Drawing on her own novels, her Zen practice and Buddhist texts, Ozeki will discuss some of the ways in which autobiographical narrative fiction might function as praxis—a way of observing, interrogating and deconstructing the “self” to perform, or act out, core Zen teachings of no-self, emptiness and depended co-arising.
Is the future before us, or behind us? Ilan Stavans and Ruth Ozeki discuss in Episode #28 of New England Public Radio's "In Contrast" Podcast.
August 22, 2018
New England Public Radio, In Contrast
Episode #28: Our Face, Our Self - Ruth Ozeki
Paste Magazine has compiled a comprehensive list of 10 Must-Listen Audiobooks for Asian Pacific American Heritage Month.
May 30, 2018
10 Must-Listen Audiobooks for Asian Pacific American Heritage Month
December 6, 2016
Writing the Body: Trauma, Illness, Sexuality and Beyond
Red Ink Reading Series with Ruth Ozeki, Eileen Myles, Porochista Khakpour, Anna March, and Alexandra Kleeman, hosted by Michele Filgate