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Ph.D., Buddhist Studies, University of Washington, 2017
M.A., International Studies (Comparative Religions), University of Washington, 2012
M.A., Comparative Studies (Religious Studies), Ohio State University, 2007
B.A. Comparative Studies (Religious Studies), Ohio State University, 2005
- Marino, Joseph. 2021. “Mahaparaḍaha Sutra (Great Conflagration Discourse).” Journal of Gandharan Buddhist Texts, Vol 1 (http://dx.doi.org/10.30722/JGBT.2021.002).
- Marino, Joseph. 2021. “Suhadukha Sutra”. Journal of Gandharan Buddhist Texts, Vol. 1 (http://dx.doi.org/10.30722/JGBT.2021.001).
- Marino, Joseph. 2020. “The Gāndhārī ‘Discourse on Pleasure and Pain’: Some Thoughts on Similes and Textual Variation in the Connected Discourses,” in Dhammadinnā, ed., Research on the Saṃyukta-āgama. Taipei: Dharma Drum Publishing Corporation.
- Marino, Joseph. 2019. “From the Blacksmith’s Forge to the Fires of Hell: Eating the Red-Hot Iron Ball in Early Buddhist Literature.” Buddhist Studies Review 36/1: 31-51.
- Marino, Joseph. 2015 “Cats with Flaming Tails: The Simile of the Fortified City in Pāli and Gāndhārī Sūtra Literature.” Journal of the International Association of Buddhist Studies 38: 73-105. Download PDF (1.14 MB)
- Salomon, Richard and Marino, Joseph. 2014. “Observations on the Deorkothar Inscriptions and Their Significance for the Evaluation of Buddhist Historical Traditions.” Sōka daigaku kokusai bukkyōgaku kōtō kenkyūjo nenpō 創価大学国際仏教学高等研究所年報 Annual Report of The International Research Institute for Advanced Buddhology at Soka University 17: 27-39. Download PDF (651.49 KB)
- Professor Joseph Marino interviewed by the South Asia Center - August 7, 2020