Yael Bentor received her PhD in Tibetan Studies from Indiana University in 1991. Since then has been teaching Classical Tibetan language as well as classes on Tibetan Buddhism and culture, at the Hebrew University of Jerusalem. Among her publications are: Consecration of Images and Stūpas in Indo-Tibetan Tantric Buddhism (Leiden: E. J. Brill, 1996); A Classical Tibetan Reader: Excerpts from Renowned Works with Custom Glossaries (Wisdom Publication), The Essence of the Ocean of Attainments: Explanation of the Creation Stage of the Guhyasamāja, King of All Tantras, by the First Panchen Rinpoche, Blo-bzang-chos-kyi-rgyal-mtshan, translated with Penpa Dorjee (New York: The American Institute of Buddhist Studies at Columbia University in New York with Columbia University’s Center for Buddhist Studies and Tibet House US).
Other books by Yael Bentor:
A Classical Tibetan Reader