EASTERN AND COMPARATIVE RELIGION COURSES AND LECTURES: VANCOUVER ISLAND REGIONAL LIBRARY
To watch any Vancouver Island Regional Library documentaries, you will need to do the following:
1) Acquire a free library card through any of the branch libraries (egs. Courtenay, Comox, Campbell River, Port Alberni, Cumberland) or through the online registration service ( https://virl.bc.ca/get-help/get-a-card/ ).
2) Set up a password to access materials online.
Books That Matter -- The Analects Of Confucius, Great Courses, 24 lectures: Beloit College professor Robert Andre LaFleur offers an in-depth introduction to the sayings of the Chinese philosopher.
Sacred Texts Of The World, Great Courses, 36 lectures: University Of North Carolina At Asheville professor Grant Hardy explores the world's sacred scripture.
Death, Dying And The Afterlife, Great Courses, 24 lectures: Hamline University professor Mark Berkson frames ideas about death and the afterlife within a comparative context.
Thinking About Religion And Violence, Great Courses, 24 lectures: North Carolina State University professor Jason Bivin examines religious violence within a comparative context.
"Origins Of Buddhism," Episode 19, Foundations Of Eastern Civilization, Great Courses: A 30-minute lecture from Craig Benjamin's 2013 course.