Constance Kassor

Position title: Assistant Professor of Asian Religions


Lawrence University

I am an assistant professor of religious studies at Lawrence University, where I teach courses on Buddhist thought and Asian religious traditions.

My research focuses on Tibetan Buddhist philosophy, and I am currently involved in several projects related to the Madhyamaka philosophy of the 15th-century thinker, Gorampa Sonam Senge. I’m also interested in religion and comics, women and gender minorities in Buddhism, pedagogy, and digital humanities.