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Articles in Popular Media

  1. Bingenheimer, Marcus. “Digitization of Buddhist Cultural Heritage.” International Institute for Asian Studies (IIAS) Newsletter 79 (Spring 2018): 20.
  2. Bogel, Cynthea J. “Un cosmoscape sous le Bouddha : le piédestal de l’icône principale de Yakushi-ji, soutien de l’empire des souverains.Japon, Perspective: actualité en histoire de l’art, no. 1 (2020): 141–166.
  3. Galambos, Imre. “A snapshot of Dunhuang studies, circa 2016.” Orientations 47, no. 4 (May 2016): 33–38.
  4. Sheng, Kai. “Commentarial Interpretations of the Vimalakīrti Nirdeśa in the Controversy over Requiring Buddhist Monastics to Pay Homage to the Emperor during the Sui and Tang Dynasties.” Religions 13, no. 10 (2022): 987.
  5. Sheng, Kai 聖凱. “Fojiao guannianshi de fangfalun chuantong yu jiangou yiyi” 佛教觀念史的方法論傳統與建構意義 [The Methodological Tradition and Constructive Significance of the History of Buddhist Ideas]. Zhongguo renmin daxue fuyin baokan ziliao¬: Zongjiao 中國人民大學復印報刊資料:宗教 [China Social Sciences Excellence: Religions], no. 2 (2022): 65–72.
  6. Sheng, Kai, and Bangwei Zhou. “Interpreting Buddhist Precepts with Confucian Rites” Based on Their Similarity and Dissimilarity: A Perspective of the History of Ideas in Wei, Jin, and Northern and Southern Dynasties.” Religions 13, no. 11 (2022): 1081.
  7. Sheng, Kai. “The Research Institute of Buddhist Culture of China.” Journal of Cultural Interaction in East Asia 13, no. 1 (2022): 52–55.
  8. Sheng, Kai 聖凱. “Sui Tang Fojiao zongpai de ‘zutong’ guannian” 隋唐佛教宗派的“祖統”觀念 [“The Patriarchal Tradition” Idea of Buddhist Sects in Sui and Tang Dynasties]. Wutai shan yanjiu 五臺山研究 [Mount Wutai Researches], no. 1 (2022): 3–8.
  9. Wang, Michelle. “The CDC’s Misappropriation of a Chinese Textile, and Why It Matters.Hyperallergic (May 11, 2020).
  10. Wu Jiang 呉疆. “Ingen Zenji kenkyu no mirai” 隠元禅師研究の未来 [The Future of the Study of Zen Master Yinyuan/Ingen]. Huangbo wenhua 黄檗文華 [Obaku bunka: Obaku Zen Culture Studies and Annual Report], 141 (2022): 90–91.

Books

  1. Anderl, Christoph, and Christian Wittern, eds. Chán Buddhism in Dūnhuáng and beyond: A Study of Manuscripts, Texts, and Contexts in Memory of John R. McRae. Leiden: Brill, 2020.
  2. Anderl, Christoph, Carmen Meinert, and Ann Heirman, eds. Buddhist Encounters and Identities Across East Asia. Edited by. Leiden: Brill, 2018.
  3. Anderl, Christoph, Lin Ching-hui 林靜慧, and Jenjou Hung 洪振洲. Po Mo bian 破魔變: Critical Edition with Annotated Translations into Modern Chinese and English. Taipei: Fagu wenhua 法鼓文化, 2017.
  4. Andrews, Susan, and Jinhua Chen, eds. The Transnational Cult of Mount Wutai: Historical and Comparative Perspectives. Studies on East Asian Religions Series 2. Leiden: Brill, 2020.
  5. Andrews, Susan, Jinhua Chen, and Cuilan Liu, eds. Rules of Engagement: Medieval Traditions of Buddhist Monastic Regulation. Hamburg Buddhist Studies 9. Bochum: Projekt Verlag, 2017.
  6. Andrews, Susan. “Active at the Margins: Women in the early literature of China’s Mount Wutai.” In Buddhism and Daoism on the Holy Mountains of China, edited by Thomas Jülch. Leiden: Brill, forthcoming.
  7. Balkwill, Stephanie, and James Benn, eds. Buddhist Statecraft in East Asia. Leiden: Brill, 2022.
  8. Benn, James. Cha zai Zhongguo: yibu zongjiao yu wenhua shi 茶在中國:一部宗教與文化史. Translated by Zhu Huiying 朱慧颖. Beijing: Zhongguo gongren chubanshe, 2019.
  9. Bingenheimer, Marcus. Island of Guanyin: Mount Putuo and its Gazetteers. London & New York: Oxford University Press, 2016.
  10. Carmen Meinert, Christoph Anderl, and Ann Heirman, eds. Buddhist Encounters and Identities Across East Asia. Leiden: Brill, 2018.
  11. Chen Ming 陳明. Dunhuang de yiliao yu shehui 敦煌的醫療與社會 [Medicine and Social Life in Dunhuang]. Beijing: Encyclopedia of China Publishing House 中國大百科全書出版社, 2018.
  12. Chen Ming 陳明. Fanhan ben genben shuo yiqie you bu ludian ciyu yanjiu 梵漢本根本說一切有部律典詞語研究 [ The terms in the Sanskrit and Chinese texts of the mūlasarvāstivāda vinaya-vastus: a comparative study]. Beijing: Peking University Press 北京大學出版社, January 2018.
  13. Chen, Jack W., Anatoly Detwyler, Christopher M. B. Nugent, Xiao Liu, and Bruce Rusk, eds. Literary Information in China: A History. New York City, NY: Columbia University Press, 2021.
  14. Chen, Jack W., Anatoly Detwyler, Xiao Liu, Christopher M.B. Nugent, and Bruce Rusk, eds. Information in China: A Literary History. Columbia University Press, forthcoming.
  15. Chen, Jinhua and Ru Zhan, eds. Shi Yun Chunqiu: Zhongya Yu Dongya Fojiao Beiming De Zhizao, Baocun Yu Jiedu 石蘊春秋:中亞與東亞佛教碑銘的製作、保存與解讀 [History Embedded into the Stone: Production and Preservation of Buddhist Manuscripts in Central and East Asia]. Singapore: World Scholastic Publishers, 2021.
  16. Chen, Jinhua 陳金華, and Kuan Guang, eds. From Xiangyuan to Ceylon: The Life and Legacy of the Chinese Monk Faxian (337–422). Singapore: World Scholastic Publishers, 2020.
  17. Chen, Jinhua 陳金華. Fojiao yu Zhongwai jiaoliu 佛教與中外交流 [Buddhism and China’s Communication with the world outside China]. Shanghai: Zhongxi Shuju 中西書局, 2016.
  18. Chen, Jinhua, Ciguang Shi, and Xingding Shi, eds. Cong Xizhu Dao Zhongtu, Cong Tangmi Dao Dongmi: Fojiao Zhongguohua Yu Hanchuan Fojiao Guojihua De Linglei Gushi 從西竺到中土、從唐密到東密: 佛教中國化與漢傳佛教國際化的另類故事 [From India to China, from Tang Esoteric Buddhism to Japanese Shingon Buddhism: Another Story of the Sinification of Indian Buddhism and the Globalization of Chinese Buddhism]. Singapore: World Scholastic Publishers, 2021.
  19. Chen, Jinhua, Ru Zhan, and Yun Ji, eds. Fojiao Xieben Wenhua Yanjiu: Xincailiao Yu Xin Shiye 佛教寫本文化研究:新材料與新視野 [Study on Buddhist Manuscript Culture: New Material and New Perspectives]. Singapore: World Scholastic Publishers, 2021.
  20. Chen, Jinhua, Ru Zhan, and Yun Ji, eds. Production and Preservation of Buddhist Manuscripts in Central and East Asia. Singapore: World Scholastic Publishers, 2021.
  21. Chen, Jinhua, Ru Zhan, and Yun Ji, eds. Tones from the Stones: Production, Preservation and Perusal of Buddhist Epigraphy in Central and East Asia. Singapore: World Scholastic Publishers, 2021.
  22. Chen, Ming 陳明. Silu yiming 絲路醫明 [Medical Culture Along the Silk Road]. Guangzhou: Guangdong Education Publishing House 廣東教育出版社, 2017.
  23. Clart, Philip, Vincent Goossaert, and Hsieh Shu-wei 謝世維, eds. Daojiao yu difang zongjiao: dianfan de chongsi guoji yantaohui lunwenji《道教與地方宗教─ 典範的重思國際研討會論文集》[Daoism and Local Cults: Rethinking the Paradigms]. Taipei: Center for Chinese Studies, 2020.
  24. Copp, Paul, and Wu Hung, eds. Refiguring East Asian Religious Art: Buddhist Devotion and Funerary Practice. Art Media Resources, 2019.
  25. Deguchi, Yasuo, Jay L. Garfield, Graham Priest, and Robert H. Sharf. What Can’t be Said: Contradiction and Paradox in East Asian Thought. Oxford University Press, 2021.
  26. Döll, Steffen, and Marc Nürnberger, eds. Weile, ohne zu wohnen: Festschrift für Peter Pörtner zu seinem 66. Geburtstag. [Linger, but do not settle: Festschrift for Peter Pörtner honouring his 66th birthday]. Hamburg: Gesellschaft für Natur- und Völkerkunde Ostasiens, 2020.
  27. Galambos, Imre. Dunhuang Manuscript Culture: End of the First Millennium. Berlin: de Gruyter, 2020.
  28. Goossaert, Vincent, and Xun Liu. Daoism in Modern China: Clerics and Temples in Urban Transformations, 1860-Present. Abingdon, Oxon: Routledge, 2021.
  29. Goossaert, Vincent, and Masaaki Tsuchiya, eds. Dôkyô no seichi to chihôshin 道教の聖地と地方神 [Daoist Sacred Sites and Local Gods]. Tokyo: Toho shoten 東方書店. 2016.
  30. Goossaert, Vincent, and Masaaki Tsuchiya, eds. Holy places and pilgrimages: La tradition vivante taoïste. Turnhout: Brepols, 2022.
  31. Goossaert, Vincent, David Ownby, and Zhe Ji, eds. Making Saints in Modern China. New York: Oxford University Press, 2017.
  32. Goossaert, Vincent. Making the Gods Speak: The Ritual Production of Revelation in Chinese History. Cambridge: Harvard University Asia Center, 2022.
  33. Goossaert, Vincent. Heavenly Masters: Two Thousand Years of the Daoist State. Honolulu: University of Hawaiʻi Press, 2022.
  34. Goossaert, Vincent. Vies Des Saints Exorcistes: Hagiographies Taoïstes, Xie-Xvie siècles. Paris: Les Belles Lettres, 2021.
  35. Greene, Eric M. Chan before Chan : Meditation, Repentance, and Visionary Experience in Chinese Buddhism. Honolulu: University of Hawaiʻi Press, 2021.
  36. Greene, Eric M. The Secrets of Buddhist Meditation : Visionary Meditation Texts from Early Medieval China. Honolulu: University of Hawaiʻi Press, 2021.
  37. Hao, Chunwen 郝春文, Stephen F. Teiser, trans. Dunhuang Manuscripts: An Introduction to Texts from the Silk Road. New York: Portico Publishing Company, 2020.
  38. Jia, Jinhua, ed. Traditional Chinese State Ritual System of Sacrifice to Mountain and Water Spirits. Basel, Switzerland: MDPI, 2022.
  39. Jia Jinhua 賈晉華, and Liu Gonghuang 劉恭煌. “Xuefeng zuting de chuanli jiqi zai Chanzong shishang de yiyi” 雪峰祖庭的創立及其在禪宗史上的意義. In Hanchuan Fojiao zuting wenhua guoji xueshu yantaohui 漢傳佛教祖庭文化國際學術研討會 [The Proceedings of the International Seminar on Chinese Buddhist Culture of Ancesteral Monasteries], edited by the Chinese  Buddhist Association and the Chinese Religious Cultural Exchange Association中國佛教協會, 中華宗教文化交流協會; 1015-23. Xi’an: Zongjiao wenhua chuban she宗教文化出版社, 2016.
  40. Jia Jinhua 賈晉華, and Roger T. Ames, eds. Li Zehou and Confucian Philosophy. Honolulu: University of Hawai‘i Press, 2018.
  41. Jia Jinhua 賈晉華, Chen Wei 陳偉, Wang Xiaolin 王小林, and Lai Guolong 來國龍, eds. Xinyu wenxue yu zaoqi Zhonguo yanjiu 新語文學與早期中國研究 [New Philology and the Study of Early China]. Shanghai: Shanghai People’s Publisher 上海人民出版社, 2018.
  42. Jia, Jinhua 賈晉華, and Bai Zhaojie, eds. Zhongguo zongjiao yanjiu xin shiye 《中國宗教研究新視野》 [New Perspective in the Study of Chinese Religion]. Beijing: China Religious Culture Publisher, 2020.
  43. Jia, Jinhua, and Cao Feng, eds. Zaoqi zhongguo yuzhou lun yanjiu xin shiye 《早期中國宇宙論研究新視野》 [New Perspective in the Study of Early Chinese Cosmology]. Shanghai: Shanghai People’s Publishing, 2021.
  44. Jia, Jinhua, and Zeng Zhenyu, eds. Shehui zeren yu geti jiazhi: Ruxue lunli xue de xiandai qishi 社會責任與個體價值:儒學倫理學的現代啓示 [Social Responsibility and Individual Worth]. Jinan: Qi Lu shushe 齊魯書社, 2019.
  45. Katz, Paul R., and Vincent Goossaert. The Fifty Years that Changed Chinese Religion, 1898-1948. Ann Arbor, AAS, 2021.
  46. Kim Jongmyung 김종명, trans. Pukchong kwa ch’ogi Sŏn Pulgyo ŭi hyŏngsŏng [The Northern School and the Formation of Early Chan Buddhism], by John R. McRae. Seoul: Minjoksa, n.d.
  47. Kim Jongmyung 김종명. Han’guk munmyŏng wŏnjŏn: Chosŏn hugi 1 [Sourcebook of Korean Civilization: The Latter Period of the Chosŏn Dynasty 1]. Seongnam: The Academy of Korean Studies Press, 2018.
  48. Kim Jongmyung 김종명. Sangwŏn Yŏndŭng hoe wa Chungdong P’algwan hoe 상원연등회와 중동팔관회 [The Lantern Festival on the Fifteenth Day of the First Month and the Assembly of Eight Prohibitions in Mid-Winter]. Seongnam: The Academy of Korean Studies Press, 2018.
  49. Kowner, Rotem, Guy Bar-oz, Michal Biran, Meir Shahar, and Gideon Shelach-Lavi, eds. Animals and Human Society in Asia: Historical, Cultural and Ethical Perspectives. Palgrave Macmillan, 2019.
  50. Kuan, Guang, and Hu Fo. What Happened after Mañjusri Migrated to China?: The Sinification of the Mañjusri Faith and the Globalization of the Wutai Cult. Edited by Jinhua Chen. London, New York: Routledge, 2022.
  51. Liu Yi 劉屹. Liuchao daojiao gu lingbao jing delishi xue yanjiu 六朝道教古靈寶經的歷史學研究. Shanghai: Shanghai guji chuban she 上海古籍出版社, 2018.
  52. Liu Yi 劉屹. Long sha lun dao ji 《龍沙論道集》 [Longsha Collection of Essays on Daoist Studies]. Nanjing: Fenghuang Chubanshe 鳳凰出版社, 2020.
  53. Liu Yifeng 劉懿鳳. Jindai Jiangnan conglin de shensheng jiangou: Yi Laiguo yu Yangzhou Gaominsi wei zhongxin 《近代江南叢林的神聖建構:以來果與揚州高旻寺為中心》 [Making Sanctity of Jiangnan Monasteries in Modern China: A Case Study on Laiguo’s Revitalization of Yangzhou Gaomin Monastery]. Edited by Sheng Kai 聖凱. Beijing: Zongjiao Wenhua Chubanshe 宗教文化出版社, 2020.
  54. Long, Darui, and Jinhua Chen, eds. Chinese Buddhist Canons in the Age of Printing. London: Routledge, 2019.
  55. Marcus Bingenheimer 馬德偉, and Chang Po-Yung 張伯雍, eds. Zaoqi chanzong wenxian sibu —— yi TEI biaoji chong ding dunhuang xie juan: Lengjia shizi ji, chuan fabao ji, xiu xin yao lun, guan xin lun. 《早期禪宗文獻四部 —— 以TEI標記重訂敦煌寫卷:楞伽師資記,傳法寶紀,修心要論,觀心論》 [Four Early Chan Texts from Dunhuang – A TEI-based Edition]. 1, Moxie ban《摹寫版》[Facsimiles and Diplomatic Transcription]. Taipei: Shin Wen Feng 新文豐, 2018.
  56. Marcus Bingenheimer 馬德偉, and Chang Po-Yung 張伯雍, eds. Zaoqi chanzong wenxian sibu —— yi TEI biaoji chong ding dunhuang xie juan: Lengjia shizi ji, chuan fabao ji, xiu xin yao lun, guan xin lun. 《早期禪宗文獻四部 —— 以TEI標記重訂敦煌寫卷:楞伽師資記,傳法寶紀,修心要論,觀心論》 [Four Early Chan Texts from Dunhuang – A TEI-based Edition]. 2, Duizhao yu dian zhu ban《對照與點注版》[Parallel, Punctuated and Annotated Edition]. Taipei: Shin Wen Feng 新文豐, 2018.
  57. Marcus Bingenheimer 馬德偉, and Chang Po-Yung 張伯雍, eds. Zaoqi chanzong wenxian sibu —— yi TEI biaoji chong ding dunhuang xie juan: Lengjia shizi ji, chuan fabao ji, xiu xin yao lun, guan xin lun. 《早期禪宗文獻四部 —— 以TEI標記重訂敦煌寫卷:楞伽師資記,傳法寶紀,修心要論,觀心論》 [Four Early Chan Texts from Dunhuang – A TEI-based Edition]. 3, Chao jing ban《抄經版》[Calligraphy Practice]. Taipei: Shin Wen Feng 新文豐, 2018.
  58. McBride, Richard D., II. Questions and Answers on the Avataṃsaka-sūtra: An Early Korean Hwaeom Text. Lectures by Uisang; Compiled by Jitong. Translation and Introduction by Richard D. McBride II. Representative Works of Korean Buddhism: Traditional Buddhism Series. Seoul: Jogye Order of Korean Buddhism, 2021.
  59. Miaojiang 妙江, Jinhua Chen 陳金華, Ji Yun 紀贇, Shi Kuanguang 釋寬廣, and Shi Fohu 釋佛護, eds. Yiseng yisu, zi nei ji wai: Dongya da shiye xia de Fojiao yu jiaoyu guoji yantaohui lunwen ji 亦僧亦俗、自內及外:東亞大視野下的佛教與教育國際研討會論文集 [Between the Sacred & the Secular, from the Internal to the External: Proceedings for the Conference on Buddhism & Education in the Pan-East Asian Context]. Singapore: World Scholastic Publishers, 2020.
  60. Miaojiang 妙江, Jinhua Chen 陳金華, Shi Kuanguang 釋寬廣, and Ji Yun 紀贇, eds. Xiantang shan yu Faxian wenhua: Hanseng Faxian (337-422) qi shengping yu yichang guoji yantaohui lunwenji 僊堂山與法顯文化: 漢僧法顯 (337-422) 其生平與遺產國際研討會論文集 [Mount Xiantang and the Faxian Culture: Proceedings for the Conference on the Life and Legacy of the Chinese Monk Faxian (337-422)]. Singapore: World Scholastic Publishers, 2020.
  61. Miaojiang 妙江, Chen Jinhua 陳金華, and Kuanguang 寬廣, eds. Wutai shan Xinyanimaang Duo Wenhua, Kua Zongjiao de Xingge Yiji Guoji Xing Yingxiangli: Di Erjie Wutai shan Yantaohui Lunwen Ji 五臺山信仰多文化、跨宗教的性格以及國際性影響力:第二次五臺山研討會論文集[The Multi-cultural, Cross-religious Characters and International Impact of the Wutai Cult: The Proceedings for the Second Conference on Mount Wutai]. Taibei: Xinwenfeng 新文豐, 2018.
  62. Miaojiang 妙江, Chen Jinhua 陳金華, and Kuanguang 寬廣, eds. Yishan er wuding: Duo xueke, kua fangyu, chao wenhua shiye zhong de Wutai Xinyang yanjiu 一山而五頂:多學科、跨方域、超文化視野中的五台信仰研究 [One Mountain of Five Plateaus: Studies of the Wutai cult in Multidisciplinary, Crossborder and Transcultural Approaches]. Taibei: Xinwenfeng 新文豐, 2017.
  63. Nakamura Fuyubi, ed. Traces of Words: Art and Calligraphy from Asia. Vancouver: MOA and Figure 1 Publishing, 2017.
  64. Saitō, Mareshi. Kanbunmyaku The Literary Sinitic Context and the Birth of Modern Japanese Language and Literature. Edited by Christina Laffin and Ross King. Brill, 2021.
  65. Shahar, Meir, and Yael Bentor, eds. Chinese and Tibetan Esoteric Buddhism. Leiden: Brill, 2017.
  66. Shahar, Meir. Kings of Oxen and Horses: Draft Animals, Buddhism, and Chinese Rural Religion (submitted for publication).
  67. Shahar, Meir. The Shaolin Monastery: History, Religion, and the Chinese Martial Arts. Honolulu, HI: Univ. of Hawai’i Press, 2009.
  68. Shao Jiade, and Sheng Kai 聖凱. Master Taixu in the History of Images and Ideas. Beijing: Zongjiao Wenhua Chubanshe, 2019.
  69. Sheng Kai 聖凱. Dingxin 定心 [Concentrated Mind]. Beijing: Shangwu yinshuguan 商務印書館, 2022.
  70. Sheng Kai 聖凱. Fojiao guannianshi yu shehuishi yanjiu fangfalun 佛教觀念史與社會史研究方法論 [Methodology of Studies on the History of Buddhist Ideas and Society]. Beijing: Zongjiao wenhua chubanshe 宗教文化出版社, 2022.
  71. Sheng Kai 聖凱. Nanbei chao Dilun xuepai sixiang shi 《南北朝地論學派思想史》[An Intellectual History of Daśabhūmi-śāstra School in Medieval China]. Beijing: Zongjiao Wenhua Chubanshe 宗教文化出版社, 2020.
  72. Sheng Kai 聖凱. Nianxin 念心 [Meditative Mind] Updated Edition. Beijing: Shangwu yinshuguan 商務印書館, 2022.
  73. Sheng Kai 聖凱, ed. Renjian fojiao sixiang wenku: Zhao Puchu 人間佛教思想文庫趙樸初卷 [Series for the Ideas of Humanistic Buddhism: Zhao Puchu].Beijing: Zongjiao wenhua chubanshe 宗教文化出版社, 2017.
  74. Sheng Kai 聖凱, and Yang Jianxiao 楊劍霄, eds. Yidai yilu gaoseng zhuan 「一帶一路」高僧傳 [Biography of Eminent Monks Along the Belt and Road]. Beijing: Zongjiao wenhua chubanshe 宗教文化出版社, 2018.
  75. Sheng Kai 聖凱. Zhishi shehuishi shiyu xia de Zhonguo Fojiao Baike quanshju yanjiu 《知識社會史視域下的中國佛教百科全書研究》[Encyclopedic Tradition in Chinese Buddhism: A Perspective from the Social History of Knowledge]. Edited by Fan Wenli 范文麗. Beijing: Zongjiao Wenhua Chubanshe 宗教文化出版社, 2020.
  76. Sheng Kai 聖凱. Zhongguo fojiao xinyang yu shenghuo shi 中國佛教信仰與生活史 [A New History of Chinese Buddhism: With a Focus on Its Faith and Monastic Life]. Nanjing: Jiangsu renmin chubanshe 江蘇人民出版社, 2016.
  77. Sheng Kai 聖凱. Zhongguo Hanchuan Fojiao liyi 《中國漢傳佛教禮儀》 [Ritual of the Chinese Buddhism (revised edition)]. Beijing: Shangwu Yinshuguan 商務印書館, 2020.
  78. Sheng Kai, ed. Chinese Buddhism and Asian Material Civilization. Beijing: Shangwu Yinshuguan, 2021.
  79. Sheng Kai, ed. Chinese Buddhist Monastery and Social Life Spaces in Asia. Beijing: Shangwu Yinshuguan, 2021.
  80. Sheng Kai, ed. Faithful Mind. Beijing: Shangwu Yinshuguan, 2021.
  81. Sheng Kai, ed. Meditative Mind. Beijing: Shangwu Yinshuguan, 2021.
  82. Sheng, Kai. A History of Chinese Buddhist Faith and Life. Edited by Jinhua Chen. Brill, 2020. https://brill.com/view/title/57547
  83. Shimoda, Masahiro, and A. Saitō et al. A Dictionary of Bibliographies of Buddhist Texts: Third Edition. Shunjū-sha, 2020.
  84. Shimoda, Masahiro. Toward a New Frame of Reference for Research o Mahāyāna Sūtras in Light of the Linguistic Turn. University of Tokyo Press, 2020.
  85. Teiser, Stephen F. Yili Yu Fojiao Yanjiu 儀禮與佛教研究 (Ritual and the Study of Buddhism). Beijing: Sanlian Chubanshe, 2022.
  86. Teiser, Stephen, translator. Dunhuang Manuscripts: An Introduction to Texts from the Silk Road. Revision and English translation of Shishi xiejing: Dunhuang yishu 石室写经:敦煌遗书 by Hao Chunwen 郝春文, 2007. Los Angeles: Portico Publishing Co., 2020.
  87. ter Haar, Barend. Jiang gushi: zhongguo lishishang de wushu yu tizui 講故事 : 中國歷史上的巫術與替罪 [Telling stores: witchcraft and scapegoating in Chinese history], translated by Xu Liheng 徐力恆, Huang Yuning 黃宇寧, Zhao Lingyun 趙凌雲, Zhou Nulu 周努鲁, Huang Fei 黄菲, and Li Tong 李瞳.  Shanghai: Zhongxi shuju 中西書局, 2017.
  88. Wang Yong 王勇, and Ge Jiyong 葛繼勇. Lidai zhengshi Riben chuan kaozhu han weiliang jin nanbeichao juan 歷代正史日本傳考注漢魏兩晉南北朝卷. Shanghai: Shanghai Jiaotong University Press上海交通大學出版社, 2016.
  89. Wang Yong 王勇, and Kono Kimiko 河野貴美子, eds. Shōtotsu to yūgō no higashiajia bunka-shi 衝突と融合の東アジア文化史. Tokyo: Bensei Publisher 勉誠出版, 2016.
  90. Wang Yong 王勇. Lidai zhengshi riben chuan kaozhu suiting juan 歷代正史日本傳考注隋唐卷.  Shanghai: Shanghai Jiaotong University Press上海交通大學出版社, 2016.
  91. Wang, Michelle C. Mandalas in the Making: The Visual Culture of Esoteric Buddhism at Dunhuang. Leiden: Brill, 2018.
  92. Yang Zhaohua. Devouring Impurities: The Rise of the Cult of Ucchuṣma in Medieval China (600–1000). Forthcoming.
  93. Zhanru 湛如, Chen Jinhua 陳金華, Ji Yun 紀贇, and Wang Lina 王麗娜, eds. Shushi chaomai chushi, niudai duoguo Jiefen: Fojiao yu Dongya zongjiao siyuan de duochong gongneng guoji yantaohui lunwne ji 淑世超邁出世、紐帶多過界分 : 佛教與東亞宗教寺院的多重社會作用與功能國際研討會論文集 [More Bonds Than Boundaries: Proceedings for the International Conference on the Diverse Roles and Functions of East Asian Temples and Shrines] Taibei: Xinwenfeng 新文豐, 2018.


Book Chapters

  1. Anderl, Christoph, and Henrik Sørensen. “” In Chán Buddhism in Dūnhuáng and beyond : A Study of Manuscripts, Texts, and Contexts in Memory of John R. McRae, edited by Christoph Anderl and Christian Wittern, 1–20. Leiden: Brill, 2020.
  2. Anderl, Christoph, and Henrik Sørensen. “Northern Chán and the Siddhaṃ Songs.” In Chán Buddhism in Dūnhuáng and beyond : A Study of Manuscripts, Texts, and Contexts in Memory of John R. McRae, edited by Christoph Anderl and Christian Wittern, 99–140. Leiden: Brill, 2020.
  3. Anderl, Christoph, Lin Ching-hui, and Jenjou Hung. “破魔變中英對照校注.” In Po Mo bian 破魔變: Critical Edition with Annotated Translations into Modern Chinese and English, by Christoph Anderl, Lin Ching-hui, and Jenjou Hung, 133–268. Taipei: Fagu wenhua, 2017.
  4. Anderl, Christoph. “Māra’s Assault: An Introduction.” In Po Mo bian 破魔變: Critical Edition with Annotated Translations into Modern Chinese and English, edited by Christoph Anderl, Lin Ching-Hui 林靜慧, and Jenjou Hung 洪振洲, 44–95.Taipei: Fagu wenhua 法鼓文化, 2017.
  5. Anderl, Christoph. “Modality Without Modals: The Case of Interrogatives in Early Vernacular Texts.” In New Perspectives on Aspect and Modality in Chinese Historical Linguistics, edited by Barbara Meisterernst; 221–38. Singapore: Springer, 2019.
  6. Anderl, Christoph. “Metaphors on ‘Sickness and Remedy’ in Early Chán Texts from Dūnhuáng.” In Reading Slowly: A Festschrift for Jens Braarvig, edited by Lutz Edzard, Jens W. Borgland, and Ute Hüsken, 27–46. Wiesbaden: Harrassowitz, 2018.
  7. Andrews, Susan, and Cuilan Liu. “Editors’ Introduction.” In Rules of Engagement: Medieval Traditions of Buddhist Monastic Regulationedited by Susan Andrews, Jinhua Chen, and Cuilan Liu, 9–25. Hamburg: University of Hamburg Press, 2017.
  8. Andrews, Susan. “Editor’s Introduction.” In The Transnational Cult of Mount Wutai: Historical and Comparative Perspectives, edited by Susan Andrews, Chen Jinhua, and Kuan Guang. Studies on East Asian Religions 2. Leiden: Brill, forthcoming.
  9. Andrews, Susan. “Transnational Mountain Cult, Local Economic and Religiopolitical Concerns: Mount Wutai and the Kamakura period miracle tales of Tōnomine.” In The Transnational Cult of Mount Wutai: Historical and Comparative Perspectives, edited by Susan Andrews, Chen Jinhua, and Kuan Guang. Studies on East Asian Religions Series, volume 2. Leiden: Brill, forthcoming.
  10. Andrews, Susan. “Yugong yishan: Wutai shan yu Liangcang shiqi” 愚公移山: 五台山與鎌倉時期 (1185–1333) 多武峰感應記 [The parable of Yugong yishan: Mount Wutai and Kamakura period (1185–1333) Tōnomine Miracle Tales]. In Yishan er wuding: Duo xueke, kua fangyu, chao wenhua shiye zhong de Wutai Xinyang yanjiu 一山而五頂:多學科、跨方域、超文化視野中的五台信仰研究[OneMountain of Five Plateaus: Studies of the Wutai cult in Multidisciplinary, Crossborder and Transcultural Approaches], edited by Miaojiang 妙江, Chen Jinhua陳金華, and Kuan Guang 寬廣. Taipei: Xinwenfeng 新文豐, 2017.
  11. Balkwill, Stephanie, and James A. Benn, eds. “Introduction.” Essay. In Buddhist Statecraft in East Asia, 1–23. Leiden: Boston, 2022.
  12. Balkwill, Stephanie. “Chapter 1 Metropolitan Buddhism Vis-à-Vis Buddhism at the Metropolis: How to Understand the Ling in the Empress Dowager’s Name.” Essay. In Buddhist Statecraft in East Asia, edited by Stephanie Balkwill and James A. Benn, 24–47. Leiden: Boston, 2022.
  13. Bingenheimer, Marcus. “Changing Pilgrimage Routes in the Late Qing – Comparing the itinerary networks in Knowing the Paths of Pilgrimage 參學知津 (c.1827) and Record of Travels to Famous Mountains 名山遊訪記 (c.1918).” In Lieux saints et pèlerinages: la tradition taoïste vivante / Holy sites and pilgrimages: The Daoist Living Tradition, edited by Vincent Goossaert and Tsuchiya Masaaki, 391–405. Turnhout: Brepols, 2022. (Refereed)
  14. Bingenheimer, Marcus. “Digital Tools for Buddhist Studies.” Essay. In Digital Humanities and Research Methods in Religious Studies an Introduction, edited by Christopher D. Cantwell and Kristian Petersen, 1–30. Berlin/Boston: De Gruyter, 2021.
  15. Bingenheimer, Marcus. “Digital Tools for Buddhist Studies.” In Digital Humanities and Research Methods in Religious Studies, edited by Christopher D. Cantwell and Kristian Petersen, 1–31. Berlin/Boston: DeGruyter, 2021. ISBN: 978-3110571608.
  16. Bingenheimer, Marcus. “Pilgrimage in China.” In New Pathways in Pilgrimage Studies: Global Perspectives, edited by Dionigi Albera and John Eade, 18–35. London: Routledge, 2017.
  17. Bingenheimer, Marcus. “A Study and Translation of the Yakṣa-saṃyukta in the Shorter Chinese Saṃyukta-āgama.” In Research on the Saṃyukta-āgama, edited by Dhammadinnā, 763–841. Taipei: Dharma Drum Publishing Corporation, 2020. ISBN13: 9789575988593.
  18. Bingenheimer, Marcus. “Traversing the ‘Pilgrimage Square’ of Northern China in the 19th Century.” Essay. In The Formation of Regional Religious Systems in Greater China, edited by Jiang Wu. Abingdon, Oxon: Routledge, Taylor & Francis Group, 2022.
  19. Chen Ming 陳明. “Fanciful Images from Abroad: Picturing the Other in Bencao pinhui jingyao. In Imagining Chinese Medicine, edited by Vivienne Lo and Penelope Barrett, 305–14. Sir Wellcome Asian Series 18. Leiden: Brill, 2018.
  20. Chen, Jack W., Anatoly Detwyler, Xiao Liu, Christopher M. B. Nugent, and Bruce Rusk. “Introduction: For a History of Literary Information in China.” Essay. In Information in China: A Literary History, edited by Jack W. Chen, Anatoly Detwyler, Xiao Liu, Christopher M.B. Nugent, and Bruce Rusk, 145–57. Columbia University Press, 2022.
  21. Chen, Jinhua 陳金華. “‘Shensheng dili xue’: Wutaishan yanjiu de xin shiye yu xin silu duanxiang” “神聖地理學”: 五臺山研究的新視野與新思路斷想 [Sacred Geography: Some Thoughts on the New Perspectives and New Ideas for the Studies of the Wutai Cult]. In Wutai Shan Xinyang Duo wenhua, Kua Zongjiao de Xingge Yiji Guoji Xing Yingxiangli: Di erjie Wutai Shan Yantaohui Lunwen Ji 五臺山信仰多文化、跨宗教的性格以及國際性影響力:第二次五臺山研討會論文集 [The Multi-cultural, Cross-religious Characters and International Impact of the Wutai Cult: The Proceedings for the Second Conference on Mount Wutai], edited by Miaojiang 妙江, Chen Jinhua 陳金華and Kuanguang 寬廣, 4–29. Taibei: Xinwenfeng 新文豐, 2017.
  22. Chen, Jinhua 陳金華. “Faxian deng Lufeng hui Huiyuan kao” 《法顯登廬峰會慧遠考》[On Faxian’s alleged mounting Mount Lu to meet with Huiyuan]. In Xiantang shan yu Faxian wenhua: Hanseng Faxian (337-422) qi shengping yu yichang guoji yantaohui lunwenji 僊堂山與法顯文化: 漢僧法顯 (337-422) 其生平與遺產國際研討會論文集 [Mount Xiantang and the Faxian Culture: Proceedings for the Conference on the Life and Legacy of the Chinese Monk Faxian (337-422)], edited by Ji Yun 紀贇, Sun Yinggang 孫英剛, Shi Miaojiang 釋妙江, Shi Zhanru 釋湛如, Chen Jinhua 陳金華 and Shi Shengkai 釋聖凱,  136–47. Mingshan dasi yanjiu xilie 名山大寺研究系列 [Mingshan Temple Research Series], volume 4. Singapore: World Scholastic Publishers, 2020.
  23. Chen, Jinhua 陳金華. “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] . In 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], edited by Jia Jinhua 賈晉華 and Xue Yu 學愚, 215–244. Shanghai: Shanghai renmin chubanshe 上海人民出版社, 2016.
  24. Chen, Jinhua 陳金華. “Sui Tang Chang’an Dong Xi Chanding si de duochong jiaose” 隋唐長安東西禪定寺的多重角色 [The Multiple roles of the Eastern and Western Chanding Monasteries in Sui-Tang Chang’an]. In Shushi chaomai chushi, niudai duoguo Jiefen: Fojiao yu Dongya zongjiao siyuan de duochong gongneng guoji yantaohui lunwne ji 淑世超邁出世、紐帶多過界分:  佛教與東亞宗教寺院的多重社會作用與功能國際研討會論文集 [More Bonds Than Boundaries: Proceedings for the International Conference on the Diverse Roles and Functions of East Asian Temples and Shrines], edited by Zhanru 湛如, Chen Jinhua 陳金華, Ji Yun 紀贇, and Wang Lina 王麗娜, 154–164. Taibei: Xinwenfeng 新文豐, 2018.
  25. Chen, Jinhua 陳金華. “Zhonggu Zhongguo yi Fosi wei zhongxin de zhishi fuyu yu chuanbo wangluo” 《中古中國以佛寺為中心的知識孵育與傳播網絡》[The Knowledge fostering and Transmission Network Centered around Buddhist temples in Medieval China]. In Yiseng yisu, zi nei ji wai: Dongya da shiye xia de Fojiao yu jiaoyu  guoji yantaohui lunwen ji 亦僧亦俗、自內及外:東亞大視野下的佛教與教育國際研討會論文集 [Between the Sacred & the Secular, from the Internal to the External: Proceedings for the Conference on Buddhism & Education in the Pan-East Asian Context], edited by Shi Miaojiang 釋妙江, Chen Jinhua 陳金華, Ji Yun 紀贇,  Shi Kuanguang 釋寬廣 and Shi Fohu 釋佛護,  116–38. Wutaishan dongfang fojiao wenhua yan jiu yuan shu xi 五台山東方佛教文化研究院書系 [Book Series of the Institute of Oriental Buddhist Culture of Mount Wutai], volume 2. Singapore: World Scholastic Publishers, 2020.
  26. Chen, Jinhua 陳金華. “Zhuyi yu Hanyao ouyu er yinqi de yichang huaxue baozha: Shizi guo seng Shijia Miduoluo 667 nian canfang Wutai shan yiyi xinjian” 竺醫與漢藥偶遇而引起的一場化學爆炸:獅子國僧釋迦密多羅667年參訪五臺山意義新見 [A Chemical ‘Explosion’ Triggered by an Encounter between Indian and Chinese Medical Sciences: Another Look at the Significances of the Sinhalese Monk Śākyamitra’s (567?–668) Visit at Mount Wutai in 667]. In Wutai Shan Xinyang Duo Wenhua, Kua Zongjiao de Xingge Yiji Guoji Xing Yingxiangli: Di Erjie Wutai Shan Yantaohui Lunwen Ji 五臺山信仰多文化、跨宗教的性格以及國際性影響力:第二次五臺山研討會論文集[The Multi-cultural, Cross-religious Characters and International Impact of the Wutai Cult: The Proceedings for the Second Conference on Mount Wutai], edited by Miaojiang 妙江, Chen Jinhua 陳金華and Kuanguang 寬廣, 13–28. Taibei: Xinwenfeng 新文豐, 2017.
  27. Chen, Jinhua 陳金華. “Zibo Zhenke (1543–1603) yu Yunjusi” 紫柏真可 (1543-1603) 與雲居寺 [The Monk Zibo Zhenke (1543–1603) and the Yunju Temple]. In Mingdai Beijing fojiao yanjiu 明代北京佛教研究 [Studies on Beijing Buddhism under the Ming Dynasty], edited by Yixue 怡學, 68–77; Beijing: Jincheng chubanshe 金城出版社, 2018.
  28. Chen, Jinhua 陳金華. “Yishan er wuding: Duo xueke, kua fangyu, chao wenhua shiye zhong de Wutai Xinyang yanjiu” 一山而五頂:多學科、跨方域、超文化視野中的五台信仰研究. In Yishan er wuding: Duo xueke, kua fangyu, chao wenhua shiye zhong de Wutai Xinyang yanjiu 一山而五頂:多學科、跨方域、超文化視野中的五台信仰研究 [One Mountain of Five Plateaus: Studies of the Wutai cult in Multidisciplinary, Crossborder and Transcultural Approaches], edited by Miaojiang 妙江, Chen Jinhua 陳金華, and Kuan Guang 寬廣. Taipei: Xinwenfeng 新文豐, 2017.
  29. Chen, Jinhua. “‘Yan Zhenqing Yu Lvxue Xipu De Jiangou: Yi Fuzhou Baoying Si Lüzang Yuan Jietan Ji Wei Zhongxin’ 顏真卿與律學譜系的建構:以《撫州寶應寺律藏院戒壇記》為中心 [A Vinay Lineage and a Vinaya Master’s Life Constructed by a Tang Bureaucrat, General and Calligrapher: Yan Zhenqing 顏真卿 and His Record for the Precept-Platform in the Vinaya-Treasure Cloister 律藏院 at the Baoying Monastery 寶應寺 in Fuzhou 撫州].” Essay. In Shi Yun Chunqiu: Zhongya Yu Dongya Fojiao Beiming De Zhizao, Baocun Yu Jiedu 石蘊春秋:中亞與東亞佛教碑銘的製作、保存與解讀 [History Embedded into the Stone: Production and Preservation of Buddhist Manuscripts in Central and East Asia], edited by Ru Zhan, 198–230. Singapore: World Scholastic Publishers, 2021.
  30. Chen, Jinhua. “A Complicated Figure with Complex Relationships: The Monk Huifan and Early Tang Saṃgha-state Interactions.” In The Middle Kingdom and the Dharma Wheel: Aspects of the Relationship between the Buddhist Saṃgha and the State in Chinese History, edited by Thomas Jülch, 140–221. Leiden: Brill, 2016.
  31. Chen, Jinhua. “A Missing Page in Sui-Tang Vinaya History: Zhishou and the Vinaya Tradition Based on the Great Chanding Monastery in Chang’an.” In Rules of Engagement: Medieval Traditions of Buddhist Monastic Regulation, edited by Susan Andrews, Jinhua Chen, and Cuilan Liu, 445–495. Hamburg Buddhist Studies 7. Bochum: Projekt Verlag, 2017.
  32. Chen, Jinhua. “Borderland Complex and the Construction of Sacred Sites and Lineages in East Asian Buddhism.” In Buddhist Transformations and Interactions: Essays in Honor of Antonino Forte, edited by Victor Mair, 65–106. Amherst: Cambria Press, 2017.
  33. Chen, Jinhua. “Reconstruction of the Life of a Sixth-Century Monk Misidentified as a Disciple of the Second Chan Patriarch Huike.” In Communities of Memory and Interpretation: Reimagining and Reinventing the Past in East Asian Buddhism, edited by Mario Poceski, 67– 108. Hamburg Buddhist Studies 10. Bochum: Projekt Verlag, 2018.
  34. 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.” In Behaving Badly in Early and Medieval China, edited by N. Harry Rothschild and Leslie V. Wallace, 208–230. Honolulu: University of Hawai‘i Press, 2017.
  35. Chen, Ming 陳明. “‘Yi di he suo lun’: Gudai Yindu de lishi chuantong mantan” 《“伊底呵娑論”:古代印度的歷史傳統漫談》[The theory of ###: A discussion on historical traditions of ancient India]. In Si ci zhi lu 絲瓷之路 [A porcelain silk road], edited by Xu Taishan 余太山 and Li Jinxiu 李錦繡, 260–75. Gudai zhongwai guanxi shi yanjiu 古代中外關係史研究 [Research on the History of Ancient Sino-Foreign Relations], volume 7. Beijing: Shangwu yin shuguan 商務印書館, 2019.
  36. Chiu, Tzu-Lung 邱子倫, and Ann Heirman. “Physical Exercise and Sporting Activities in Contemporary Taiwanese and Mainland Chinese Buddhist Monasteries.” In “Take the Vinaya as Your Master”: Monastic Discipline and Practices in Modern Chinese Buddhism, edited by Ester Bianchi and Daniela Campo, 325–358. Leiden: Brill, 2023.
  37. Copp, Paul. “The Material of East Asian Religions: A View from Buddhist Studies.” In Refiguring East Asian Religious Art: Buddhist Devotion and Funerary Practice, edited by Wu Hung and Paul Copp, 309–315. Art Media Resources, 2019.
  38. Copp, Paul. “Writing Buddhist Liturgies at Dunhuang: Hints of Ritualist Craft.” in Robert Yelle, Courtney Handman, and Christopher Lehrich, eds., Language and Religion (Mouton de Gruyter, 2019).
  39. Doell, Steffen. “Born into a World of Turmoil: The Biography and Thought of Chûgan Engetsu.” In The Dao Companion to Japanese Buddhist Philosophy, edited by Gereon Kopf and Francesca Soans, 471–86. Dordrecht: Springer, 2019.
  40. Döll, Steffen. “Doves on My Knees, Golden Dragons in My Sleeves: Emigrant Chan Masters and Early Japanese Zen Buddhism.” In Approaches to Chan, Sŏn, and Zen Studies: Chinese Chan Buddhism and Its Spread throughout East Asia, edited by Albert Welter, Steven Heine, and Jin Y. Park, 167–192. Albany, NY: State University of New York Press, 2022.
  41. Doell, Steffen. “Ein Kommentar zum Herzsutra (sicherlich nicht aus der Feder des Ikkyū Sōjun)” [A commentary on the Heart Sutra (certainly not penned by Ikkyû Sôjun]. In Weile, ohne zu wohnen: Festschrift für Peter Pörtner zu seinem 66. Geburtstag [Linger, but do not settle: Festschrift for Peter Pörtner honouring his 66th birthday], edited by Steffen Döll and Marc Nürnberger, 243–73. Hamburg: OAG, 2020.
  42. Doell, Steffen. “Genjô montei Dôshô wajô ni kan suru bunken-jô no ichi-kôsatsu 玄奘門弟道昭和尚に関する文献上の一考察.” In Genjô sanzô: aratanaru Genjô zô wo motomete 玄奘三蔵——新たなる玄奘像をもとめて, edited by Sakuma Hidenori 佐久間秀範, Chikamoto Kensuke 近本謙介, and Motoi Makiko 本井牧子, 248–258. Tôkyô: Bensei, 2021.
  43. Doell, Steffen. “The Self That Is Not a Self in the World That Is Twofold.” In The Oxford Handbook of Japanese Philosophy, edited by Bret Davis, 485–99. New York: Oxford University Press, 2019.
  44. Doell, Steffen. “Zerfallende Leichen, zergliederte Leiber: Konzeptionen von Körperlichkeit aus der Perspektive der kusôzu” [Decomposing corpses, dismembered bodies. Conceptions of corporeality seen form the perspective oft he kusôzu]. In Dimensionen des Körpers im vormodernen Japan [Transformations. Dimensions of the body in premodern Japan], edited by Eike Grossmann, 31–92. Hamburg: OAG, 2019.
  45. Döll, Steffen. “Ein Kommentar zum Herzsutra (sicherlich nicht aus der Feder des Ikkyū Sōjun).” In Weile, ohne zu wohnen: Festschrift für Peter Pörtner zu seinem 66. Geburtstag, edited by Steffen Döll and Maerc Nürnberger, 243–273. Hamburg: Gesellschaft für Natur- und Völkerkunde Ostasiens, 2020.
  46. Döll, Steffen. “Zerfallende Leichen, zergliederte Leiber: Konzeptionen von Körperlichkeit aus der Perspektive der kusōzu.” In Transformationen: Dimensionen des Körpers im vormodernen Japan, edited by Eike Großmann, 31–92. Hamburg: Gesellschaft für Natur- und Völkerkunde Ostasiens, 2019 [2020].
  47. Galambos, Imre, and Ching Chao-jung. “Chinese Sources.” In Hunnic Peoples in Central and South Asia: Sources for their Origin and History, edited by Dániel Balogh, 1–112. Groningen: Barkhuis, 2020.
  48. Galambos, Imre. “Composite Manuscripts in Medieval China: The Case of Scroll P.3720 from Dunhuang.” In One-Volume Libraries: Composite Manuscripts and Multiple Text Manuscripts, edited by M. Friedrich and C. Schwarke, 355–378. Berlin: de Gruyter. 2016.
  49. Galambos, Imre. “Introduction: Sir Gerard Clauson and his Skeleton Tangut Dictionary.” 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, vii–xxvi. Corpus Textorum Tangutorum 2. Portlaoise: Evertype, 2016.
  50. Galambos, Imre. “Manuscript and print in the Tangut state: The case of the Sunzi.” In Tibetan Printing: Comparison, Continuities, and Change, edited by Hildegard Diemberger, Karl Ehrhard and Peter F. Kornicki, 135–152.Leiden: Brill, 2016.
  51. Galambos, Imre. “Multiple-Text Manuscripts in Medieval China.” In The Emergence of Multiple-Text Manuscripts, edited by Alessandro Bausi, Michael Friedrich and Marilena Maniaci, 35–55. Berlin: De Gruyter, 2019.
  52. Galambos, Imre. “Premodern Punctuation and Layout.” In Literary Information in China: A History, edited by Jack W. Chen, Anatoly Detwyler, Xiao Liu, Christopher M. B. Nugent, and Bruce Rusk, 125–134. New York: Columbia University Press, 2021.
  53. Goossaert, Vincent. “1919, shijie de mori. Wusi shiqi de jiujie lunshu”《1919, 世界的末日. 五四時期的救劫論述》, translated by Bian Bingxia 卞冰夏 and Zhang Wanrong 張琬容. In Wusi yundong yu Zhongguo zongjiao de diaoshi yu fazhan 《五四運動與中國宗教的調適與發展》, edited by Lü Miaofen 呂妙芬 & Paul R. Katz 康豹, 315–336. Taipei: Academia Sinica, 2020.
  54. Goossaert, Vincent. “Animals and eschatology in the nineteenth-century discourse: Earliest Times to 1911.” In Animals Through Chinese History, edited by Roel Sterckx, Martina Siebert and Dagmar Schafer, 181–98. Cambridge: Cambridge University Press, 2019.
  55. Goossaert, Vincent. “Daolun“《導論》[Introduction]. In Daojiao yu difang zongjiao: dianfan de chongsi guoji yantaohui lunwenji 《道教與地方宗教─典範的重思國際研討會論文集》 [Daoism and Local Cults: Rethinking the Paradigms], edited by Philip Clart, Vincent Goossaert & Hsieh Shu-wei 謝世維, iii–xviii. Taipei: Center for Chinese Studies, 2020.
  56. Goossaert, Vincent. “Doing historical-anthropological fieldwork in Jiangnan: gazetteers, newspapers, and real life.” In Fieldwork in Modern Chinese History: A Research Guide, edited by Thomas David DuBois and Jan Kiely, 137–43. London: Routledge, 2020.
  57. Goossaert, Vincent. “For a history of religious ideas in modern and contemporary China.” In Concepts and methods for the study of Chinese religions, edited by André Laliberté and Stefania Travagnin, 231–49. State of the field and disciplinary approaches, volume 1. Berlin: De Gruyter, 2019.
  58. Goossaert, Vincent. “Competing Eschatological Scenarios during the Taiping War, 1851–1864.” Essay. In The End(s) of Time(s): Apocalypticism, Messianism, and Utopianism through the Ages, edited by Hans-Christian Lehner, 269–306. Leiden: Brill, 2021.
  59. Goossaert, Vincent. “Guerre, Violence et Eschatologie. Interprétations Religieuses de la Guerre des Taiping (1851-1864).” In Guerre et Religion, edited by Jean Baechler, 81–94. Paris: Hermann, 2016.
  60. Goossaert, Vincent. “Kindai Kônan ni okeru San Bôkun” 近代江南における三茅君. Translated by Mori Yuria. In Dôkyô no seichi to chihôshin 道教の聖地と地方神 [Daoist Sacred Sites and Local Gods], edited by Vincent Goossaert and Masaaki Tsuchiya 土屋昌明, 19–47. Tokyo: Toho shoten 東方書店, 2016.
  61. Goossaert, Vincent. “Taoists, 1644-1850.” In Cambridge History of China Volume 9: Part 2: The Ch’ing Dynasty to 1800, edited by Willard J. Peterson, 412–457. Cambridge, Cambridge University Press, 2016.
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  146. Wu, Jiang. “Performing Authenticity: Li Zhi, Buddhism, and the Rise of Textual Spirituality,” In The Objectionable Li Zhi: Fiction, Syncretism, and Dissent in Late Ming China, edited by Rivi Handler-Spitz, Pauline Lee, and Haun Saussy, 164-184. Seattle: University of Washington Press, 2020.
  147. Wu, Jiang. “A Greater Vehicle to the Other Shore: Chinese Chan Buddhism and the Sino-Japanese Trade in the Seventeenth Century.” In Creating the World of Chan/Son/Zen: Chinese Chan Buddhism and its spread throughout East Asia, edited by Albert Welter, Steven Heine, and Jin Y. Park, 69–94. Albany: SUNY Press, 2022.
  148. Wu, Jiang. “A Greater Vehicle to the Other Shore: Chinese Chan Buddhism and the Sino-Japanese Trade in the Seventeenth Century.” In Creating the World of Chan/Son/Zen: Chinese Chan Buddhism and its spread throughout East Asia, edited by Albert Welter, Steven Heine, and Jin Y. Park, 69–94. Albany: SUNY Press, 2022.
  149. Wu, Jiang. “Introduction: Exploring Regional Religious Systems (RRS): Theoretical and Methodological Considerations.” In The Formation of Regional Religious Systems in Greater China, edited by Jiang Wu, 1–32. Abingdon, Oxon: Routledge, 2022.

Conference Publications

  1. Benn, James Alexander. “The Inner World of a Self-immolator?” Paper presented at Conference on Individuals and their Inner Worlds in Chinese Religious Life, INALCO, Paris, June 9–10, 2022.
  2. Benn, James Alexander. “Lengyan jing: Chinese Buddhist Apocryphon, or late Mahāyāna Sutra?” Paper presented at Conference on Currents and Countercurrents in Sinitic Buddhism: Celebrating the Career and Contributions of Professor Robert E. Buswell Jr., UCLA, Los Angeles, CA, June 24–25, 2022.
  3. Bingenheimer, Marcus. “Distinguishing two stages in the Late Ming Buddhist revival: a social network approach.” Presented at the University of British Columbia Religions and Local Society Conference, Vancouver, August 12, 2022. (Online)
  4. Bingenheimer, Marcus. “Machine Translation and Buddhist Studies – First Results.” Paper presented at The Digital Orientalist Conference Infrastructures, June 25, 2022. (Online)
  5. Bingenheimer, Marcus, and Sebastian Nehrdich. “The Uncertain Future of Buddhist (machine) Translation.” Paper presented at PNC 2022 Annual Conference, Tucson, AZ, September 17, 2022. (Online)
  6. Bingenheimer, Marcus. “Using the historical social network of Chinese Buddhism in Gephi.” Paper presented at Workshop on the Perspectives of Digital Humanities in the Field of Buddhist Studies, University of Hamburg, Hamburg, January 12–14, 2023.
  7. Galambos, Imre. “Cambridge 2019 Dunhuang Studies Conference.” Conference, primarily funded by Glorisun, Cambridge, April 17, 2019.
  8. Galambos, Imre. “Paris-Cambridge-Hamburg Graduate Student Conference on Chinese Manuscript Culture.” Primarily funded by Glorisun, Paris, January 13, 2020.
  9. Galambos, Imre. “Zhejiang University-Cambridge University Doctoral Forum: Silk Road and Dunhuang Studies – 浙江大學-劍橋大學博士生論壇:絲綢之路與敦煌研究.” Forum, funded by Glorisun, Hangzhou, December 14, 2019.
  10. Goossaert, Vincent. “Culture religieuse et représentation de l’autre en science-fiction et fantastique.” Paper presented at the Conference on Science-fiction, Religions, Théologies, Lille, June 10–11, 2022.
  11. Goossaert, Vincent. “Daoism.” Paper presented at the International Forum on Today Religions, Rome, March 1–3, 2023.
  12. Goossaert, Vincent. “Discourses on good and bad religion, China, 1860–1910.” Paper presented at the Symposium on Superstitions, Taipei, January 13–14, 2023.
  13. Goossaert, Vincent. “Discourses on good and bad religion, China, 1860–1910.” Paper presented at the Symposium on Superstitions, September 16–17, 2022. (Online).
  14. Goossaert, Vincent. “Jindai Beijing de zongjiao yin jing wenhua” 近代北京的宗教印經文化 [Sutra-Printing Culture in Modern Beijing]. Paper presented at the Symposium 人居日下:明清宮廷與北京道教學術論壇, Beijing and online, September 24, 2022.
  15. Goossaert, Vincent. “Le jeûne dans l’histoire religieuse chinoise.” Paper presented at the “Le jeûne dans les monothéismes” cycle, Université de Lille, Lille, France, February 7, 2019.
  16. Goossaert, Vincent. “Learning from the Gods in Late Imperial China.” Paper presented at CAS-E Inaugural Conference, Erlangen, December 8–10, 2022.
  17. Goossaert, Vincent. “Les hagiographies taoïstes comme manuel d’apprentissage.” Paper presented at the Conference on Culture de soi et transcendance. Pérégrinations des imaginaires du xiuzhen/shenhua des légendes chinoises à la web-littérature mondialeParis, June 25, 2022. (Online)
  18. Goossaert, Vincent. “Les sciences sociales du religieux en Chine: contraintes institutionnelles et lieux d’innovation.” Paper presented at the Conference on Construire, déconstruire, reconstruire les sciences sociales. Réfléchir les défis du religieux, Paris, October 12–14, 2022.
  19. Goossaert, Vincent. “Spiritual Exercises, Preparation for Death and Self-Divinization among Qing Scholars.” Paper presented at the Conference on Individuals and their Inner Worlds in Chinese Religious Life, Paris, June 9–10, 2022.
  20. Goossaert, Vincent. “Spirit-writing records as an archive of spiritual knowledge and conversations in late imperial China.” Paper presented at the Symposium on Premodern Chinese Literature as an Archive of Vernacular Knowledge and Everyday Life Culture, June 2–4, 2022. (Online)
  21. Goossaert, Vincent. “A Typology of Religious Discourses around Food and Drink in Modern China.” Paper presented at the Symposium on Nourishing Values, Feeding Differences, (Religious) Foodways Compared, Leipzig, March 2–4, 2023.
  22. Heller, Natasha. Paper presented at the Conference on The Making and Unmaking of Home: Gender and Ritual in Chinese Religions, Past and Present. Elling Eide Center, Sarasota, FL, April 20–23, 2023.
  23. Jia, Jinhua. “Classical Confucian Concept of the Relationship between Yi and Li and Its Inspiration to the Modern Way of Business.” Paper presented at the Conference on the Way of Business and Culture at Hang Seng Management College, Hong Kong, July 2018.
  24. Jia, Jinhua 賈晉華, and Liu Gonghuang 劉恭煌. 雪峰祖庭的創立及其在禪宗史上的意義. 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, 1025–1023. Beijing: Zongjiao wenhua chubanshe 宗教文化出版社, 2016.
  25. Jia, Jinhua. “Jidu Temple: The Legacy of Traditional Chinese State Sacrifice to River Spirits.” Paper presented at International Symposium on Authenticity and Representation: Case Studies on Yuanmingyuan and Others at Hong Kong Polytechnic University, Hong Kong, March 13, 2018.
  26. Jia, Jinhua. “Li Zehou on the Distinction and Interaction of Ethics and Morality.” Paper presented at Remembering Li Zehou: A Commemorative Conference, University of Ljubljana, Ljubljana, November 2, 2022.
  27. Jia, Jinhua. “New Examination on the Controversy over the Translation and Authenticity of the Śūraṃgama-sūtra” 楞嚴經傳譯及真僞之爭新考論. Paper presented at 中國社會科學論壇(2022宗教學) [Chinese Social Science Forum: 2022 Religious Studies], 中國社會科學院 [Chinese Academy of Social Science], Beijing, September 17–18, 2022.
  28. Jia, Jinhua. “The Unification and Separation of Yi and Yi in Early Ritual Culture 義和儀在早期禮文化發展中的合一和分離.” Paper presented at the International Conference on Ritual Studies and Traditional Chinese Culture at Wuhan University, Wuhan, China, November 2018.
  29. Keyworth, G.A. “Sinitic Buddhist Librarianship during the Eleventh Century: On Scholasticism and Cataloging in China, Korea, and Japan.” Paper presented at Conference on Currents and Countercurrents in Sinitic Buddhism: Celebrating the Career and Contributions of Professor Robert E. Buswell, Jr., UCLA, June 23–25, 2022.
  30. Keyworth, G.A. “What Can Premodern Japanese Buddhist Sacred Transmitted Documents (shōgyō) and the Librarians Who Kept Them at Amanosan Kongōji Tell Us About the Majority of the Buddhist Documents Preserved in the Library Cave at Dunhuang?” Invited conference speech at 2023 Pre-modern Japanese Religion Workshop (PJRW) “Text and Image as Receptacles: New Perspectives on China-Japan Buddhist Exchange,” via Zoom, February 4–5, 2023.
  31. Kim, Jongmyung. “Han’guk Pulgyo ŭirye yŏn’gu ŭi hyŏnjae wa mirae” [The Present and Future of Research on Buddhist Rituals in Korea]. Publication presented at the Spring Conference of Korean Association for Buddhist Studies, 15–22. Seoul, Chogye Monastery, April 24, 2020.
  32. Kim, Youn-mi. “From Dirty Clothes to Substitute Body Reuse of Used Clothing in the Image-Making Tradition of Korea.” Conference at Annual Conference of the College Art Association, New York, NY, February 2019.
  33. Kim, Youn-mi. “Virtual Pilgrimage through Material Agency in Medieval Buddhism.” Publication presented at International Medieval Congress, University of Leeds, United Kingdom, July 2019.
  34. Liu Yi 劉屹. “Cong sichou zhi lu dao shuji zhī lu——zhongya yu dongya de shangye, yishu yu shuji jiaotōng wangluo” 從絲綢之路到書籍之路——中亞與東亞的商業、藝術與書籍交通網絡 [From the Silk to the Book Road(s)—Networks of Commerce, Artifacts, and Books Between Central and East Asia]. Paper presented at 國際學術研討會, University of California, Berkeley, September 2018.
  35. Liu Yi 劉屹. “Cong Zhou She dao Li Bai: Shang Yunle de yishu yu zongjiao mailuo zai jiedu” 從周舍到李白: 上雲樂的藝術與宗教脈絡再解讀 [From Zhou She to Li Bai: Reinterpretation of Shang Yunle’s Art and Religion]. In Mingyue tianshan—“Li Bai yu sichou zhi lu guoji xueshu yantao hui” lunwen ji 明月天山——“李白與絲綢之路國際學術研討會”論文集 [Mingyuetian Mountain–Li Bai on the Silk Road International Symposium], edited by Zhu Yuxi朱玉麒and Zhou Shan周珊, 44–58. Beijing: National Library Press 國家圖書館出版社, 2018.
  36. Liu Yi 劉屹. “Xiangmo de yousi—Xiangfa jueyi jing yanjiu zhi yi” 像末的憂思—〈像法決疑經〉硏究之一. In Si chou zhi lu yu Xinjiang chu tu wen xian—Lüshun bo wu guan bai nian ji nian guo ji xue shu yan tao hui lun wen ji 絲綢之路與新疆出土文獻——旅順博物館百年紀念國際學術研討會論文集 [Silk Road and Documents Unearthed in Xinjiang—Proceedings of the 100th Anniversary of Lüshun Museum], edited by Wang Zhenfen 王振芬and Rong Xinjiang荣新江, 209–29. Beijing: Zhonghua Publishing House中華書局, 2019.
  37. Lowe, Bryan. “Following the Paper Trail along the Silk Road: East Asian Buddhism as Shared Manuscript Cultures.” Paper presented at Connecting Dunhuang: Sites, Art, and Ideas along the Silk Road(s) Workshop, Tang Center, Princeton University, Princeton, April 23, 2022.
  38. Lowe, Bryan. “The Ignored Archive: Japan’s Shōsōin in a Comparative Perspective.” Paper presented at Medieval Academy of America Annual Meeting, February 23, 2023.
  39. Lowe, Bryan. “Localized Readings: Buddhist Textual Production and Interpretation from Ancient Japan.” Paper presented at 19th Congress of the International Association of Buddhist Studies, August 16, 2022 (postponed from 2020 due to COVID-19).
  40. Lowe, Bryan. “The Promise and Perils of Movement: Mobile Preachers and the Study of Eighth- and Ninth-century Japanese Buddhism.” Paper presented at American Academy of Religion, November 21, 2022.
  41. Lowe, Bryan. “Ritual Productivity: Bureaucratic Scriptoria in Ancient Japan.” Paper presented at Office Supplies: A Conference on the Material History of Writing, University of Pittsburgh, Pittsburgh, February 25, 2023.
  42. McBride, Richard D., II. “How Did Xuanzang Understand Dhāraṇī?  A View from His Translations.”  In From Chang’an to Nālandā:  The Life and Legacy of the Chinese Buddhist Monk Xuanzang (602?–664).  Proceedings of the First International Conference on Xuanzang and Silk Road Culture, edited by Shi Ciguang, Chen Jinhua, Ji Yun, and Shi Xingding, 220–249.  Singapore:  World Scholastic Publishers, 2020.
  43. McBride, Richard D., II. “Yitian, Jingyuan ji chanfa yu Bei Song Huayanzong de fuxing” 《義天、 淨源及懺法與北宋華嚴宗的復興》[Ŭich’ŏn, Jingyuan, and Repentance Rites and the Revival of the Huayan School in the Northern Song]. In Qingliangshan, Huayan jing yu Wenshu xinyang: Di san jie Wutaishan xinyang guoji xueshu yantaohui lunwenji 《清涼山、《華嚴經》與文殊信仰:  第三屆五臺山信仰國際學術研討會論文集》 [Mt. Qingliang, the Avataṃsaka-sūtra, and the Mañjuśrī Cult:  Proceedings of the Third International Conference on the Cult of Mt. Wutai], edited by Shi Miaojiang 釋妙江, Chen Jinhua 陳金華, Ji Yun 紀贇, Shi Kuanguang 釋寬廣, and Shi Fohu 釋佛護, 557–593.  Singapore:  World Scholastic, 2020.
  44. Rusk, Bruce. “Oversees Overseas: Imperial Persons and Circulating Things in Some Ming-Qing Worlds.” Paper presented at Image Object Sites Conference, the University of British Columbia, Vancouver, December 7-9, 2022.
  45. Sharf, Robert. “In Defense of a New Perennialism.” Paper presented at the Conference on Comparative Mysticism, Departments of Classics and Comparative Literature, Princeton University, Princeton, May 21, 2022.
  46. Sharf, Robert. Paper presented at the Conference on the (Middle) Way Ahead: New Directions in Indian Philosophy, Department of Religious Studies, Yale University, New Haven, March 31, 2023.
  47. Sheng Kai 聖凱. “Early Chan Precepts of Collective Living and ‘Separate Houses’ of Separate Living.” Paper presented at the Conference on Religion and Local Society in Historical, Comparative and Theoretical Perspectives: A Tribute to the Retirement of Professor Bu Zhengmin, University of British Columbia and Fudan University, online, August 13–14, 2022.
  48. Sheng Kai 聖凱. “Fojiao guannianshi yu shehuishi de fangfalun yiyi” 佛教觀念史與社會史的方法論意義 [The Methodological Significance of the History of Buddhist Ideas and Social History]. Paper presented at the 中國學術傳統與本土話語體系建構高端論壇 [Conference on Chinese Academic Tradition and the Making of Local Discourse System], 南京大學 Nanjing University, Nanjing, July 16, 2022.
  49. Sheng Kai 聖凱. “Fojiao Zhongguohua yu xiandaihua” 佛教中國化與現代化 [Sinicization and Modernization of Buddhism]. Paper presented at the 新時代佛教中國化九華山高峰論壇 [Conference on Sinicization of Buddhism in the New Age], 中央社會主義學院、池州市九華山佛教協會 Central Institute of Socialism and the Jiuhua Mountain Buddhist Association in Chizhou City, July 30–31, 2022.
  50. Sheng Kai 聖凱. “Jicheng, jieshi yu chuangxin: Fojiao Zhongguohua de fangfalun” 繼承、解釋與創新:佛教中國化的方法論 [Inheritance, Interpretation, and Innovation: Methodology of the Sinicization of Buddhism]. Paper presented at 第二屆佛教中國化的歷史與經驗學術研討會 [The Second Symposium on the History and Experience of the Sinicization of Buddhism], 中央社會主義學院 Central Institute of Socialism, Beijing, December 23, 2022.
  51. Sheng Kai 聖凱. “Renjian Fojiao sixiang tixi de san da yaosu yu wenti yishi: Rencai, jiaofa, zhengfa” 人間佛教思想體系的三大要素與問題意識—人才、教法、證法 [Talents, Teachings, and Attainments: Three Elements and the Problem Awareness of the Thought System of Humanistic Buddhism]. Paper presented at 2022年人間佛教思想建設研討會 [Seminar on the Construction of Humanistic Buddhist Thought in 2022], 中國佛教協會 Buddhist Association of China, Beijing, December 28, 2022.
  52. Sheng Kai 聖凱. “The Right Dharma and the End of Dharma: The Idea of the End of Dharma in Tang Dynasty Chan.” Paper presented at the Conference on The Dharma-Ending Age: The Climate Crisis through the Lens of Buddhist Eschatology, Past and Present, Yin-Cheng Network and University of British Columbia, Vancouver, October 7–9, 2022.
  53. Sheng Kai 聖凱. “Weijin Nanbeichao shiqi yilishijie de gejie xianxiang” 魏晉南北朝時期“以禮釋戒”的“格戒”現象 [The Phenomenon of “Gejie” in “the Ritual Interpretation of Percepts” during the Northern and Southern Dynasties of the Wei-Jin period]. Paper presented at the 新雅古典學工作坊:神觀念與早期中國思想 [Conference on the Idea of God and Early Chinese Thoughts], 清華大學 Tsinghua University, Beijing, June 11, 2022.
  54. Sheng Kai 聖凱. “Zaoqi Chanxixu jiti shenghuo de jielu yu duju shenghuo” 早期禪修集體生活的戒律與獨居生活的“獨室” [Early Chan Precepts of Collective Living and ‘Separate Houses’ of Separate Living]. Paper presented at 中國社會科學論壇(2022宗教學) [Chinese Social Science Conference (2022 Religious Studies)], 中國社會科學院 Chinese Academy of Social Sciences, Beijing, September 18, 2022.
  55. Sheng Kai 聖凱. “Zhao Puchu de zongjiaoguan yu Zhongguo tese shehuizhuyi zongjiao lilun” 趙樸初的宗教觀與中國特色社會主義宗教理論 [Zhao Puchu’s Religious View and Socialist Religious Theory with Chinese Characteristics]. Paper presented at the 宗教中國化與馬克思主義宗教學學科建設學術研討會 [Conference on Sinicization of Religion and the Construction of Marxist Religious Studies], 中央社會主義學院 Central Institute of Socialism, Beijing, September 21, 2022.
  56. Wang, Eugene. “Cloisonné-enamel Pagodas in the Forbidden City.” Paper presented at Site and Sight: Chinese Pagoda, CAMLab International Conference, November 15-16, 2019.
  57. Wang, Eugene. “Why Decorate Caves with Meditation Scenes? Paper presented at Buddhist Geoaesthetics, Brown University, 2019.
  58. Wang, Eugene. “Meditation Theater: The Qianlong Garden in the Forbidden City.” Paper presented at the 2019 China-US-Canada Buddhist Forum. October 11, 2019.
  59. Wang, Michelle C. “Humans of Buddhist Studies.” with Susan Andrews. Panel at Fostering Diversity in the Study of Asian Religions: Foundation Support for Doctoral Study, Fellowships, and Teaching Positions, chaired by Natasha Heller and Stephen F. Teiser, American Academy of Religion Annual Meeting, San Diego, November 23-26, 2019.
  60. Wang, Michelle C. “The Cross-Cultural Transmission of Mahāmayūrī Imagery on the Silk Road.” Publication presented at International Conference on Dunhuang Studies 2019, University of Cambridge, UK, April 17-18, 2019.
  61. Wang, Michelle C. “Photography, Architectural Ruins, and the Silk Road Imaginaire.” Paper presented at Connecting Dunhuang: Sites, Art, and Ideas along the Silk Road(s) Conference, Princeton University, Princeton, April 22–23, 2022.
  62. Wang, Michelle C, and Imre Galambos. “The Tang-Song Transition as Reflected in the Donors of Dunhuang.” Paper presented at Conference on Tang-Song Transitions, Princeton University, Princeton, June 16–18, 2022.
  63. Wu, Jiang. “Fojiao yu Meiguo daxue de renwen jiaoyu gaige” 《佛教與美國大學的人文教育改革》 [Buddhism and the Humanities Education Reform in American Universities]. Proceedings of the Buddhism and Education Conference in 2019, ed. Jinhua Chen, Publisher, unknown. Accepted and scheduled for publication.
  64. Wu Jiang 吳疆. “Fojiao yu Meiguo daxue de renwen jiaoyu gaige” 佛教與美國大學的人文教育改革 [Buddhism and the Humanities Education Reform in American Universities]. Paper presented at 2022佛光山大學校長論坛 [2022 FGS University President Forum], Nov. 5–6, 2022. (Online)
  65. Wu, Jiang. “Hewei jingjie? Shilun xiandai zhongguo sixiangjie Zhong dui rujia jingshenxing de dingyi” 《何謂境界?試論現代中國思想界中對儒家精神性的定義》[What is Jingjie? Defining Confucian Spirituality in the Modern Chinese Intellectual Context]. In Ruxue disan qi de renwen jingshen: Tu Weiming xiansheng bashi shouqing wenji儒學第三期的人文精神:杜維明先生八十壽慶文集》, translated by Chen Zhipin, edited by Chen Lai 陳來, 103–25. Beijing: Renmin chubanshe, 2019. (Originally published in Monumenta Serica 50, 441-462. 2002.)
  66. Wu, Jiang. “Mārga and the Way: The Meaning of the Term ‘Dao-learners (Xuedaoren 學道人)’ in Huangbo Xiyun’s 黃檗希運 Chuanxin fayao 傳心法要 (Essential Meaning of Mind Transmission)” 学道人は誰なのか?ー黄檗希運『伝心法要』における「学道人」の用法と意味. The Third Group Meeting of the Zen Seminar at Kyoto University Center for Humanities京都大学人文科学研究所共同研究禅研究班第三回研究会. Oct. 1, 2022. (Online). Also presented at the Conference on How Zen Became Chan: Pre-modern and Modern Representations of a Transnational East Asian Buddhist Tradition, July 29–31, 2022. (Online).
  67. Wu, Jiang. “Reading and writing as Contemplative Practices in Chan Buddhism.” Paper presented at the Conference on Ritual and Contemplative Practices in Chinese Buddhism and Daoism, Elling O. Eide Center, Sarasota, FL, March 4-5, 2022.
  68. Wu, Jiang. “Reading and writing as Contemplative Practices in Chan Buddhism.” Paper presented at the Conference on Ritual and Contemplative Practices in Chinese Buddhism and Daoism, Elling O. Eide Center, Sarasota, FL, March 4-5, 2022.


Edited Journal Issues

  1. Anderl, Christoph, and Yue Ji 越姬, eds. “國教與研究的現況與未來-中國人民大學國學院十五週年院慶.” 國學學刊 = Guoxue xuekan 3 (2021): 22–24.
  2. Bingenheimer, Marcus, Christian Wittern, and Jinhua Chen, eds. “Buddhism and Technology.” Special issue, Journal of the Japanese Association of the Digital Humanities 5-2 (2020).
  3. Chen, Jinhua, Steffen Döll, and George Keyworth, eds. “Issue 1-2.Journal of Chan Buddhism 1 (2019).
  4. Chen, Jinhua, Steffen Döll, and George Keyworth, eds. “Issue 1-2.” Journal of Chan Buddhism: East Asian and Global Perspectives 2 (2021).
  5. Copp, Paul, and Youn-mi Kim, eds. “Dhāraṇī and Mantra in Ritual, Art, and Text.” Special issue, International Journal of Buddhist Thought & Culture 30, no. 2 (2020).
  6. Döll, Steffen, and Jörg B. Quenzer, eds. “Nachrichten der Gesellschaft für Natur- und Völkerkunde Ostasiens Hamburg.Zeitschrift für Kultur und Geschichte Ost- und Südostasiens 191–195 (2015–2019).
  7. Goossaert, Vincent, and Peter van der Veer, eds. “Réguler les Pluralités Religieuses : Mondes Indiens et Chinois Comparés.” Special issue, Archives de Sciences Sociales des Religions 193 (2021). 
  8. Heirman, Ann. “Buddhist Monasticism and Lay Society.”  Special Issue, Religions (2019).
  9. Jia, Jinhua.  “Traditional Chinese State Ritual System of Sacrifice to Mountain and Water Spirits.” Religions (2021).
  10. Ohnuma, Reiko, and Barbara Ambros, eds. “Buddhist Beasts: Reflections on Animals in Asian Religions and Cultures.” Special issue, Religions 10 (2019).
  11. Robson, James, Seunghye Lee and Youn-mi Kim, eds. “Pokchang, Image Consecration in Korean Buddhism / Pokchang, Consécration des images dans le bouddhisme coréen.” Special Issue, Cahiers d’Extrême-Asie (2020).
  12. Sheng Kai 聖凱. Special Issue “Social Life History of Chinese Buddhist Monks.” Religions (ISSN 2077-1444).
  13. Shimoda, Masahiro, ed. “Issue 2.” International Journal of Buddhist Thought & Culture 31 (2021).


Entries

  1. Anderl, Christoph. “Medieval Chinese Syntax.” In Encyclopedia of Chinese Language and Linguistics, 2, edited by Rint Sybesma et al., 689–703. Leiden: Brill, 2017.
  2. Anderl, Christoph. “Miscellaneous Informal Remarks on Narrative Structures in Chinese Maitreya Accounts.” In Sun Changwu Jiaoshou Bashi Huadan Jinian Wenji 孫昌武教授八十華誕紀念文集, edited by Ning Jiayu 寧稼雨 et al., 113–43. Tianjin: Baihua wenyi chubanshe, 2016.
  3. Anderl, Christoph, Ann Heirman, and Bart Dessein. “Buddhism.” In Oxford Bibliographies in Chinese Studies, edited by Tim Wright. New York: Oxford University Press, 2018.
  4. Anderl, Christoph, and Sven Osterkamp. “Northwestern Medieval Chinese.” In Encyclopedia of Chinese Language and Linguistics, Volume 3: Men-Ser, edited by Rint Sybesma et. al, 218–29. Leiden: Brill, 2017.
  5. Balkwill, Stephanie and James Benn. “Buddhist Statecraft.” Oxford Bibliographies in Buddhism (2021).
  6. Bingenheimer, Marcus. “Yinshun.” In Brill’s Encyclopedia of Buddhism Volume II: Live, edited by Jonathan A. Silk, 795–800. Leiden: Brill, 2019.
  7. “Chounu yuanqi” 《醜女緣起》. In A Database of Medieval Chinese Texts, edited by Christoph Anderl. Ghent: Ghent University, 2021.
  8. “Haidong xinkai yin ban ji” 《海東新開印版記》. In A Database of Medieval Chinese Texts, edited by Christoph Anderl. Ghent: Ghent University, 2021.
  9. Heirman, Ann. “Buddhist Monasticism.” In Oxford Bibliographies in Chinese Studies, edited by Tim Wright. New York: Oxford University Press, 2017.
  10. Heirman, Ann. “Vinaya Rules for Monks and Nuns.” In Oxford Research Encyclopedia of Religion. Oxford University Press, 2019.
  11. Ji, Zhe. “Le bouddhisme en France.” In Données sociologiques et juridiques sur la religion en Europe et au-delà. Eurel-France, 2021.
  12. Kim, Jongmyung. “YI NŬNGHWA.” In Brill’s Encyclopedia of Buddhism Volume II: Live, edited by Jonathan A. Silk, 918–20. Leiden: Brill, 2019.
  13. Sheng Kai 聖凱. “Shedachenglun 攝大乘論.” Database of Religious History, University of British Columbia, Vancouver, 2022.
  14. “Tan fa yi ze” 《壇法儀則》. In A Database of Medieval Chinese Texts, edited by Christoph Anderl. Ghent: Ghent University, 2021.
  15. Wang, Michelle C. “Dunhuang Art.” In Oxford Research Encyclopedia of Religion, edited by John Barton et. al. Oxford: Oxford University Press, 2018.
  16. Yang, Zhaohua. “Ucchuṣma.” Brill Encyclopedia of Buddhism, vol. II, edited by Jonathan Silk. Leiden: Brill, 2019.
  17. “Zu tang ji xu” 《祖堂集序》. In A Database of Medieval Chinese Texts, edited by Christoph Anderl. Ghent: Ghent University, 2021.


Interviews

  1. Balkwill, Stephanie. “Is Buddhism Apolitical?” By Stephanie Balkwill. Ten Thousand Things Blog, September 3, 2020. http://blog.shin-ibs.edu/is-buddhism-apolitical/
  2. Galambos, Imre. Interview. Dunhuang: Edge of the World 敦煌:生而傳奇. 2021.
  3. Rusk, Bruce. “Interview for Chopmark News.” Interview by Chopmark News, August 2020.
  4. Rusk, Bruce. “Taiwan, Pre and Post-COVID-19 from the eyes of a Chinese-Literature Scholar.” Interview by TaiwanFEST Canada, September 8, 2020. https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=HgRv-nhuE6w
  5. Shahar, Meir. Interview. Buddhism and the Chinese Martial Arts. March 2022.
  6. Wang, Michelle C. “Mandalas in the Making: The Visual Culture of Esoteric Buddhism at Dunhuang.” By Natasha Heller. New Books in Buddhist Studies Podcast, July 5, 2018. http://newbooksnetwork.com/michelle-c-wang-mandalas-in-the-making-the-visual-culture-of-esoteric-buddhism-at-dunhuang-brill-2018/.
  7. Wu, Jiang. “Part 1: Master Hongyi and Hangzhou.” Interview by Raoul Birnbaum. Center for Buddhist Studies,May 6, 2020. https://cbs.arizona.edu/news/%E2%80%9Cmaster-hongyi-and-hangzhou%E2%80%9D-conversation-professor-raoul-birnbaum-part-1
  8. Wu, Jiang. “Part 2: Master Hongyi and St. Francis of Assisi.” Interview by Raoul Birnbaum. Center for Buddhist Studies,May 6, 2020. https://cbs.arizona.edu/news/%E2%80%9Cmaster-hongyi-and-st-francis-assisi%E2%80%9D-conversation-professor-raoul-birnbaum-part-2


Peer-Reviewed Journal Articles, Open Access

  1. Anderl, Christoph and Gang Yang. “Prognostication in Chinese Buddhist Historiographical Texts : The Gaoseng Zhuan and the Xu Gaoseng Zhuan.Acta Orientalia Academiae Scientiarum Hungaricae 73, no. 1 (2020): 1–45.
  2. Anderl, Christoph. “Some Reflections on the Database of Medieval Chinese Texts as a Multi-purpose Tool for Research, Teaching, and International Collaboration.Sinica venetiana 6 (2020): 341–360.
  3. Balkwill, Stephanie. “A Virtuoso Nun in the North: Situating the Earliest-known dated biography of a Buddhist nun in East Asia.Hualin International Journal of Buddhist Studies 3.2 (2020): 129–161.
  4. Balkwill, Stephanie. “A Virtuoso Nun in the North: Situating the Earliest-Known Dated Biography of a Buddhist Nun in East Asia.” Hualin International Journal of Buddhist Studies 3, no. 2 (2020): 129–61. https://doi.org/10.15239/hijbs.03.02.07.
  5.  Balkwill, Stephanie. “Translation of the Sūtra of the Unsullied Worthy Girl.” Journal of Chinese Buddhist Studies, no. 34 (July 1, 2021): 5–26.
  6. Balkwill, Stephanie. Under Review, “Lessons from Little Girls: On Body, Bodhi, and Buddhahood.” History of Religions.
  7. Bingenheimer, Marcus, Kin Cheung, Adam Valerio, and Vishma Kunu. “Chinese Religion(s): A Survey of Textbooks.” Studies in Chinese Religions 2, no.3 (2016): 315–328.
  8. Bingenheimer, Marcus. “The General and the Bodhisattva – Commander Hou Jigao Travels to Mount Putuo.Journal of Chinese Buddhist Studies 29 (2016): 129–161.
  9. Bingenheimer, Marcus. “The Historical Social Network of Chinese Buddhism.” Journal of Historical Network Research 5 (2021): 233–47. https://doi.org/10.25517/jhnr.v5i1.119.
  10. Bingenheimer, Marcus. “Miyun Yuanwu 密雲圓悟 (1567–1642) and His Impact on 17th-Century Buddhism.” Religions 14, no. 2 (2023): 248. https://doi.org/10.3390/rel14020248.
  11. Bingenheimer, Marcus, Jen-Jou Hung, Simon Wiles, and Bo-yong Zhang. “Modeling East Asian Calendars in an Open Source Authority Database.” International Journal of Humanities and Arts Computing 10, no. 2 (2016): 127–144.
  12. Bingenheimer, Marcus. “Monastic Biographies in the Ming and Qing: The Case of Shi Zhenqing 釋真清 (1537–1593).” Journal of Chinese Buddhist Studies 35, (2022): 59–107. (Refereed).
  13. Bingenheimer, Marcus. “On the Use of Historical Social Network Analysis in the Study of Chinese Buddhism: The Case of Dao’an, Huiyuan, and Kumārajīva.” Journal of the Japanese Association for Digital Humanities5, no. 2 (2020): 84–131.
  14. Bingenheimer, Marcus and Ting Shen. “The portrayal of women in the poetry of Jing’an Eight-Fingers.” Studies in Chinese Religions6 (2020): 1–22.
  15. Bingenheimer, Marcus. “Who was ‘Central’ for Chinese Buddhist History? – A Social Network Approach.” International Journal of Buddhist Thought and Culture 28, no. 2 (2018): 45–67.
  16. Bogel, Cynthea J. and Lindsey E. DeWitt, translators. “Demon Roof Tiles: A Study of the Dazaifu Type Onigawara Style I-A.” By Igata Osamu. Journal of Asian Humanities at Kyushu University (JAH-Q) 4 (2019): 109–125.
  17. 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 in Chinese Religions 2 (2016): 1–20.
  18. Chen Ming 陳明.  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  3 (2018): 49–59.
  19. Chen Ming 陳明.  汉译佛经中的天竺药名札记(一).  中医文化研究  1 (2018): 39–46.
  20. Chen Ming 陳明.  汉译佛经中的天竺药名札记(二).  中医文化研究  2 (2018): 28–34.
  21. Chen Ming 陳明.  <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 4 (2017): 55–64.
  22. Chen Ming 陳明. 唱歌的驴子’故事的来源及在亚洲的传播.  西域研究 1 (2017): 113–27.
  23. Chen Ming 陳明.  “波斯’摩尼画死狗’故事的文图源流探析.” 世界宗教研究 4 (2017): 35–62.
  24. Döll, Steffen. “Vollendende Landschaften: Zum Deutungshorizont von Bergen und Wassern, Graesern und Baeumen in Beispielen aus der setsuwa und kanshi-Literatur.” Nachrichten der Gesellschaft für Natur- und Völkerkunde Ostasiens Hamburg: Zeitschrift für Kultur und Geschichte Ost- und Südostasiens 85–89, no. 191–195 (2020): pp. 13–35.
  25. Galambos, Imre. “Confucius and Laozi at the Altar: Reconsidering a Tangut Manuscript.” Studies in Chinese Religions 2, no. 3 (2016): 237–264.
  26. 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 (2016): 497–522.
  27. Galambos, Imre. “Untying the Bonds of Hatred: Manuscripts of a Dhāraṇī from Dunhuang.International Journal of Buddhist Thought & Culture 30, no. 2 (2020): 161–191.
  28. Goossaert, Vincent. “Diversity and Elite Religiosity in Modern China: a Model.” Approaching Religion 7, no. 1 (2017): 10–20.
  29. Goossaert, Vincent. “Divine Codes, Spirit-writing, and the Ritual Foundations of Morality Books.Asia Major 33, no. 1 (2020): 1–31.
  30. Goossaert, Vincent. “Guérison, révélation et société locale : Gaochun en 1900” [Healing, revelation and local society: Gaochun in 1900]. Etudes Chinoises 38, nos. 1-2(2022): 37–64.
  31. Goossaert, Vincent. “Historians and anthropologists rethink religious diversity in China.” Extrême-Orient Extrême-Occident 45, no. 1 (2022): 15–34.
  32. Goossaert, Vincent. “La Confiance Et Le Besoin.” Impressions d’Extrême-Orient, no. 13 (December 19, 2021). https://doi.org/10.4000/ideo.2003.
  33. Goossaert, Vincent. “Ritual Techniques for Creating a Divine Persona in Late Imperial China: The Case of Daoist Law Enforcer Lord Wang.” Journal of Chinese Religions 50, no. 1 (2022): 45–76.
  34. Goossaert, Vincent. “The Social Networks of Gods in Late Imperial Spirit-writing Altars.” Religions 14, no. 2 (2023): 217.
  35. Goossaert, Vincent. “Spirit-writing Altars and Daoist Rituals in Qing Jiangnan.” Studies in Chinese Religions 8, no. 3 (2022): 385–406.
  36. Goossaert, Vincent. “The Wutong cult in the Suzhou area from the late 19th century to the present,” (with Rostislav Berezkin), Journal of Chinese Studies 中國文化研究所學報, 70, (2020): 153-202.
  37. Goossaert, Vincent 高萬桑. “Zhiliao, jiangji yu difang shehui: 1900 nian de Gaochun” 治疗、降乩与地方社会:1900年的高淳 [Healing, revelation and local society: Gaochun in 1900]. Translated by Yang Luo 罗阳. Shijie zongjiao wenhua 世界宗教文化 [The World Religions Cultures], no. 4 (2021): 144–151.
  38. Greene, Eric. “The Decline and Fall of Chinese Buddhist Literary Historical Consciousness.” Journal of the American Oriental Society 143, no. 1 (2023): 125–150.
  39. Greene, Eric. “Reading Indian Literature in Fourth-Century China: Gleanings from a Newly Available Commentary to the Oldest Chinese Translation of the Vimalakīrti Sutra.” T’oung Pao: International Journal of Chinese Studies 108, no. 1-2 (2022): 36–97.
  40. Heirman, Ann. “How to Deal with Dangerous and Annoying Animals: A Vinaya Perspective.” Religions 10, no. 113 (2019): 1–18.
  41. Heirman, Ann. “What about Rats? Buddhist Disciplinary Guidelines on Rats: Daoxuan’s Vinaya Commentaries.” Religions 12, no. 7 (2021): 508. https://doi.org/10.3390/rel12070508.
  42. 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. Zhenguan Magazine 正觀雜誌 78 (2016), 5–70.
  43. Jia, Jinhua. “Formation of the Traditional Chinese State Ritual System of Sacrifice to Mountain and Water Spirits.” Religions (Basel, Switzerland) 12, no. 5 (2021): 319.
  44. Jia, Jinhua. “From Human-Spirit Resonance to Correlative Modes: The Shaping of Chinese Correlative Thinking.” Philosophy East and West 66, no. 4 (2016): 449–474.
  45. Jia, Jinhua. “Li Zehou’s Reconception of the Classical Confucian Concepts of Autonomy and Individuality.” Asian Studies1 (2020): 59-75.
  46. Jia, Jinhua. “Study on Two Daoist Treatises of ‘Sitting in Oblivion’.” Studies in Chinese Religions 2, no.3 (2016): 265–80.
  47. Jia, Jinhua 賈晉華. “Tang Wudai leishu kao” 唐五代類書考 [Study on the Encyclopedia of Tang and Five Dynasties]. Lishi wenxian yu chuantong wenhua 歷史文獻與傳統文化 [Historical Documents and Traditional Culture] 27, (2022): 3–51.
  48. Jia, Jinhua. “Translation and Interaction: A New Examination of the Controversy over the Translation and Authenticity of the Śūraṃgama-sūtra.” Religions 13, no. 6 (2022): 474. https://doi.org/10.3390/rel13060474.
  49. Jia, Jinhua. “Writings, Emotions, and Oblations: The Religious-Ritual Origin of the Classical Confucian Conception of Cheng (Sincerity).” Religions (Basel, Switzerland) 12, no. 6 (May 2021): 382.
  50. Keyworth, George A. “Apocryphal Chinese books in the Buddhist canon at Matsuo Shintō shrine.” Studies in Chinese Religions 2, no. 3 (2016): 281–314.
  51. Keyworth, G.A. “On Bonshakuji as the Penultimate Buddhist Temple to Protect the State in Early Japanese History.” Religions 13, no. 7 (2022): 641. https://doi.org/10.3390/rel13070641.
  52. 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 44, no. 2 (2017): 161–190.
  53. Kim, Jongmyung. “Korea’s Possible Contribution to the Printing Technology in Europe: A Historical Survey.Hualin International Journal of Buddhist Studies1, no. 1 (2018): 147–188.
  54. Kim, Jongmyung. “The Chikchi and Its Positions in Fourteenth-Century Korea,” Religions (March 13,2020): 11, 26
  55. King, Ross. “The Moon Reflected in a Thousand Rivers: Literary and Linguistic Problems Wŏrinch’ŏn’gang chi kok.” Sungkyun Journal of East Asian Studies 18, no. 1 (2018): 1–42.
  56. Liu Yi 劉屹. “Anyang Baoshan Dazhusheng ku de zhulu, tacha yu yanjiu” 安陽寶山大住聖窟的著錄、踏查與研究 [Documentation, Fieldwork, and Research on the Dazhusheng (Preserving the Great Law) Cave at Mt. Baoshan, Anyang, China]. Tang yanjiu 唐研究 (Journal of Tang Studies) 26, (2021): 267–326.
  57. Liu Yi 劉屹. “Dunhuang suowei ‘Baiyifo’ wenti zhi wojian” 敦煌所謂“白衣佛”問題之我見 [On the “White-Clad Buddha” in Dunhuang]. Dunhuang Tulufan yanjiu 敦煌吐魯番研究 (Journal of the Dunhuang and Turfan Studies) 20, (2021): 43–62.
  58. Liu Yi 劉屹. “He wei ‘mofa’? Dui yixie wujie de bianxi” 何謂“末法”?——對一些誤解的辨析 [What does “End of Dharma” Mean? A Critical Discussion of Some Misunderstandings], Dunhuang yanjiu 敦煌研究 (Journal of the Dunhuang and Turfan Studies), no. 1 (2022): 33–41.
  59. Liu Yi 劉屹. “He wei mofa?” 何謂“末法”? [What does “End of Dharma” Mean?], Hualin guoji foxue xuekan 華林國際佛學學刊 (Hualin International Journal of Buddhist Studies) 4, no. 1 (2021): 39–70.
  60. Liu Yi 劉屹. “Huainian Zhao Heping laoshi” 懷念趙和平老師 [In Memory of Professor Heping Zhao], Dunhuang Tulufan yanjiu 敦煌吐魯番研究 (Journal of the Dunhuang and Turfan studies) 20, (2021): 25–28.
  61. Liu Yi 劉屹. “Mofa yu miefa: Fangshan shijing de xinyang beijing yu lishi bianqian” 末法與滅法:房山石經的信仰背景與歷史變遷 [The Ending of Dharma and the Extinction of Dharma: The Religious Belief and Historical Changes of the Fangshan Stone Canon], Lishi yanjiu 歷史研究 (Historical Research), no. 3 (2021): 77–97.
  62. Liu Yi 劉屹. “Zuoli zhi jian: Youtianwang xiang de xiezhen xing yu ruixiang hua” 坐立之間:優填王像的寫真性與瑞像化 [Sitting and Standing: The Faithful Representation and Idolization of the Imagery of King Udayana], Dunhuang Tulufan yanjiu 敦煌吐魯番研究 (Journal of the Dunhuang and Turfan Studies) 21, (2022): 1–35.
  63. Liu, Yu, Christoph Anderl, and Barth Dessein. “Seng Zhao’s  The Immutability of Things and Responses to It in the Late Ming Dynasty.Religions 11, no. 12 (2020): 679.
  64. Mai Like 麥理克 (Richard D. McBride II). “Yitianlu wei he zhongyao”《義天錄》為何重要 [Why Ŭich’ŏn’s Catalog Matters]. Translated by Jing Huang 黄璟. Songyun wenhua 宋韻文化 [Song Culture] 1, (2023): 172–187.
  65. McBride, Richard D. “Buddhist Kingship and Symbolic Architecture in Silla Korea.” International Journal of Buddhist Thought & Culture 31, no. 1 (2021): 181–215.
  66. McBride, Richard D., II. “How Did Xuanzang Understand Dhāraṇī? A View from His Translations.”  Hualin International Journal of Buddhist Studies 3, no. 1 (2020):  315–344.
  67. McBride, Richard D., II. “The Odae chinŏn (Five Great Mantras) and Dhāraṇī Collections in Premodern Korea.” Religions 14, no. 1 (2023): 8.
  68. McBride, Richard D., II. “Ŭich’ŏn, Jingyuan, and ritual repentance in the revival of Huayan Buddhism in the Northern Song period.Studies in Chinese Religions 6, no. 1 (2020):  49–80.
  69. Meeks, Lori. “Imagining Rahula in Medieval Japan: The Raun Koshiki.” Japanese Journal of Religious Studies 43, no. 1 (2016): 131–151.
  70. Mertz, Mechtild, Tazuru Suyako, Itō Shirō, and Cynthea J. Bogel. “A Group of Twelfth-Century Japanese Kami Statues and Considerations of Material Intentionality: Collaborative Research Among Wood Scientists and Art Historians.” Journal of Asian Humanities at Kyushu University, no. 7 (2022): 127–158. https://doi.org/10.5109/4843145.
  71. Nappi, Carla. “Small-Gauge Storytelling.” Mediapolis: A Journal of Cities and Culture 3, 20 (June 2016). https://www.mediapolisjournal.com/2016/06/small-gauge-storytelling/.
  72. Shahar, Meir 夏维明. “Lun Mawang de Mizong Qiyuan: Matou Mingwang yu zhongguo de Mawang (论“马王”的密宗起源:马头明王与中国的马祭)” . Zhongguo su wenhua yanjiu 中国俗文化研究 14 (December 2017).
  73. Shahar, Meir. “The Donkey in Late-Imperial and Modern North China.Asia Major 32, no. 2 (Fall 2017): 71–100.
  74. Sheng Kai. “The Relationship between Master and Apprentice and the Idea of Filial Morality in Medieval Buddhism.” Hualin International Journal of Buddhist Studies 1 (2021): 122–44.
  75. Van Cutsem, Laurent, and Christoph Anderl. “A Translation and Study of Chán Master Jìngxiū’s 淨修禪師 Preface to the Zǔtáng JÍ 祖堂集.” Religions 12, no. 11 (2021): 974. https://doi.org/10.3390/rel12110974.
  76. Wang, Michelle, Xin Wen, and Susan Whitfield. “Buddhism and Silk: Reassessing a Painted Banner from Medieval Central Asia in the Metropolitan Museum of Art.Metropolitan Museum Journal 55 (2020): 8–25.
  77. Wu, Jiang, and Robert Edward Gordon. “Buddhism and Humanities Education Reform in American Universities.” Humanities 11, no. 2 (2022), 46.
  78. Wu, Jiang. “Spatial Characteristics and the Non-Hierarchical Nature of Regional Religious Systems (RRSs).” Religions 14, no. 1 (2023): 85.
  79. Yang, Zeng. “Bukong sanzang yanjiu shuping: shiliao jiantao yu zaoqi huodong” 不空三藏研究述評— 史料檢討與早期活動  [A Critical Survey of the Scholarship on Bukong: Evaluation of the Primary Sources and Early Activities], Fojiao shi yanjiu 佛教史研究[Studies of Buddhist History] (1): 387-417.
  80. Yang, Zeng. “Bukong sanzang yanjiu shuping: yi Su Dai liangchao de huodong wei zhongxin” 不空三藏研究述評:以肅、代兩朝的活動為中心 [A Critical Survey of the Scholarship on Bukong: Activities in Suzong and Daizong’s Reigns], Fojiao wenhua yanjiu 佛教文化研究[Studies of Buddhist Culture] (4): 264-398.
  81. Yang, Zeng. “Miracles and military merit: the state’s sponsor to Bukong’s不空Buddhist enterprise,” Studies in Chinese Religions, 20 Sept. 2019.
  82. Yang, Zeng. “On Several Biographical Data of Ch’oe Ch’iwŏn 崔致遠(855-908+): With a Focus on His Family Background and Important Years,” Studies in Chinese Religions, 13 Feb. 2019
  83. Yang, Zhaohua. “From Spell to Sutra to Spirit: The Birth of an Indigenous Chinese Wisdom King Jiedi (Gate),” Religions, special issue on “The Supernatural in East Asia,” forthcoming 2023.
  84. Xu, Duoduo, Kenneth Dean, Marcus Bingenheimer and Francis Bond. “Chinese Singaporean Temples: Digital Humanities Approaches to Frequency Lists of Sponsors.” Journal of Digital Archives and Digital Humanities 數位典藏與數位人文, no. 5 (2020): 37–72.


Peer-Reviewed Journal Articles, Subscription

  1. Anderl, Christoph and Yang Gang. “Prognostication in Chinese Buddhist Historiographical Texts: The Gaoseng zhuan and the Xu Gaoseng zhuan.” Acta Orientalia Academiae Scientiarum Hungaricae 73, no. 1 (2020): 1-45. https://biblio.ugent.be/publication/8619357
  2. Anderl, Christoph, and Zeng Jianhong. “The Formation of the Copula Function of wei 为 and the Nature of the ‘wei 为 V’ Construction.” Journal of Chinese Linguistics 47, no. 1 (January 2019): 82–124.
  3. Anderl, Christoph, Zeng Jianhong, and Ann Heirman. “The formation of the kě 可 and kě yǐ 可以.” Cahiers de Linguistique Asie Orientale [Linguistic Journal of East Asia] 47, no. 2 (December 2018): 224–255.
  4. Anderl, Christoph. “Linking Khotan and Dūnhuáng: Buddhist Narratives in Text and Image.” Entangled Religions 5 (2018): 250­­–311.
  5. Anderl, Christoph. “Some References to Internal Visual Processes in Early Chán Buddhism – With an Emphasis on guān 觀 and kàn 看.Asiatische Studien 73, no. 3 (2019/2020).
  6. Anderl, Christoph. “Some References to Visualization Practices in Early Chán Buddhism withan Emphasis on Guān 觀 and Kàn 看.Asiatische Studien – Études Asiatiques (2021): 1–30.
  7. Anderl, Christoph. “Some References to Visualization Practices in Early Chán Buddhism with an Emphasis on Guān 觀 and Kàn 看.” Asiatische Studien – Études Asiatiques 74, no. 4 (2020): 853–82. https://doi.org/10.1515/asia-2018-0028.
  8. Andrews, Susan. “Gathering Medicines Among the Cypress: The Relationship between Healing and Place in the Earliest Records of Mount Wutai.” Studies in Chinese Religions 5, no. 1 (2019): 1–13.
  9. Balkwill, Stephanie, and James A Benn, eds. “Buddhist Statecraft in East Asia.” Studies on East Asian Religions 6 (2022).
  10. Balkwill, Stephanie. “Disappearing and Disappeared Daughters in Medieval Chinese Buddhism: Sūtras on Sexual Transformation and an Intervention into Their Transmission History.” History of Religions 60, no. 4 (2021): 255–86.
  11. Balkwill, Stephanie. “Why Does a Woman Need to Become a Man in Order to Become a Buddha? Past Investigations, New Leads.” In “Buddhism and Gender, A Special Volume,” edited by Jessica Starling. Special issue, Religion Compass12, no. 8 (2018).
  12. 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 3 (2016): 189–222.
  13. Bingenheimer, Marcus. “Digitization of Buddhism (Digital Humanities and Buddhist Studies).” Oxford Bibliographies in Buddhism (2021). Edited by Richard Payne.
  14. Bryson, Megan. “The Great Kingdom of Eternal Peace: Buddhist Kingship in Tenth-Century Dali.” Asia Major 32, no. 1 (2019): 87–111.
  15. Chen, Jinhua. “A Chemical ‘Explosion’ Triggered by an Encounter between Indian and Chinese Medical Sciences: Another Look at the Significances of the Sinhalese Monk Śākyamitra’s (567?–668+) Visit at Mount Wutai in 667.” Studies in Chinese Religions 3 (2018): 261–276.
  16. Chen, Jinhua. “The ‘Biography’ of a Buddha Image: The Transformation of the Lore for a Stone Image of Maitreya in Shicheng,” Studies in Chinese Religions 4 (2017): 307–349.
  17. 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]. In Fojiao wenxian yanjiu佛教文獻研究 [Study on Buddhist Texts] 1 (2016): 111–165.
  18. Chen, Jinhua. “Dongya zongjiao duo mei zhi ziliao yu kua xueke yanjiu chuyi” 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 , no. 8 (2016): 62–67.
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  114. Shimoda, Masahiro, and K. Nagasaki. “Possibilities of Utilization of Digital Archives through Open Movements: Collaboration for the Humanities: A Case Study of IIIF Manifests for Buddhist Studies.” Information Processing Society of Japan, Symposium Series (2018): 389–94.
  115. Shimoda, Masahiro, and Y. Watanabe et al. “Development of a Text Search System for Pali Text Society’s Edition of Pali Text.” Information Processing Society of Japan: Computing and Humanities 4 (2020): 1–4.
  116. Shimoda, Masahiro, and Y. Watanabe et al. “Structural Description for the Taisho Tripiṭaka.” Information Processing Society of Japan, Symposium Series (2020): 61–66.
  117. Shimoda, Masahiro, Naoki Kokaze, Kiyonori Nagasaki, Makoto Gotō, Yuta Hashimoto, and A. C. Muller. “Toward a Model for Marking up Non-SI Units and Measurements.” Journal of the Text Encoding Initiative 12 (2019): 1–22.
  118. Shimoda, Masahiro. “‘East Asia as a Method of Research,’ Illustrated by an Interpretation of Japanese Edo-Period Haiku by a Western Art Historian.” International Journal of Buddhist Thought and Culture 31, no. 2 (2022): 7–12.
  119. Shimoda, Masahiro. “Buddhist Philosophy Manifested by Izutsu Toshihiko: Tathāgata Garbha Theory Reviewed from the Perspective of Comparative Philosophy.” Edited by Sawai Yoshitsugu and Kamata Shigeru. Oriental Philosophy by Izutsu Toshihiko (2018): 207–30.
  120. Shimoda, Masahiro. “Buddhist Studies Seen from the Viewpoint of Écriture: An Essay for Providing a Framework of the Study of Mahāyāna-Sutras.” Studies in Indian Philosophy and Buddhism 27 (2019): 1–51.
  121. Shimoda, Masahiro. “Comparative Thought and Digital Humanities: Overview from the Perspective of the Present Situation of Digital Humanities.” Studies in Comparative Philosophy 44 (2017): 52–57.
  122. Shimoda, Masahiro. “Emergence of Mahāyāna Buddhism: As a Question of History of Philosophy.” Edited by K. Itō. History of World Philosophies 2: Ancient Times II, Establishment of World Philosophies and Their Development (2020): 84–111.
  123. Shimoda, Masahiro. “Guest Editor’s Introduction: East Asia as a Method of Research and History Behind the Publication of This Issue.” International Journal of Buddhist Thought and Culture 31, no. 2 (2022): 7–12.
  124. Shimoda, Masahiro. “Hōnen’s Pure Land Studies as an Object of Humanities Discipline.” Journal of Pure Land Studies 55 (2018): 29–57.
  125. Shimoda, Masahiro. “Humanities Studies in the Digital Age and Chinese Studies: Towards the Development of Infrastructure and the Contribution to International Network.” Journal of the Association for the Studies of Chinese Society and Culture 34 (2019): 5–19.
  126. Shimoda, Masahiro. “Liberating Ourselves from a Linear Model of the History of Indian Buddhism: Rethinking the Concept of ‘Buddhist Canon.” Journal of Indian and Buddhist Studies 68, no. 2 (2020): 1035–43.
  127. Shimoda, Masahiro. “Reconsidering the Methodologies for the Study of Mahayana Sutras.” The Buddha’s Words and Their Interpretations (2021): 1–18.
  128. Shimoda, Masahiro. “Reconsidering the Methodologies for the Study of Mahāyāna Sūtras.” Edited by T. Inoue and I. Hamar. The Buddha’s Words and Their Interpretations (2020): 1–18.
  129. Shimoda, Masahiro. “Reviewing the Methodologies of Buddhist Studies.” Journal of Indian and Buddhist Studies 65, no. 2 (2017): 525–35.
  130. Shimoda, Masahiro. “Social Ethics of Japanese Buddhism: Seen from the Ideal of Righteous Dharma.” Japanese Journal of Religious Studies 90, no. 3 (2016): 125–29.
  131. Shimoda, Masahiro. “Some Issues Concerning the Evaluation of Buddhist Social Activities in Japan.” Journal of Nihon Buddhist Research Association 81 (2016): 155–68.
  132. Shimoda, Masahiro. “The Forefront of Buddhist Studies and Comparative Philosophy: Seen from the Viewpoint of the Linguistic Turn.” Studies in Comparative Philosophy 45 (2018): 58–63.
  133. Shimoda, Masahiro. “The Significance of Buddhist Studies in the Diversity of Digital Humanities.” Digital Humanities and Buddhism: Focussing on Data Mining and Visualization, 2018, 24–27.
  134. Shimoda, Masahiro. “The Structure of the Soteriology of Tathāgatagarbha Thought as Seen from the Perspective of Different Modes of Discourse: A Response to Critical Buddhism.” Acta Asiatica 118 (2019): 79–97.
  135. Shimoda, Masahiro. “Towards the Construction of a Common Infrastructure for CJK Ideographs in the Sinographic Cultural Sphere.” Transactions of the International Conference of Eastern Studies 61 (2016): 125–29.
  136. Shimoda, Masahiro. “Transformation of the Horizon of Scholarship and the Possibilities of Traditional Sectarian Buddhist Studies.” Edited by K. Mtoyama. Investigating Japanese Buddhism: Future of Traditional Sectarian Buddhist Studies (2018): 207–41.
  137. Teiser, Stephen. “Liao yi shanye: Zhonggu fojiao huanwen” 療以善業: 中古佛教患文 [Curing with Karma: Medieval Buddhist Liturgies for Healing]. Zhonggu Zhongguo yanjiu中古中國研究 Research on Medieval China 2 (2018): 45–71.
  138. Wu, Jiang. “Review of Steven Heine’s From Chinese Chan to Japanese Zen. History of Religion3 (February 2020).
  139. Wu, Jiang. Review of Claudia Wenzel, Yong Wang, and Lothar Ledderose (eds.). Buddhist Stone Sutras in China, Vol 3. Shandong Province (Wiesbaden: Harrassowitz, 2017), Bulletin of SOAS 82/3 (October 2019).


Presentations

  1. Adamek, Wendi. “Exploring First-Personal Process in Researcher, Therapist, and Single-Subject Modes (Ain’t Nobody Here but Us Subjects!).” Presentation at the Fourth Modern Chinese Buddhist Forum at Dharma Drum Institute of Liberal Arts, Taipei, Taiwan, January 7, 2019.
  2. Anderl, Christoph. “A New Edition and Translation of the 破魔變.” Lecture presented at Cambridge University, Cambridge, UK, January 24, 2018.
  3. Anderl, Christoph. “Aspects of Dunhuang Manuscript Studies 研究敦煌寫本幾個方面.” Lecture presented at Sichuan University, Chengdu, China, May 20, 2019.
  4. Anderl, Christoph. “Chinese Buddhist Iconography.” Workshop presented at the FROGBEAR Intensive and International Program on Buddhism at UBC, Vancouver, Canada, August 2018.
  5. Anderl, Christoph. “Dūnhuáng Buddhism and the ‘Chán Songs’” 中国俗文化研究所海外学系列讲座 [Institute for Popular Chinese Culture Studies’ Overseas Culture Lecture Series]. Lecture presented at Sichuan University, Chengdu, China, November 2018.
  6. Anderl, Christoph. “Dunhuang Manuscripts: Analysis of Linguistic and Textual Features.” Lecture series presented at the 2nd Conference on Middle Period Chinese Humanities 第二屆唐至明人文會議 at Leiden, Netherlands, September 17, 2017.
  7. Anderl, Christoph. “Dunhuang Studies in Europe – A Short Overview.” Lecture presented at Sichuan University, Chengdu, China, May 19, 2019.
  8. Anderl, Christoph. “Medieval Chinese Texts from Dunhuang: Introduction and Readings.” Intensive Course at the University of Zurich, Zurich, Switzerland, March 2018.
  9. Anderl, Christoph. “The Development of Māra Iconography in China: Continuities and Transformations. With an Emphasis on the Narrative Tableaux in Yúlín 榆林 Cave 33.” Presentation at the 18th Congress of the International Association of Buddhist Studies at University of Toronto, Toronto, Canada, August 23, 2017.
  10. Anderl, Christoph. “The Mahāsattva Jātaka in China: Continuities and Discontinuities in the Transmission of the Birth Story.” Lecture presented at “Where the Buddha was Previously Born, Seen and Heard: Transmission and Transformation of Rebirth Narratives in Art and Text within and beyond Gandhara” Conference at Royal Ontario Museum, Toronto, Canada, August 28, 2017.
  11. Anderl, Christoph. “The Mahāsattva jātaka: Continuities and Discontinuities in the Transmission of a Birth Story.” Lecture presented at the Khyentse Lecture Series at ELTE University, Budapest, Hungary, October 2018.
  12. Anderl, Christoph. “The Siddham Songs among the Dunhuang Manuscripts.” Lecture series presented at the 2nd Conference on Middle Period Chinese Humanities 第二屆唐至明人文會議 at Leiden, Netherlands, September 15, 2017.
  13. Anderl, Christoph. “The Value of Dunhuang Manuscripts for Research in Chinese Historical Linguistics.” Online lecture, December 4, 2020.
  14. Anderl, Christoph. “Typology of Predictions in the Gaoseng zhuan and the Xu gaoseng zhuan.” Lecture presented at Prophecy and Foretelling of Destiny in Buddhism, International Consortium for Research in the Humanities, University of Erlangen, Erlangen, Germany, November 19-20, 2019.
  15. Anderl, Christoph. “Vernacular Dunhuang Versions of Buddha’s Biography.” Lecture presented at Sichuan University, Chengdu, China, November 27, 2019.
  16. Anderl, Christoph. 《龍龕手鏡》中的佛教術語及異字 [Buddhist Terms and Character Variants in the Longkan shoujing].” Paper presented at the 3rd International Conference of Huayan Studies, Peking University, November 11, 2017.
  17. Anderl, Christoph. “在歐洲為何,如何成為“漢學家”的一些思想.” Lecture presented at Sichuan University, Chengdu, China, November 26, 2019.
  18. Balkwill, Stephanie. “Did Women Produce Buddhist Texts in Medieval China? And Does it Matter if they Did?” Lecture presented for Tianzhu Global Networks for Buddhism and East Asian Cultures Lecture at University of British Columbia, Vancouver, Canada, January 2020.
  19. Balkwill, Stephanie. “Did Women Produce Buddhist Texts in Medieval China? And Does it Matter if they Did?” Lecture presented at University of Regina, Regina, Canada, January 2020.
  20. Balkwill, Stephanie. “Lessons from Little Girls: On Bodies, Bodhi, and Buddhahood.” Lecture presented for Numata Lectures in Buddhist Studies at University of Calgary, Calgary, Canada, October 2019.
  21. Balkwill, Stephanie. “Studying Buddhism to Study Women: Sources, Topics, and Questions from Medieval China.” Lecture presented at Center for the Study of Religion, University of California Los Angeles, Los Angeles, USA, February 2021.
  22. Balkwill, Stephanie. “The Dalai Lama Said What?!” Lecture presented for the Feed Your Mind: Hot-Topics in Religion and Culture Lunchtime Lecture Series at The University of Winnipeg, Winnipeg, Canada, September 2019.
  23. Balkwill, Stephanie. “The Earliest Biography of a Chinese Buddhist Nun?” Presentation at the Production, Preservation and Perusal of Buddhist Epigraphy in Central and East Asia 中亞和東亞地區的佛教金石雕造、保存與研讀 at University of Oxford, Oxford, United Kingdom, August 2019.
  24. Balkwill, Stephanie. “What does the Earliest Known Biography of a Buddhist Nun in China Tell Us About Women and Religion?” Lecture presented at the Skywalk Lecture Series at Millennium Library, Winnipeg, Canada, October 2019.
  25. Benn, James Alexander. “Buddhism and the Invention of Tea Culture in Medieval China.” Lecture presented at the University of Mississippi, April 6, 2018.
  26. Benn, James Alexander. “Buddhist Self-immolation and Climate Change.” Lecture presented at Glorisun Distinguished Lecture, University of British Columbia, Vancouver, October 7, 2022.
  27. Benn, James Alexander. “Controversies in the Doctrine and Practice of Self-immolation in Medieval China.” Two-day seminar at Stanford University, Palo Alto, US, April 21-22, 2018. https://religiousstudies.stanford.edu/events/james-benn-controversies-doctrine-and-practice-self-immolation-medieval-china-0
  28. Benn, James Alexander. “Symposium on New Directions in the Study of Chan Buddhism.” Chaired at University of Mississippi, Oxford, US, April 6, 2018.
  29. Benn, James. “Is Buddhist Self-Immolation a Form of Asceticism?” Presentation for the Good – Better – Best: Asceticism and the Ways to “Perfection.” Kosmoi Conference at University of Leuven, Leuven, Belgium, October 21, 2019.
  30. Benn, James. “Meditation in the Apocryphal Śūraṃgama Sutra.” Presentation at Harvard Buddhist Studies Forum, March 1, 2021.
  31. Benn, James. “Self-immolation as Trans-cultural Buddhist Practice.” Keynote lecture presented at Normativity and Subversion in Cultures of Writing, Austrian Academy of Sciences, Vienna, Austria, December 2, 2019.
  32. Benn, James. “Spellbound: the Attempted Seduction of the Buddha’s Cousin Ānanda in the Apocryphal Scripture of the Heroic March.” Presentation at Georgetown University, Washington,United States, March 28, 2019.
  33. Bingenheimer, Marcus. “Best Practices in the Latter Days of Translation 翻譯末日 From human translation to evaluating machine translation 自人工翻譯至機器翻譯.” Workshop presented at Translation Forum 2019: Humanistic Buddhist Texts in Translation: Standards Theory and Practice, Gaoxiong, Taiwan, January 2019.
  34. Bingenheimer, Marcus. “Digital Humanities in Asia: History, Challenges, and Prospects.” Keynote lecture presented at Digital Approaches in Humanities Forum, Chulalongkorn University, Bangkok, November 19, 21022.
  35. Bingenheimer, Marcus. “Historical Network Analysis for the Study of Chinese Buddhism.” Lecture presented at Asia Research Institute, Singapore, June 27, 2019.
  36. Bingenheimer, Marcus. “Historical Social Networks in Chinese Buddhism.” Lecture presented at TEI Membership Meeting and Conference at Tokyo University, Tokyo, Japan, September 2018.
  37. Bingenheimer, Marcus. “How to use The Digital Archive of Buddhist Temple Gazetteers in the study of Chinese Buddhism.” Workshop presented at Stanford University, Palo Alto, US, April 2018.
  38. Bingenheimer, Marcus. “The Longshu Jingtuwen 龍舒淨土文.” Paper presented at Chinese Religious Text Authority (CRTA) workshop (FROGBEAR Cluster 2.3: Continuous Revelations), Paris, January 4–8, 2023.
  39. Bingenheimer, Marcus. “Minding one’s words: Chatbots, NLP and Buddhist Philosophy of Mind.” Lecture presented at Luther College Workshop, Decorah, IA, April 28, 2022.
  40. Bingenheimer, Marcus. “A network perspective on the two stages of the late Ming revival of Chinese Buddhism.” Lecture presented at Ōbaku Ingen/Lingyin Lecture Series, Arizona University, Tucson, AZ, March 13, 2023. (Online)
  41. Bingenheimer, Marcus. “Networks in Chinese Buddhist History.” Lecture presented at Symposium of Digital Humanities and Buddhism: Focusing on Data Mining and Visualization at Dongguk University, Seoul, Korea, June 2018.
  42. Bingenheimer, Marcus. “Networks in Chinese Buddhist History.” Lecture presented at Digital Humanities Asia Summit at Stanford University, Palo Alto, US, April 27–8, 2018.
  43. Bingenheimer, Marcus. “On the use of Historical GIS in the Study of Chinese Buddhism.” Lecture presented at DH 2022 Tokyo Commemorative Lecture Series, Tokyo, June 28, 2022. (Online)
  44. Bingenheimer, Marcus. “On the Use of Historical Social Network Analysis in the Study of Chinese Buddhism.” Lecture presented at Universität Bochum Workshop, Bochum, July 12–13, 2022.
  45. Bingenheimer, Marcus. “One Triangle, Two Communities, Three Bridges – The Dao’an, Huiyuan, Kumārajīva Triangle as the fountainhead of Chinese Buddhism.” Presentation at Conference Buddhism & Technology: Historical Background and Contemporary Challenges at University of British Columbia, Vancouver, Canada, September 20-22, 2019.
  46. Bingenheimer, Marcus. “Querying and Integrating SNA Data from the China Biographical Database.” Workshop presented at Association of Asian Studies (AAS), Denver, US, March 2019.
  47. Bingenheimer, Marcus. “The second phase of the Ming Buddhist revival: a social network approach to the school of Miyun Yuanwu 密雲圓悟.” Lecture presented at Text, Narrative, Experience and Practice: International Conference on Buddhist Meditation, Dharma Drum Institute of Liberal Arts, New Taipei City, December 16–18, 2022.
  48. Bingenheimer, Marcus. “Social Networks in Chinese Buddhist History.” Lecture presented at International Conference of Digital Archives and Digital Humanities at Dharma Drum Sangha University, Jinshan, Taiwan, December 19, 2018.
  49. Bingenheimer, Marcus. “Social Networks in Chinese Buddhist History.” Lecture presented at Fu Jen University, New Taipei City, Taiwan, December 17, 2018.
  50. Bingenheimer, Marcus. “The Yakṣa Saṃyukta in the Shorter Saṃyukta Āgama (T. 100).” Lecture presented at Seminar Research in the Saṃyukta Āgama, Buenos Aires, Argentina, October 2018.
  51. Bingenheimer, Marcus. “Zhuan-style Buddhist Biographies in late Imperial China.” Presentation at China-U.S.A.-Canada Buddhist Forum, New York, United States, October 11, 2019.
  52. Chen, Jinhua. “Buddhism and Technological Innovation.” Lecture presented at Department of Philsophy, Normal University of East China, Shanghai, China, May 2019.
  53. Chen, Jinhua. “Buddhist Epigraphy.” Lecture presented at Wutai International Institute of Buddhism, Xinzhou, China, June 2019.
  54. Chen, Jinhua. “Chan Buddhism & Esoteric Buddhism: New Material and Perspectives.” Lecture presented at Yunan Academy of Buddhism, Kunming, China, August 2019.
  55. Chen, Jinhua. “Gate of Dragons under the Shadow of Elephants: Sui-Tang Buddhism Glimpsed through Stone Inscriptions Excavated from Longmen.” Lecture presented at University of Oxford, Oxford, United Kingdom, August 2019.
  56. Chen, Jinhua. “Identity and Network in East Asian Buddhism.” Lecture presented at Institut national des langues et civilisations orientales (Inalco), Paris, France, July 2019.
  57. Chen, Jinhua. “Identity and Network: Yan Zhenqing and the Construction of Vinaya Lineage.” Paper presented to the International Conference, Production, Preservation and Perusal of Buddhist Epigraphy in Central and East Asia, Oxford, UK, August 2019.
  58. Chen, Jinhua. “Image, legends and Politics and the Provenance of Great Xiangguo Temple in Kaifeng.” Paper presented to the 佛教中國化的經典、教理、教儀及宗派研究高端論壇 [International Forum on the Studies of Scriptures, Doctrines, Rituals and Sects Related to the Sinification of Buddhism], Chinese Buddhist Institute Putuoshan College 普陀山佛學院, Putuoshan 普陀山 Zhejiang, China, December 22, 2019.
  59. Chen, Jinhua. “Modernization and Globalization of Chan Buddhism: Historical Background and Contemporary Perspectives.” Paper presented to the international conference on Unfolding of Modern Chan & Meditation and their Challenges in the Global Modernity at Dharma Drum Institute of Liberal Arts, New Taipei City, Taiwan, January 7-9, 2019.
  60. Chen, Jinhua. “Sectarian Strife between Shingon and Tendai Esoteric Traditions as Reflected in a 16th Century Manuscript.” Paper presented to the International Conference, From Tiantai to Hiei: Transborder and Transcultural Spread of Tiantai/Chontae/Tendai Buddhism and Its Impact on East Asian Societies, Peking University, Beijing, China, December 2019.
  61. Chen, Jinhua. “Sixue yu Sixue: Zhonggu Zhongguo yi Fosi wei zhongxin de zhishi fuyu yu chuanbo wangluo” 《寺學與私學: 中古中國以佛寺為中心的知識孵育與傳播網絡》[Monastic Learning and Private Education: The Knowledge fostering and Transmission Network Centered around Buddhist temples in Medieval China]. Paper presented to the International Conference, Between the Sacred & the Secular, from the Internal to the External: Buddhism & Education in the Pan-East Asian Context. Great Bamboo Grove Monastery 大聖竹林, Mount Wutai 五臺山, Shanxi, China. Co-organized by FROGBEAR and the Wutai Research Institute for Eastern Buddhist Culture 五臺山東方佛教文化研究院 in Shanxi, China.
  62. Chen, Jinhua. “Technology and Disaster: Buddhist Perspectives.” Paper presented to the International Conference, Buddhism and Technology: Historical Background and Contemporary Challenges, Department of Asian Studies, UBC, Vancouver, Canada, September 2019.
  63. Chen, Jinhua. “The Legacy of Empress.” Lecture presented at Faculty of Literature, University of Nanjing, Nanjing, China, April 2019.
  64. Chen, Jinhua. “The Monastic Financial and Banking System under the Rule of Emperor Liang Wudi 梁武帝 (r. 502-549): Historical Background and Contemporary Significances.” Paper presented to the 佛法與社會科學 [International Conference on Buddhism and Social Sciences], Dharma-drum Institute of Liberal Art (DILA), Taiwan, June 29-30, 2019.
  65. Chen, Jinhua. “Transmission of Buddhism in Asia: Several New Perspectives.” Lecture presented at Yunnan Academy of Buddhism, Kunming, China, December 2019.
  66. Chen, Jinhua. Presentation at “從中古到近代:寫本與跨文化”國際學術研討會 [International Symposium on “From Medieval to Pre-Modern Times: Manuscripts and Cross-Cultural Studies”], School of Foreign Languages, Peking University, Beijing, August 24-25, 2019.
  67. Chen, Jinhua. Presentation at International Conference on “Esoteric Buddhism and East Asian Society”, University of British Columbia, Vancouver, Canada, March 7-8, 2020.
  68. Chen, Ming. “A Global Perspective on Medical Manuscripts from Dunhuang and Turfan.” Speech presented at Dunhuang Studies Conference, University of Cambridge, Cambridge, UK, April 17-18, 2019.
  69. Chen, Ming. Presentation at “一帶一路’沿線地區東方文學、藝術與文化”國際學術研討會 [International Symposium on Eastern Literature, Art and Culture Along the One-Belt-One-Road Region], Sirindhorn Anthropology Center, Bangkok, Thailand, July 23-24, 2019.
  70. Chen, Ming. Presentation at “從中古到近代:寫本與跨文化”國際學術研討會 [International Symposium on “From Medieval to Pre-Modern Times: Manuscripts and Cross-Cultural Studies”], School of Foreign Languages, Peking University, Beijing, August 24-25, 2019.
  71. Copp, Paul. “Acts of Ritual Composition Evidenced in the Dunhuang Manuscripts.” Presented at the conference “Rendre un culte: The material and physical circumstances of Chinese religion in acts and objects,” University of Chicago, April 2018.
  72. Copp, Paul. “Dunhuang Vernacular Religion and the Archaeology of the Book,” paper presented at Yale University, February 2019.
  73. Copp, Paul. “Ritual Seals as Evidence for Silk Road History.” Presented to the Silk Road Studies group, Stanford University, May 2016.
  74. Copp, Paul. “Seals in Chinese Religious Practice: Metaphor and Materiality.” Paper presented at “Sealing Theories and Practices in the Ancient Near East,” the Oriental Institute, The University of Chicago, Chicago, IL, March 6, 2020.
  75. Copp, Paul. “Seals, Scrolls, and the Buddhist Ritualist’s Craft.” Presented to the Asian Studies Graduate Cluster, Northwestern University, May 2017.
  76. Copp, Paul. “The Ritualist’s Craft at Dunhuang.” Presented at the conference, “Cave Temples of Dunhuang: Art, History, and Materiality,” Getty Center, Los Angeles, May 2016.
  77. Copp, Paul. “Vernacular Religion and Ritualist’s Craft in the Dunhuang Manuscripts.” Paper presented at the International Dunhuang Conference, the University of Cambridge, UK, April 2019.
  78. Doell, Steffen. “Das Kloster in Sieben Hallen. Zur Ideengeschichte Zen-buddhistischer Klosterarchitektur” [The monastery of seven halls. On the intellectual history of Zen Buddhist monastic architecture]. Presentation at Meaning in motion. Translation, transmission and (re)contextualization Workshop, Hamburg, Germany, January 18, 2019.
  79. Doell, Steffen. “Kommentare zum Herzsutra im mittelalterlichen und frühneuzeitlichen Japan” [Commentaries on the Heart Sutra in medieval and early modern Japan]. Presentation at Premodern Japanese Literature at EKŌ-House of Japanese Culture Workshop, Düsseldorf, Germany, June 29, 2019.
  80. Doell, Steffen. “The Identity of a Tradition and the Normativity of Memory: Zen Buddhist Genealogies in Medieval East Asia.” Presentation at Genealogical Manuscripts. A Cross-Cultural Perspective Workshop, Center for the Study of Manuscript Cultures, Hamburg, Germany, December 13, 2019.
  81. Döll, Steffen and Eike Großmann. “Staging Doubt: Performing Buddhist Concepts of Illusion and Truth.” Presentation at Maimonides Center for Advanced Studies Workshop of U Hamburg, Hamburg, Germany, August 25, 2020.
  82. Friedrich, Michael and Roger Casas. “Buddhism, Knowledge and Power.” Vienna, Austria, July 11, 2017.
  83. Friedrich, Michael and Shiro Matsumoto. “On the One Vehicle Thought of the Lotus Sutra.” Talk presented at Komazawa University, Tokyo, Japan, June 28, 2017.
  84. Galambos, Imre. “Afterlife of a Poem from Dunhuang.” Presentation for the Dunhuang and Silk Road Seminar at University of Cambridge, Cambridge, England, October 29, 2020.
  85. Galambos, Imre. “Chinese Texts in a Non-Chinese Environment.” Presentation for Forum on Cultural Interaction in East Asia at Zhejiang University, Hangzhou, China, December 15, 2019.
  86. Galambos, Imre. “Claims of Ownership in Manuscripts from Dunhuang.” Presentation at The Bernhard Karlgren Seminar Series at University of Gothenburg, Gothenburg, Sweden, September 30, 2019.
  87. Galambos, Imre. “Copies of the Xiaojing in Guiyijun Dunhuang.” Presentation for Cambridge-Zhejiang University Graduate Student Workshop at Zhejiang University, Hangzhou, China, December 14, 2019.
  88. Galambos, Imre. “Handwriting competence in Dunhuang manuscripts.” Presentation at New Perspectives on Chinese Writing, Leiden University, Leiden, Netherlands, May 20, 2019.
  89. Galambos, Imre. “Moving Out of the Tibetan Period: Stein Painting 3 from Dunhuang.” Presentation at BuddhistRoad, Ruhr University Bochum, Bochum, Germany, Februrary 26, 2021.
  90. Galambos, Imre. “Ornamental Signs in Manuscripts from Khara-khoto.” Presentation at Ornamental and Structural Symbols and Highlighter Marks in Indo-Tibetan and Central-Asian Manuscript Cultures, EFEO, Paris, France, November 25, 2019.
  91. Galambos, Imre. “Poems written by students on medieval Chinese manuscripts from Dunhuang.” Presentation at Société européene pour l’Étude des Civilisations de l’Himalaya et de l’Asie Centrale, Paris, France, September 26, 2019.
  92. Galambos, Imre. “Primers and Students in Medieval China.” Presentation at the University of California at Santa Barbara, Santa Barbara, USA, April 4, 2020.
  93. Galambos, Imre. “Student Scribbles on the Verso of Dunhuang Scrolls.” Presentation for The Silk Road: Centre and Periphery at Szeged University, Szeged, Hungary, October 2, 2020.
  94. Galambos, Imre. “Students and Their Manuscripts in Ninth-Tenth Century Dunhuang.” Presentation for Stein Collections and the Silk Roads at British Museum, London, United Kingdom, February 20, 2020.
  95. Galambos, Imre. “The Codex as a New Book Form in Dunhuang.” Speech presented at Dunhuang and Cultural Contact Along the Silk Road, Library of the Hungarian Academy of Sciences, Budapest, Hungary, May 3, 2019.
  96. Galambos, Imre. “The composition of manuscript Or.8210/S.5618.” Presentation at Stein Day, British Museum, United Kingdom, April 1, 2019.
  97. Galambos, Imre. “The Ox is a Powerful Bodhisattva: A Scroll from Dunhuang.” Presentation for Transmission of Buddhism in Asia and Beyond at Princeton University, New Jersey, USA, July 4, 2020.
  98. Galambos, Imre. “The Twelve Hours: Reconstructing the Chinese Original of an Old Uighur Transcription of a Chan Text.” Presentation at China-US-Canada Buddhist Academic Symposium, New York, United States, October 11, 2019.
  99. Goossaert, Vincent. Discussant at the Symposium on Les lieux saints partagés en Asie du Sud. Interactions religieuses et relations à l’Autre, Paris, November 24–25, 2022.
  100. Goossaert, Vincent.  龍虎山張天師的起源 . Lecture presented at National Chengchi University, Taipei, Taiwan, November 21, 2018.
  101. Goossaert, Vincent.  龍虎山張天師的起源 . Lecture presented at Yuelu shuyuan, Changsha, China, June 28, 2018.
  102. Goossaert, Vincent. “Animals in Chinese morality books, 19th–20th centuries.” Presentation at the International Conference on Animals and Religion in Asia at Tel Aviv University, Tel Aviv, Israel, May 27–29, 2018.
  103. Goossaert, Vincent. “Apprendre les techniques spirituelles en Chine (17e-20e siècles), lieux et modes de la relation maître-disciple.” Seminar presented at Maîtres, spécialistes et experts en Asie: Vers une anthropologie des modes de consultation, EHESS Université Paris-Sciences-et-Lettres, March 19, 2019.
  104. Goossaert, Vincent. “Chinese Piety Books.” Lecture presented at the China Centre at Oxford University, Oxford, UK, February 13, 2019.
  105. Goossaert, Vincent. “Doing religion: spiritual techniques among late imperial Chinese literati.” Presentation at Rendre un culte: The Physical and Material Circumstances of Chinese Religion in Acts and Objects at the University of Chicago, Chicago, US, May 5–6, 2018.
  106. Goossaert, Vincent. “Eschatology and the Taiping War.” Talk presented at University of California Santa Barbara, Santa Barbara, US, April 11, 2019.
  107. Goossaert, Vincent. “From Diocese to Local Temple? A Historical Proposition on the Continuity Between the Heavenly Master Church and Modern Popular Religion.” Presentation at Daoism and Local Cults: Rethinking the Paradigms, Université de Leipzig, Leizpig, Germany, November 29–December 1, 2018.
  108. Goossaert, Vincent. “Guandi and the Taiping War 太平天國戰爭時期的關帝.” Presentation at 關公文化國際前沿論壇 , Beijing, China, June 27–28, 2018.
  109. Goossaert, Vincent. “La circulation des textes religieux en Chine moderne: tradition, révélation et révolution.” Lecture presented at the Société de Lecture at the University of Geneva, Geneva, Switzerland, March 28, 2019.
  110. Goossaert, Vincent. “Les livres de piété de la religion chinoise.” Lecture presented at the Institut Confucius at University of Geneva, Geneva, Switzerland, November 13, 2018.
  111. Goossaert, Vincent. “Maîtres célestes, les ‘papes taoïstes’? histoire et intérêt d’une comparaison osée.” Lecture presented at the at the Journée scientifique des sciences religieuses at EPHE, Paris, France, May 31, 2018.
  112. Goossaert, Vincent. “May 1919 as the end of the world (as we know it)? Chinese Eschatologies in the Republican-period Context.” Presentation at 五四運動與中國宗教的發展 , Academia Sinica, Taipei, Taiwan, November 22-28, 2018.
  113. Goossaert, Vincent. “New Sources on Late Imperial Religion: Revelation, Morality and Salvation.” Lecture presented at the Chinese History Seminar at SOAS, London, UK, May 15, 2018.
  114. Goossaert, Vincent. “Revisiting the Chinese beef taboo.” Presentation at Food and Religious Pluralisms: Comparing China and the Mediterranean World Conference at the University of Geneva, Geneva, Switzerland, September 21–22, 2018.
  115. Goossaert, Vincent. “Sanctification et divinisation, un essai de typologie.” Seminar presented at Le culte des saints en Chine (islam et taoïsme): approches historique et anthropologique at EHESS Université Paris-Sciences-et-Lettres, June 6, 2018.
  116. Goossaert, Vincent. “Suffering and Spiritual Exercises in Modern Chinese Piety Books.” Lecture presented at the ArgO-EMR seminar series: The Personification of Pain in Different Religions: Engaging with Religious Texts through Medical Anthropology at Oxford University, Oxford, UK, February 13, 2019.
  117. Goossaert, Vincent. “The Heavenly Master Institution and its production of texts.” Presentation at Text, Context, and Acts: A Symposium on Chinese Popular Religion in Practice, Rochester, US, September 29–30, 2018.
  118. Goossaert, Vincent. “The modern Chinese religious literature 近代中國的宗教經卷.” Presentation at 現代中國宗教研究工作坊, Beijing, China, June 29–30, 2018.
  119. Goossaert, Vincent. “The Origins of the Longhushan Zhang Heavenly Masters.” Lecture presented at Yale University, September 27, 2018.
  120. Goossaert, Vincent. “The Zhang Heavenly Masters: two thousand years of the Daoist state.” Lecture presented at University of California Santa Barbara, Santa Barbara, US, April 11, 2019.
  121. Greene, Eric. “Did Early Chinese Buddhists Understand their Scriptures? – What the Earliest Chinese Buddhist Commentaries Show Us.” Invited lecture presented at Ghent Center for Buddhist Studies, The University of Ghent, Ghent, May 12, 2022.
  122. Greene, Eric. “Indu yu Hanchuan zhi jian de Fojiao chanxiu” 印度與漢傳之間的佛教禪修 [Buddhist Meditation Between India and China]. Keynote speech presented at 文本、敘事、經驗與修行:佛教禪修研究國際研討會 [Texts, Narratives, Experience, and Practice: International Conference on Buddhist Meditation], 法鼓文理學院 Dharma Drum Institute of Liberal Arts, New Taipei City, December 16–17, 2022.
  123. Greene, Eric. “Text, Vision, and Ritual in the Scripture on the Contemplation of the Buddha of Immeasurable Life.” Invited presentation at the Image – Text – Reality in Buddhism Workshop: Interrelation and Internegation, University of Zürich, Zürich, May 23–25, 2022.
  124. Heirman, Ann and Chiu Tzu-Lung. “Body Movement and Sport Activities for Buddhist Nuns: A Normative Perspective from India to China.” Lecture series presented at the XVIIIth Congress of the International Association of Buddhist Studies at University of Toronto, Toronto, Canada, August 20–25, 2017.
  125. Heirman, Ann. “animals in vinayatexts; bodily care in vinaya” Workshop presented at Università degli Studi di Perugia, October 6-10, 2019.
  126. Heirman, Ann. “Bodily Care Identity in Buddhist Monastic Life of Ancient India and China: An Advancing Purity Threshold.” Lecture presented at the International Workshop The Burden of Superfluous Matters: Towards a Transcultural History of Bodily Wastes at Universität Heidelberg, Heidelberg, Germany, November 30–December 1, 2018.
  127. Heirman, Ann. “Bodily care in early Buddhist monasteries: from India to China.” Lecture presented at Università per gli Stranieri di Siena, Siena, Italy, October 11, 2019.
  128. Heirman, Ann. “Bodily Care, Clothes and Shoes from India to China.” Lecture presented at Cambridge University, Cambridge, UK, January 14, 2019.
  129. Heirman, Ann. “Body Movement and Sport Activities in monastic precepts: A Normative Perspective from India to China.” Presentation at the Conference of the UK Association for Buddhist Studies at SOAS, London, UK, July 1, 2017.
  130. Heirman, Ann. “Body Movement and Sport Activities: A Buddhist Normative Perspective from India to China.” Lecture presented at Vinaya Revival in 20th Century China and Taiwan at Fu Jen University, Taipei, Taiwan, December 20–21, 2017.
  131. Heirman, Ann. “How to deal with dangerous and annoying animals: a vinaya perspective.” Workshop presented at Buddhist Beasts: Reflections on Animals in Asia Religions and Culture at University of British Columbia, Vancouver, Canada, April 20–22, 2018.
  132. Heirman, Ann. “Insects and other annoying or dangerous creatures in Buddhist Vinaya from India to China.” Lecture presented at Universiteit Leiden, Leiden, Netherlands, March 27, 2019.
  133. Heirman, Ann. “Insects in Buddhist texts.” Workshop presented at Universität Hamburg, Hamburg, Germany, June 11–13, 2018.
  134. Heirman, Ann. “Introduction to Buddhism; Sport Activities in Buddhism.” Workshop presented at Seminar für Sinologie und Koreanistik, Universität Tübingen, Tubingen, Germany, May 1-4, 2019.
  135. Heirman, Ann. “Material Culture in Buddhist Normative Texts: From India to China.” Workshop presented at Institut national des langues et civilisations orientales, Inalco, Université Paris Sorbonne Cité, July 7-12, 2019. (Where should I indicate “Direct result of the project) An International and Intensive Program on Buddhism (https://frogbear.org/an-international-and-intensive-program-on-buddhism-at-inalco/)” & also there is no location)
  136. Heirman, Ann. “Protecting Oneself Against Animals: Vinaya From India to China.” Workshop presented at the UKABS Annual Conference: Buddhism and Material Culture, Bristol, UK, June 21–22 2018.
  137. Heirman, Ann. “Shoes in Buddhist Monasteries from India to China: Feet in Motion.” Presentation at Bewegende Körper / Bodies in Motion: Jahrestagung der Kulturwissenschaftlichen Gesellschaft (KWG) at Ghent University, Ghent, Belgium, November 16–17, 2017.
  138. Heirman, Ann. “Sleeping environment in Early Buddhism: From India to China.” Lecture presented at The Twenty-Second Conference of the European Association for Chinese Studies, Glasgow, UK, August 29–September 1, 2018.
  139. Heirman, Ann. “Sport activities for Buddhist monastics: beneficial to health, well-being and body? A vinaya perspective.” Presentation for Kent-Ghent Asian Studies Day: Health, Well-Being and the Body at Kent University, Canterbury, Glasgow, May 18, 2019.
  140. Heirman, Ann. “Sport, movement and shoes in Buddhist monasteries.” Workshop presented at Universität Hamburg, Hamburg, Germany, June 11–13, 2018.
  141. Heirman, Ann. “The Buddhist Monastic Community: How to Withdraw, How to Re-join?” Lecture series presented at The European Association of the Study of Religion Annual Conference, Leuven, Belgium, September 18–21, 2017.
  142. Heirman, Ann. “Vinaya and material culture.” Intensive seminar at Shanghai University, Shanghai, China, November 13–18, 2018.
  143. Heirman, Ann.“Sport activities for Buddhist monastics: beneficial to health, well-being and body? A vinaya perspective.” Presentation at Kent-Ghent Asian Studies Day: “Health, Well-Being and the Body”, Kent University, Canterbury, Glasgow, May 18. 2019.
  144. Heller, Natasha. “The Uneven Terrain of gender and Diversity: the View from the Humanities.” Special Guest Lecture and Debate at Ghent University, Ghent, Belgium, June 6, 2019.
  145. JI Zhe. “Buddhism in Taiwan and the global modernity.” Presentation at The 6th Forum on modern Chinese Buddhism, Taiwan University, Taiwan, December 18-19, 2020.
  146. JI Zhe. “Lay Buddhism in Modern and Contemporary China.” Presentation at Tibet-Colloquium: Facets of Buddhism, University of Bonn, Bonn, Germany, November 10, 2020.
  147. JI Zhe. “Monastic Economy in the Market with Chinese Characteristics.” Presentation at the Buddhist Studies Program, Free University of Berlin, Berlin, Germany, February 8, 2021.
  148. Zhe. “Guanyin Citta : une recherche de la légitimité politique dans la trajectoire de globalisation.” Presentation for Workshop “Appropriation politiques du religieux, appropriations religieuses du politique” at Institut Français de Recherche sur l’Asie de l’Est, France, June 26, 2020.
  149. Jia, Jinhua. “Classical Confucian Concept of Yi.” Speech presented at Shanghai Jiaotong University, Shanghai, China, May 31, 2019.
  150. Jia, Jinhua. “Hengxian and Warring States Cosmology.” Presentation for Perspectives on Early Chinese Cosmology at The Hong Kong Polytechnic University, Hung Hom, Hong Kong, August 2019.
  151. Jia, Jinhua. “The Classical Confucian Conception of Heaven’s Mandate and Human’s Destiny.” Invited speech at Duke Kunshan University, Suzhou, April 27, 2022.
  152. Jia, Jinhua. “Methodological Inspiration of New Philology.” Speech presented at City University of Macau, Macau, Macao, Febuary 27, 2019.
  153. Jia, Jinhua. “Philosophical Interpretation of Platform Sutra.” Speech presented at Sichuan University, Chengdu, China, April 24, 2019.
  154. Jia, Jinhua. “Redefining Enlightenment Experience.” Speech presented at Sun Yat-sen University, Zhuhai, China, March 25, 2019.
  155. Jia, Jinhua. “Space and Time in Warring States Cosmology.” Presentation for The Cambridge History of Early China: Twenty Years On at University of Chicago Hong Kong Campus, Hong Kong, September 2019.
  156. Jia, Jinhua. “Study on Linji Yixuan’s Life.” Paper presented at the 8th Cross-Strait Four Regions and International Conference on the Study of Buddhism, Chinese University of Hong Kong, June 24–26. 2016.
  157. Jia, Jinhua. “The Historical Development and Research Status of Jidu Sacrificial Ritual and Mount Wangwu’s Daoist Tradition.” Workshop presented at The Sacrifice to Ji River and The Daoist Tradition in Mount Wangwu, Jiyuan City, China, May 27, 2017.
  158. Jia, Jinhua. “The Source of the Chinese Conception of Deity.” Paper presented at the 10th International Conference on Daoist Studies, Taichung, Taiwan, May 26–29. 2016.
  159. Jia, Jinhua. Presentation at International Conference on Perspectives of Early Chinese Cosmology, The Hong Kong Polytechnic University, Hong Kong, August 2019.
  160. Keyworth, G. A. “How the Mount Wutai Cult Stimulated the Development of Chinese Chan in Southern China at Qingliang monasteries.” Paper presented at International Conference Manjusri in Motion: Multi-Cultural, Cross-Religious Characteristics and International Impact of the Wutai Cult, at Great Sage Monastery of the Bamboo Grove, Mount Wutai, China, July 19–22, 2016.
  161. Keyworth, G. A. “Marginalia on Buddhist Manuscripts from Dunhuang and Japan.” Invited talk at Cambridge University, Cambridge, UK, May 3, 2018.
  162. Keyworth, G. A. “On Manuscript editions of the Suvarnabhasottama-sutra from Dunhuang and Ancient Japan.” Paper presented at the International Conference on Buddhist Manuscripts and the Preservation of Manuscripts in Central and East Asia, at Cambridge University, Cambridge, UK, August 30–31, 2018.
  163. Keyworth, G.A. “Medieval Monastic Librarianship at Amanosan Kongōji; What Sacred Teachings Documents and Books (shōgyō) Tell Us We Do Not Know about the History of Medieval East Asian Buddhism.” Invited lecture presented at Research Center for World Buddhist Cultures, Ryūkoku University, Kyoto, June 9, 2022.
  164. Keyworth, G. A. “On the ‘Shinto Statues of Matsuo Shrine: Tendai Buddhist Rituals, Iconography, and Veneration in Japan and China.” Paper presented at When the Himalayas meets with the Alps: International Forum on Buddhist Art and Buddhism’s Transmission to Europe. Madrid, Spain, August 26-29, 2016.
  165. Keyworth, G. A. “On the Influence of the Longkan Shoujian 龍龕手鑒 as a Glossary on Dhāraṇī Carved in Stone (and on metal sheets) in the North Pagoda at Chaoyang and in Manuscripts from 12th Century Japan.” Paper presented at the International Conference on the Production, Preservation and Perusal of Buddhist Epigraphy in Central and East Asia, August 20–21, 2019; Oxford, UK.
  166. Keyworth, G. A. “On the Production of Manuscript Buddhist Scriptures and Canons Copied from Bonshakuji in Heian Japan.” Paper presented at Identity and Networks in Buddhism and East Asian Religions conference, at Great Sage Monastery of the Bamboo Grove, Mount Wutai, China, July 3–5, 2018.
  167. Keyworth, G. A. “On the Prominent Place of the Buddhavatamsaka-sutra in the Matsuo shrine Manuscript Buddhist Canon: Rethinking the Ritual Role of Manuscript Scriptures through Colophons.” Paper presented at New Frontiers of Huayan Studies: One Asia, Multiple Paths at Peking University, Beijing, China, November 10–13, 2017.
  168. Keyworth, G. A. “On Xuanzang and Manuscripts of the Mahaprajnaparamita-sutra at Dunhuang and in Early Japanese Buddhism.” Paper presented at the conference From Chang’an to Nalanda: The Life and Legacy of the Chinese Buddhism Monk Xuanzang (c. 602-664), Xi’an, China, August 17–19, 2018.
  169. Keyworth, G. A. “Reconsidering the Reception of Guifeng Zongmi (780–841) in Northern Song dynasty Chan Buddhist Chronicles.” Paper presented at From the Caoxi Creek to Mogao Cave: Interdisciplinary Studies of Chan Buddhism and the Dunhuang Cache from Multiple Sources and Perspectives conference at Dharma Drum Institute of Liberal Arts (DILA), Taipei, Taiwan, January 13–15, 2018.
  170. Keyworth, G. A. “Reconsidering the Reception of Guifeng Zongmi 圭峰宗密 (780-841) in Northern Song dynasty Chan Buddhist Chronicles.” Paper presented at Stone Carved Scriptures, Belief, and Religious Life: The Ideology and Medium of the Chinese Buddhist Social Life, Beijing, China, July 6–7, 2019.
  171. Keyworth, G. A. “Sustaining Tang Chinese Buddhist Rituals at Shrine-Temple Complexes (jinguji) in 12th Century Japan: On the preservation of the manuscript canon from Bonshaku temple through rituals at Matsuo shrine.” Paper presented at Chinese Buddhist Monastery & Social Spaces international conference at Lian Shan Shuang Lin Monastery, Singapore, June 19–July 2, 2018.
  172. Keyworth, G. A. “The Amanosan Kongōji edition of the Biography of Enchin by Miyoshi no Kiyoyuki: A Sacred Teachings (Shōgyō) Manuscript.” Paper presented at the International Symposium From Medieval to Pre-Modern Times: Manuscripts and Cross-Cultural Studies at Peking University, Beijing, China. August 24–25, 2019.
  173. Keyworth, G. A. “The Lute, Lyric Poetry, and Literary Arts in Chinese Chan and Japanese Zen Buddhism.” Paper presented at Creating the World of Chan/Son/Zen conference at the University of Arizona, Tucson, Arizona, March 28–30, 2018.
  174. Keyworth, G. A. “The Other Great Chinese Trepiṭaka in Japan: Faxian as Translator and Pilgrim in Medieval Japanese Manuscript Canons.” Paper presented at An International Conference: From Xianghuan To Ceylon: The Life And Legacy Of The Chinese Buddhist Monk Faxian (337-422), Taiyuan, China, March 25–27, 2017.
  175. Keyworth, G. A. “Vowing the Buddhist Canon along the Silk Road(s): A Study of Colophons to Manuscripts from Dunhuang and Ancient Japan.” Paper presented at From the Silk to the Book Road(s): Networks of Commerce, Artifacts, and Books Between Central and East Asia at the University of California, Berkeley, US, September 21–23, 2018.
  176. Keyworth, G.A. “What do East Asian Buddhists call their Books and Why?” Lecture presented at Glorisun Distinguished Lecture series, University of British Columbia, Vancouver, April 14, 2023.
  177. Keyworth, G. A. “What Enchin and Jojin Reveal about Buddhist Ritual Practices in the Jiangnan Circuit in China During the 9th and 11th Centuries.” Paper presented Famous Figures Associated with Buddhism in the Hangzhou Region at the Institute of Humanities and Foreign Languages, China Jiliang University, Hangzhou, China, May 16–19, 2019.
  178. Keyworth, G. A. “Where Linji Chan and the Huayan jing Meet: On the Huayan jing in the Essential Points of the Linji [Chan] Lineage (Linji zongzhi , X. 1234).” Paper presented at The Third International Conference On The Wutai Cult: Mount Clear and Cool and the Buddhavatamsaka Sutra: Multidisciplinary, Inter-cultural, and Interreligious Studies of the Manjusri Cult, Mount Wutai, and the Buddhavatamsaka Sutra, Great Sage Monastery of the Bamboo Grove, Mount Wutai, China, July 12–15, 2016.
  179. Keyworth, George. “Cataloging the Medieval Japanese Sacred Transmitted Documents (shōgyō 聖教) from Shinpukuji 真福寺 and Amanosan Kongōji 天野山金剛寺.” Speech sponsored by Tianzhu Global Network, presented at the Study of Buddhist Cultures at University of British Columbia, Vancouver, Canada, November 14, 2019.
  180. Keyworth, George. “Did the Silk Road(s) Extend from Dunhuang, Mount Wutai, and Chang’an to Kyoto, Japan? A Reassessment Based on Material Culture from the Temple Gate 寺門 Tendai Tradition 天台宗 of Miidera 三井寺.” Speech presented at ERC project Buddhist Road, mid-project conference: Establishing of Buddhist Nodes in Eastern Central Asia 6th to 14th c.—Part II: Visual and Material Transfer, Practices and Rituals, Beckmanns Hof, Ruhr-University Bochum, Bochum, Germany, September 16, 2019.
  181. Keyworth, George. “On Ritual Practices with Exoteric Buddhist Scriptures (kengyō 顯經) from Amanosan Kongōji天野山金剛寺 and Shinpukuji 真福寺.” Paper presented at International Conference Esoteric Buddhism and East Asian Society at University of British Columbia, Vancouer, Canada, March 7, 2020.
  182. Keyworth, George. “On the Influence of the Longkan Shoujian 龍龕手鑒 as a Glossary on Dhāraṇī Carved in Stone (and on metal sheets) in the North Pagoda at Chaoyang and in Manuscripts from 12th Century Japan.” Paper presented at the International Conference on the Production, Preservation and Perusal of Buddhist Epigraphy in Central and East Asia, Oxford, United Kingdom, August 20-21, 2019.
  183. Keyworth, George. “Reconsidering the Reception of Guifeng Zongmi 圭峰宗密 (780-841) in Northern Song dynasty Chan Buddhist Chronicles.” Presented for international Symposium on “Stone Carved Scriptures, Belief, and Religious Life: The Ideology and Medium of the Chinese Buddhist Social Life” [石刻,信仰与生活-汉传佛教社会生活的观念与载体], July 2019. (not sure of location?)
  184. Keyworth, George. “The Amanosan Kongōji edition of the Biography of Enchin by Miyoshi no Kiyoyuki: A Sacred Teachings (Shōgyō) Manuscript.” Paper presented at From Medieval to Pre-Modern Times: Manuscripts and Cross-Cultural Studies, Peking University, Beijing, China, August 25, 2019.
  185. Keyworth, George. “The Amanosan Kongōji edition of the Biography of Enchin by Miyoshi no Kiyoyuki: A Sacred Teachings (Shōgyō) Document that Chronicles the Reputation of Enchin and Miidera as the Penultimate Buddhist Temple in Medieval Japan.” Paper presented at From (Mt.) Tiantai to Hiei(zan)*: International Symposium of Tiantai Studies, Peking University, Beijing, China, December 8, 2019. *not sure why there are brackets
  186. Keyworth, George. Presentation at “從中古到近代:寫本與跨文化”國際學術研討會 [International Symposium on “From Medieval to Pre-Modern Times: Manuscripts and Cross-Cultural Studies”], School of Foreign Languages, Peking University, Beijing, August 24-25, 2019.
  187. Keyworth, George. Presentation at 石刻,信仰與生活-漢傳佛教社會生活的觀念與載體 [International Symposium on “Stone Carved Scriptures, Belief, and Religious Life: The Ideology and Medium of the Chinese Buddhist Social Life”], 雲居寺 Yunju Temple, Beijing, July 6-7, 2019.
  188. Kim, Jongmyung. “A Human Image in Modern Society and the Life of Coexistence.” Presentation at the 5th World Humanities Forum: The Images of Humanities in the Changing World, Pusan, South Korea, October 31–November 2, 2019.
  189. Kim, Jongmyung. “Han’guk Pulgyo ŭirye yŏn’gu ŭi hyŏnjae wa mirae” [The Present and Future of Research on Buddhist Rituals in Korea]. Presentation at the Spring Conference, Korean Association of Buddhist Studies, March 27, 2020.
  190. Kim, Jongmyung. “Han’guk Pulgyo ŭirye yŏn’gu ŭi hyŏnjae wa mirae” [The Present and Future of Research on Buddhist Rituals in Korea]. Presented at the Spring Conference of Korean Association for Buddhist Studies, Chogye Monastery, Seoul, Republic of Korea, April 24, 2020.
  191. Kim, Jongmyung. “Korean Buddhism: Culture and Characteristics.” Presented at 2019 VESAK, Vietnam National University, Hanoi, Vietnam, May 19-20, 2019.
  192. Kim, Jongmyung. “Kungnaeoe tahagwŏn kwajŏng Han’guk hak kyoyuk yŏn’gu pigyo” [Graduate Courses on Korean Studies in Korea and Abroad: A Comparision]. Lecture presented at Mosan Academic Association, Daegu, Republic of Korea, June 28, 2019.
  193. Kim, Jongmyung. “Pulgyo ŭirye ŭi sasang chŏk paegyŏng kwa hyŏndae Han’guk Pulgyo ŭi sŏnggyŏk” [The Ideological Underpinnings of Buddhist Rituals in Korea and the Characteristics of Modern Korean Buddhism]. Lecture presented at Sungkyungwan University, Seoul, Republic of Korea, July 16, 2019.
  194. Kim, Jongmyung. “The Chikchi and the Buddhist Circles in Fourteenth-Century Korea.” Presented at the Conference in Honor of Professor John Duncan’s Retirement, UCLA, United States, May 25, 2019.
  195. Kim, Jongmyung. “Theories and Methods of Meditation between Buddhism and Confucianism in Chosŏn Korea: A Comparison.” Presented at the International Conference on Inter-religious Meditation: Theories and Practices, Chinese University of Hong Kong, Hong Kong, July 15-16, 2019.
  196. Kim, Jongmyung. “Trends in Research on Buddhist Rituals in Korea.” Presented at the American Academy of Religion Western Region, Claremont Graduate University, Claremont, United States, March 13-15, 2020.
  197. Kim, Jongmyung. “Trends in Research on Korean Buddhist Rituals.” Presentation at the AAR Western Region Conference at Claremont Graduate School, Claremont, USA, March 13-15, 2020.
  198. Kim, Youn-mi. “Body inside Body: Used Garments and Living Statues in Korean Buddhism.” Presentation at The 5th Ewha-Yale Conference: Life, Medicine, and Religion in Korea and Southeast Asia, Yale University, New Haven, October 23, 2019.
  199. Kim, Youn-mi. “Erasing and Reshaping the Emperor’s Space: A Hybridized Avalokiteśvara Hall at Songgwang Temple.” Presentation at Korean Buddhism at the Crossroads: In Search of a New Paradigm for Early Modern and Modern Korean Buddhist Studies, Yale University, New Haven, April 19-20, 2019.
  200. Kim, Youn-mi. “The Uṣṇīṣavijayā Dhāraṇī and Pagodas of the Liao Dynasty (917–1125).” Presentation at the International Conference: Esoteric Buddhism and East Asian Society, University of British Columbia, Vancouver, Canada, March 7-8, 2020.
  201. Kim, Youn-mi. “Thieves, Monks, and “Artwork”: The Changing Fate of Icons at Local Monastery in Modernizing Korea.” University seminar at The Center for Korean Research, Columbia University, New York, October 25, 2019.
  202. Kim, Youn-mi. “Weaving the Cerebral and the Somatic: Dhāraṇī Ritual and Yingxian Timber Pagoda.” Presentation at the Site and Sight: Chinese Pagoda, CAMLab International Conference, Harvard University, November, 2019.
  203. Laffin, Christina. “Cultivating an Inclusive Japanese Literary Studies.” Presented at Association for Japanese Literary Studies, Emory University, Atlanta, Georgia, January 25, 2020.
  204. Laffin, Christina. “Disaster, Human Sacrifice, and Ishimure Michiko’s New Noh Play Okinomiya.” Lecture presented at UCLA, Los Angeles, US, February 22, 2019.
  205. Laffin, Christina. “Embodiment and Textual Interplay in Women’s Travel Writings.” Presented at International Symposium Images from the Past: Intertextuality in Japanese Premodern Literature, Ca’ Foscari University of Venice, Venice, Italy, March 9 – 10, 2020, cancelled due to pandemic.
  206. Laffin, Christina. “Evidence and the Challenge of the Humanities.” Keynote panelist for the Association for Japanese Literary Studies, September 7, 2018.
  207. Laffin, Christina. “Frogbear Current Challenges: Diversity and Knowledge Mobilization.” Presented at University of British Columbia, Vancouver, Canada, October 19, 2018.
  208. Laffin, Christina. “Internationalization of the Research Environment in the Case of Humanities” [Kokusaika suru kenkyū kankyō: jinbungaku no baai]. Presented at The 5th International Conference on Pre-modern Japanese Texts (Daigokai Nihongo no rekishiteki tenseki kokusai shūkai), National Institute of Japanese Literature, Tokyo, Japan, November 15, 2019.
  209. Laffin, Christina. “Pilgrimage, Nunhood, and the Traveling Body.” Lecture presented at Travel is Home Conference, University of Iowa, Iowa, United States, April 6, 2019.
  210. Laffin, Christina. “Re-Figuring Women of the Past in Medieval and Early Modern Japan.” Panelist for the Association for Japanese Literary Studies, September 8, 2018.
  211. Laffin, Christina. “Statemaking and Storytelling at the Margins: Travel, Contact, and Border Construction in Medieval Japanese Narrative.” Chaired at American Association of Teachers of Japanese Annual Spring Conference, March 19, 2020, cancelled due to pandemic.
  212. Laffin, Christina. “The Development of Theories and Practices in Esoteric Buddhism.” Chaired at Tianzhu Conference “The Formation of Esoteric Scriptures and Rituals,” St John’s College, UBC, March 8, 2020.
  213. Laffin, Christina. “Why Do We Study Waka?” Dōzen High School, Japan, June 15, 2018.
  214. Laffin, Christina. “Working Women in 13th-Century Japan: A Noblewoman’s Guide to Career Success.” Lecture presented at University of California, Davis, California, United States, May 22, 2019.
  215. Laffin, Christina. Organizer and host. MLA Panel Chair, “Reimagining Wartime Incarceration in East Asia.” Roundtable discussion, January 7, 2021.
  216. Laffin, Christina. Organizer and host. “Online presence and trolling in Japanese Studies.” Lecture, March 10, 2021.
  217. Laffin, Christina. Organizer and host. Erin L. Brightwell with Michael McCarty and Roberta Strippoli, “Reflecting the Past: Place, Language, and Principle in Japan’s Medieval Mirror Genre.” Virtual book launch, October 15, 2020.
  218. Laffin, Christina. Organizer and host. Fumiko Miyazaki and Kate Wildman Nakai with Jolyon Thomas (message from Mark Teeuwen), “Christian Sorcerers on Trial: Records of the 1827 Osaka Incident.” Virtual book launch, September 24, 2020.
  219. Laffin, Christina. Organizer and host. Gaye Rowley, Amy Stanley, and Marcia Yonemoto, “Narrating Women: Historical Imagination and the Writing of History.” Roundtable discussion, December 17, 2020.
  220. Laffin, Christina. Organizer and host. Jotaro Arimori and Claire Maree, “Gender and sexuality in Japanese Language Education.” Lecture series, November 10, 2020.
  221. Laffin, Christina. Organizer and host. Jotaro Arimori and Claire Maree, “Gender and sexuality in Japanese Language Education.” Lecture series, November 10, 2020.
  222. Laffin, Christina. Organizer and host. MLA Panel Chair, “The Location of Culture: Places and Spaces of the East Asian Imaginary.” Roundtable discussion, January 8, 2021.
  223. Laffin, Christina. Organizer and host. Paula Curtis, “Digital Humanities and Online Presence in Japanese Studies.” Lecture, January 29, 2021.
  224. Laffin, Christina. Organizer and host. Ryuko Kubota, “Confronting Racism in Japanese Language Education.” Lecture series, October 28, 2020.
  225. Laffin, Christina. Organizer and host. Takeshi Watanabe with Gustav Heldt and Sonja Arntzen, “Flowering Tales: Women Exorcising History in Heian Japan.” Virtual book launch, February 4, 2021.
  226. Laffin, Christina. Organizer and host. Tarin Clanuwat, “Kuzushiji and Premodern Japanese Studies: Learning Resources and Artificial Intelligence Initiatives.” Training session, July 23, 2020.
  227. Laffin, Christina.Organizer and host. Kimberly Kono and Yuri Kumagai, “Collaborative curricular initiatives.” Lecture series, November 17, 2020.
  228. Liu, Yi. “On the ‘Image of the Extinction of the Dharma’ at the Dazhushengku Cave of Baoshan.” Lecture presented at Glorisun Global Network for Buddhist Studies, University of British Columbia, Vancouver, Canada, September 19, 2019.
  229. Liu, Yi. “On the ‘Image of the Extinction of the Dharma’ at the Dazhushengku Cave of Baoshan.” Lecture presented at Glorisun Global Network for Buddhist Studies, Harvard University, Cambridge, United States, October 4, 2019.
  230. Liu, Yi. “On the ‘Image of the Extinction of the Dharma’ at the Dazhushengku Cave of Baoshan.” Lecture presented at Glorisun Global Network for Buddhist Studies, Yale University, Connecticut, United States, October 10, 2019.
  231. Liu, Yi. “The End of the Dharma in Medieval Chinese Buddhism: On the ‘Image of the Extinction of the Dharma’ at the Dazhushengku Cave of Baoshan (Henan).” Lecture presented at Glorisun Global Network for Buddhist Studies, Princeton University, New Jersey, United States, October 8, 2019.
  232. Liu, Yi. 《“惡王傳說”:“法滅故事”諸版本的時代線索》[The Legend of the Evil King”: The Clues of the Versions of “The Story of the Evil”]. Paper presented at the“絲綢之路寫本文化與多元文明”國際學術研討會 [International Symposium on “Silk Road Manuscript Culture and Multi-Civilization], 上海復旦大學 Fudan University, Shanghai, June 2019.
  233. Liu, Yi. 《“穆王五十二年佛滅說”在東亞佛教世界的影響》[The Influence of “The Fifty-two Years of King Mu” on the Buddhist World in East Asia]. Paper presented at the 漢學與東亞文化國際學術研討會 [International Symposium on Sinology and East Asian Culture],金門,金門大學,National Quemoy University, Kinmen, November 15-16, 2019.
  234. Liu, Yi. 《佛滅年代問題的舊困局與新路徑》[The Old Dilemma and New Path to the Problem of the Age of Buddha’s Demise]. Paper presented at the 中國敦煌吐魯番學會2019年度理事會 [The 2019 Council of the Dunhuang and Turpan Society of China], 杭州浙江大學 Zhejiang University, Hangzhou, May 2019.
  235. Liu, Yi. 《釋寶山大住聖窟的“法滅之相”》[The “Phase of Dharma Extinction” in the Great Residence of Shi Baoshan]. Paper presented at the 第二屆宗教藝術國際研討會 [The 2nd International Symposium on Religious Art], 成都四川大學, Sichuan University, Chengdu, October 2019.
  236. Lowe, Bryan. “Reaching the Poor and Preaching Poverty: A View of Ninth-Century.” Lecture presented at the University of Southern California, Los Angeles, January 18, 2023.
  237. McBride, Richard. “Korean Sutras on the Production of Buddhist Images: The Formation and Contents of the Josang gyeong in the Joseon Period.” Lecture presented at Sacred Dedication: A Korean Buddhist Masterpiece Symposium, Freer Gallery of Art and Arthur M. Sackler Gallery, Smithsonian Institution, and National Museum of Korea, Washington, United States, February 20–21, 2020.
  238. McBride, Richard. “Korean Sutras on the Production of Buddhist Images: The Formation and Contents of the Josang gyeong in the Joseon Period.” Lecture presented at Department of Asian and Near Eastern Languages Colloquium Series, Brigham Young University, Provo, United States, January 30, 2020.
  239. McBride, Richard. “Mount Clear and Cool and the Buddhāvataṃsaka Sūtra: Multidisciplinary, Inter-cultural, and Interreligious Studies of the Mañjuśrī Cult, Mount Wutai, and the Buddhāvataṃsaka Sūtra.” Presentation at Great Sage Monastery of Bamboo Grove, Mount Wutai, China, July 12–15, 2017.
  240. McBride, Richard. “The Memory of the Koryŏ monk Ŭich’ŏn in Tiantai Literature of the Late Southern Song.” Presented at “From Tiantai to Hiei: Transborder and Transcultural Spread of Tiantai/Cheontae/Tendai Buddhism & East Asian Societies,” sponsored by Buddhist Research Center of Peking University and From the Ground Up: Buddhism and East Asian Religions, presented at Peking University, Beijing, China, December 8, 2019.
  241. McBride, Richard. “Ŭich’ŏn, Ritual Repentance, and the Revival of Huayan Buddhism in the Northern Song Period.” Presentation at the Third International Conference on the Wutai Cult, Mount Wutai, China, July 12–15, 2017.
  242. McBride, Richard. “Why Ŭich’ŏn’s Catalog Matters.” Presented at “Stone Carved Scriptures, Belief, and Religious Life: The Ideology and Medium of Chinese Buddhist Social Life,” sponsored by From the Ground Up: Buddhism and East Asian Religions and the Institute for Ethics and Religious Studies, Tsinghua University, Anran Hotel, Beijing, China, July 6, 2019.
  243. Robson, James. “Buddhist Images Inside Out: Why Do the Contents of Statues Matter?” Keynote Address for Consecrating the Buddha: On the Practice of Interring Objects (pokchang) in Buddhist Statues Conference, Ewha Woman’s University, Seoul, Korea, August 2017.
  244. Rusk, Bruce. “Xuande dingyi pu.”Primary Text Presentation at the Taipei Classical Chinese text reading group, November, 2020.
  245. Rusk, Bruce. “Archive-Document-Object: Xuande lu in Paper and Bronze.” Presentation at Institute of History and Philology, Academia Sinica, Taiwan, June 2020.
  246. Rusk, Bruce. “Art Work: Classifying Artifacts as Official Business in Late Imperial China.” Remote presentation at the Princeton East Asia Program, March 2021.
  247. Rusk, Bruce. “Classical Commentaries.” Presented at Information in China, University of Virginia, Charlottesville, United States, May 2019.
  248. Rusk, Bruce. “Collecting data and metadata.” Presentation at FROGBEAR Cluster 2.1 Field Trip, Weifang, China, May 2018.
  249. Rusk, Bruce. “Information and Its Objects: Provenancing the Censers of the Xuande Court.” Remote presentation at Fairbank Center for Chinese Studies, Harvard University, Cambridge, USA, October 2020.
  250. Rusk, Bruce. “Jiyu wenzi: cong xunxi guanli tan wenxueshi yanjiu de xin fangxiang” 《駕馭文字: 從訊息管理談文學史研究的新方向》 [Managing Words: Literary History as a History of Praxis]. Presentation at the Dept. of History, National Taiwan University, Taipei, Taiwan, November 2020.
  251. Rusk, Bruce. “Material Culture and Community Formation: Experience of Objects through Sensory Perception.” Text reading session, artifact session, and work-in-progress sessions at National Tung-Hwa University, Hualien, Taiwan, June 2020.
  252. Rusk, Bruce.“Leafing the Fold: The Visual Space of the Xylographic Page.” Presented at Understanding Media, University of Michigan, Michigan, United States, April 2019.
  253. Rusk, Bruce. “Qihuo yiwu: cong lishi xuni he keji chuangxin tan Xuande lu” 《奇貨異物:從歷史虛擬和科技創新談宣德爐》 [Exotic Materials: Innovation and Imagination in the Creation of the Xuande Censer]. Presentation at Center for Chinese Studies, National Central Library, Taipei, Taiwan, July 2020.
  254. Rusk, Bruce. “Xuande Incense Burners.” presentation and discussion with Richmond Incense Group, February 2023.
  255. Shahar, Meir. “Chinese Animal Gods.” Online Lecture at Cornell University, October 16, 2020.
  256. Shahar, Meir. “The Divine Ox: The Draft Animal as Incarnate Deity in Chinese Religion and Literature.” Online Lecture at the Cambridge University Buddhist Seminar, December 2, 2020.
  257. Shahar, Meir. “The Indian Buddhist Origins of the Chinese Beef Taboo.” Lecture presented at Yin-Cheng Distinguished Lecture Series, University of Cambridge, Cambridge, April 11, 2023.
  258. Sharf, Robert. “Buddhist Debates on Non-conceptual Cognition.” Presentation at University of Toronto, Toronto, Canada, August 11, 2020.
  259. Sharf, Robert. “Buddhist Debates on Non-conceptual Cognition.” Presentation at University of Toronto, Toronto, Canada, August 11, 2020.
  260. Sharf, Robert. “Buddhist Modernism, Meditation, and Mindfulness Revisited.” Presentation at Hebrew University of Jerusalem, Jerusalem, Israel, June 5, 2018.
  261. Sharf, Robert. “Discussion of Esther-Maria Guggenmos’ ‘Divining towards Purity through the Sūtra on the Divination of the Effect of Good and Evil Actions—The Biography of a Ritual’”. Presented at the National Library, Taipei, Taiwan, December 13, 2018.
  262. Sharf, Robert. “Do Buddhists Believe the Moon Is Still There When Nobody Is Looking? Reflections on Realism, Anti-realism, and the Looping Structure of Buddhist Thought.” Lecture series presented at Jordan Lectures in Comparative Religion at SOAS, London, UK, May 14–18, 2018.
  263. Sharf, Robert. “Chan Buddhism Explained.” Lecture presented at Department of Transnational Asian Studies, Rice University, Houston, February 23, 2023.
  264. Sharf, Robert. “Discussion of ‘Art in the Dark.’” Lecture presented at Buddhist Road Lecture Series, Ruhr University Bochum, Bochum, November 9, 2022.
  265. Sharf, Robert. “Making Sense of Chan Cases (Zen kōan).” Lecture presented at 2019 Master Sheng Yen Lecture in Chinese Buddhism at University of Sydney, Sydney, Australia, March 2019.
  266. Sharf, Robert. “Making Sense of Chan Gong’an.” Lecture presented at Academia Sinica, Taipei, Taiwan, December 13, 2018.
  267. Sharf, Robert. “On Buddhism, Meditation, and Mindfulness.” Presentation at Dharma Drum Institute of Liberal Arts, Taipei, Taiwan, December 10, 2018.
  268. Sharf, Robert. “Sarvāstivāda, the Block Universe, and Superdeterminism.” Presentation at the conference on “Figuring the Future: Visions and Techniques” at Yale University, Department of Religious Studies, New Haven, USA, April 26-28, 2019.
  269. Sharf, Robert. “The Looping Structure of Buddhist Thought.” Lecture series presented at National Chengchi University, Taipei, Taiwan, December 10-17, 2018.
  270. Sharf, Robert. “Thinking About Not Thinking: Buddhist Theories of Consciousness and Non-conceptual Cognition.” Presentation at Università Ca’ Foscari di Venezia, Master in Yoga Studies Program, May 16, 2020.
  271. Sharf, Robert. “Thinking through Zen Koans.” Lecture presented at University of Arizona, Tucson, February 13, 2023.
  272. Sharf, Robert. “Two Truths, Dialetheism, and Chan.” Keynote presented at Indology Conference at National Chengchi University, Taipei, Taiwan, December 14, 2018.
  273. Sharf, Robert. Specialist course on Chan Buddhism. Lectures presented at Ghent University, Ghent, July 4–8, 2022.
  274. Sharf, Robert. “Upacāra and the Loop.” Presentation at Symposium on A Yogācāra Buddhist Theory of Metaphor by Roy Tzohar at Tel Aviv University, Tel Aviv, Israel, June 30, 2018.
  275. Sharf, Robert. “What Do Nanquan and Schrödinger Have Against Cats?” Presentation at Buddhist Beasts: Reflections on Animals in Asian Religions and Culture at University of British Columbia, Vancouver, Canada, April 20–22, 2018.
  276. Sheng Kai 聖凱. “Dacheng zhongguan yu Sengzhao de shejian zhexue” 大乘中觀與僧肇的時間哲學 [Mādhyamaka Buddhism and Sengzhao’s Time Philosophy]. Lecture presented at 清華大學 Tsinghua University, Beijing, April 22, 2022.
  277. Sheng Kai 聖凱. “Fojiao guannianshi yu shehuishi yanjiu fangfalun” 佛教觀念史與社會史研究方法論 [Research Methodology on the History of Buddhist Ideas and Social History]. Lecture presented at 復旦大學 Fudan University, Shanghai, May 13, 2022.
  278. Sheng Kai 聖凱. “Fojiao guannianshi yu shehuishi yanjiu fangfalun” 佛教觀念史與社會史研究方法論 [Research Methodology on the History of Buddhist Ideas and Social History]. Lecture presented at 復旦大學 Fudan University, Shanghai, May 13, 2022.
  279. Sheng Kai 聖凱. “Fojiao jiaoyu yu daxue jiaoyu” 佛教教育與大學教育 [Buddhist Education in and University Education]. Lecture presented at the 中央社會主義學院 Central Institute of Socialism, Beijing, August 25, 2022.
  280. Sheng Kai 聖凱. “Fojiao Zhongguohua de lishi jincheng, jingyan yu weilai daolu” 佛教中國化的歷史進程、經驗與未來道路 [Idea, Institution, and Life: Three Paths of Sinicization of Buddhism]. Lecture presented at the 中央社會主義學院 Central Institute of Socialism, Beijing, May 9, 2022.
  281. Sheng Kai 聖凱. “Fojiao Zhongguohua de lishi jincheng, jingyan yu weilai daolu” 佛教中國化的歷史進程、經驗與未來道路 [Idea, Institution, and Life: Three Paths of Sinicization of Buddhism]. Lecture presented at 四川大學 Sichuan University, Chengdu, November 21, 2022.
  282. Sheng, Kai. Presentation at the International Conference on “ Chinese Buddhism and Asian City Life”, Singapore, August 17-18, 2019.
  283. Sheng Kai 聖凱. “Sui Tang Fojiao zongpai xingcheng de wenmingshi yiyi” 隋唐佛教宗派形成的文明史意義 [The Significance of the Sui-Tang Buddhist Sects Formation in the History of Civilization]. Lecture presented at 南昌大學 Nanchang University, Nanchang, May 14, 2022.
  284. Sheng Kai 聖凱. “Sui Tang Fojiao zongpai xingcheng de wenmingshi yiyi” 隋唐佛教宗派形成的文明史意義 [The Significance of the Sui-Tang Buddhist Sects Formation in the History of Civilization]. Lecture presented at 清華大學 Tsinghua University, Beijing, June 6, 2022.
  285. Sheng Kai 聖凱. “Tangdai Fojiao zongpai yu siyuan geju” 唐代佛教宗派與寺院格局 [Tang Buddhist Sects and Monastery Patterns]. Lecture presented at 香港珠海學院 Hong Kong Chu Hai College, Hong Kong, December 4, 2022.
  286. Sheng Kai 聖凱. “Zhaolun, Liuzu tanjing yu Zhongguo Fojiao jingdian yishi de chuangxin” 《肇論》《六祖壇經》與中國佛教經典意識的創新 [“Chao Lun,” Platform Sutra, and Innovation in Chinese Buddhism on the Phenomenon of New Classics]. Lecture presented at 北京大學 Peking University, Beijing, March 14, 2023.
  287. Teiser, Stephen. “Buddhist Healing Liturgies from the Perspective of Daoist Ritual.” Presentation at The Way and The Words: Religion and Literature in Medieval China at Princeton University, Princeton, US, October 2017.
  288. Teiser, Stephen. “Chinese Buddhist Healing Rituals through Texts and Art.” Workshop presented at the 2017 Woodenfish Dunhuang Buddhist Studies Workshop at Dunhuang Academy, Dunhuang, China, June 2017.
  289. Teiser, Stephen. “Deceptively Simple Acts of Healing in Chinese Buddhism.” Seminar presented at Illness, Healing, and Ritual in Chinese Religion at Harvard University (Fairbank Center for Chinese Studies), Cambridge, US, April 2017.
  290. Teiser, Stephen. “Linguistic Characteristics of the Four Phrases of Chan.” Presented at China-US-Canada Buddhist Forum on Chan Buddhism, New York, United States, October 2019.
  291. Teiser, Stephen. “Literature and Liturgy: The Relation between Literary Style and Buddhist Ritual Structure in Prayers for Healing from Dunhuang.” Workshop presented at Ganmon Liturgies in Premodern East Asia at Columbia University, New York City, US, October 2018.
  292. Teiser, Stephen. “Paintings of the Wheel of Rebirth in Buddhist Temples.” Presentation at the National Museum of Korea, Seoul, South Korea, September 2018.
  293. Teiser, Stephen. “Prayer in Buddhism?” Lecture presented at the James S. Hardigg ’44 Lecture at Dartmouth College, Hanover, US, January 2018.
  294. Teiser, Stephen. “The Beginning and End of the Dunhuang Manuscripts.” Lecture presented at the China Research Seminar at University of Cambridge, Cambridge, UK, May 2018.
  295. Teiser, Stephen. “The Silk Road from the Perspective of the History of Buddhism.” Keynote speech presented at the Symposium on Theravada and Mahayana Buddhism along the Belt and Road at Po Lin Monastery, Hong Kong, June 2017.
  296. Teiser, Stephen. “Varieties of Religious Healing in Medieval Chinese Buddhism.” Lecture presented at The Robert H.N. Ho Family Foundation Lecture Series in Chinese Buddhism at SOAS Centre of Buddhist Studies, London, UK, March 2019.
  297. Teiser, Stephen. “佛教功德回向儀禮的文學體裁與構造 [Literary Style and Ritual Structure of the Transfer of Merit].” Presented at Beizhen Temple Fieldwork Cluster, FROGBEAR Project, Liaoning, China, June 2019.
  298. Teiser, Stephen. Panel at “Fostering Diversity in the Study of Asian Religions: Foundation Support for Doctoral Study, Fellowships, and Teaching Positions.” American Academy of Religion, Annual Meeting, San Diego, CA, November 2019.
  299. Teiser, Stephen. Panelist at “Original Thoughts: A Conference in Honor of Jacqueline I. Stone,” Princeton University, May 17-18, 2019.
  300. ter Haar, Barend. “Buddhism in local society: the 1313–1314 restoration of the Travelling Palace of the Eastern Marchmount in Changxing.” Keynote lecture presented at Religions and Local Society in the Historical, Comparative, and Theoretical Perspectives: A Conference in Honour of Professor Timothy Brook, University of British Columbia, Vancouver, August 12–14, 2022. (Online)
  301. ter Haar, Barend. “Sound in Chinese Buddhist religious culture.” Lecture presented at Winter Program on Buddhism and East Asian Religions, Dharma Drum Institute of Liberal Arts (DILA), Taiwan, January 2018.
  302. ter Haar, Barend. “Sound in Chinese Buddhist religious culture.” Lecture presented at Charles University, Prague, Czech Republic, April 26, 2018.
  303. ter Haar, Barend. “Thinking through the socio-religious change from the Han to the late imperial period.” Lecture presented at 2022 Glorisun International and Intensive Program, Yale University, New Haven, July 20–24, 2022. (Online)
  304. Wang, Eugene. “Gardens as Ecological Theater: An 18th-Century Story.” Lecture presented at the Huntington Library, Los Angeles, United States. September 26, 2019.
  305. Wang, Michelle C. “Architecture, Sculpture, and Materiality on the Silk Road.” Lecture presented at China Project Workshop at New York University, New York City, US, February 2019.
  306. Wang, Michelle C. “Birds of a Feather: Mahāmayūrī between Khotan and Dunhuang.” Lecture presented at From the Silk to the Book Road(s) Conference at UC Berkeley, Berkeley, US, September 21–23, 2018.
  307. Wang, Michelle C. “Buddhist Mandalas on the Multicultural Silk Road.” Lecture presented at University of Kentucky, Lexington, US, October 2, 2018.
  308. Wang, Michelle C. “De-Centering Buddhist Kingship.” Panel at the Association of Asian Studies Annual Conference, chaired by April D. Hughes, Denver, US, March 21–24, 2019.
  309. Wang, Michelle C. “Multicultural Mandalas of the Silk Road.” Lecture presented at Berea College, Berea, US, October 3, 2018.
  310. Wang, Michelle C. “The Silk Road and its Multicultural Legacy.” Lecture presented at Loyola University Maryland, Baltimore, US, February 7, 2019.
  311. Wang, Michelle C. “The Visual Culture of Buddhist Maṇḍalas at Dunhuang.” Lecture presented at University of British Columbia, Vancouver, Canada, October 18, 2018.
  312. Wang, Michelle C. “Time and Materiality in a Buddhist Cave Shrine.” Lecture presented at Harvard Buddhist Studies Forum, Cambridge, United States, October 7, 2019.
  313. Wang, Michelle, Kenneth Tam, Vivian Li, and Jacqueline Chao. “Art and Activism in Our Time of Crisis”. Panel discussion. Crow Unscripted series on Facebook. Crow Museum of Asian Art, Dallas. June 17, 2020.
  314. Wang, Michelle, Soyoung Lee, and Patricia Berger. “The Future of Asian Art History.” Online presentation at China Project Workshop, Institute of Fine Arts, December 11, 2020.
  315. Wang, Michelle, Younmi-Kim, Hannah Gould, Ralph Craig, and Matthew Hayes. “Buddhist Ritual.” Online presentation for The Religious Studies Project, August 13, 2020.
  316. Wang, Michelle. “Dunhuang Art: Buddhism and Kingship on the Silk Routes.” Online presentation at the Royal Asiatic Society, February 18, 2021.
  317. Wang, Michelle. “Flying Statues and Silk Road Wonders.” Online presentation at the Transmission of Buddhism in Asia and Beyond Conference in honor of Antonino Forte, Princeton University, July 3-5, 2020.
  318. Wang, Michelle. “Sculpture, Time, and Materiality in a Buddhist Cave Shrine.” Online presentation for Numata Lecture Series, Institute of Buddhist Studies, October 23, 2020.
  319. Wu, Jiang. “Chinese Zen Master Yinyuan/Ingen in Global East Asia.” Lecture presented at Obaku Ingen Lecture Series, The University of Arizona, Tucson, May 3, 2022.
  320. Wu, Jiang. “Ming Qing zhiji mengshan shishi kao” 明清之际蒙山施食考 [The Transmission of the Mengshan Rite in Late Imperial China]. Presented at Buddhist Intellectual History and Social History Seminar “2019年佛教观念史与社会史研修班,”Institute for Ethics and Religion, Tsinghua University, Beijing, China, July 2, 2019.
  321. Wu, Jiang. “Place, Space, and the Formation of Hangzhou Buddhism: A Regional Religious System (RRS) Approach.” Presented at International Conference on Spatial Perspective and Local Knowledge in the Spatial Humanities, Academia Sinica, Taipei, Taiwan, September 20-21, 2019.
  322. Wu, Jiang. “Place, Space, and the Formation of Hangzhou Buddhism: A Regional Religious System (RRS) Approach.” Presented at Famous Figures Associated with Buddhism, Hangzhou, China, May 16-19, 2019.
  323. Wu, Jiang. “Riben Huangbozong kaishan zushi Zhongguo chanseng Yinyuan Longqi tongdu zhi mi zaitan: Yi Changqi de chanzong yu haiwai huaren shequ wei zhongxin.” 日本黄檗宗開山祖師中國禅僧隐元隆琦東渡之謎再探: 以長崎的禪宗與海外華人社區為中心 [A new investigation on the myth of Japanese Obaku Founder Yinyuan Longqi’s emigration: Zen Buddhism in Nagasaki and Overseas Chinese Communities]. Lecture presented at Forum on Huangbo Chan Buddhism and Asian Civilization黄檗禅与亚洲文明论坛, Fuqing, China, November 21, 2019.
  324. Wu, Jiang. “The Carving of Kaibao Canon in Tenth-century Chengdu.” Presented at nternational Conference on Buddhist Canons, Foguangshan, Kaohsiung, Taiwan, August 9-11, 2019.
  325. Yang Zhao Hua. Chair and Moderator at the 2019 China-US-Canada Buddhist Academic Symposium, United Nations, October 2019.
  326. Yang, Zhaohua. “Shifting Signs: Talismanic Innovations in the Ucchuṣma Cult of the Middle Period.” Online paper presentation at the Annual Meeting of the American Academy of Religion (AAR), November 2020.


Reports, Briefs, and Other Forms of Grey Literature

  1. Anderl, Christoph, and Laurent Van Cutsem. “Newsletter #01: Database of Medieval Chinese Texts (DMCT),” April 9, 2022. https://www.academia.edu/75739958/DMCT_NEWSLETTER_ISSUE_01_DATABASE_OF_MEDIEVAL_CHINESE_TEXTS_Version_2022_04_09_.
  2. Bai Zhaojie. “道教與元明清東鎮廟的日常運作-以東鎮碑刻為中心的考察.” Working paper. From the Ground to the Cloud: Insights from Seven Years of Fieldwork, Training, and Data Collection conference, online, April 14, 2024.
  3. Kim, Jongmyung. “Miguk ŭi inmun han’guk hak ŭi hyŏnhwang kwa chŏnmang” [The Present and Prospects of Korean Studies in the Humanities in the United States]. Korea Development Institute, Daejeon, Republic of Korea, December 2019.
  4. Li Teng. “The Jidu God contra the Dragon King: State Domination and Local Autonomy of Water God in Late Imperial China.” Working paper. From the Ground to the Cloud: Insights from Seven Years of Fieldwork, Training, and Data Collection conference, online, April 14, 2024.
  5. Rusk, Bruce et al. Training Material, FROGBEAR Cluster Field Trips, 2017–19.
  6. ter Haar, Berand. “Jiyuan: landscape, inscriptions and the past.” FROGBEAR Project, June 2017. https://frogbear.org/wp-content/uploads/2016/10/Jiyuan-inscriptions-and-impressions-Report-by-Barend-ter-Haar.pdf
  7. Wu, Jiang. The Pacific Neighborhood Consortium (PNC) 2022 Best Poster Award for the project “Regional Religious Systems in Hangzhou China: Illustrating the Confluence of Buddhist Geography and Culture” by Glen Ingram, Mattea Wallace, Philip Stoker, and Jiang Wu, 2022.
  8. Yu, Wendy Sau Ling. “Sichuan and Chongqing are No Longer Far Away: Virtual Fieldwork and Digital Metadatabase of Sichuan and Chongqing Buddhist Grottoes.” Working paper. From the Ground to the Cloud: Insights from Seven Years of Fieldwork, Training, and Data Collection conference, online, April 20, 2024.
  9. Zheng, Q.J. “Five Entry Points of using CRTA as Research Roadmap.” Working paper. From the Ground to the Cloud: Insights from Seven Years of Fieldwork, Training, and Data Collection conference, online, April 21, 2024.

 

Other – Book Reviews

  1. Balkwill, Stephanie. Book review of Chinese Buddhism: A Thematic History by Chün-fang Yü. Religious Studies Review, 2020
  2. Balkwill, Stephanie. Book review of Goddess on the Frontier: Religion, Ethnicity, and Gender in Southwest China by Megan Bryson. H-Buddhism, 2020.
  3. Benn, James Alexander. Review of A Fourth-Century Daoist Family: The ‘Zhen’gao,’ or Declarations of the Perfected, by Stephen R. Bokenkamp, The Journal of Religion 102, no. 3 (2022): 418–420.
  4. Benn, James Alexander. Review of Authentic Replicas: Buddhist Art in Medieval China, by Hsueh-man Shen, Zhejiang daxue yishu yu kaogu yanjiu 浙江大學藝術與考古研究 [Zhejiang University Journal of Art and Archaeology] 5, (2022): 247–252.
  5. Bogel, Cynthea J. Book review of Word Embodied, The Jeweled Pagoda Mandalas in Japanese Buddhist Art by Halle O’Neal. Monumenta Nipponica1 (2020): 333–41.
  6. Heirman, Ann. Book review of Buddhism and the Dynamics of Transculturality, New Appoaches edited by Birgit Kellner. Bulletin of the School of Oriental and African Studies 83, no. 3 (2020): 560–562.
  7. Jia, Jinhua. Review of Historical Dictionary of Chan Buddhism, by Youru Wang, Journal of Buddhist Philosophy 4, no. 1 (2022): 183–185.
  8. Liu Yi 劉屹. Review of Ajia Bukkyō Bijutsu Ronshū: Higashi Ajia II: Zui アジア仏教美術論集東アジア II 隋・唐 [A Collection of Essays on Asian Buddhist Art, East Asia II: Sui and Tang], edited by Romi Hida 肥田路美. Dunhuang Tulufan yanjiu 敦煌吐魯番研究 (Journal of the Dunhuang and Turfan Studies) 21, (2022): 458–467.
  9. Liu Yi 劉屹. Review of Lushun Bowuguancang Xinjiang chutu Hanwen wenxian 評《旅順博物館藏新疆出土漢文文獻》 [Chinese Manuscripts Unearthed in the Xinjiang from the Collection of the Lüshun Museum], edited by Zhenfen Wang 王振芬, Xianshi Meng 孟憲實, and Xinjiang Rong 榮新江. Dunhuang Tulufan yanjiu 敦煌吐魯番研究 (Journal of the Dunhuang and Turfan studies) 20, (2021): 386–392.
  10. Rusk, Bruce. Review of The Making of Barbarians: Chinese Literature and Multilingual Asia, by Haun Saussy. Canadian Review of Comparative Literature, forthcoming 2023.
  11. Rusk, Bruce. Review of The Promise and Peril of Things: Literature and Material Culture in Late Imperial China, by Wai-yee Li. Journal of Chinese History 7, no. 1 (2022): 223–225. 
  12. Wang, Michelle C. Review of Hyecho’s Journey: The World of Buddhism, by Donald S. Lopez Jr. et al. Reading Religion. June 8, 2018. http://readingreligion.org/books/hyechos-journey


Other – Exhibition Reviews

  1. Bogel, Cynthea J. “Daigoji Temple. A Shingon Esoteric Buddhist Universe in Kyoto.” Exhibition Review in English in Misulsahak yŏn’gu, Korean Journal of Art History (美術史學硏究), vol. 301 (March 2019), 101–103.

 

Other – Databases

  1. Anderl, Christoph, Marcus Bingenheimer, et al. “Database of Medieval Chinese Texts.” Ghent Centre for Buddhist Studies. April 2018.
  2. Anderl, Christoph. Directed digitization and transcription of Vernacular Dūnhuáng text in the Ghent Database of Medieval Chinese, in collaboration with Dharma Drum University, 2017.
  3. Rusk, Bruce. Cluster 2.1: UBC Library, open access-repository, 2017.

Other – Videos

  1. Andrews, Susan. “What Does Telling and Retelling Stories Achieve for Religious Practitioners?” Video produced by FROGBEAR Project. YouTube, August 2019. https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=j97HcrQd0Lw
  2. Benn, James. “What are Buddhist Apocryphal Scriptures?” Video produced by FROGBEAR Project. YouTube, August 2019. https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=YWN9_261knU
  3. FROGBEAR Cluster 2.1. “Beizhen Temple Visit 2019 – Chinese audio with English subtitles” Video produced by FROGBEAR Project. YouTube, September 2019. https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=WqFrqcDUhBE
  4. FROGBEAR Cluster 2.1. “Beizhen Temple Visit 2019 – English audio with Chinese subtitles” Video produced by FROGBEAR Project. YouTube, September 2019. https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=nS2RbaQWWFk
  5. FROGBEAR Cluster 2.1. “Dongzhen Temple visit 2018 – English audio with English and Chinese subtitles.” Video produced by FROGBEAR Project. YouTube, November 2018. https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=XhOOGqVgjxM&t=5s
  6. FROGBEAR Cluster 2.1. “東鎮廟參觀2018年 – 中文音頻,中英字幕 Dongzhen Temple visit 2018 – Chinese audio with English and Chinese subtitles.” Video produced by FROGBEAR Project. YouTube, November 2018. https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=FI_OnCv8QZk&t=194s
  7. FROGBEAR Cluster 2.1 “濟瀆廟參觀2017年 – 中文音頻,中英字幕 Jidu Temple visit 2017 – Chinese audio with English and Chinese subtitles.” Video produced by FROGBEAR Project. YouTube, May 2019. https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Z2CIw5mxCQ0&t=32s
  8. FROGBEAR Cluster 2.1. “Jidu Temple Visit 2017 – English audio with English and Chinese subtitles.” Video produced by FROGBEAR Project. YouTube, May 2019. https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=qXBQADYogAw&t=40s
  9. Keyworth, George. “‘Secondary’ Production of East Asian Buddhist Canons in Korea.” Video produced by FROGBEAR Project. YouTube, August 2019. https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=UCrxPXVdGXA&t=2s
  10. Kim, Youn-mi. “Material Cultures in Buddhist Studies.” Video produced by FROGBEAR Project. YouTube, August 2019. https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=E7–mKjBhUQ
  11. Lai, Rongdao. “What Does It Mean to Be Modern in Chinese Buddhism?” Video produced by FROGBEAR Project. YouTube, August 2019. https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=LZpa0ywBKcc
  12. Robson, James. “Filled with Meaning: Statues and Their Contents in East Asia.” Video produced by FROGBEAR Project. YouTube, August 2019. https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=aJ7pwhq3fW4
  13. Rusk, Bruce. “Recording Data and Metadata.” Video produced by FROGBEAR Project. YouTube, July 2018. https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=qtPwqgRaWxg&list=PLUkA_ZXM8fg3dTzW_9BewWdxoa3Mc3hjY&index=1
  14. Rusk, Bruce. “Camera Basics.” Video produced by FROGBEAR Project. YouTube, July 2018. https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=fYbWaWrawvg&list=PLUkA_ZXM8fg3dTzW_9BewWdxoa3Mc3hjY&index=2
  15. Rusk, Bruce. “Photographing Buildings and Sites.” Video produced by FROGBEAR Project. YouTube, April 2019. https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=4hGX4JNZ5jY&list=PLUkA_ZXM8fg3dTzW_9BewWdxoa3Mc3hjY&index=3
  16. Rusk, Bruce. “Photographing Objects.” Video produced by FROGBEAR Project. YouTube, April 2019. https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Rxp7-VMI7Y4&list=PLUkA_ZXM8fg3dTzW_9BewWdxoa3Mc3hjY&index=4
  17. Rusk, Bruce. “Photographing Books and Documents.” Video produced by FROGBEAR Project. YouTube, April 2019. https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=ElyzeEYmzyc&list=PLUkA_ZXM8fg3dTzW_9BewWdxoa3Mc3hjY&index=5
  18. Rusk, Bruce. “Photographing Epigraphy.” Video produced by FROGBEAR Project. YouTube, April 2019. https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=XXsNxTopY3g&list=PLUkA_ZXM8fg3dTzW_9BewWdxoa3Mc3hjY&index=6

 

Other – Webpages

  1. Bingenheimer, Marcus. “Introduction to GIS and Aerial Imaging in Fieldwork, July 17–25 2019.” mbingenheimer.net (FROGBEAR Cluster 1.2 Workshop Materials), updated June 2019. http://mbingenheimer.net/workshops/gis/
  2. Bingenheimer, Marcus. “Introduction to Social Network Analysis for the Study of Buddhism and East Asian Religions. Cluster 1.2: Religion and Technology — Workshop held at NUS, August 2018.” mbingenheimer.net (FROGBEAR Cluster 1.2 Workshop Materials), updated June 2018. http://sna2018.mbingenheimer.net/
  3. Bingenheimer, Marcus. “Space & Cyberspace 2017.” mbingenheimer.net (FROGBEAR Cluster 1.2 Workshop Materials), updated June 2017. http://spaceandcyberspace2017.mbingenheimer.net/
  4. Bogel, Cynthea J. oversaw and edited. Collaborative online art exhibition Artistic Exchange between Korea and Japan日韓美術交流 undertaken with collaboration between Kyushu University International Research Center for the Humanities, Graduate School of Humanities (Bogel) and Ehwa Womans University (KimYoun-mi). January 24, 2022. https://en.ewhakyushu-exhibition.com/.
  5. Rusk, Bruce. FROGBEAR Data Collection. UBC Wiki. Updated May 15, 2019. https://wiki.ubc.ca/Documentation:Library:Circle/FROGBEAR_Data_Collection
  6. Wu, Jiang. “True Image: Celebrating the Legacy of Zen Master Yinyuan and his Obaku Tradition.” Online exhibition at ingen.arizona.edu, 2022-2024. Co-organized with John Johnston and James Baskind, The University of Arizona.