Buddhist-Christian Studies, vol. 33 (2013)

EDITORS’ INTRODUCTION by Wakoh Shannon Hickey and C. Denise Yarbrough vii

CONTEMPLATIVE PEDAGOGIES

The Contemplative Classroom, or Learning by Heart in the Age of Google
Barbara Newman, 1

The Eternal Present: Slow Knowledge and the Renewal of Time
Douglas E. Christie, 13

Contemplative Studies and the Liberal Arts
Andrew O. Fort, 23

“Listening Dangerously”: Dialogue Training as Contemplative Pedagogy
Judith Simmer-Brown, 33

Reflections on Academic Reflection
John D. Copenhaver Jr., 41

Teaching Medieval Christian Contemplation: An Ethical Dilemma?
Kristine T. Utterback, 53

The Blue Pearl: The Efficacy of Teaching Mindfulness Practices to College Students
Deborah J. Haynes, Katie Irvine, and Mindy Bridges, 63

Deepening the Heart of Wisdom: A Course in Buddhist and Christian Contemplative Practices and Dialogue
Wakoh Shannon Hickey and C. Denise Yarbrough, 83

Reclaiming the Integration of Body and Mind
Deborah Sprague, 101

Hard on Everything but the Body
Jillian Guizzotti, 115

I Didn’t Like It, but I Recommend It: An Undergraduate Reflects on Contemplation in the Classroom
Lauren Rodgers, 119

ETHICS OF WEALTH

Beyond the Ethics of Wealth and a World of Economic Inequality
Mark D. Wood, 125

The Possibility of a Postcolonial Buddhist Ethic of Wealth
Carol S. Anderson, 139

The Ethics of Wealth in a World of Economic Inequality: A Christian Perspective in a Buddhist-Christian Dialogue
Joerg Rieger, 153

ADDITIONAL ARTICLES

Dharma Bums: The Beat Generation and the Making of Countercultural Pilgrimage
P. J. Johnston, 165

A Christian Commentary on the Dhammapada
Leo D. Lefebure, 181

NEWS AND VIEWS edited by Jonathan A. Seitz

The Annual Meeting of the Society for Buddhist-Christian Studies
Sandra Costen Kunz and Jonathan A. Seitz, 193

Society for Buddhist-Christian Studies Graduate Student Essay Winner 2012, 195

Society for Buddhist-Christian Studies Frederick J. Streng Book Award 2012, 197

BOOK REVIEWS edited by Sid Brown

John D’Arcy May on Gavin D’Costa, Paul Knitter, and Daniel Strange, Only One Way? Three Christian Responses to the Uniqueness of Christ in a Pluralistic World, 201

Glenn R. Willis on Leo D. Lefebure and Peter Feldmeier, The Path of Wisdom: A Christian Commentary on the Dhammapada, 205

Amos Yong on Mutō Kazuo (edited by Martin Repp; translated by Jan van Bragt), Christianity and the Notion of Nothingness: Contributions to Buddhist-Christian Dialogue from the Kyoto School, 209

Charlotte Radler on Hee-Sung Keel, Meister Eckhart: An Asian Perspective, 213

Rita M. Gross on Paula Arai, Bringing Zen Home: The Healing Art of Japanese Women’s Rituals, 217

Kristin Johnston Largen on Perry Schmidt-Leukel, ed., Buddhist Attitudes to Other Religions, 220

Jan Willis on Rita M. Gross, A Garland of Feminist Reflections: Forty Years of Religious Exploration, 222

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