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Buddhadharma : Winter 2017
Buddhadharma: The PracTiTioner’s QuarTerly 9 Ann GleiG is an assistant professor of religion and cultural studies at the Univer- sity of Central Florida. In April 2017 she received the University Excellence in Under- graduate Teaching Award. She completed her PhD in religious studies at Rice Univer- sity in 2010, focusing on Buddhism and Hin- duism in modernity. Her forthcoming book about current trends in American meditation- based Buddhism is being published by Yale University Press in 2018. Jeff Wilson is an ordained minister in the Hongwanji-ha tradition of Shin Bud- dhism and a professor of religious studies and East Asian studies at Renison University College, University of Waterloo. He has published pioneering research on the history of same-sex wedding ceremonies in North America and is the author of Buddhism of the Heart and Mindful America. RoGeR JAckson is professor emeritus of Asian studies and reli- gion at Carleton Col- lege in Minnesota. He trained with Geshe Sopa at the University of Wisconsin from 1975 to 1983 and later collaborated with him on two books. He has a special inter- est in Mahamudra, which he has studied and practiced for over thirty years, and is presently completing a book on Mahamudra in the Geluk tradition. He also serves as co- editor of the Indian International Journal of Buddhist Studies. ZenJu eARthlyn MAnuel is a Zen priest and dharma heir of the late Zenkei Blanche Hartman. She has a PhD in Transforma- tive Learning from California Institute of Integral Studies and is the author of The Way of Tenderness: Awak- ening Through Race, Sexuality, and Gender. Her forthcoming book, Sanctuary (Wisdom, April 2018), explores the tension between oppression and finding our true home within our own hearts. conTribuTors (PHOTOCREDITS,LEFT—RIgHT)Jeanineviau,KristenWilson,MarcsaKaMoto,vaschelleandré