Gregory Seton, PhD   Meditations and Course Architecture

Gregory Seton, PhD

Meditations and Course Architecture

Gregory Seton is currently a Senior Lecturer at Dartmouth College where he teaches Theory of Meditation and Buddhist Meditation. He is a scholar of both ancient and modern Buddhist texts in Tibetan and Sanskrit, specializing in the theoretical frameworks behind meditation.

Initially earning a BA in Film Studies from Wesleyan University in 1990, graduating from the American Film Institute, and working in the film industry as an award-winning writer and director for nine years, he returned to academia in 2001 to do his first of two masters degrees in Indo-Tibetan Buddhist Studies. After receiving his DPhil in Buddhist Studies from the University of Oxford, he took a position as professor of Tibetan and Indian Buddhist Studies at Mahidol University in Thailand.