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Buddhadharma : Spring 2018
10 BUDDHADHARMA: THE PRACTITIONER'S QUARTERLY JACK KORNFIELD trained as a Buddhist monk in Thailand, Burma, and India, first as a student of the Thai Forest master Ajahn Chah and then with Mahasi Sayadaw of Burma. He cofounded the Insight Medita tion Society in Barre, Massachusetts, with Sharon Salzberg and Joseph Goldstein, and Spirit Rock Meditation Center in Woodacre, California. His most recent book is No Time Like the Present: Find- ing Freedom, Love, and Joy Right Where You Are. CONTRIBUTORS (PHOTOCREDITS,LEFT—RIGHT)ANDREAROTH,UNKNOWN,RACHELHUMPHREY,ANNIEBITBOL CHARLENE LEUNG is chair of the Diversity Working Group for Shambhala Interna tional and a facilitator for UNtraining, an organization devoted to healing personal and social oppressions. She grew up in the San Francisco Bay Area, where her Chinese immigrant parents settled, and witnessed firsthand the discrimi nation and racial vio lence against Chinese Americans. Of dharma and diversity work, she says, “The two are inextricably linked for me.” She practices Chinese medicine as a licensed acupunctur ist and herbalist and teaches qigong. THANISSARA trained for twelve years as a nun in the Thai Forest Tradition and was a founding member of both Chithurst Mon astery and Amaravati Buddhist Monastery in England. In 2000 she cofounded Dharma giri Sacred Mountain Retreat in South Africa. She teaches at Insight Meditation Society and Spirit Rock, where she cofacilitated the Community Dharma Leader Program from 2010–2012, and is the author of Time to Stand Up: An Engaged Buddhist Manifesto for Our Earth. In 2016 she moved to the Bay Area. MICHEL BITBOL is a researcher at the French National Center for Scientific Research (CNRS) in Paris. He holds a medical degree, a doctorate in physics, and an Habilitation in philosophy. After his start in physics, he turned to philosophy, editing texts by Erwin Schrödinger and for mulating a neoKantian philosophy of quantum mechanics. His work, done in collaboration with Francisco Varela, has drawn a paral lel between Buddhist dependent arising and nonsupervenient relations in quantum physics.