Henry (Hank) Glassman
Associate Professor, East Asian Studies, Haverford College
PhD, Department of Religious Studies, Stanford University
"The Religious Construction of Motherhood in Medieval Japan"
Hank's research focuses on sacred art, religious narrative, preaching traditions and gender in medieval Japanese Buddhism. His publications include “Shaka no honji: Preaching, Intertextuality, and Popular Hagiography,” Monumenta Nipponica 62/3 (Autumn 2007); “Chinese Buddhist Death Ritual and the Transformation of Japanese Kinship,” in The Buddhist Dead: Practices, Discourses, Representations, ed. by Cuevas and Stone (Hawai'i, 2007); and The Face of Jizō: Image and Cult in Medieval Japanese Buddhism (Hawai'i, 2012).
hglassma [at] haverford.edu