The Dalai Lama, an exiled Tibetan spiritual leader, will speak tonight at Harvard on "The Nature of Self" in the last stop of his 46-day tour of the United States.
Hosted by the Center for the Study of World Religions (CSWR), the 44-year-old Buddhist monk will spend three days at Harvard, participating in a Divinity School seminar on "Buddhism and Society," attending a private reception at the CSWR and holding a press conference in the Faculty Club.
The Dalai Lama--a Mongolian title meaning "ocean of wisdom"--has lived in northearn India for the past 18 years. The Dalai Lama will give his speech at 7 p.m. in Sanders Theater. The CSWR distributed tickets for the address several weeks ago.