We are excited to announce the launch of Hualin International Journal of Buddhist Studies, hosted in the Research Centre for Buddhist Texts and Arts at Peking University (北京大學佛教典籍與藝術研究中心), funded by the Glorisun Charitable Foundation, and facilitated by a Social Sciences and Humanities Research Council (SSHRC) project on Buddhism and East Asian Religions (www.frogbear.org) at the University of British Columbia (UBC). Editor-in-chief: Ru ZHAN, Peking University; Associate Editor: Jinhua CHEN, UBC.
The journal is published by Cambria Press, an innovative publisher of academic research based in New York, USA (www.cambriapress.com). The Chinese sister journal is published by World Scholastic Publishers (www.worldscholastic.com).
This peer-reviewed journal publishes academic research using innovative new approaches, methods, materials, and findings obtained through interdisciplinary, multi-sourced, multi-media, and cross-cultural approaches to the study of Buddhism, and welcomes submissions in the areas of the history of religions, literary studies, manuscript studies, Dunhuang studies, doctrinal studies using rare sources, art historical perspectives, institutional history, anthropological research, sociopolitical studies, and comparative, philosophical studies. The journal will also offer book reviews and translations into English of innovative research articles by eminent scholars in East Asia.
To learn more, visit the webpage of Hualin International Journal of Buddhist Studies (https://dx.doi.org/10.15239/hijbs).
- Volume 1, Issue 1 (May), Special Issue: Buddhism in the West
- Volume 1, Issue 2 (October), Special Issue: Buddhist Arts
- Volume 2, Issue 1 (May), Special Issue: Faxian
- Volume 2, Issue 2 (October), Special Issue: Buddhism and Business: South and East Asian Perspectives
- Volume 3, Issue 1 (May), Special Issue: Manuscript Studies and Xuanzang Studies
- Volume 3, Issue 2 (October): Special Issue: Buddhism and Technology, and Epigraphy
- Volume 4, Issue 1 (May), Special Issue: Buddhist Worldmaking Programs & Tiantai/Chontae/Tendai Buddhism
- Volume 4, Issue 2 (October): Special Issue: The Wheel that Crossed the Borders: Buddhist and Non-Buddhist Religions
- Volume 5, Issue 1 (May), Special Issue: Text and Image & Buddhist Biography