor Global, Dec. 11, 2015
  • Six Questions for B. Alan Wallace”: An Interview about Buddhism, science, and the nature of mind,” Tricycle, December 18 2014
  • “Um equilíbrio plenamente atento,” by Miguel Berredo, in the journal Bodisatva, March 19, 2013: Interview
  • Is the Dalia Lama an Atheist?” on “Skeptiko: Science at the Tipping Point,” February, 2009
  • “Unwavering Samadhi: Meditative Achievement and Its Impact in the World” interviewed for Podcast “Buddhist Geeks, March 17, 2008: Interview
  • “A Mindful Balance: Interview with B. Alan Wallace.” In Tricycle: The Buddhist Review, Spring, 2008: 60-63, 109-111
  • Interviewed for “The Tibet Connection: The English-Language Radio News Magazine About Tibet,” July 27, 2007
  • “Buddhismus im Labortest.” Interview published in “Die Zeit,” March 15, 2007, Nr. 12: Interview pdf:
  • “On Contemplative Science,” interviewed for Podcast “Buddhist Geeks:” 
  • “On Achieving Shamatha,” interviewed for Podcast “Buddhist Geeks: 
  • Interviewed for “The Skeptics Corner:” 
  • “Happiness—A Science of the Mind.” Interviewed by Paula Gordon and Bill Russell, “The Paula Gordon Show: Conversations with People at the Leading Edge,” November 26, 2006:. See also “Be Happy, Start a Revolution,” by Paula Gordon. In The Huffington Post, Nov. 29, 2006: 
  • Buddha on the Brain,” interviewed by Steve Paulson, November 27, 2006:
  • Interviewed with MIT neuroscientist Christopher Moore on “The Leonard Lopate Show,” New York Public Radio, April 28, 2006: 
  • “Mindfulness: The Heart of Buddhist Meditation? A Conversation with Jan Chozen Bays,
  • Joseph Goldstein, Jon Kabat-Zinn, and Alan Wallace.” For Inquiring Mind: A Semiannual Journal of the Vipassana Community, Vol. 22, No. 2, Spring 2006: 4-7, 28-29
  • Interviewed by Rob M. Hogendoorn at Columbia University, February 26, 2006: 
  • “Interview with Alan Wallace” by Sarah Lionheart. In Yoga & Health, February 2005: 9- 10: 
  • “Altruism: What Science Can Learn from Buddhism.” For Science & Theology News, December 2004: 11
  • “Scientific Mind, Buddhist Mind.” For Inquiring Mind: A Semiannual Journal of the Vipassana Community, Vol. 20, No. 2, Spring 2004: 22-25
  • “Tibetan Buddhism in the West: Is It Working?” For Tricycle: The Buddhist Review, Summer 2001: 54-63