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Buddhadharma : Summer 2018
10 BUDDHADHARMA: THE PRACTITIONER'S QUARTERLY LAMA ROD OWENS has a master of divinity from Harvard Divinity School and completed a traditional three- year retreat at Kagyu Thubten Choling Monastery in Wap- pingers Falls, New York. He is a visiting teacher with Natural Dharma Fellowship and Brooklyn Zen Center and cofounder of Bhumisparsha, an online Buddhist tantric practice community committed to bridging spiritual practice with social change. He is the coauthor of Radical Dharma: Talking Race, Liberation, and Love. CONTRIBUTORS (PHOTOCREDITS,LEFT—RIGHT)ERICACAMILLE,UNKNOWN,ANNAMURRAY-PREECE,MINNESOTAZENMEDITATIONCENTER JACQUELINE STONE is a professor of religion at Princeton, where she teaches courses in Buddhism and Japa- nese religions. She is the author of Original Enlightenment and the Transformation of Medieval Japanese Buddhism and Right Thoughts at the Last Moment: Buddhism and Deathbed Prac- tices in Early Medieval Japan. Currently she is vice president of the editorial board of the Kuroda Institute for the Study of Bud- dhism and serves on the advisory board of the Japanese Journal of Religious Studies. ROB PREECE began practicing Buddhism in 1973 and spent many years in intensive retreat in the Himala- yas, where he trained in the Geluk tradition under the guidance of Lama Thubten Yeshe, Lama Zopa Rinpoche, and the Dalai Lama, among others. An experienced meditation teacher and thangka painter, he is the author of Feeling Wisdom and the newly released Tasting the Essence of Tantra. He lives in Eng- land, where he works as a psychotherapist, combining Jungian and Buddhist perspectives. DAININ KATAGIRI ROSHI came to the United States from Japan in 1963 and later joined Shunryu Suzuki Roshi at the San Francisco Zen Center, where he assisted until Suzuki’s death in 1971. He then moved to Min- neapolis, where he helped establish both the Minneapolis Zen Center and Hokyoji, a monastery in the coun- tryside of Minnesota, and taught until his death in 1990. His new collection of teachings is The Light that Shines through Infinity: Zen and the Energy of Life.