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Duncan Ryuken Williams

Duncan Ryūken Williams is an Associate Professor of Religion and East Asian Languages and Cultures and Director of the USC Shinso Ito Center for Japanese Religions and Culture at the University of Southern California. He previously served as the Executive Vice President of Japan House, Los Angeles, held the Shinjo Ito Distinguished Chair of Japanese Buddhism at UC Berkeley, and served as the Director of Berkeley’s Center for Japanese Studies. He is the author of The Other Side of Zen: A Social History of Soto Zen Buddhism in Tokugawa Japan (Princeton, 2005) and the forthcoming book, Camp Dharma: Buddhism and the Japanese American Incarceration During World War II. He has edited or co-edited five books including Issei Buddhism in the Americas (Illinois, 2010), American Buddhism(Routledge, 1998), and Buddhism and Ecology (Harvard, 1997). He is also the founder of the Hapa Japan Database Project (for more on the project, see www.hapajapan.com)

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Official Release of Hapa Japan Books

Kaya Press is thrilled to announce the publication of Hapa Japan: History (Volume 1) and Hapa Japan: Identities & Representation (Volume 2), edited by Duncan Ryūken Williams, founder of the Hapa Japan Database Project and Associate Professor of Religion and East Asian Languages and Cultures at the University of Southern California. Hapa Japan: History (Volume 1) is the first substantial collection […]

 
 
 

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