Publications and Presentations

Articles in popular media

  1. Bingenheimer, Marcus. “Digitization of Buddhist Cultural Heritage.” International Institute for Asian Studies (IIAS) Newsletter no. 79, Spring 2018.
  2. Galambos, Imre. “A snapshot of Dunhuang studies, circa 2016.” Orientations 4, pp. 33–38. 2016.

Books

  1. Anderl, Christoph. Buddhist Encounters and Identities Across East Asia. Edited by Carmen Meinert, and Ann Heirman. Leiden: Brill, 2018.
  2. 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. Taibei: Fagu wenhua, 2017.
  3. Andrews, Susan. “Active at the Margins: Women in the early literature of China’s Mount Wutai.” Buddhism and Daoism on the Holy Mountains of China, edited by Thomas Jülch. Leiden: Brill.
  4. In press. Andrews, Susan and Jinhua Chen, eds. The Transnational Cult of Mount Wutai: Historical and Comparative Perspectives. Brill’s Studies on East Asian Religions Series,
  5. Andrews, Susan, Jinhua Chen, and Cuilan Liu, eds. Rules of Engagement: Medieval Traditions of Buddhist Monastic Regulation. Hamburg: University of Hamburg Press, 2017.
  6. Bingenheimer, Marcus. Island of Guanyin – Mount Putuo and its Gazetteers. London & New York: Oxford, 2016.
  7. Chen, Ming. 丝路医明. Guangdong Education Publishing House 广东教育出版社, December 2017.
  8. Chen Ming陈明. 敦煌的医疗与社会. 中国大百科全书出版社, January 2018.
  9. Chen Ming陈明. 梵汉本根本说一切有部律典词语研究.(入选《2017年度国家哲学社会科学成果文库》),Beijing: Peking University Press 北京大学出版社, January 2018.
  10. Chen, Jinhua. 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]. Eds. Zhanru 湛如, Chen Jinhua 陳金華, Ji Yun, and Wang Lina 王麗娜. Taibei: Xinwenfeng 新文豐, 2018.
  11. Chen, Jinhua. 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]. Eds. Miaojiang 妙江, Chen Jinhua 陳金華 and Kuanguang 寬廣. Taibei: Xinwenfeng 新文豐, 2018.
  12. Chen, Jinhua. Yishan er wuding: Duo xueke, kua fangyu, chao wenhua shiye zhong de Wutai Xinyang yanjiu一山而五顶:多学科、跨方域、超文化视野中的五台信仰研究 [One Mountain of Five Plateaus: Studies of the Wutai cult in Multidisciplinary, Crossborder and Transcultural Approaches]. Eds. Miaojiang 妙江, Chen Jinhua 陳金華 and Kuanguang 寬廣. Taibei: Xinwenfeng 新文豐, 2017.
  13. Chen, Jinhua. Rules of Engagement: Medieval Traditions of Buddhist Monastic Regulation, eds. Susan Andrews, Jinhua Chen, and Cuilan Liu. Hamburg Buddhist Studies 7, Bochum & Freiburg: Projekt Verlag, 2017.
  14. Chen, Jinhua. “Fojiao yu Zhongwai jialiu 佛教與中外交流” (Buddhism and China’s Communication with the world outside China) (in Chinese). Shanghai: Zhongxi Shuju 中西書局, 2016.
  15. Goossaert, Vincent and Masaaki Tsuchiya, eds.Dôkyô no seichi to chihôshin 道教の聖地と地方神 [Lieux saints du taoïsme et dieux locaux] Tokyo: Toho shoten. 2016.
  16. Goossaert, Vincent, David Ownby, and Zhe Ji, eds. Making Saints in Modern China.New York, Oxford University Press. 2017.
  17. Heirman, Ann. Buddhist Encounters and Identities Across East Asia. Edited by Carmen Meinert, Christoph Anderl, and Ann Heirman. Leiden: Brill, 2018.
  18. Jia, Jinhua. Li Zehou and Confucian Philosophy. Edited by Jia Jinhua and Roger T. Ames. Honolulu: University of Hawaii Press: July 2018.
  19. Jia, Jinhua. New Philology and the Study of Early China 新語文學與早期中國研究. Edited by Jia Jinhua, Chen Wei, Wang Xiaolin, and Lai Guolong. Shanghai: Shanghai People’s Publisher 上海人民出版社: September 2018.
  20. Jia, Jinhua, and Liu Gonghuang. “雪峰祖庭的創立及其在禪宗史上的意義.” 17-20 in Hanchuan Fojiao zuting wenhua guoji xueshu yantaohui 漢傳佛教祖庭文化國際學術研討會, Xi’an, November. 2016.
  21. Kim, Jongmyung. Sangwŏn Yŏndŭng hoe wa Chungdong P’algwan hoe (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, n.d.
  22. Kim, Jongmyung. 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.
  23. Kim, Jongmyung, trans. McRae, John R. Pukchong kwa ch’ogi Sŏn Pulgyo ŭi hyŏngsŏng (The Northern School and the Formation of Early Chan Buddhism). Seoul: Minjoksa, n.d.
  24. Liu Yi. 六朝道教古灵宝经的历史学研究. 上海 (Shanghai):上海古籍出版社,April 2018.
  25. Nakamura, Fuyubi. (ed.) Traces of Words: Art and Calligraphy from Asia. Editor. Vancouver: MOA and Figure 1 Publishing, 2017.
  26. Shahar, Meir and Yael Bentor, eds. Chinese and Tibetan Esoteric Buddhism. Leiden and Boston: Brill, 2017.
  27. Sheng, Kai. 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, 2016.
  28. Sheng, Kai. 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,2017. (ed.)
  29. Sheng, Kai. Yidai yilu gaoseng zhuan 「一帶一路」高僧傳 (Biography of Eminent Monks Along the Belt and Road), Beijing: Zongjiao wenhua chubanshe,2018. (eds. with Yang Jianxiao)
  30. ter Haar, Barend. Jiang gushi: zhongguo lishishang de wushu yu tizui. Shanghai: Zhongxi Shuju, 2016.
  31. Wang, Michelle C. Mandalas in the Making: The Visual Culture of Esoteric Buddhism at Dunhuang. Leiden and Boston: Brill, 2018.
  32. Wang Yong 王勇, 葛继勇: 历代正史日本传考注汉魏两晋南北朝卷 上海交通大学出版社,2016年.
  33. Wang Yong 王勇: 历代正史日本传考注隋唐卷 上海交通大学出版社,2016年.
  34. Wang Yong 王勇, 河野贵美子,主编: 衝突と融合の東アジア文化史 勉诚出版,2016年.
  35. Yang, Zhaohua. Forthcoming. Devouring Impurities: The Rise of the Cult of Ucchuṣma in Medieval China (600-1000).

Book Chapters

  1. 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.
  2. 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– Wiesbaden: Harrassowitz, 2018.
  3. Anderl, Christoph.. “Māra’s Assault: An Introduction.”In Po Mo bian 破魔變: Critical Edition with Annotated Translations into Modern Chinese and English, by Christoph Anderl, Lin Ching-Hui林靜慧, and Jenjou Hung洪振洲, 44–95. Taipei: Fagu wenhua, 2017.
  4. 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.
  5. 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.
  6. 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 Series, volume 2. Leiden: Brill, forthcoming.
  7. Andrews, Susan.  “愚公移山: 五台山与镰仓时期 (1185 – 1333) 多武峰感应记” [The parable of Yugong yishan 愚公移山: Wutai shan and Kamakura period (1185 – 1333) Tōnomine Miracle Tales]. In 一山而五頂:多學科 、跨方域 、多文化視野中的五 臺信仰研究, edited by 妙江主編, 陳金華, and 寬廣副主編. 杭州: 浙江大學出版社. 2016.
  8. Andrews, Susan and Cuilan Liu. “Editors’ Introduction.” In Rules of Engagement: Medieval Traditions of Buddhist Monastic Regulation, edited by Susan Andrews, Jinhua Chen, and Cuilan Liu, 9–25. Hamburg: University of Hamburg Press, 2017.
  9. Bingenheimer, Marcus. “Pilgrimage in China.” In New Pathways in Pilgrimage Studies: Global Perspectives, edited by Dionigi Albera and John Eade, 18-35. Routledge Studies in Pilgrimage, Religious Travel and Tourism. London: Routledge, 2017.
  10. 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, volume 18. Leiden: Brill, 2018. https://doi.org/10.1163/9789004366183_023
  11. Chen, Jinhua. “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, 2018).
  12. 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 Series.Bochum & Freiburg: Projekt Verlag, 2018.
  13. Chen, Jinhua. “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.
  14. Chen, Jinhua.. “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, and Wang Lina 王麗娜, 154–164. Taibei: Xinwenfeng 新文豐, 2018.
  15. 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, volume 7. Bochum & Freiburg: Projekt Verlag, 2017.
  16. 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.
  17. Chen, Jinhua. “Borderland Complex and the Construction of Sacred Sites and Lineages in East Asian Buddhism.” InBuddhist Transformations and Interactions: Essays in Honor of Antonino Forte, edited by Victor Mair, 65–106. Amherst: Cambria Press, 2017.
  18. Chen, Jinhua. “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.
  19. Chen, Jinhua. Yishan er wuding: Duo xueke, kua fangyu, chao wenhua shiye zhong de Wutai Xinyang yanjiu一山而五顶:多学科、跨方域、超文化视野中的五台信仰研究.” In 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 Kuanguang 寬廣. Taibei: Xinwenfeng 新文豐, 2017.
  20. 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.
  21. Chen, Jinhua. “Jiazu niudai yu Tangdai nüni: Liangge anli de yanjiu” 家族紐帶與唐代女尼: 兩個案例的研究 [Familial Bonds and Tang dynasty Buddhist nuns: Two Case Studies] . 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.
  22. 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, 111–165. 2016.
  23. 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.
  24. 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, volume 2. Portlaoise: Evertype, 2016.
  25. 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.
  26. 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.
  27. 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.
  28. Goossaert, Vincent and Masaaki Tsuchiya, eds.  “ Kindai Kônan ni okeru San Bôkun 近代江南における三茅君.” In Dôkyô no seichi to chihôshin道教の聖地と地方神, translated by Mori Yuria, 19–47. Tokyo, Toho shoten, 2016.
  29. Goossaert, Vincent. “Zhang Yuanxu. The Making and Unmaking of a Daoist Saint.” Making Saints in Modern China, edited by Vincent Goossaert, David Ownby, and Ji Zhe, 7898. New York: Oxford University Press, 2017.
  30. Heirman, Ann. “Bodily Care Identity in Buddhist Monastic Life of Ancient India and China: An Advancing Purity Threshold.” In Buddhist Encounters and Identities Across East Asia, edited by Ann Heirman, Carmen Meinert, and Christoph Anderl, 340–69. Leiden: Brill, 2018.
  31. Heirman, Ann. “Buddhism on War and Peace: Some Thoughts and Examples.” In Philosophy of War and Peace, edited by Danny Praet, 33–46. Brussels: VUB Press, 2017.
  32. Heirman, Ann. “Ba Jing Fa Ji Qi Dui Biqiuni Seng Tuan De Yingxiang 八敬法及其对比丘尼僧团影响.” In Zongjiao, Fazhi Yu Zhongguo Chuantong = 宗教、法治与中国传统, edited by Xueming Yu and Xuesong Qian, 98–109. Beijing: Dangdai Zhongguo chubanshe, 2016.
  33. Heirman, Ann, and M. Torck.“Toilet Care in Buddhist Monasteries: Health, Decency and Ritual.” In Sourcebook of Buddhism and Healing, edited by Pierce Salguero, 137–144. New York: Columbia University Press, 2017.
  34. Jia, Jinhua. “Redefining Enlightenment Experience: A Philosophical Interpretation of the Dunhuang-Version Platform Sūtra.” In Dao Companion to Chinese Buddhist Philosophy, edited by Youru Wang and Sandra A. Wawrytko, 351–67. New York: Springer, 2019.
  35. Jia, Jinhua. “Li Zehou’s Reconception of Confucian Ethics of Emotion.” In Li Zehou and Confucian Philosophy, edited by Jia Jinhua and Roger T. Ames, 155-86. Honolulu: University of Hawaii Press, 2018.
  36. Jia, Jinhua. “Introduction 導論.” In New Philology and the Study of Early China, edited by Jia Jinhua, Chen Wei, Wang Xiaolin, and Lai Guolong, 1–14. Shanghai: Shanghai People’s Publisher 上海人民出版社, 2018.
  37. Jia, Jinhua. “A New Interpretation of Cheng 誠字新釋.” In New Philology and the Study of Early China, edited by Jia Jinhua, Chen Wei, Wang Xiaolin, and Lai Guolong, 197–213. Shanghai: Shanghai People’s Publisher 上海人民出版社, 2018.
  38. Jia, Jinhua. “Establishment of Youji chanyuan and Its Significance in the History of Chan Buddhism 唐代幽濟禪院的創建及其在禪宗史上的意義.” In Ti’erjie Zhonghua Fojiao Zongfeng Luntan Lunwenji 第二屆中華佛教宗風論壇論文集, edited by Yinshun, 538–542. Beijing: Zongjiao Wenhua Chubanshe. 2016.
  39. Jia, Jinhua. “Study on Li Jilan, Yuan Chun, and Cui Zhongrong 唐代女道士詩人李季蘭、元淳、崔仲容研究.” In Sun Changwu jiaoshou bashi huadan jinian wenji孫昌武教授八十華誕紀念文集, 380–398Tianjin: Baihua Wenyi, 2016.
  40. Jia, Jinhua and Roger T. Ames. “Introduction.” In Li Zehou and Confucian Philosophy, edited by Jia Jinhua and Roger T. Ames, 1–17. Honolulu: University of Hawaii Press, 2018.
  41. King, Ross. “The Korean Language Village’s First Decade.” In: Leading, Learning, and Teaching On the Global Frontier: Concordia Language Villages, edited by David Blake Willis and Walter W. Enloe, 323–334. Saint Paul: Tertium Quid Press, 2016.
  42. King, Ross. “Further contextualizing the translations of James Scarth Gale.” In Score One for the Dancing Girl, and Other Selections from the Kimun ch’onghwa, edited by Ross King and Si Nae Park, xxxvii–lxi. Toronto: University of Toronto Press, 2016.
  43. Laffin, Christina. “Premodern Japanese Travel Writing.” In Routledge Research Companion to Travel Writing, edited by Alasdair Pettinger and Tim Youngs. New York: Routledge, 2019.
  44. Laffin, Christina, trans. Nakamura, Takeshi. “The Noh Okinomiya: Palace of the Sea.” In Okinomiya, edited by Miyake Naomi, 41–47. Kyūryūdō, 2019.
  45. Laffin, Christina, trans. Ishimure, Michiko. “Okinomiya: Palace of the Sea.” In Shinsakunō Okinomiya, edited by Miyake Naomi, 135–49. Kyūryūdō, 2018.
  46. Liu Yi. “那连提耶舍译经论(一)— 以 ’大集经’ 为中心.” In 少林寺与北朝佛教. 宗教文化出版社 Religious Culture Press, July 2018.
  47. Liu Yi. “劫与斋—‘真文天书经’的思想与仪式.” In 经典,仪式与民间信仰, edited by Ho Chong 侯冲. Shanghai: Shanghai Ancient Books Publishing House 上海古籍出版社, 2018.
  48. Liu Yi. “Fragment ДХ-2850 and the Dunhuang Taoist Scriptures波波娃主編《紀念奧登堡誕辰一百五十週年國際學術論文集(俄文)》, 168–177. 莫斯科,
  49. Liu Yi. “考論古靈寶經新經與舊經先後關係的學術史意義.”In饒學與華學——第二屆饒宗頤華學曁香港大學饒宗頤學術館成立十週年慶典國際學術硏討會論文集, edited by 鄭煒明, 780–787. 上海:上海辭書出版社,
  50. Liu Yi.“鎮墓的信仰傳統与宗教情懷.”In兩個世界的徘徊——中古時期喪葬觀念風俗與禮儀制度學術硏討會論文集,369–384. 北京:科學出版社,
  51. Nakamura, Fuyubi. “Introduction: Traces of Words”. In Traces of Words: Art and Calligraphy from Asia, edited by Nakamura Fuyubi. Vancouver: MOA and Figure 1 Publishing, 2017.
  52. Nakamura, Fuyubi. “The Infinite Possibility of Words in Japanese Calligraphy” in Traces of Words: Art and Calligraphy from Asiaedited by Nakamura Fuyubi. Vancouver: MOA and Figure 1 Publishing, 2017.
  53. Nakamura, Fuyubi, ed., “The Museum of Anthropology Asian Collection” in Traces of Words: Art and Calligraphy from Asia. edited by Nakamura Fuyubi. Vancouver: MOA and Figure 1 Publishing, 2017.
  54. Nappi, Carla. “Trees and stones are only what they are: Translating Ming Empire in the Fifteenth Century.” In Ming China: Courts and Contacts 14001450, edited by Craig Clunas, Jessica Harrison-Hall, and Luk Yu-ping. British Museum Press, 2016.
  55. Nappi, Carla. “Making ‘Mongolian’ Nature: Medicinal Plants and Qing Empire in the Long Eighteenth Century.” In The Botany of Empire in the Long Eighteenth Century, edited by Yota Batsati, Sarah Burke Cahalan, and Anatole Tchikine.Dumbarton Oaks Research Library and Collection. Cambridge: Harvard University Press, 2017.
  56. Nappi, Carla. “A Page at the Orchestra.” In What Reason Promises: Essays on Reason, Nature and History, edited by Wendy Doniger, Peter Galison, and Susan Neiman, 221—227. Berlin: De Gruyter, 2016.
  57. Nappi, Carla and Marwa Elshakry. “Translating Science” In A Companion to History of Science, edited by Bernard Lightman, 372–386. Hoboken: Wiley-Blackwell, 2016.
  58. Shahar, Meir. “The Tantric Origins of the Horse King: Hayagrīva and the Chinese Horse Cult.” In Chinese and Tibetan Esoteric Buddhism, edited by Meir Shahar and Yael Bentor. Leiden and Boston: Brill, 2017.
  59. Sharf, Robert. “Buddhist Veda and the Rise of Chan.” In Chinese and Tibetan Esoteric Buddhism, edited by Yael Bentor and Meir Shahar, 85–120. Leiden: Brill, 2017.
  60. Robson, James. “How Important Is Religion in China?” in The China Questions: Critical Insights into a Rising Power, ed. Jennifer Rudolph and Michael Szonyi (Cambridge: Harvard University Press). 2018.
  61. Robson, James. “Searching for a Better Return,” in Victor Mair, ed., Buddhist Transformations and Interactions: Essays in Honor of Antonino Forte (Amherst: Cambria Press), pp. 261-304. 2017.
  62. Robson, James. “Hidden in Plain View: Concealed Contents, Secluded Statues, and Revealed Religion,” in Paula Varsano, ed., The Rhetoric of Hiddenness in Traditional Chinese Culture (Albany: State University of New York Press), pp. 117-205. 2016.
  63. Shahar, Meir. “The Tantric Origins of the Horse King: Hayagrīva and the Chinese Horse Cult.” In Chinese and Tibetan Esoteric Buddhism, edited by Meir Shahar and Yael Bentor. Leiden and Boston: Brill, 2017.
  64. Sharf, Robert. “Buddhist Veda and the Rise of Chan.” In Chinese and Tibetan Esoteric Buddhism, edited by Yael Bentor and Meir Shahar, 85–120. Leiden: Brill, 2017.
  65. Teiser, Stephen. “Curing with Karma and Confession: Two Short Liturgies from Dunhuang.” In Buddhism and Medicine: An Anthology of Premodern Sources, edited by C. Pierce Salguero, 322–35. New York: Columbia University Press, 2017.
  66. ter Haar, Barend. “The Religious Core of Local Social Organization.” In Blackwell Companion to Chinese History, edited by Michael Szonyi, 304–314. Blackwell: Oxford, 2016.
  67. ter Haar, Barend. “State and Samgha in the Qing Period: A New Look at Old Figures.” In The Middle Kingdom and the Dharma Wheel: Aspects of the Relationship Between the Buddhist Samgha and the State in Chinese History,edited by T. Jülch, 379–408. Brill: Leiden, 2016.
  68. ter Haar, Barend. “From Field to Text in the Study of Chinese Religion.” In Religion and Orientalism in Asian Studies, edited by Kiri Paramore, 85–105. Bloomsbury: London, 2016.
  69. ter Haar, Barend. “Witchcraft in Chinese History.” In Späte Hexenprozesse: Der Umgang der Aufklärung mit dem Irrationalen, edited by Wolfgang Behringer, Sönke Lorenz and Dieter R. Bauer, 309–330. Bielefeld: Verlag für Regionalgeschichte, 2016.
  70. Wang, Eugene. “‘The Disarrayed Hills Conceal an Old Monastery’: Poetry/Painting Dynamics in Northern Song.” In The Rhetoric of Hiddenness in Traditional Chinese Culture, edited by Paula M Varsano, 279–302. Albany: State University of New York Press, 2016.
  71. Wang, Eugene. “Time in Early Chinese Art.” In The Wiley-Blackwell Companion to Chinese Art, edited by Martin Powers and Katherine Tsiang, 212–231. Chichester: Wiley-Blackwell, 2016.
  72. Wang, Eugene. “How Was a Gesamtkunstwerk or ‘Total Artwork’ Mapped Out in Shanghai in 2012? Qiu Zhijie’s Reactivation and Beyond.” In Qiu Zhijie: Unicorns in a Blueprint, edited by Defne Ayas, pp. 14–51. Rotterdam: Witte de With Center for Contemporary Art, 2016.

Conference publications

  1. Goossaert, Vincent. “Le jeûne dans l’histoire religieuse chinoise.” In le jeûne dans les monothéismes. LEM (Université de Lille), February 7, 2019.
  2. 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.
  3. 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.
  4. 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.
  5. Jia, Jinhua, and Liu Gonghuang. “雪峰祖庭的創立及其在禪宗史上的意義.” 1025-1023 in Hanchuan Fojiao zuting wenhua guoji xueshu yantaohui wenji 漢傳佛教祖庭文化國際學術研討會文集. Beijing: Zongjiao wenhua chubanshe. 2016.
  6. Liu Yi. “从丝绸之路到书籍之路——中亚与东亚的商业、艺术与书籍交通网络.” Paper presented at 国际学术研讨会 at 加州大学伯克利分校 (UC Berkeley), September 2018.
  7. Liu Yi. “从周舍到李白: 上云乐的艺术与宗教脉络再解读.” 明月天山—“李白与丝绸之路国际学术研讨会论文集 Mingyuetian Mountain – Li Bai on the Silk Road International Symposium, edited by 朱玉麒 Zhu Yuxi and 周珊Zhou Shan, 44-58. 国家图书馆出版社 National Library Press, September 2018.
  8. Liu Yi. “像末的忧思—〈像法决疑经〉硏究之一.” 丝绸之路与新疆出土文献旅顺博物馆百年纪念国际学术研讨会论文集, edited by 王振芬 Wang Zhenfen and荣新江 Rong Xinjiang, 209-29. Beijing:中华书局Zhonghua Publishing House, March 2019.

Edited journal issue

  1. Ohnuma, Reiko, and Barbara Ambros, eds. “Buddhist Beasts: Reflections on Animals in Asian Religions and Cultures.” Special issue, Religions10 (2019).
  1. Robson, James. “The Korean Pokchang Tradition and the Placing of Objects in Buddhist Statues,” Introduction to (forthcoming) Special Issue of the Cahiers d’Extrême-Asie entitled “Consecrating the Buddha: On the Practice of Interring Objects (bokjang) in Buddhist Statues” 2019.

Entries

  1. Anderl, Christoph. “Miscellaneous Informal Remarks on Narrative Structures in Chinese Maitreya Accounts.” In Sun Changwu Jiaoshou Bashi Huadan Jinian Wenji 孙昌武教授八十华诞纪念文集, edited by Ning Jiayu 宁稼雨, et al., pp. 113–43. Tianjin: Baihua wenyi chubanshe, 2016.
  2. Anderl, Christoph. “Medieval Chinese Syntax.” In Encyclopedia of Chinese Language and Linguistics, 2, edited by Rint Sybesma et al., 689–703. Leiden: Brill, 2017.
  3. Anderl, Christoph, and Sven Osterkamp. “Northwestern Medieval Chinese.” In Encyclopedia of Chinese Language and Linguistics, edited by Rint Sybesma et. al., vol. 3, “Men-Ser”, pp. 218–29. Leiden: Brill, 2017.
  4. Anderl, Christoph, Ann Heirman, and Bart Dessein. “Buddhism.” In Oxford Bibliographies in Chinese Studies, edited by Tim Wright. New York: Oxford University Press, 2018.
  5. Heirman, Ann. “Buddhist Monasticism.Oxford Bibliographies in Chinese Studies. Tim Wright. New York: Oxford University Press, 2017.
  6. Heirman, Ann, Christoph Anderl, and Bart Dessein. “Buddhism.” In Oxford Bibliographies in Chinese Studies, edited by Tim Wright. New York: Oxford University Press, 2018.
  7. Kim, Jongmyung. “YI NŬNGHWA.” In Brill’s Encyclopedia of Buddhism: Lives, edited by Jonathan Silk. Leiden: Brill, 2018.
  8. Wang, Michelle C. “Dunhuang Art.” In Oxford Research Encyclopedia of Religion, edited by John Barton et al. Oxford University Press, 2018.
  9. Yang, Zhaohua. “Ucchuṣma”. Brill Encyclopedia of Buddhism, vol. II, edited by Jonathan Silk. Leiden: Brill, 2019.

Interview

  1. 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/.

Peer-reviewed journal article, open access

  1. Bingenheimer, Marcus. “The General and the Bodhisattva – Commander Hou Jigao Travels to Mount Putuo.Journal of Chinese Buddhist Studies 29 (2016): 129–161.
  2. Bingenheimer, Marcus. “Who was ‘Central’ for Chinese Buddhist History? – A Social Network Approach.” International Journal of Buddhist Thought and Culture 28, no. 2 (Dec 2018): 45–67.
  3. Bingenheimer, Marcus, Kin Cheung, Adam Valerio, and Vishma Kunu. “Chinese Religion(s): A Survey of Textbooks.” Studies in Chinese Religions2, no.3 (2016): 315–328.
  4. 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 Computing10, no2 (2016): 127–144.
  5. Chen, Jinhua. “Manuscripts, Printed Canons, and Extra-canonical Sources: A Case Study Based on a Biography from the Xu Gaoseng zhuan (Further Biographies of Eminent Monks) by Daoxuan 道宣 (596–667).”  Studies of Chinese Religions 2 (2016): 1–20.
  6. Chen, Ming 陳明. “’唱歌的故事的来源及在洲的.” 西域研究1 (2017): 113–27.
  7. Chen, Ming 陳明. “<西大成>中国物的写及其.华东师范大学学 4 (2017): 55–64.
  8. Chen, Ming 陳明. “波斯摩尼画死狗故事的文源流探析.” 世界宗教研究4 (2017): 35–62.
  9. 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.
  10. 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.
  11. 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.
  12. Galambos, Imre. “Confucius and Laozi at the Altar: Reconsidering a Tangut Manuscript.” Studies in Chinese Religions2, no. 3 (2016): 237–264.
  13. 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.
  14. Goosaert, Vincent. “Diversity and Elite Religiosity in Modern China: a Model.” Approaching Religion, 7, no. 1 (2017): 10–20.
  15. Heirman, Ann. “How to Deal with Dangerous and Annoying Animals: A Vinaya Perspective.” Religions 10, no. 113 (2019): 1–18.
  16. Huimin, Bhikshu. 梵本《大乘庄严经论》供养、事(17品第1-16偈)注与考察。In《正观杂志》(Satyābhisamaya) Vol 78, 5–70。台湾南投:正观杂志社, 2016.
  17. Jia, Jinhua. “Study on Two Daoist Treatises of ‘Sitting in Oblivion’.” Studies in Chinese Religions2, no.3 (2016): 265–80.
  18. Jia, Jinhua. “From Human-Spirit Resonance to Correlative Modes: The Shaping of Chinese Correlative Thinking.” Philosophy East and West 66, no. 4 (April 2016): 449–474.
  19. 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.
  20. Keyworth, George A. “Apocryphal Chinese books in the Buddhist canon at Matsuo Shintō shrine.” Studies in Chinese Religions2, no. 3 (2016): 281–314.
  21. Kim, Jongmyung. “Korea’s Possible Contribution to the Printing Technology in Europe: A Historical Survey.Hualin International Journal of Buddhist Studies 1, no. 1 (2018): 147–188.
  22. 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.
  23. Meeks, Lori. “Imagining Rahula in Medieval Japan: The Raun Koshiki”. Japanese Journal of Religious Studies 43, no.1 (2016): 131–151.
  24. Nappi, Carla. “Small-Gauge Cities” Mediapolis: A Journal of Cities and Culture3, no. 7 (July 2016), https://www.mediapolisjournal.com/2016/07/small-gauge-cities/.
  25. Nappi, Carla. “Small-Gauge Storytelling.” Mediapolis: A Journal of Cities and Culture3, 20 (June 2016), https://www.mediapolisjournal.com/2016/06/small-gauge-storytelling/.
  26. Shahar, Meir. “The Donkey in Late-Imperial and Modern North China.” Asia Major 32, no. 2 (Fall 2017): 71–100.
  27. 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 (Dec 2017).

Peer-reviewed journal article, subscription

  1. Anderl, Christoph. “Linking Khotan and Dūnhuáng: Buddhist Narratives in Text and Image.” Entangled Religions 5 (2018): 250­­–311.
  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 47, no. 2 (December 2018): 224–255.
  4. 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.
  5. 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,” special edition, edited by Jessica Starling. Religion Compass 12, no. 10 (October 2018).
  6. 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.
  7. Bryson, Megan. “The Great Kingdom of Eternal Peace: Buddhist Kingship in Tenth-Century Dali.” Asia Major, Third Series 32, no. 1 (2019): 87–111.
  8. Chen, Ming. “根本一切有部律典梵汉词语.” 汉语史研究集刊 23 (August 2017): 258–66.
  9. 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.
  10. 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.
  11. Chen, Jinhua. 東亞宗教多媒質資料與跨學科研究芻議.” Shandong Shehui Kexue 山東社會科學, no. 8 (2016): 62–67.
  12. 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.
  13. Chi, Limei. “Kongōbuji zō Chūsonji issaikyō hon “zokukōsōden” maki shi honkoku” 金剛峯寺蔵中尊寺一切経本『続高僧伝』巻四翻刻Tsurumi Daigaku Bukkyō Bunka Kenkyūjo Kiyō 鶴見大学仏教文化研究所紀要. [Departmental Bulletin of the Institute of Buddhist Culture, Tsurumi University], n. 21 (2016): 205–243.
  14. Chi, Limei. “Dōsen no zenhan-sei to “zokukōsōden” shokōbon no seiritsu” 道宣の前半生と『続高僧伝』初稿本の成立 [The first half of Daoxuan’s(596-667)life and the formation of the first version of the Xu Gaoseng zhuan 續高僧傳 completed in the Zhenguan era (627-649)].” 日本古写経研究所研究紀要 [Journal of the Research Institute for Old Japanese Manuscripts of Buddhist Scriptures] 1 (2016): 65–95.
  15. Goossaert, Vincent, “The Four Lives of Zhang Yuchu 張宇初 (1361–1410), 43rd Heavenly Master.” Cahiers d’Extrême-Asie 25 (2016): 1–29.
  16. Heirman, Ann. “Sleeping Equipment in Early Buddhism: From India to China.” Journal of the Oxford Centre for Buddhist Studies 13 (2017): 98–121.
  17. Heirman, Ann. “Sleeping Equipment in Early Buddhism: From India to China.” Journal of the Oxford Centre for Buddhist Studies 13 (2017): 98–121.
  18. Heirman, Ann. “Shoes in Buddhist Monasteries from India to China: From Practical Attire to Symbol of Respect.” Acta Orientalia Academiae Scientiarum Hungaricae 69, no. 4 (2016): 411–439.
  19. Huimin, Bhikshu. ホスピスケアに関わる床仏教宗教の养成について台湾のある医センターにおける活. 《仏教文化研究所纪要》第16号, 25–50. 岐阜:岐阜圣徳学园大学, 2016.
  20. Jia, Jinhua. “Study on Linji Yixuan’s Life.” 臨濟義玄生平事蹟考辨 Zen bunka kenkyūjo kiyō 禪文化研究所紀要 34 (February 2019): 133–149.
  21. Jia, Jinhua. “East Asian Studies on the Analects Review.” Dao: A Journal of Comparative Philosophy 17, no. 2 (2018): 283–286.
  22. Jia, Jinhua. “Comparative Study between the Concept of Detachment in the Aṣṭasāhasrikā and Guo Xiang’s Theory of Eremitism at Court 小品般若經遠離說與郭象朝隱論.” Zongjiaoxue yanjiu 宗教學研究, 1. 2017.
  23. Jia, Jinhua. “Introduction to Classical Chan Buddhism 古典禪研究序論.” Zen bunka kenkyūjo kiyō 禪文化研究所紀要, no. 33 (2016): 207–248.
  24. Jia, Jinhua. “Religious and Other Experiences of Daoist Priestesses in Tang China.” T’oung Pao: International Journal of Chinese Studies 102, no. 4–5 (2016): 321–357.
  25. Keyworth, G.A. Translated by Wang Yue. Relative Orthodoxy in Chinese Buddhism and the Book of the Hero’s March and Spell: A Study of Manuscript Editions of the Suramgama-sutra from Dunhuang and Japanese Manuscript Canons. In Fojiao wenhua yanjiu (Studies of Buddhist Culture) vol. 5. 2020.
  26. Keyworth, G.A. Jojin on the Spot: Some Remarkable Evidence of Eleventh Century Chinese Buddhism from the San Tendai Godaisan ki. Studies in Chinese Religions 2.4: 366-382. 2017.
  27. Keyworth, G.A. ‘Study Effortless-Action’: Rethinking Northern Song Chinese Chan Buddhism in Edo Japan. Journal of Religion in Japan. 6,2: 75-106. 2017.
  28. Keyworth, George A. “Apocryphal Chinese books in the Buddhist canon at Matsuo Shintō shrine.” Studies In Chinese Religions. 2 , Iss. 3, pp. 281-314. 2016.
  29. Keyworth, G.A. Zen and the Longest Chinese Buddhist Spell: On the Dharani from the Chinese Suramgama-sutra. The Eastern Buddhist. 47.1: 81-120. 2016.
  30. Keyworth G.A. Apocryphal Chinese Books in the Buddhist Canon at Matsuo Shintō Shrine.  Studies in Chinese Religions 2.3: 281-314. 2016.
  31. King, Ross. “Korean Sūtras on the Production of Buddhist Images:  The Chosang kyŏng and Image Rituals in the Chosŏn Period.” Cahiers d’Extrême-Asie, edited by James Robson. 2018.
  32. Liu Yi. “论东晋南朝江东天师道的历史渊源—以 ‘大道’ 信仰为中心.” 魏晋南北朝隋唐史 [Journal of the 3–9th Century Chinese History], no. 5 (2018): 9–19. Reprint by Renmin University 人民大学, 2018.
  33. Liu Yi. “古靈寶經的漢譯佛經來源問題—以 ‘敷齋經訣’ ‘劫之譬喻’的史源為中心.” In 道教学刊,第一輯 The Daoist Journal Vol. 1, edited by 何建明 He Jianming. 北京 Beijing:社会科学文献出版社 Social Sciences Publishing House, 2017.
  34. Liu Yi. “靈寶經中的阿丘曾故事研究.” 学研究学刊 9 (Oct 2018): 1–46. Reprint by University of Malaysia 马来西亚大学.
  35. Liu Yi. “经录与文本—(法灭尽经) 类佛经的文獻學考察.” 宗教Religion 5 (2018): 34–42. Reprint by Renmin University 人民大学, 2018.
  36. Liu Yi. “穆王五十二年佛灭說的形成.” 敦煌学 2 (2018): 166–177.
  37. Liu Yi. “大谷光瑞与中国—以明治、大正时期为中心.” 丝绸之路研究集刊 3 (2019): 372–86.
  38. Liu Yi. “After the Buddha’s Nirvāṇa: The Mofa Concept of Chinese Buddhism and Its Rise to Prominence.” Studies in Chinese Religions 4, no. 3 (2019): 277–306.
  39. Liu, Yi.《柏夷〈道教硏究論集〉書評》. In《國際漢學硏究通訊》第十二期, 350—369. 北京:北京大學出版社, 2016.
  40. Liu, Yi.《度人與度亡:一卷本〈度人經〉的形成及其經教基礎》.《敦煌吐魯番研究》第16, 103–123. 上海:上海古籍出版社,2016.
  41. Liu, Yi.《中古佛教的“三聖化導說”——以七寺藏〈清淨法行經〉為中心》. In《唐硏究》第22, 27–48. 北京:北京大學出版社,2016.
  42. Main, Jessica L., Melissa Anne-Marie Curley, and Melanie Coughlin, trans. “The Self-awareness of Evil in Pure Land Buddhism: A Translation of Contemporary Kyoto School Philosopher Keta Masako.” Philosophy East and West 67, no. 1 (January 2017): 192–228.
  43. McBride, Richard. “Korean Sūtras on the Production of Buddhist Images:  The Chosang kyŏng and Image Rituals in the Chosŏn Period.” Cahiers d’Extrême-Asie, special issue, edited by James Robson, 2018.
  44. Robson, James. “”Relic Wary: Facets of Buddhist Relic Veneration in East Asia and Recent Scholarship,” in International Journal of Buddhist Thought & Culture 27 No. 2, pp. 15-38. 2018.
  45. Robson, James. “Review of Tansen Sen, India, China, and the World: A Connected History,” in Journal of Asian Humanities at Kyushu University Vol. 3, pp. 129 – 133. 2018.
  46. Robson, James. “Le taoïsme, perdu puis retrouvé,” in Asdiwal: Revue genevoise d’anthropologie et d’histoire des religions 11, pp. 127-149. 2016.
  47. Sharf, Robert. “Buddha-nature, Critical Buddhism, and Early Chan.” Critical Review for Buddhist Studies, no. 22 (Dec 2017): 105–150.
  48. Sharf, Robert. “What Do Nanquan and Schrödinger Have Against Cats?” Representations 144, no. 1 (Fall 2018): 154–165.
  49. Sharf, Robert. “Knowing Blue: Early Buddhist Accounts of Non-Conceptual Sense Perception.” Philosophy East and West 63, no. 3 (July 2018): 826–870.
  50. 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].” 中古中國研究 Research on Medieval China 2 (2018): 45–71.

 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. “Chinese Buddhist Iconography.” Workshop presented at the FROGBEAR Intensive and International Program on Buddhism at UBC, Vancouver, Canada, August 2018.
  3. Anderl, Christoph. “Medieval Chinese Texts from Dunhuang: Introduction and Readings.” Intensive Course at the University of Zurich, Zurich, Switzerland, March 2018.
  4. 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.
  5. 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.
  6. Anderl, Christoph. “A New Edition and Translation of the 破魔變.” Lecture presented at Cambridge University, Cambridge, UK, January 24, 2018.
  7. 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 “New Frontiers of Huayan Studies: One Asia, Multiple Paths” 3rd International Conference of Huayan Studies, Peking University, November 11, 2017.
  8. 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.
  9. 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.
  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 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.
  12. 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
  13. Benn, James Alexander. “Buddhism and the Invention of Tea Culture in Medieval China.” Lecture presented at the University of Mississippi, April 6, 2018.
  14. Benn, James Alexander. “Symposium on New Directions in the Study of Chan Buddhism.” Chaired at University of Mississippi, Oxford, US, April 6, 2018.
  15. Bingenheimer, Marcus. “Querying and Integrating SNA Data from the China Biographical Database.” Workshop presented at Association of Asian Studies (AAS), Denver, US, March 2019.
  16. 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.
  17. 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.
  18. Bingenheimer, Marcus. “Social Networks in Chinese Buddhist History.” Lecture presented at Fu Jen University, New Taipei City, Taiwan, December 17, 2018.
  19. Bingenheimer, Marcus. “Historical Social Networks in Chinese Buddhism.” Lecture presented at TEI Membership Meeting and Conference at Tokyo University, Tokyo, Japan, September 2018.
  20. 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.
  21. Bingenheimer, Marcus. “Networks in Chinese Buddhist History.” Lecture presented at Digital Humanities Asia Summit at Stanford University, Palo Alto, US, April 27-8, 2018.
  22. 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.
  23. 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.
  24. Friedrich, Michael and Roger Casas. “Buddhism, Knowledge and Power.” Talk presented at Vienna, Austria, July, 11, 2017.
  25. Friedrich, Michael and Shiro Matsumoto. “On the One Vehicle Thought of the Lotus Sutra.” Talk presented at Komazawa University, Tokyo, Japan, June 28, 2017.
  26. 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 University of Chicago, Chicago, US, May 5-6, 2018.
  27. 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 Avi, Israel, May 27-29, 2018.
  28. 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, May 31, 2018.
  29. Goossaert, Vincent. “Guandi and the Taiping War 太平天國戰爭時期的關帝.” Presentation at the International Conference 關公文化國際前沿論壇, Beijing, China, June 27-28, 2018.
  30. Goossaert, Vincent. “The modern Chinese religious literature 近代中國的宗教經卷.” Presentation at the International Conference現代中國宗教研究工作坊, Beijing, China, June 29-30, 2018.
  31. Goossaert, Vincent. “Revisiting the Chinese beef taboo.” Presentation at the Food and religious pluralisms: comparing China and the Mediterranean world at the University of Geneva (Université de Genève), Geneva, Switzerland, September 21-22, 2018.
  32. Goossaert, Vincent. “The Heavenly Master Institution and its production of texts.” Presentation at the Text, Context, and Acts: A Symposium on Chinese Popular Religion in Practice, Rochester, US, September 29-30, 2018.
  33. Goossaert, Vincent. ”May 1919 as the end of the world (as we know it)? Chinese Eschatologies in the Republican-period Context.” Presentation at the International Conference 五四運動與中國宗教的發展, Academia Sinica, Taipei, Taiwan, November 22-28, 2018.
  34. Goossaert, Vincent. “From Diocese to Local Temple? A Historical Proposition on the Continuity Between the Heavenly Master Church and Modern Popular Religion.” Presentation at the International Conference Daoism and Local Cults: Rethinking the Paradigms, Université de Leipzig, Leizpig, Germany, Nov 29-Dec 1, 2018.
  35. 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.
  36. 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.
  37. Goossaert, Vincent. “龍虎山張天師的起源.” Lecture presented at Yuelu shuyuan (Yuelu Academy), Changsha, China, June 28, 2018.
  38. Goossaert, Vincent. “The Origins of the Longhushan Zhang Heavenly Masters.” Lecture presented at Yale University, September 27, 2018.
  39. Goossaert, Vincent. “Les livres de piété de la religion chinoise.” Lecture presented at the Institut Confucius at University of Geneva (Université de Genève), Geneva, Switzerland, November 13, 2018.
  40. Goossaert, Vincent. “龍虎山張天師的起源.”Lecture presented at National Chengchi University, Taipei, Taiwan, November 21, 2018.
  41. Goossaert, Vincent. “Chinese Piety Books.” Lecture presented at the China Centre at Oxford University, Oxford, UK, February 13, 2019.
  42. 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.
  43. 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.
  44. 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 (Université de Genève), Geneva, Switzerland, March 28, 2019.
  45. Goossaert, Vincent. “Eschatology and the Taiping War.” Talk presented at University of California Santa Barbara, Santa Barbara, US, April 11, 2019.
  46. 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.
  47. 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.
  48. 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.
  49. Heirman, Ann. “Sport, movement and shoes in Buddhist monasteries.” Workshop presented at Universität Hamburg, Hamburg, Germany, June 11-13, 2018.
  50. Heirman, Ann. “Insects in Buddhist texts.” Workshop presented at Universität Hamburg, Hamburg, Germany, June 11-13, 2018.
  51. 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.
  52. 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.
  53. 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.
  54. 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.
  55. 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.
  56. Heirman, Ann. “Sleeping environment in Early Buddhism: From India to China.” Presented at The Twenty-Second Conference of the European Association for Chinese Studies, Glasgow, UK, Aug 29-Sept 1, 2018.
  57. Heirman, Ann. “Bodily Care Identity in Buddhist Monastic Life of Ancient India and China: An Advancing Purity Threshold.” Presented at International Workshop The Burden of Superfluous Matters: Towards a Transcultural History of Bodily Wastes at Universität Heidelberg, Heidelberg, Germany, Nov 30-Dec 1, 2018.
  58. Heirman, Ann. “Vinaya and material culture.” Intensive seminar at Shanghai University, Shanghai, China, November 13-18, 2018.
  59. Heirman, Ann. “Bodily Care, Clothes and Shoes from India to China.” Lecture presented at Cambridge University, Cambridge, UK, January 14, 2019.
  60. 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.
  61. 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.
  62. Jia, Jinhua. “Study on Linji Yixuan’s Life.” The 8th Cross-Strait Four Regions and International Conference on the Study of Buddhism, Chinese University of Hong Kong, June 24-26. 2016.
  63. Jia, Jinhua. “The Source of the Chinese Conception of Deity.” The 10th International Conference on Daoist Studies, Taichung, Taiwan, May 26-29. 2016.
  64. Keyworth, G.A. “The Amanosan Kongōji edition of the Biography of Enchin by Miyoshi no Kiyoyuki: A Sacred Teachings (Shōgyō) Manuscript,” at the International Symposium “From Medieval to Pre-Modern Times: Manuscripts and Cross-Cultural Studies” at Peking University, August 24-25, 2019.
  65. 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,” at the International Conference on the Production, Preservation and Perusal of Buddhist Epigraphy in Central and East Asia, August 20-21, 2019; Oxford, UK.
  66. Keyworth, G.A. “Reconsidering the Reception of Guifeng Zongmi 圭峰宗密 (780-841) in Northern Song dynasty Chan Buddhist Chronicles,” presented at the symposium on “Stone Carved Scriptures, Belief, and Religious Life: The Ideology and Medium of the Chinese Buddhist Social Life,” in the Fangshan district, Beijing, China, July 6-7, 2019.
  67. Keyworth, G.A. “What Enchin and Jojin Reveal about Buddhist Ritual Practices in the Jiangnan Circuit in China During the 9th and 11th Centuries,” presented at the International Conference “Famous Figures Associated with Buddhism in the Hangzhou Region,” at the Institute of Humanities and Foreign Languages, China Jiliang University in Hangzhou, China on May 16-19, 2019.
  68. Keyworth, G.A. “Vowing the Buddhist Canon along the Silk Road(s): A Study of Colophons to Manuscripts from Dunhuang and Ancient Japan,” presented at the International Conference “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, on September 21-23, 2018.
  69. Keyworth, G.A. “On Manuscript editions of the Suvarnabhasottama-sutra from Dunhuang and Ancient Japan,” presented at the International Conference on Buddhist Manuscripts and the Preservation of Manuscripts in Central and East Asia, at Cambridge University on August 30-31, 2018.
  70. Keyworth, G.A. “On Xuanzang and Manuscripts of the Mahaprajnaparamita-sutra at Dunhuang and in Early Japanese Buddhism,” presented at the International Conference: “From Chang’an to Nalanda: The Life and Legacy of the Chinese Buddhism Monk Xuanzang (c. 602-664),” in Xi’an, Shaanxi province, China, on August 17-19, 2018.
  71. Keyworth, G.A. “On the Production of Manuscript Buddhist Scriptures and Canons Copied from Bonshakuji in Heian Japan,” presented at the “Identity and Networks in Buddhism and East Asian Religions” conference, at Great Sage Monastery of the Bamboo Grove (Dasheng Zhulin si) on Mount Wutai, and in the city of Datong, in Shanxi province, China, on July 3-5, 2018.
  72. 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,” presented at “Chinese Buddhist Monastery & Social Spaces” international conference at Lian Shan Shuang Lin Monastery, Singapore, June 19-July 2, 2018.
  73. Keyworth, G.A. “Marginalia on Buddhist Manuscripts from Dunhuang and Japan.” Invited talk at Cambridge University, May 3, 2018.
  74. Keyworth, G.A. “The Lute, Lyric Poetry, and Literary Arts in Chinese Chan and Japanese Zen Buddhism,” presented at “Creating the World of Chan/Son/Zen” conference at the University of Arizona, Tucson, Arizona, March 28-30, 2018.
  75. Keyworth, G.A. “Reconsidering the Reception of Guifeng Zongmi (780-841) in Northern Song dynasty Chan Buddhist Chronicles,” 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.
  76. 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,” presented at New Frontiers of Huayan Studies: One Asia, Multiple Paths, at Peking University, November 10-13, 2017.
  77. 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),” 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, at Zhulin monastery, Mount Wutai, Shanxi province, China, July 12- 15, 2016.
  78. Keyworth, G.A. “The Other Great Chinese Trepiṭaka in Japan: Faxian as Translator and Pilgrim in Medieval Japanese Manuscript Canons,” presented at An International Conference: From Xianghuan To Ceylon: The Life And Legacy Of The Chinese Buddhist Monk Faxian (337-422), Taiyuan, Shanxi province, China, March 25-27, 2017.
  79. Keyworth, G.A. “On the ‘Shinto Statues of Matsuo Shrine: Tendai Buddhist Rituals, Iconography, and Veneration in Japan and China,” 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.
  80. Keyworth, G. “How the Mount Wutai Cult Stimulated the Development of Chinese Chan in Southern China at Qingliang monasteries,” presented at International Conference Manjusri in Motion: Multi-Cultural, Cross-Religious Characteristics and International Impact of the Wutai Cult, at Zhulin monastery, Mount Wutai, Shanxi province, China, July 19-22, 2016.
  81. 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, Oct 31-Nov 2.
  82. Laffin, Christina. “Disaster, Human Sacrifice, and Ishimure Michiko’s New Noh Play Okinomiya.” Lecture presented at UCLA, Los Angeles, US, February 22, 2019.
  83. Laffin, Christina. “Frogbear Current Challenges: Diversity and Knowledge Mobilization.” Presented at University of British Columbia, Vancouver, Canada, October 19, 2018.
  84. Laffin, Christina. “Re-Figuring Women of the Past in Medieval and Early Modern Japan.” Panelist for the Association for Japanese Literary Studies, N.p., September 8, 2018.
  85. Laffin, Christina. “Evidence and the Challenge of the Humanities.” Keynote panelist for the Association for Japanese Literary Studies, September 7, 2018.
  86. Laffin, Christina. “Why Do We Study Waka?” Dōzen High School, Japan, June 15, 2018.
  87. 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.
  88. 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.
  89. Robson, James. “Buddhist Images Inside Out: Why Do the Contents of Statues Matter?” Keynote Address for Conference “Consecrating the Buddha: On the Practice of Interring Objects (pokchang) in Buddhist Statues,” Ewha Woman’s University, Seoul, Korea, Aug. 2017.
  90. Rusk, Bruce. “Collecting data and metadata.” Presentation at FROGBEAR Cluster 2.1 Field Trip, Weifang, China, May 2018.
  91. 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.
  92. Sharf, Robert. “Two Truths, Dialetheism, and Chan.” Keynote presented at Indology Conference at National Chengchi University, Taipei, Taiwan, December 14, 2018.
  93. Sharf, Robert. “Making Sense of Chan Gong’an.” Lecture presented at Academia Sinica, Taipei, Taiwan, December 13, 2018.
  94. Sharf, Robert. “On Buddhism, Meditation, and Mindfulness.” Presentation at Dharma Drum Institute of Liberal Arts, Taipei, Taiwan, December 10, 2018.
  95. Sharf, Robert. “The Looping Structure of Buddhist Thought.” Lecture series presented at National Chengchi University, Taipei, Taiwan, December 10-17, 2018.
  96. Sharf, Robert. “Buddhist Modernism, Meditation, and Mindfulness Revisited.” Presentation at Hebrew University of Jerusalem, Jerusalem, Israel. June 5, 2018.
  97. Sharf, Robert. “Upacāra and the Loop.” Presentation at Symposium on A Yogācāra Buddhist Theory of Metaphor by Roy Tzohar at Tel Aviv University, June 30, 2018.
  98. 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.
  99. 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.
  100. 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.
  101. 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.
  102. 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.
  103. Teiser, Stephen. “Paintings of the Wheel of Rebirth in Buddhist Temples.” Presentation at the National Museum of Korea, Seoul, South Korea, September 2018.
  104. 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.
  105. Teiser, Stephen. “Prayer in Buddhism?” Lecture presented at the James S. Hardigg ’44 Lecture at Dartmouth College, January 2018.
  106. 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.
  107. 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.
  108. 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.
  109. 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.
  110. ter Haar, Barend. “Sound in Chinese Buddhist religious culture.” Lecture presented at Winterschool Fagu Mountain, Taiwan, January 2018.
  111. ter Haar, Barend. “Sound in Chinese Buddhist religious culture.” Lecture presented at Charles University, Prague, Czech Republic, April 26, 2018.
  112. Wang, Michelle C. “De-Centering Buddhist Kingship,” chaired by April D. Hughes. Panel at the Association of Asian Studies Annual Conference, Denver, US, March 21-24, 2019.
  113. 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.
  114. 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.
  115. Wang, Michelle C. “The Silk Road and its Multicultural Legacy.” Lecture presented at Loyola University Maryland, Baltimore, US, February 7, 2019.
  116. Wang, Michelle C. “The Visual Culture of Buddhist Maṇḍalas at Dunhuang.” Lecture presented at University of British Columbia, Vancouver, Canada, October 18, 2018.
  117. Wang, Michelle C. “Buddhist Mandalas on the Multicultural Silk Road.” Lecture presented at University of Kentucky, Lexington, US, October 2, 2018.
  118. Wang, Michelle C. “Multicultural Mandalas of the Silk Road.” Lecture presented at Berea College, Berea, US, October 3, 2018.
  119. Yang, Zhaohua. “Methods, Sources and Skills (MSS) in the Study of East Asian Manuscript Culture.” Seminar series presented at Columbia University, New York City, Spring 2019.

Reports, briefs, and other forms of grey literature

  1. Rusk, Bruce et al. Training Material, FROGBEAR Cluster Field Trips, 2017-19.
  2. ter Haar, Berand. Jiyuan: landscape, inscriptions and the past. Web: FROGBEAR Project, June 2017. https://frogbear.org/wp-content/uploads/2016/10/Jiyuan-inscriptions-and-impressions-Report-by-Barend-ter-Haar.pdf

Other – Book Review

  1. Wang, Michelle C. Review of Hyecho’s Journey: The World of Buddhism, by Donald S. Lopez Jr. et al. Reading Religion (Jun 2018).

Other – Database

  1. Anderl, Christoph, and Marcus Bingenheimer. “Database of Medieval Chinese Texts.” 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, Aug 2019. https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=j97HcrQd0Lw
  2. Benn, James. “What are Buddhist Apocryphal Scriptures?” Video produced by FROGBEAR Project. YouTube, Aug 2019. https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=YWN9_261knU
  3. FROGBEAR Cluster 2.1 “Beizhen Temple Visit 2019 – Chinese audio with English subtitles” YouTube, Sept 2019. https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=WqFrqcDUhBE
  4. FROGBEAR Cluster 2.1 “Beizhen Temple Visit 2019 – English audio with Chinese subtitles” YouTube, Sept 2019. https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=nS2RbaQWWFk
  5. FROGBEAR Cluster 2.1. “Dongzhen Temple visit 2018 – English audio with English and Chinese subtitles”  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” 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” 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” 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, Aug 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, Aug 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, Aug 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, Aug 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, Jul 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, Apr 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, Apr 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, Apr 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, Apr 2019. https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=XXsNxTopY3g&list=PLUkA_ZXM8fg3dTzW_9BewWdxoa3Mc3hjY&index=6

 Other – Webpage

  1. Bingenheimer, Marcus. Introduction to GIS and Aerial Imaging in Fieldwork. FROGBEAR Cluster 1.2 webpage 2019: http://mbingenheimer.net/workshops/gis/
  2. Bingenheimer, Marcus. Introduction to Social Network Analysis for the Study of Buddhism and East Asian Religions. FROGBEAR Cluster 1.2 webpage for 2018: http://sna2018.mbingenheimer.net/
  3. Bingenheimer, Marcus. Space & Cyberspace 2017. FROGBEAR Cluster 1.2 webpage for 2017: http://spaceandcyberspace2017.mbingenheimer.net/
  4. Rusk, Bruce. FROGBEAR Data Collection. Webpage hosted by UBC Wiki. Updated May 15, 2019. https://wiki.ubc.ca/Documentation:Library:Circle/FROGBEAR_Data_Collection