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Buddhadharma : Winter 2018
10 BUDDHADHARMA: THE PRACTITIONER'S QUARTERLY LAMA ROD OWENS completed a traditional three-year retreat at Kagyu Thubten Choling Monastery in Wappingers Falls, New York, and is a graduate of Harvard Divinity School. 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 bridg- ing spiritual practice with social change. He co-authored Radical Dharma: Talking Race, Liberation, and Love with angel Kyodo williams and Jasmine Syedullah. CONTRIBUTORS (PHOTOCREDITS,LEFT—RIGHT)JESSBENJAMIN,DANIELDONNER/GESARMEDIA,A,PAMELAYBANEZ LAMA RIGZIN DROLMA (Anne C. Klein) is a professor of religion at Rice University and cofounder of Dawn Mountain Center for Tibetan Buddhism in Houston. A student of Buddhism since 1971, she received teaching authorization in 1995 and the title of Dorje Lopon (Vajra Study Master) in 2010. She is the author of Meeting the Great Bliss Queen: Buddhists, Feminists, and the Art of the Self and Heart Essence of the Vast Expanse: A Story of Transmission. THANISSARO BHIKKHU is a monk in the Thai Forest Tradition. After moving to Thailand and studying under the forest master Ajahn Fuang Jotiko for twenty-two years, he returned to the US and cofounded the Metta Forest Monastery in San Diego County, California, where he serves as abbot. He is the author of With Each and Every Breath and The Shape of Suffering, as well as the translator of numer- ous suttas and classical texts. FUNIE HSU is an assistant professor of American Studies at San Jose State University and a for- mer board member of the Buddhist Peace Fellowship. Her work revolves around issues of race, gender, colo- nialism, and knowledge construction, with one component of her research examining race, Asian Americans, and American Buddhism. She prac- tices in the Taiwanese Humanistic tradition of her family and is a new student in the Jodo Shinshu tradition.