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Title: The practice of double belonging and Afro-Buddhist Identity in Jan Willis’s Dreaming Me
Authors: Medine, Carolyn
Keywords: Afro-Buddhist Identity
Dreaming Me
Jan Willis
Issue Date: 2020
Series/Report no.: Buddhist – Christian Studies;Vol. 40 .- P.449-463
Abstract: Jan Willis, author of Dreaming Me,³ has been recognized as being in the forefront of this new American tradition. She was named one of six "spiritual innovators” for the new millennium by Time Magazine in 2000, and she is in great demand as a speaker.⁴ She is a highly regarded Buddhist studies scholar, author of, most recently, Dharma Matters: Women, Race, and Tantra (2020).⁵ She, in this autobiography, calls herself a Baptist-Buddhist: I call myself a “Baptist-Buddhist” not to be cute or witty. I call myself a Baptist-Buddhist because it is an honest description of who I feel I am. (310/338)
ISSN: 0882-0945
Appears in Collections:Buddhist Christian studies

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