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Professor and Graduate Chair
Ph.D., Columbia University, 1993
Helen Baroni specializes in Japanese religions, especially Buddhism in the early modern period, new religious movements, and Buddhism in the West. Her current research project relates to Honolulu Diamond Sangha and its role in the development of Zen Buddhism in the United States. Her publications include Obaku Zen: The Emergence of the Third Sect of Zen in Tokugawa Japan; Iron Eyes: The Life and Teachings of Tetsugen Doko; Love, Roshi: Robert Baker Aitken and His Distant Correspondents.
Recent Book: Love, Roshi: Robert Baker Aitken and His Distant Correspondents
More information on the publisher's website.