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This book introduces contemporary Buddhists from across Asia and from various walks of life. Eschewing traditional hagiographies, the editors have collected sixty-six profiles of individuals who would be excluded from most Buddhist histories and ethnographies. In addition to monks and nuns, readers will encounter artists, psychologists, social workers, part-time priests, healers, and librarians as well as charlatans, hucksters, profiteers, and rabble-rousers―all whose lives reflect changes in modern Buddhism even as they themselves shape the course of these changes.

The editors and contributors are fundamentally concerned with how individual Buddhists make meaning and display this understanding to others. Some practitioners profiled look to the past, lamenting the transformations Buddhism has undergone in recent times, while others embrace these. Some have adopted a “new asceticism,” while others are eager to explore different religious traditions as they think about their own ways of being Buddhist. Arranging the profiles according to these themes―looking backward, forward, inward, and outward―reveals the value of studying individual Buddhists and their idiosyncratic religious backgrounds and attitudes, thus highlighting the diversity of approaches to the practice and study of Buddhism in Asia today. Students and teachers will welcome sections on further readings and additional tables of contents that organize the profiles thematically, as well as by tradition (Theravada, Mahayana, Vajrayana), region, and country.

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  • SWIC deans list for 2014 semester

    02/24/15 ,via Belleville News Democrat

    COLLINSVILLE: Angelica M. Adams, Nick Ahrens, Sarah N. Airhart, Temitope E. Ajayi, Jeffrey J. Babiak, Joseph Allen Bartee, Christina Bartz, Ian S. Bauer, Jeffrey W. Bell, Todd A. Blastenbrei, Dawn Marie Blum, Melanie Rae Bohnstadt, Gabriel J. Box

  • SC State trustees put president on administrative leave

    02/23/15 ,via The State

    The only statement was a comment from acting president Dr. W. Franklin Evans. "These are critical times at SC State; therefore, it is imperative that we remain focused on the matters most important to the institution's short-and long-term



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  • Initiative on Cities seminar addresses urban policing, practices

    02/24/15 ,via Daily Free Press

    Approximately 30 students, faculty and members of the BU community gathered at the Florence and Chafetz Hillel House to listen to Boston Police Department Commissioner William Evans, Rev. Jeffrey Brown and Metropolitan College Professor Shea Cronin address ...

  • Prosecutors don’t intend to use Gothic Kittens in homicide case

    02/19/15 ,via Times-Leader

    Assistant district attorneys William Finnegan, Mamie Phillips and Daniel Hollander ... helps prove motive to the slayings of Ronald “Barney” Evans, 73, and Evans’ son, Jeffrey, 43, on April 21, 2014. Crawford and her boyfriend, James Roche, 32 ...

  • Anatomy of a school closing: How Fairfax County officials make the call on snow days

    02/18/15 ,via Washington Post

    The Monday night storm also led to other closures and delays across the region’s school districts, with Loudoun and Prince William counties also closing ... more than an average number of snow days — Jeff Platenberg, assistant superintendent for ...


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