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Buddhadharma : Spring 2019
10 BUDDHADHARMA: THE PRACTITIONER'S QUARTERLY ANNABELLA PITKIN is an assistant profes- sor of Buddhism and East Asian Religions at Lehigh University in Bethlehem, Penn- sylvania. Her current research focuses on Tibetan Buddhist modernity, Buddhist ideals of renunciation, miracle narratives, and Buddhist biographies. She is completing a book manuscript titled Beggar Modern: Modernity, Renuncia- tion, and Love in the Life of a 20th-Century Tibetan Buddhist Saint. CONTRIBUTORS (PHOTOCREDITS,LEFT—RIGHT)COURTESYOFTHEAUTHOR|TWOIRISES|(UNKNOWN)|COURTESYOFTHEAUTHOR LARRY YANG is a teacher at the East Bay Meditation Center in Oakland and at Insight Community of the Desert in Palm Springs, as well as a member of the Teachers Council of Spirit Rock Meditation Center. He also serves as one of the core train- ers for the current Spirit Rock Dharma Teach- ers Training Program, whose participants come from underrep- resented communities. He is the author of Awakening Together: The Spiritual Practice of Inclusivity and Community. LOPON ELIZABETH MONSON is the spiritual codirector of Natural Dharma Fellowship and the managing teacher at Wonderwell Mountain Refuge, both in Spring- field, New Hampshire. She has been studying, practicing, and teach- ing Tibetan Buddhism for nearly thirty years, and holds a PhD in the Study of Religion from Harvard University. She is one of the translators of More Than a Mad- man: The Divine Words of Drukpa Kunley and is writing a biography of Drukpa Kunley. JUSTIN WHITAKER is the author of the blog American Buddhist Perspectives, where he explores Buddhism as it relates to ethics, ecology, philosophy, and politics; he is also the North America correspondent for Buddhistdoor Global. A Buddhist scholar, he is currently a visiting instructor at the Centre of Buddhist Studies of Hong Kong Univer- sity, where he teaches courses on Buddhism in contemporary society and Buddhist ethics.