Table of contents for Zen master who? : a guide to the people and stories of Zen / James Ishmael Ford.

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Preface			ix
SECTION 1: 
THE EMERGENCE OF ZEN BUDDHISM IN THE EAST
	1.	The Founding Stories	3
	2.	Ancient Teachers and Nascent Institutions	21
	3.	The Practices of Zen	28
	4.	The Japanese Transformation of Zen	44
SECTION 2: 
MODERN TEACHERS and INSTITUTIONS 
IN THE WEST
	5.	The Birth of Western Zen	59
	6.	American Chinese, Korean, and Vietnamese Zen	82
	7.	American Rinzai	108
	8.	American Soto	121
	9.	The Harada-Yasutani and Hybrid Zen in the West	148
SECTION 3: 
THE FUTURE OF ZEN IN THE WEST
10.	New Directions, New Challenges	183
11.	Emergence of a Liberal Buddhism	198
12.	Shaping Zen in the West Today	205
Appendix: What to Look For 
		When Looking For A Zen Teacher 	211
Acknowledgments	215
Glossary			217
Notes				227
Bibliography		236
Index				247

Library of Congress Subject Headings for this publication:

Zen Buddhism -- North America -- History.