Mark Unno

Professor of Religious Studies, University of Oregon
PhD, Stanford University
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Dissertation Title
As Appropriate: Myōe Kōben and the Problem of the Vinaya in Early Kamakura Buddhism
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Mark's specializes on medieval Japanese Buddhism, with particular interest in the relation between intellectual history and social practice. Other interests include modern Japanese religions, comparative religion, and Buddhism and psychotherapy. He is the author of Shingon Refractions: Myōe and the Mantra of Light (Wisdom, 2004); and editor of Buddhism and Psychotherapy Across Cultures: Theories and Practices (Wisdom, 2006).