Moriya Tomoe

Tomoe received her Ph.D. in International Studies from Meiji Gakuin University. After teaching at Hannan University, she joined the Nanzan Institute for Religion and Culture in April 2021. She was also a visiting scholar at Stanford University (2000) and a visiting professor at Duke University (2005).
   Her research theme is on intellectual history of modern Japanese religion (particularly Buddhism) and its acculturation, within/beyond Japanese archipelago.
   Some of her Japanese works are アメリカ仏教の誕生 (The Birth of American Buddhism, 2000), 禅に生きる 鈴木大拙コレクション (Living by Zen: Suzuki Daisetz Collection, 2012). English works include Issei Buddhism in the Americas (University of Illinois Press, 2010) and Selected Works of D. T. Suzuki, Volume III Comparative Religion (University of California Press, 2016).

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