During one of my fits of heat-induced insomnia, I compiled the short list of all the papers that I’ve cited in my Angry Asian Buddhist posts, both here and on Dharma Folk.
- American Buddhism: What Does it Mean for People of Color? by Lama Choyin Rangdrol (posted on Dharma Folk June 3, 2009)
- Complex Loyalties: Issei Buddhist Ministers during the Wartime Incarceration by Duncan Ryûken Williams (posted on Rev. Danny Fisher’s blog July 11, 2009)
- Dharma Poetics: Andrew Schelling’s Wisdom Anthology of North American Buddhist Poetry by Jonathan Stalling (posted on Angry Asian Buddhist January 11, 2011)
- Displacements by Juliana Chang, Walter Lew, Tan Lin, Eileen Tabios, and John Yau (posted on Angry Asian Buddhist January 11, 2011)
- Feminist Buddhism as Praxis: women in traditional Buddhism by Kawahashi Noriko (posted on Angry Asian Buddhist August 8, 2010)
- Getting Saved in America: Taiwanese Immigration and Religious Experience by Carolyn Chen (posted on Angry Asian Buddhist June 25, 2009)
- Making the Invisible Visible submitted by Sheridan Adams, Mushim Ikeda-Nash, Jeff Kitzes, Margarita Loinaz, Choyin Rangdrol, Jessica Tan, Larry Yang (posted on Dharma Folk December 11, 2008)
- On Race & Buddhism by Rev. Alan Senauke (posted on Dharma FolkMarch 11, 2009 and Angry Asian Buddhist on August 26, 2011)
- Race and Religion in American Buddhism: White Supremacy and Immigrant Adaptation by Fr. Joseph Cheah (posted on Angry Asian Buddhist February 1, 2012)
- Rethinking Western Feminist Critiques on Buddhism 重思西方女性主義對佛教的評論 by Cheng Wei-yi 鄭維儀 (posted on Dharma FolkNovember 24, 2008)
- Stories We Have Yet to Hear: The Path to Healing Racism in American Sanghas by Mushim Ikeda-Nash (posted on Angry Asian Buddhist July 6, 2009)
Some of these pieces are upfront discussions of racism, while others provide a broader perspective on little-discussed issues regarding Asian American Buddhists. These articles are deliberately not in bibliographic format, if only for the sake of making this post feel less like a return to the joys of grad school. Enjoy.
Note: I am continually updating this list, hence some of the posts mentioned here were published well after this list was first posted.