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Ronald Y. Nakasone

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Art Exhibitions at the GTU Library

Current Exhibition

Sylvia Ludins Exhibition
Spring 2016 - September 15, 2016 at the GTU Library

Ronald Y. Nakasone

Ronald Y. NakasoneGraduate Theological Union
Senior Lecturer in Buddhist Art and Culture
Core Doctoral Faculty Member

At GTU since 1987

Art and Religion

 

Student Work

James Ryan Parker,

Ministers of Movies: Sherwood Pictures and the Church Film Movement

Angela Yarber,

Dancing Feet Find Holy Ground: Embodying the "Feminine" in the Dances of the World's Religions

News and New Books

 GTU Welcomes Eric Alexander as New Vice President for Advancement

Eric Alexander

And the Winner is … Ronald Y. Nakasone for the Sarlo Excellence in Teaching Award

Ron NakasoneThis year the Sarlo Excellence in Teaching Award honors Ronald (Ron) Y. Nakasone as a teacher who embodies the values of interreligious sensitivity and commitment, interdisciplinary approach and content in teaching, sensitivity to ethnic and cultural diversity, and creative classroom pedagogical methods and performance.

“I am a teacher, yes, but I see myself as a mentor,” says Nakasone, who is a Buddhist cleric from the Pure Land tradition — one of the most popular traditions of Buddhism in East Asia — and a renowned calligrapher. And because of his interest in spirituality and aging, he is also on the faculty at Stanford Geriatric Education Center, charged with training caregivers who work with ethnic minorities.

Memory and Imagination: Essays and Explorations in Buddhist Thought and Culture

Contributors:

Rev. Janet Bregar (Ph.D. ’04)

Collett Cox

Donald C. Drummond (Ph.D. ’07)

Geoff E. Foy (Ph.D. ’03)

Rev. Heng Sure (Ph.D. ’03)

Ikuo Higashibaba (Ph.D. ’97)

Shisei Honda

Richard S. Hunt (former Ph.D. student)

Douglas Kerr (M.A. ’97)

Kuroki Masako (PSR M.A. ’94)

Naoki Nabeshima

Eisho Nasu (Ph.D. ’96)

Nubuo Nomura

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