Ancient Wisdom, Modern Madness: Inter-term Week for College Students
Dr. Bernard McGrane
January 17–27, 2013
Now in its 23rd year, Ancient Wisdom, Modern Madness, offered through the Honors Program at Chapman University, is a 10-day immersion in Shambhala Buddhist culture designed to awaken the warrior within. From meditation to art, kyudo (Japanese archery), and unique practices for working with energy, you will be exposed to the richness of Shambhala.
$1144 is the all-inclusive price for dormitory accommodations; college credit is available through Chapman University.
Dr. McGrane will be joined by senior teachers of Shambhala Buddhist education and the arts.
Bernard McGrane did his undergraduate work at Fairfield University and Die Freie Universitat Berlin, and received his PhD from New York University. His principle fields of study have been sociology, philosophy, anthropology, and intellectual history. Prior to teaching at Chapman University in the sociology department, Bernard taught at a wide variety of universities: Vermont College, Norwich University, Colby College, Cuesta Community College, UCLA, Loyola Marymount, Pitzer College, and UC Irvine. He has studied Tibetan Buddhism under meditation master Chögyam Trungpa Rinpoche and transformative education with Landmark Education. Bernard is the author of Beyond Anthropology, Society and the Other; The Un-TV and the 10-MPH Car: Experiments in Personal Freedom and Everyday Life; and This Book is Not Required: An Emotional Survival Manual for Students. He is also featured in two educational videos: The Ad and the Id: Sex, Death and Subliminal Advertising and The Ad and the Ego: Advertising and Identity.
Financial aid is available for this program.