Anderl, Christoph.  “Metaphors on ‘Sickness and Remedy’ in Early Chán Texts from Dūnhuáng.” Edited by Lutz Edzard, Jens W. Borgland, Ute Hüsken. Reading Slowly: A Festschrift for Jens Braarvig. Wiesbaden: Harrassowitz, pp. 27-46. 2018.

Anderl, Christoph. “Linking Khotan and Dūnhuáng: Buddhist Narratives in Text and Image.Entangled Religions [ca. 50 pages, accepted and in print]. 2017.

Anderl, Christoph. “Medieval Chinese Syntax.” Encyclopedia of Chinese Language and Linguistics. Ed. Rint Sybesma et al. Volume 2, De-Med, pp. 689–703. Leiden: Brill, 2017.

Anderl, Christoph et. al., “Māra’s Assault: An Introduction.” Po Mo bian 破魔變: Critical Edition with Annotated Translations into Modern Chinese and English. Taibei: Fagu wenhua, pp. 44-95. 2017.

Anderl, Christoph and Lin, Jinghui. “破魔變中英對照校注.” Po Mo bian 破魔變: Critical Edition with Annotated Translations into Modern Chinese and English. Taibei: Fagu wenhua, pp. 133-268. 2017.

Anderl, Christoph, and Sven Osterkamp. “Northwestern Medieval Chinese.Encyclopedia of Chinese Language and Linguistics. Ed. Rint Sybesma et. al. Volume 3, Men-Ser, pp. 218–229. Leiden: Brill, 2017.

Anderl, Christoph. “The Syntax of Medieval Chinese: a Sketch.” Pp. 689-703 in Encyclopedia of Chinese Language and Linguistics. Vol.3, edited by Rint Sybesma et. al. Leiden: Brill. 2017.

Anderl, Christoph. “Miscellaneous Informal Remarks on Narrative Structures in Chinese Maitreya Accounts.” Sun Changwu Jiaoshou Bashi Huadan Jinian Wenji 孙昌武教授八十华诞纪念文集, edited by Ning Jiayu 宁稼雨 et al, pp. 113-143. Tianjin: Baihua wenyi chubanshe, 2016.

Bingenheimer, Marcus. “Pilgrimage in China.” in: Albera, Dionigi, John Eade (eds.) New Pathways in Pilgrimage Studies: Global Perspectives, pp. 18-35. Routledge Studies in Pilgrimage, Religious Travel and Tourism, 2017.

Bingenheimer, Marcus. Island of Guanyin – Mount Putuo and its Gazetteers. London & New York: Oxford, 2016.

Bingenheimer, Marcus. “‘Knowing the Paths of Pilgrimage’ – The Network of Pilgrimage Routes in 19th century China according to the Canxue zhijin 參學知津.” Review of Religion and Chinese Society Vol. 3-2. 2016.

Bingenheimer, Marcus. “The General and the Bodhisattva – Commander Hou Jigao Travels to Mount Putuo. Journal of Chinese Buddhist Studies Vol.29 2016.

Bingenheimer, Marcus.  Jen-Jou Hung, Simon Wiles, Bo-yong Zhang. “Modeling East Asian Calendars in an Open Source Authority Database.” International Journal of Humanities and Arts Computing Vol. 10.2, pp. 127-144. 2016.

Chen, Jinhua. “Obscuring and Recovering: The Reconstructing of the Life of an Early Chan Meditation Master.” Edited by Mario Poceski. Communities of Memory and Interpretation: Reimagining and Reinventing the Past in East Asian Buddhism (Hamburg Buddhist Studies Series 10, pp. 67-108. Bochum & Freiburg: Projekt Verlag, 2018.

Chen, Jinhua. “A Missing Page in Sui-Tang Vinaya History: Zhishou and the Vinaya Tradition Based on the Great Chanding Monastery in Chang’an,”  Rules of Engagement: Medieval Traditions of Buddhist Monastic Regulation, Susan Andrews, Jinhua Chen, and Cuilan Liu pp.  445-495. Hamburg Buddhist Studies 7; Bochum & Freiburg: Projekt Verlag, 2017.

Chen, Jinhua. “A ‘Villain-monk’ Brought down by a Villein-general: A Glimpse into the History of Sui-Tang Monastic Warfare and State-samgha Relations.” Behaving Badly in Early and Medieval China, N. Harry Rothschild and Leslie V. Wallace, pp. 208-230, University of Hawai’i Press, 2017.

Chen, Jinhua. Yishan er wuding: Duo xueke, kua fangyu, chao wenhua shiye zhong de Wutai Xinyang yanjiu 一山而五顶:多学科、跨方域、超文化视野中的五台信仰研究.(In Chinese)” One Mountain of Five Plateaus: Studies of the Wutai cult in Multidisciplinary, Crossborder and Transcultural Approaches, Miaojiang 妙江, Chen Jinhua 陳金華 and Kuanguang 寬廣. Taibei: Xinwenfeng 新文豐, 2017.

Chen, Jinhua. Rules of Engagement: Medieval Traditions of Buddhist Monastic Regulation, eds. Susan Andrews, Jinhua Chen, and Cuilan Liu. Hamburg Buddhist Studies 7, Bochum & Freiburg: Projekt Verlag, 2017.

Chen, Jinhua.  “Fojiao yu Zhongwai jialiu 佛教與中外交流” (Buddhism and China’s Communication with the world outside China) (in Chinese). Shanghai: Zhongxi Shuju 中西書局, 2016.

Chen, Jinhua. “A Complicated Figure with Complex Relationships: The Monk Huifan and Early Tang Saṃgha-state Interactions.” The Middle Kingdom and the Dharma Wheel: Aspects of the Relationship between the Buddhist Saṃgha and the State in Chinese History, Thomas Jülch, pp. 140-221. Leiden: Brill, 2016.

Chen, Jinhua. “Jiazu niudai yu Tangdai nüni: Liangge anli de yanjiu” 家族紐帶與唐代女尼: 兩個案例的研究 [Familial Bonds and Tang dynasty Buddhist nuns: Two Case Studies] .Ronghe zhi ji: Fojiao yu Zhongguo chuantong 融合之跡:佛教與中國傳統 Traces of Merges: Buddhism and Chinese Traditions,  JIA Jinhua賈晉華 and XUE Yu學 愚, pp. 215-244, Shanghai: Shanghai renmin chubanshe 上海人民出版社, 2016.

Chen, Jinhua. “Wuxing guannian zai Dongya fojiao yiwei jing zhong de1 yingyong” 五行觀念在東亞佛教疑偽經中的應用 [The application of the Wuxing-related Ideas in the Buddhist Apocrypha in East Asia]. Fojiao wenxian yanjiu 佛教文獻研究 (Study on Buddhist Texts) 1, pp. 111-165. 2016.

Chen, Jinhua. “Manuscripts, Printed Canons, and Extra-canonical Sources: A Case Study Based on a Biography from the Xu Gaoseng zhuan (Further Biographies of Eminent Monks) by Daoxuan 道宣 (596–667).”  Studies of Chinese Religions 2.2, pp. 1-20. 2016.

Chen, Jinhua. “東亞宗教多媒質資料與跨學科研究芻議. Shandong Shehui Kexue 山東社會科學 252.8, pp. 62-67. 2016.

Chen, Ming. “汉译佛经中的天竺药名札记(一).” 中医文化研究, vol 1, pp 39-46. 2018.

Chen, Ming. “从旅行史料看中国历代行者对印度的文化认知.” 中国高校社会科学, vol 3, pp 49-59. 2018.

Chen, Ming. 敦煌的医疗与社会. 中国大百科全书出版社, 2018.

Chen, Ming. 梵汉本根本说一切有部律典词语研究. Peking University Press 北京大学出版社, 2018.

Chen Ming, “Imagining Chinese Medicine,” Vivienne Lo and Penelope Barrett, ed., pp.305-314. E.J.Brill, 2018.

Chen, Ming. “汉译佛经中的天竺药名札记(二).” 中医文化研究, vol 2, pp 28-34. 2018.

Chen, Ming. “’唱歌的驴子’故事的来源及在亚洲的传播.” 西域研究, vol 1, pp 113-127, 2017.

Chen, Ming. “<西药大成>所见中国药物的书写及其认知.” 华东师范大学学报, vol 4, pp 55-64, 2017.

Chen, Ming. “波斯’摩尼画死狗’故事的文图源流探析.” 世界宗教研究, vol 4, pp 35-62, 2017.

Chen, Ming. “根本说一切有部律典梵汉词语例释.” 汉语史研究集刊, vol 23, pp 258-266. 巴蜀书社, 2017.

Chen, Ming. 丝路医明. Guangdong Education Publishing House 广东教育出版社, 2017.

Cheung, Kin and Adam Valerio, Vishma Kunu, Marcus Bingenheimer. “Chinese Religion(s): A Survey of Textbooks.” Studies in Chinese Religions. Vol. 2 Issue 3, pp. 315-328. 2016.

Chi, Limei. “Kongōbuji zō Chūsonji issaikyō hon “zokukōsōden” maki shi honkoku” 金剛峯寺蔵中尊寺一切経本『続高僧伝』巻四翻刻. Tsurumi Daigaku Bukkyō Bunka Kenkyūjo Kiyō 鶴見大学仏教文化研究所紀要  (Bulletin of the Institute of Buddhist Culture, Tsurumi University) n.21: 205-243. 2016.

Chi, Limei. “Dōsen no zenhan-sei to “zokukōsōden” shokōbon no seiritsu” 道宣の前半生と『続高僧伝』初稿本の成立 [The first half of Daoxuan’s(596-667)life and the formation of the first version of the Xu Gaoseng zhuan 續高僧傳 completed in the Zhenguan era (627-649)]. 日本古写経研究所研究紀要 Journal of the Research Institute for Old Japanese Manuscripts of Buddhist Scriptures) 1 : 65-95. 2016.

Galambos, Imre. “Composite Manuscripts in Medieval China: The Case of Scroll P.3720 from Dunhuang.” Pp. 355-378 in One-Volume Libraries: Composite Manuscripts and Multiple Text Manuscripts., edited by M. Friedrich and C. Schwarke. Berlin: de Gruyter. 2016.

Galambos, Imre. “Confucius and Laozi at the Altar: Reconsidering a Tangut Manuscript.” Studies in Chinese Religions 2(3): 237-264. 2016.

Galambos, Imre. “Introduction: Sir Gerard Clauson and his Skeleton Tangut Dictionary.” Pp. vii–xxvi in Gerard Clauson’s Skeleton Tangut (Hsi Hsia) Dictionary. With an Introduction by Imre Galambos, with an Index by Andrew West; Facsimile Edition Prepared by Michael Everson. Corpus Textorum Tangutorum, v. 2. Portlaoise: Evertype, 2016.

Galambos, Imre. “A snapshot of Dunhuang studies, circa 2016.” Orientations 47.4, pp. 33–38. 2016.

Galambos, Imre. “Scribbles on the Verso of Manuscripts Written by Lay Students in Dunhuang.” Tonkō shahon kenykū nenpō 敦煌寫本硏究年報 10: 497–522. 2016.

Galambos, Imre. “Manuscript and print in the Tangut state: The case of the Sunzi.” in Hildegard Diemberger, Karl Ehrhard and Peter F. Kornicki (eds), pp. 135-152, Tibetan Printing: Comparison, Continuities, and Change. Leiden: Brill, 2016.

George A. Keyworth. “Apocryphal Chinese books in the Buddhist canon at Matsuo Shintō shrine.” Studies In Chinese Religions. Vol. 2 , Iss. 3, pp. 281-314. 2016.

Gooseart, Vincent. “Diversity and Elite Religiosity in Modern China: a Model.Approaching Religion, 7(1):10-20. 2017.

Goossaert, Vincent. “Guerre, Violence et Eschatologie. Interprétations Religieuses de la Guerre des Taiping (1851-1864).” Pp. 81-94 in Guerre et Religion, edited by Jean Baechler.  Paris: Hermann, 2016.

Goossaert, Vincent. “Taoists, 1644-1850.” Pp. 412-457 in Cambridge History of China, vol. 9, part 2: The Ch’ing Dynasty to 1800. Cambridge, Cambridge University Press, 2016.

Goossaert, Vincent, David Ownby, and Zhe Ji, eds.  Making Saints in Modern China. New York, Oxford University Press. 2017.

Heirman, Ann. “Buddhist Monasticism.Oxford Bibliographies in Chinese Studies. Ed. Tim Wright. New York: Oxford University Press, 2017.

Heirman, Ann. “Sleeping Equipment in Early Buddhism: From India to China”, Journal of the Oxford Centre for Buddhist Studies 2017 (13), pp. 98-121. 2017.

Heirman, Ann, and Mathieu Torck. “Toilet Care in Buddhist Monasteries. Health, Decency, and Ritual.” Buddhism and Medicine. Ed. Pierce Salguero. New York: Columbia University Press, 2017.

Heirman, Ann. “Buddhism on War and Peace: Some Thoughts and Examples.”Danny Praet (ed.), Philosophy of War and Peace, pp.33-46. Brussels: VUB Presss, 2017.

Heirman, Ann, and M. Torck.“Toilet Care in Buddhist Monasteries: Health, Decency and Ritual.” Sourcebook of Buddhism and Healing, Pierce Salguero, pp.137-144. Columbia University Press, 2017.

Heirman, Ann. “Ba Jing Fa Ji Qi Dui Biqiuni Seng Tuan De Yingxiang 八敬法及其对比丘尼僧团影响.” Zongjiao, Fazhi Yu Zhongguo Chuantong = 宗教、法治与中国传统. Ed. Xueming Yu & Xuesong Qian, pp. 98–109. Beijing: Dangdai Zhongguo chubanshe, 2016.

Heirman, Ann. “Shoes in Buddhist Monasteries from India to China: From Practical Attire to Symbol of Respect.” ACTA ORIENTALIA ACADEMIAE SCIENTIARUM HUNGARICAE 69.4, pp. 411–439. 2016.

Huimin, Bhikshu. 梵本《大乘庄严经论》供养、师事(17品•第1-16偈)译注与考察《正观杂志》vol 78。pp. 5-70。台湾南投:正观杂志社, 2016.

Huimin, Bhikshu. ホスピスケアに関わる临床仏教宗教师の养成について‐台湾のある医疗センターにおける活动例. 《仏教文化研究所纪要》第16号, pp. 25-50. 岐阜:岐阜圣徳学园大学, 2016.

Jia Jinhua, Wang Xiaoyang, and Kong Qingmao. “The Sacrifice to Ji River and The Daoist Tradition in Mount Wangwu,” Jiyuan City, China, 27 May 2017

Jia, Jinhua. “Comparative Study between the Concept of Detachment in the Aṣṭasāhasrikā and Guo Xiang’s Theory of Eremitism at Court 小品般若經遠離說與郭象朝隱論.” Zongjiaoxue yanjiu 宗教學研究, 1. 2017.

Jia, Jinhua. “Establishment of Youji chanyuan and Its Significance in the History of Chan Buddhism 唐代幽濟禪院的創建及其在禪宗史上的意義.” Ti’erjie Zhonghua Fojiao Zongfeng Luntan Lunwenji 第二屆中華佛教宗風論壇論文集, edited by Yinshun, pp. 538-542. Beijing: Zongjiao Wenhua Chubanshe. 2016.

Jia, Jinhua. “From Human-Spirit Resonance to Correlative Modes: The Shaping of Chinese Correlative Thinking.” Philosophy East and West, accepted and scheduled in 66.4. 2016.

Jia, Jinhua. “Introduction to Classical Chan Buddhism 古典禪研究序論.” Zen bunka kenkyūjo kiyō 禪文化研究所紀要  33: 207-48. 2016.

Jia, Jinhua. “Religious and Other Experiences of Daoist Priestesses in Tang China.” T’oung Pao: International Journal of Chinese Studies 102-4-5, pp. 321-37. 2016.

Jia, Jinhua. “Study on Li Jilan, Yuan Chun, and Cui Zhongrong 唐代女道士詩人李季蘭、元淳、崔仲容研究.” Sun Changwu jiaoshou bashi huadan jinian wenji 孫昌武教授八十華誕紀念文集, Pp. 380-398. Tianjin: Baihua Wenyi, 2016.

Jia, Jinhua. “Study on Linji Yixuan’s Life.” The 8th Cross-Strait Four Regions and International Conference on the Study of Buddhism, Chinese University of Hong Kong, June 24-26. 2016.

Jia, Jinhua. “Study on Two Daoist Treatises of ‘Sitting in Oblivion’.” Pp. 265-280 in Studies in Chinese Religions 2(3), pp. 265-80. 2016.

Jia, Jinhua. “The Source of the Chinese Conception of Deity.” The 10th International Conference on Daoist Studies, Taichung, Taiwan, May 26-29. 2016.

Jia, Jinhua, and Liu Gonghuang. “ 雪峰祖庭的創立及其在禪宗史上的意義.” Pp. 1025-1023 in Hanchuan Fojiao zuting wenhua guoji xueshu yantaohui wenji 漢傳佛教祖庭文化國際學術研討會文集. Beijing: Zongjiao wenhua chubanshe. 2016.

Jia, Jinhua, and Liu Gonghuang. “雪峰祖庭的創立及其在禪宗史上的意義.” Pp. 17-20 in Hanchuan Fojiao zuting wenhua guoji xueshu yantaohui 漢傳佛教祖庭文化國際學術研討會, Xi’an, November. 2016.

Keyworth, George A. “Copying for the Kami: On the Manuscript Set of the Buddhist Canon held by Matsuno’o Shintō Shrine,” Japanese Journal of Religious Studies. Vol 44 No.2, pp 161-190. Nanzan University, 2017.

Keyworth, George A. “Apocryphal Chinese Books in the Buddhist Canon at Matsuo Shintō Shrine.” Studies in Chinese Religions 2(3): 1-34. 2016.

King, Ross. “Korean Sūtras on the Production of Buddhist Images:  The Chosang kyŏng and Image Rituals in the Chosŏn Period.” Cahirs d’Extrême-Asie, edited by James Robson. 2018.

King, Ross. “The Moon Reflected in a Thousand Rivers: Literary and Linguistic Problems Wŏrinch’ŏn’gang chi kok.” Sungkyun Journal of East Asian Studies, vol. 18 No.1, pp 1-42. Project MUSE, 2018.

King, Ross. “The Korean Language Village’s First Decade.” In: David Blake Willis and Walter W. Enloe (eds) Leading, Learning, and Teaching On the Global Frontier: Concordia Language Villages, pp. 323-334. Saint Paul, Minnesota: Tertium Quid Press, 2016.

King, Ross. “Further contextualizing the translations of James Scarth Gale.” In: Ross King and Si Nae Park (eds) Score One for the Dancing Girl, and Other Selections from the Kimun ch’onghwa, xxxvii-lxi. Toronto, Buffalo, London: University of Toronto Press, 2016.

Liu, Yi.《柏夷〈道教硏究論集〉書評》,《國際漢學硏究通訊》第十二期, pp. 350—369. 北京大學出版社, 2016.

Liu, Yi.《度人與度亡:一卷本〈度人經〉的形成及其經教基礎》,《敦煌吐魯番研究》第16卷,上海古籍出版社,2016年10月,103—123頁。 2016.

Liu, Yi.《Fragment ДХ-2850 and the Dunhuang Taoist Scriptures》,波波娃主編《紀念奧登堡誕辰一百五十週年國際學術論文集(俄文)》,莫斯科,2016年,168—177頁。 2016.

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Liu, Yi.《中古佛教的“三聖化導說”——以七寺藏〈清淨法行經〉為中心》,《唐硏究》第22卷,北京大學出版社,2016年12月,27—48頁。 2016.

Melissa Anne-Marie Curley, Jessica L. Main, and Melanie Coughlin, trans. “The Self-awareness of Evil in Pure Land Buddhism: A Translation of Contemporary Kyoto School Philosopher Keta Masako.” Philosophy East and West 67.1, pp. 192-228. 2017.

Meeks, Lori. “Imagining Rahula in Medieval Japan: The Raun Koshiki“. Japanese Journal of Religious Studies. Vol. 43 (1), pp. 131-151. 2016.

Nakamura, Fuyubi. (ed.) Traces of Words: Art and Calligraphy from Asia. Editor. Vancouver: MOA and Figure 1 Publishing, 2017.

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Nappi, Carla. “Translating Science” (co-written with Marwa Elshakry). Bernard Lightman, ed., A Companion to History of Science, pp. 372-386. Wiley-Blackwell, 2016.

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Tsuchiya, Masaaki, and Vincent Goossaert, eds. Dôkyô no seichi to chihôshin  道教の聖地と地方神 [Lieux saints du taoïsme et dieux locaux] Tokyo: Toho shoten. 2016.

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