Dr. Mark Unno is Associate Professor of Japanese Buddhism in the Department of
Religious Studies at the University of Oregon and received his PH.D. from Stanford
University. His research is in Classical Japanese Buddhism, in particular key practices
in Shin Buddhism, Shingon, and Zen. He also works in the areas of comparative religious thought, Buddhism and psychotherapy, and interreligious dialogue. He is the author of Shingon Refractions: Myoe and the Mantra of Light (2004), editor of Buddhism and Psychotherapy Across Cultures (2006) and of Deep Listening, Deep Hearing: Buddhisms and Psychotherapies (forthcoming) as well as articles and translations in the foregoing fields. He is the recipient of the Thomas F. Herman Distinguished Faculty Award for Outstanding Teaching (2010) and the Coleman-Guitteau Teaching-and-Research Professorship (2009-10). He is also an ordained Shin Buddhist minister.
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