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Buddhadharma : Fall 2018
10 BUDDHADHARMA: THE PRACTITIONER'S QUARTERLY GESHE LHUNDUB SOPA (1923–2014) was chosen to be one of the Dalai Lama’s geshe degree debate examin- ers in 1959. That same year, following the Tibet uprising, he fled Tibet for India, and in 1962, at the Dalai Lama’s request, he moved to the US, where he eventually joined the faculty of the Buddhist studies pro- gram at the University of Wisconsin–Madison, becoming one of the first Tibetans to be tenured at an American university. In 1976, he founded the Deer Park Buddhist Center in Oregon, Wisconsin, where he taught the dharma for nearly forty years. CONTRIBUTORS (PHOTOCREDITS,LEFT—RIGHT)UNKNOWN,AMANDALANE,TWOIRISES,IMREGALAMBOS DOJIN SARAH EMERSON trained at San Francisco Zen Center, primarily Tassajara, for ten years, culminating in ordination as a Zen priest in 2007. She has also worked in the fields of mental health and pastoral care. She and her husband Korin serve as head teachers of Stone Creek Zen Center in Sebastopol, California, where they live with their two children. LARRY YANG is a teacher at the East Bay Meditation Center in Oakland and sits on the Teachers Council of Spirit Rock Meditation Center, where he is the coordinating teacher of the twentieth-anniver- sary People of Color Retreat. A longtime advocate for training spiritual leadership within Communities of Color and LGBTQI communities, he serves as one of the core trainers for the current Spirit Rock Dharma Teachers Training Program. He is the author of Awakening Together: The Spiritual Practice of Inclusivity and Community. SAM VAN SCHAIK is a leading scholar and expert on the Tibetan manuscripts from Dunhuang, and he has worked since 1999 at the British Library, where he is currently principal investigator in the project Beyond Boundaries, which explores the history and cultures of Asia in the first millennium. He is the author of several books including Tibetan Zen and the forthcoming The Spirit of Zen (Yale, 2019).