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Teachings on Women in Buddhism

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Women in Buddhism
Explorations of many Sanskrit and Chinese sutras and the role, image, and position of women and women’s practice in...
Diana Y. Paul
Apr 23, 1985
Zen Seeds
Teachings by a contemporary, female Japanese Soto Zen teacher and priest
Shundo Aoyama
Mar 15, 1991
Buddhism After Patriarchy
A sophisticated and essential discussion of Buddhism from a feminist perspective.
Rita Gross
Nov 17, 1992
Buddhist Women on the Edge
Well-written, highly thoughtful essays from many contemporary female teachers and practitioners, exploring gender, cl...
Marianne Dresser
Aug 22, 1996
Feminism and Religion
Rita Gross’s reflections on the importance of a feminist approach to religious study and practice.
Rita M. Gross
Oct 31, 1996
Subtle Sound
Teachings by an American Rinzai teacher who brought forward a deeply feminine (but also tough!) way of practice. An i...
Sherry Chayat
Nov 19, 1996
Being Bodies
Wonderful collection of personal essays on the body in practice.
Sue Moon
Aug 28, 1997
Women Living Zen
A remarkable study of Soto Zen Buddhist nuns, based on both historical evidence and ethnographic data. Paula Arai sho...
Paula Arai
Aug 26, 1999
Meetings with Remarkable Women
A collection of interviews and profiles of some of the most significant first-generation American women teachers.
Lenore Friedman
Aug 15, 2000
  
Suffering of Women
Talk of Suffering of Women and Buddhism
Zoketsu Norman Fischer
Jun 23, 2005