First Volume of “Hualin Series on Buddhist Studies”

First Volume of “Hualin Series on Buddhist Studies”

Production and Preservation of Buddhist Manuscripts in Central and East Asia

 

Edited by Ru ZHAN, Jinhua CHEN, Yun JI
Series: Hualin Series on Buddhist Studies I
ISBN: 978-9-81149-575-5
Publishing Date: 2020-12-31
Publisher: World Scholastic Publishers
Pages: 425
Format: Paperback

 

 

Table of Contents

1. Manuscript Network in Central and East Asia

2. Manuscript as Transmission Media

    • 2.1.   On Kambala’s Navaślokī and Its Chinese Translation
      Daisy Sze Yui Cheung 張思睿
    • 2.2.   On the Transmission of the Verse-text of Sa skya Paṇḍita’s Tshad ma rigs pa’i gter and the Rang ’grel-Auto-commentary
      Leonard W.J. van der Kuijp
    • 2.3.   The Manuscript Culture of Confucianism and Buddhism in Medieval China
      Tong Ling 童嶺

3. Technical Aspects of Manuscript Culture

    • 3.1.   Colophons by the Tōdaiji Monk Sōshō (1202–1278): The Threshold between Text and Paratext
      Asuka Sango
    • 3.2.   The Establishment of Mongolian Buddhist Collections: Highlights of Physical Appearance and Production Processes
      Sainbileg Byambadorj

4. Prayers and Rituals

    • 4.1.   Offerings and the Production of Buddhist Scriptures in Dunhuang during the Tenth Century
      Henrik H. Sørensen
    • 4.2.   The Discourse Record of Layman Ruru and Its Transformations in Canonical Liturgical Materials
      Alan Gerard Wagner
    • 4.3.   Prayers for Mediation: Thirteenth-Century Textual Culture between Kōya and Kamakura
      Brian Steininger

 

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