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Duncan Ryuken Williams

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Background Information

Employment History

Kaya Press


Chair

Berkeley


Research Associate

RealEstateConsulting.com


Director

USC


Buddhist Chaplain

Harvard University


Marketing and Administrative Intern

Waddell & Reed Inc


Affiliations

Hapa Japan Database Project

Founder


Jungle Echoes

Board Member


Education

B.A.

Religious Studies

Reed College


Ph.D.

Religion

Harvard University


Web References(150 Total References)


10 Asian + Asian American Buddhists Who Make a Difference - Zen Peacemakers

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Duncan Ryuken Williams, a Professor of Buddhist Studies at UC Berkeley, has written on Japanese Buddhist history, Buddhism and environmentalism, and American Buddhism.
He is the author of several books, including Buddhism and Ecology: The Interconnection of Dharma and Deeds(Harvard, 1997). Sister Jun Yasuda, whose picture graces the new masthead of the Jizo Chronicles, is part of the Nipponzan Myohji order. She has led and participated in peace walks to address issues such as nuclear disarmament, prison reform, and Native American rights for many years now. Sister Jun-san lives at the Grafton Peace Pagoda in upstate New York.


DharmaNet International

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Dr. Duncan Williams
University of California at Berkeley The Buddhist Way of Life is produced by


DharmaNet International

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Duncan Williams
University of California at Berkeley The Buddhist Way of Life is produced by


Spotthecat | Shinnyo-en Foundation - Part 2

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Interview with Dr. Duncan Williams
Interview with Dr. Duncan Williams Dr. Duncan Williams, Chair of the Center for Japanese Studies, UC Berkeley Duncan Williams, Associate Professor of Japanese Buddhism, received his B.A. in Religious Studies at Reed College (1991),...


Interview with Dr. Duncan Williams | Shinnyo-en Foundation

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Interview with Dr. Duncan Williams Dr. Duncan Williams Dr. Duncan Williams, Chair of the Center for Japanese Studies, UC Berkeley Duncan Williams, Associate Professor of Japanese Buddhism, received his B.A. in Religious Studies at Reed College (1991), his M.T.S. at Harvard Divinity School (1993), and Ph.D. in Religion at Harvard University (2000). He works primarily on Japanese Buddhist history, Buddhism and environmentalism, and American Buddhism. He is the author of The Other Side of Zen: A Social History of Soto Zen Buddhism in Tokugawa Japan (Princeton, 2005), translator of four Japanese books, and editor of three volumes including American Buddhism (Curzon, 1999) and Buddhism and Ecology (Harvard, 1997). He is currently completing a manuscript entitled Camp Dharma: Japanese-American Buddhism and the World War Two Incarceration Experience (forthcoming, UC Press) and an edited volume, Issei Buddhism in the Americas: The Pioneers of the Japanese-American Buddhist Diaspora. His next project focuses on Buddhism and bathing practices in Japan through the themes of healing and purification. Dr. Williams: I have been at Berkeley for three years. Dr. Williams: Our mission is to deepen the understanding of Japan. Dr. Williams: The Center and the Shinnyo-en Foundation have some basic, shared values. Dr. Williams: In November, a group of professors from UC Berkeley, including our Chancellor Robert Birgeneau, assembled in Tokyo for a signing ceremony with the Shinnyo-en Foundation. Dr. Williams: My own personal path to peace is to be a bridge between Japan and the western world.


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