Classic and Contemporary Buddhist Works

Engaged Buddhism in the West - Table of Contents

Preface          
Introduction: A New Buddhism (Christopher S. Queen)

Engaged Buddhism as Peacemaking

All Buddhism Is Engaged: Thich Nhat Hanh and the Order of Interbeing (Patricia Hunt-Perry and Lyn Fine)
Speaking Truth to Power: The Buddhist Peace Fellowship (Judith Simmer-Brown)
Glassman Roshi and the Peacemaker Order: Three Encounters (Christopher S. Queen)
Walking for Peace: Nipponzan Myohoji (Paula Green)

Engaging the Issues: Environment, Race, Human Rights

To Save All Beings: Buddhist Environmental Activism (Stephanie Kaza)
Racial Diversity in the Soka Gakkai (David W. Chappell)
The Free Tibet Movement: A Selective Narrative (John Powers)

Identity Politics: Gender, Sexual Orientation, Ethnicity

Activist Women in American Buddhism (Susan Moon)
Gay Buddhist Fellowship (Roger Corless)
Social Action among Toronto’s Asian Buddhists (Janet McLellan)

Engaging the Institutions: Health, Education, Prisons, Commerce

Meditation, Healing, and Stress Reduction (Andrew Olendzki)
Naropa Institute:The Engaged Academy (Robert Goss)
The Angulimala Lineage: Buddhist Prison Ministries (Virginia Cohn Parkum and J. Anthony Stultz)
Work as Dharma Practice: Right Livelihood Cooperatives of the FWBO (Martin Baumann)

Engaged Buddhism in Europe, Africa, and Australia

A Survey of Engaged Buddhism in Britain (Sandra Bell)
Engaged Buddhism in German-Speaking Europe (Franz-Johannes Litsch)
Engaged Buddhism in South Africa (Darrell Wratten)
Engaged Buddhism in Australia (Roderick S. Bucknell)

Looking Ahead

New Voices in Engaged Buddhist Studies (Kenneth Kraft)

Bibliography
List of Contributors
Index