New Series (2000-present) Index

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Volume-no.YearAuthor
[Translator]
[Reviewer]
 
TitleCategoryPage no.
NS32-1 2000 Luis O. Gomez Buddhism as a Religion of Hope: Observation on the "Logic" of a Doctrine and its Foundational Myth Article 1-21
NS32-1 2000 Robert F. Rhodes Imagining Hell: Genshin's Vision of the Buddhist Hell as found in the Ōjōyōshū Article 22-55
NS32-1 2000 Trent Collier Time and Self: Religious Awakening in Dōgen and Shinran Article 56-84
NS32-1 2000 Gregory Schopen The Good Monk and his Money in a Buddhist Monasticism of "The Mahāyāna Period" Article 85-105
NS32-1 2000 Soga Ryōjin, trans. by Jan Van Bragt
With an introduction by Yasutomi Shin'ya
Shinran's View of Buddhist History Translation 106-129
NS32-1 2000 Dennis Hargiss Awakening to the High / Returning to the Low:
The Pilgrim's Ideal in Bashō's Oku no Hosomichi
Views & Reviews 130-156
NS32-1 2000 Enomoto Fumio The Discovery of "the Oldest Buddhist Manuscripts" Review Article 157-166
NS32-1 2000 Donald W. Mitchell Joseph A. Bracken, S.J., The Divine Matrix: Creativity as Link between East and West Book Review 167-171
NS32-1 2000 Shobha Rani Dash Karma Lekshe Tsomo (Editor), Buddhist Women Across Cultures: Realizations Book Review 171-174
NS32-1 2000 Robert F. Rhodes Kevin Trainor, Relics, Ritual, and Representation in Buddhism: Rematerializing the Sri Lankan Theravada Tradition Book Review 174-178
NS32-1 2000 Robert E. Carter, Jeff Shore (Rejoinder) "Better Wrong Than Sloppy" Corrspondence 179-182
NS32-1 2000
Obituary (Dr. J. W. de Jong) Obituary 182-182
NS32-2 2000 Gregory Schopen The Mahāyana and the Middle Period in Indian Buddhism: Through a Chinese Looking-glass
Article 1-25
NS32-2 2000 Lambert Schmithausen Buddhism and the Ethics of Nature : Some Remarks Article 26-78
NS32-2 2000 Florin Deleanu Buddhist 'Ethology' in the Pāli Canon: Between Symbol and Observation Article 79-127
NS32-2 2000 Ian Harris Magician as Environmentalist: Fertility Elements in South and Southeast Asian Buddhism Article 128-156
NS32-2 2000 Soga Ryōjin, trans. by Jan Van Bragt
A Savior on Earth: The Meaning of Dharmākara Bodhisattva's Advent Translation 157-169
NS32-2 2000 David Landis Barnhill Of Bashōs and Buddhisms Views & Reviews 170-201
NS32-2 2000 Ruben L. F. Habito Jacqueline I. Stone, Original Enlightenment and the Transformation of Medieval Japanese Buddhism Book Review 202-207
NS32-2 2000 Jin Young Park Charles Muller, trans., The Sūtra of Perfect Enlightenment: Korean Buddhism's Guide to Meditation Book Review 207-213
NS33-1 2001 Dennis Hirota SYMPOSIUM: Reading The Collected Works of Shinran Preface Article 1-4
NS33-1 2001 John Keenan SYMPOSIUM: Shinran's Neglect of Emptiness Article 5-15
NS33-1 2001 Thomas P. Kasulis SYMPOSIUM: Shin Buddhist Ethics in Our Postmodern Age of Mappō Article 16-37
NS33-1 2001 Dennis Hirota SYMPOSIUM: On Recent Readings of Shinran Article 38-55
NS33-1 2001 Robert F. Rhodes Seeking the Pure Land in Heian Japan: The Practices of the Monks of the Nijūgo Zammai-e Article 56-79
NS33-1 2001 Henry Simoni-Wastila Buddhist Thought and Particularity: Thurman and Abe on a Nondualistic Middle Way Article 80-102
NS33-1 2001 Aramaki Noritoshi A Buddhist Student's Comment on Dr. H. Simoni-Wastila's Paper Comment 103-105
NS33-1 2001 Cathy Cantwell Reflections on Ecological Ethics and the Tibetan Earth Ritual Views & Reviews 106-127
NS33-1 2001 Yamabe Nobuyoshi Internal Desire and the External World: An Approach to Environmental Problems from a Buddhist Perspective Views & Reviews 128-143
NS33-1 2001 Jonathan A. Silk Contribution to the Study of the Philosophical Vocabulary of Mahāyāna Buddhism Reviews Article 144-168
NS33-1 2001 Nelson Foster Norman A. Waddell, Wild Ivy: The Spiritual Autobiography of Zen Master Hakuin Book Review 169-174
NS33-1 2001 John Ross Carter James L. Fredericks, Faith Among Faiths: Christian Theology and Non-Christian Religions Book Review 174-181
NS33-1 2001 Tom J. F. Tillemans Jonathan A. Silk, ed., Wisdom, Compassion, and the Search for Understanding: The Buddhist Studies Legacy of Gadjin M. Nagao Book Review 181-185
NS33-2 2001 D. T. Suzuki Notes and Fragments   1-11
NS33-2 2001  

FEATURE: Japanese Buddhism and Social Ethics Editors' Note

Note 12-14
NS33-2 2001 Christopher Ives Protect the Dharma, Protect the Country: Buddhist War Responsibility
and Social Ethics
Article 15-34
NS33 -2 2001 Ama Toshimaro
Towards a Shin Buddhist Social Ethics
Article 35-53
NS33 -2 2001

Takagi Kenmyō
(Translated by RobertF.Rhodes)

(Appendix)
My Socialism

Article 54-61
NS33-2 2001 Yanagida Seizan
(Translated and introduced by Urs App)
Passion for Zen: Two Talks at the San Francisco Zen Center Article 62-96
NS33-2 2001 Dale S. Wright The 'Thought of Enlightenment' in Fa-tsang's Hua-yen Buddhism Views and Reviews 97-106
NS33-2 2001 Gregory Gibbs Reverence and Reality Views and Reviews 107-121
NS33-2 2001 David R. Loy A New Holy War against Evil? A Buddhist Response Views and Reviews 122-128
NS33-2 2001 Hagiwara Takao Japan and the West in D. T. Suzuki's Nostalgic Double Journeys Views and Reviews 129-151
NS33-2 2001 Robert Kritzer P.S. Jaini, Collected Papers on Buddhist Studies Book Review 152-156
NS33-2 2001 Sybil Anne Thornton Brian D. Ruppert, Jewel in the Ashes: Buddha Relics and Power in Early Medieval Japan Book Review 156-159
NS34-1 2002 William S. Waldron Buddhist Steps to an Ecology of Mind: Thinking about 'Thoughts without a Thinker' Article 1-52
NS34-1 2002 Douglas K. Mikkelson The Cardinal Virtues of the Bodhisattva in Dōgen's Shōbōgenzō Zuimonki Article 53-78
NS34-1 2002 Translated by Norman Waddell Hakuin's Yasenkanna Translation 79-119
NS34-1 2002

Ishikawa Rikizan (Introduced and Translated by William Bodiford )

Colloquial Transcriptions as Sources for Understanding Zen in Japan Views and Reviews 120-142
NS34-1 2002 Victor Sōgen Hori Steven Heine, Shifting Shape, Shaping Text: Philosophy and Folklore in the Fox Kōan Book Review 143-146
NS34-1 2002 Sarah Horton Mikael S. Adolphson, The Gates of Power: Monks, Courtiers, and Warriors in Premodern Japan Book Review 147-148
NS34-1 2002 Robert F. Rhodes Mark L. Blum, The Origins and Development of Pure Land Buddhism: A Study and Translation of Gyōnen's Jōdo Hōmon Genrushō Book Review 149
NS34-2 2002 John B. Cobb, Jr. A Buddhist-Christian Critique of Neo-Liberal Economics Articles 1-15
NS34-2 2002 Keibo Oiwa Slowing Down to Life: Revisiting Schumacher on Religion and Economics Articles 16-24
NS34-2 2002 Ama Toshimaro Shin Buddhism and Economic Ethics Articles 25-50
NS34-2 2002 Andrew Skilton State or Statement?: Samādhi in Some Early Mahāyāna Sūtras Articles 51-93
NS34-2 2002 Jacob N. Kinnard On Buddhist 'Bibliolaters': Representing and Worshiping the Book in Medieval Indian Buddhism Articles 94-116
NS34-2 2002 Takemura Makio Zen and Pure Land: An Important Aspect of D.T. Suzuki's Interpretation of Buddhism Articles 117-141
NS34-2 2002 Bret W. Davis Introducing the Kyoto School as World Philosophy: Reflections on James W. Heisig's Philosophers of Nothingness Review Article 142-170
NS34-2 2002 James Mark Shields Robert E. Carter, Encounter with Enlightenment: A Study of Japanese Ethics Book Review 171-176
NS34-2 2002 Sean Duke Allan Hunt Badiner, ed., Mindfulness in the Marketplace: Compassionate Responses to Consumerism Book Review 176-180
NS35-1&2 2003 Alfred Bloom Kiyozawa Manshi and the Revitalization of Buddhism Articles 1-5
NS35-1&2 2003 Hashimoto Mineo Two Models of the Modernization of Japanese Buddhism: Kiyozawa Manshi and D. T. Suzuki Articles 6-41
NS35-1&2 2003 Fujita Msakatsu Kiyozawa Manshi and Nishida Kitarō Articles 42-56
NS35-1&2 2003 Mark L. Blum Truth in Need: Kiyozawa Manshi and Soren Kierkegaard Articles 57-101
NS35-1&2 2003 Yasutomi Shin'ya The Way of Introspection: Kiyozawa Manshi's Methodology Articles 102-114
NS35-1&2 2003 Paul Harrison Mediums and Messages: Reflections on the Production of Mahāyāna Sūtra Articles 115-151
NS35-1&2 2003 Rhi Juhyung Early Mahāyāna and Gandhāran Buddhism: An Assessment of the Visual Evidence Articles 152-202
NS35-1&2 2003 Aramaki Noritoshi Towards a New Working Hypothesis on the Origin of Mahāyāna Buddhism Articles 203-218
NS35-1&2 2003 Gereon Kopf Neither Dogma nor Institution : Nishida on the Role of Religion Translation 219-240
NS35-1&2 2003 Robert F. Rhodes Paul Groner, Ryogen and Mt.Hiei: Japanese Tendai in the Tenth Century Book Review 241-243
NS35-1&2 2003 Peter Skilling John Clifford Holt, Jacob N. Kinnard, Jonathan S. Walters, eds., Constituting Communities : Theravada Buddhism and the Religious Cultures of South and Southeast Asia Book Review 244-247
NS36-1&2 2004 Trevor Murphy The Leprosy Relief Work of Tsunawaki Ryūmyō Articles 3-30
NS36-1&2 2004 Hishiki Masaharu The Life and Thought of Ogasawa Noboru Articles 31-39
NS36-1&2 2004 Kajiwara Keiichi Buddhism and Hansen's Disease Articles 40-45
NS36-1&2 2004 Georgios T. Halkias Tibetan Buddhism Registered : A Catalogue from the Imperial Court of 'Phang Thang Articles 46-105
NS36-1&2 2004 Gerard Clinton Godart Tracing the Circle of Truth : Inoue Enryō on the History of Philosophy and Buddhism Articles 106-133
NS36-1&2 2004 Demetrios Th. Vassiliades Greeks and Buddhism : Historical Contacts in the Development of a Universal Religion Articles 134-183
NS36-1&2 2004 Sasaki Shizuka A Problem in the Re-establishment of the Bhikkunī Sangha in Modern Theravada Buddhism Articles 184-191
NS36-1&2 2004 Albert Stunkard Suzuki Daisetz : An Appreciation Articles 192-228
NS36-1&2 2004 Robert F. Rhodes Richard K. Payne and Kenneth K. Tanaka eds. , Approaching the Land of Bliss : Religious Praxis in the Cult of Amitābha Book Reviews 229-232
NS36-1&2 2004 Elisabetta Porcu Judith Snodgrass, Presenting Japanese Buddhism to the West :Orientalism, Occidentalism and the Columbian Exposition Book Review 232-236
NS36-1&2 2004 Takahashi Kōichi Robert Krizer, Vasubandhu and the Yogācārabhūmi :Yogācāra Elements in the Abhidharmakośabhāṣya Book Review 236-242
NS37-1&2 2005 Michel Mohr Feature: BUDDHIST AND NON-BUDDHIST TRENDS TOWARDS RELIGIOUS UNITY IN MEIJI JAPAN Introduction Articles 1-7
NS37-1&2 2005 Sueki Fumihiko Building a Platform for Academic Buddhist Studies : Murakami Senshō Articles 8-27
NS37-1&2 2005 Okada Masahiko Revitalization versus Unification : A Comparison of the Ideas of Inoue Enryō and Murakami Senshō Articles 28-38
NS37-1&2 2005 John S. LoBreglio Uniting Buddhism : The Varieties of Tsūbukkyō in Meiji-Taishō Japan and the Case of Takada Dōken Articles 39-76
NS37-1&2 2005 Michel Mohr Murakami Senshō : In Search of the Fundamental Unity of Buddhism Articles 77-134
NS37-1&2 2005 Yamaguchi Aki Awakening to a Universalist Perspective : The Unitarian Influence on Religious Reform in Japan Articles 135-159
NS37-1&2 2005 Ryan Ward Against Buddhist Unity : Murakami Senshō and his Sectarian Critics Articles 160-194
NS37-1&2 2005 Kenneth K. Tanaka The "Latter Days of the Law" Ideology among Chinese Pure Land Buddhist Proponents : The Case of Tao-ch'o and Ching-ying Hui-yuan Article 195-204
NS37-1&2 2005 Ama Michihiro Shifting Subjectivity in the Translation of Shinranfs Texts Article 205-221
NS37-1&2 2005 Suraj A. Pandit Late Hinayana Buddhism and the Translation to Mahāyāna : A Study of the Early Buddhist Samgha and the Buddha Figures at Kanheri Article 222-234
NS37-1&2 2005 Moriyama Shin'ya The Gate of Praise in Vasubandhu's Sukhavativyuhopadesa Article 235-253
NS37-1&2 2005 James W. Heisig Approaching the Ueda Shizuteru Collection Review Article 254-274
NS37-1&2 2005 Galen Amstutz Mark L. Blum and Shin'ya Yasutomi eds., Rennyo and the Roots of Modern Japanese Buddhism Book Review 275-283
NS37-1&2 2005 Ben Brose Steven Heine and Dale S. Wright eds., Zen Classics : Formative Texts in the History of Zen Buddhism Book Review 284-293
NS38-1&2 2007 D. T. Suzuki The Life of a Certain Person Articles 3-7
NS38-1&2 2007 Ueda Shizuteru Outwardly, Be Open; Inwardly, Be Deep Articles 8-40
NS38-1&2 2007 Thomas P. Kasulis Reading D. T. Suzuki Today Articles 41-57
NS38-1&2 2007 Moriya Tomoe “A Note from A Rural Town in America” :The Young Suzuki Daisetsu and the Significance of Religious Experience Articles 58-68
NS38-1&2 2007 Ama Toshimaro An Outline of Natsume Sōseki’s Meian (Light and Darkness) Articles 69-70
NS38-1&2 2007 Valdo H. Viglielmo Sōseki’s Meian Revisited: A Fresh Look at a Modern Classic Articles 71-90
NS38-1&2 2007 Nishitani Keiji On Natsume Sōseki’s Light and Darkness Articles 91-111
NS38-1&2 2007 Ama Toshimaro The Eyes of Pure Objectiveness: Natsume Sōseki’s Search for the Way Articles 112-144
NS38-1&2 2007 Mizukawa Takao Natsume Sōseki and Shin Buddhism Article 145-179
NS38-1&2 2007 Domingos de Sousa Shinjin and Faith: A Comparison of Shinran and Kierkegaard Views & Reviews 180-202
NS38-1&2 2007 Jundō Gregory Gibbs Enduing Themes in Contemporary Pure Land Thought Views & Reviews 203-219
NS38-1&2 2007 Ugo Dessi Japanese Temple Buddhism: Worldliness in a Religion of Renunciationby Stephen G. Covell Book Reviews 220-222
NS38-1&2 2007 Sybille Höhe Encountering the Dharma: Daisaku Ikeda, Soka Gakkai,
And the Globalization of Buddhist Humanism
by Richard Hughes Seager
Book Reviews 223-225
NS38-1&2 2007 Elisabetta Porcu Zen in Brazil: The Quest for Cosmopolitan Modernity by Cristina Rocha Book Review 226-229
NS38-1&2 2007 Angela F. Howard Chinese Steles: Pre-Buddhist and Buddhist Use of a Symbolic Form by Dorothy C. Wong Book Review 284-293
NS38-1&2 2007 Hiraoka Satoshi A Few Good Men: The Bodhisattva Path According to the Inquiry of Ugra by Jan Nattier Book Review 233-236
NS38-1&2 2007 Michael Conway Discourse and Ideology in Medieval Japanese Buddhism
edited by Richard K. Payne and Taigen Dan Leighton
Book Review 237-242
NS38-1&2 2007 Christopher Ives In Memoriam Abe Masao (1915-2006) Obituary 243
NS39-1 2008 Robert F. Rhodes Feature: Developments of Nara Buddhism in Kamakura Japan (I) Introduction Articles 1-10
NS39-1 2008 James L. Ford Jōkei and Kannon : Defending Buddhist Pluralism in Medieval Japan Articles 11-28
NS39-1 2008 David Quinter Emulation and Erasure: Eison, Ninshō, and the Gyōki Cult Articles 29-60
NS39-1 2008 Kemmyō Taira Satō, Translated in Collaboration with Thomas Kirchner D. T. Suzuki and the Question of War Articles 61-120
NS39-1 2008 Terao Kazuyoshi On Buddhism by Nishitani Keiji Book Reviews 121-125
NS39-1 2008 Jessica L. Main Ethics and Society in Contemporary Shin Buddhism by Ugo Dessi Book Reviews 125-132
NS39-1 2008 Hase Shōtō Jan Van Bragt (1928-2007) Obituary 133-138
NS39-2 2008 Michael Pye Suzuki Daisetsu's View of Buddhism and the Encounter between Eastern and Western Thought Articles 1-10
NS39-2 2008 Mark L. Blum Standing Alone in the Faith of Non-Obedience: Suzuki Daisetsu and Pure Land Buddhism Articles 27-68
NS39-2 2008 Suzuki Daisetsu The Prospects for Buddhism in Europe and America Articles 69-78
NS39-2 2008 Suzuki Daisetsu The International Mission of Mahayana Buddhism Articles 79-94
NS39-2 2008 Matsuo Kenji The Life of Eizon Articles 95-124
NS39-2 2008 Minowa Kenryō The Movement for the Revival of the Precepts by the Ritsu School in Medieval Japan Articles 125-158
NS39-2 2008 David G. Lanoue The Haiku Mind: Issa and Pure Land Buddhism Views and Reviews 159-176
NS39-2 2008 Wayne S. Yokoyama Alfred Bloom, The Essential Shinran: A Buddhist Path of True Entrusting Book Reviews 177-179
NS39-2 2008 Elizabeth Tinsley Philip L. Nicoloff, Sacred Kōyasan: A Pilgrimage to the Mountain Temple of Saint Kōbō Daishi and the Great Sun Buddha Book Reviews 180-185
NS40-1&2 2009 Gerhard Marcel Martin Love, Hate, Compassion:
A Buddhist-Christian Depth Psychological Dialogue
Articles 1-10
NS40-1&2 2009 Bart Dessein The Mahāsāṃghikas and the Origin of Mahayana Buddhism: Evidence Provided in the Abhidharmamahāvibhāṣāśāstra Articles 25-62
NS40-1&2 2009 Ann Heirman Speech is Silver, Silence is Golden?
Speech and Silence in the Buddhist Saṃgha
Articles 63-92
NS40-1&2 2009 Alfred Bloom Sharing the Dharma:
An Overview of Shin Propagation in the West
Articles 93-106
NS40-1&2 2009 Ricardo Mário Gonçalves The South American Mission of the Shinshū Ōtani-ha
and its Contribution to Buddhism in Brazil
Articles 107-120
NS40-1&2 2009 Ama Michihiro Rethinking Kaikyō (Overseas Propagation of Japanese Buddhism):
Integrating Perspectives from Both Sides
Articles 121-138
NS40-1&2 2009 Chen Jidong The Transmission of the Jōdō Shinshū Doctrine to China:
The Discovery of "Nanjingyu Shuojiao" and its Significance
Articles 139-150
NS40-1&2 2009 Matsumoto Ikuko On the Significance Today of the Religious Practice of Ōta Kakumin Articles 151-174
NS40-1&2 2009 Michel Mohr Cutting through Desire: Dokuan Genkō’s Odes on the Nine Perceptions of Foulness Translation 175-216
NS40-1&2 2009 James Baskind Steven Heine and Dale S. Wright, eds.,
Zen Ritual: Studies of Zen Buddhist Theory in Practice
Book Reviews 217-224
NS40-1&2 2009 Matsumura Junko Reiko Ohnuma, Head, Eyes, Flesh, and Blood:
Giving Away the Body in Indian Buddhist Literature
Book Reviews 225-227
NS40-1&2 2009 Alicia R. East Dorothy C. Wong with Eric M. Field, eds.,
Hōryūji Reconsidered
Book Reviews 228-230
NS40-1&2 2009 Wamae Muriuki Jérôme Ducor, Shinran: Un réformateur bouddhiste dans le Japon médiéval Jérôme Ducor, Terre pure, Zen et autorité: La Dispute de l’ère Jôô et la Réfutation du Mémorandum sur des contradictions de la foi par Ryônyo du Honganji Book Reviews 231-237
NS40-1&2 2009 Melanie Coughlin Victor Sōgen Hori and Melissa Anne-Marie Curley, eds.,
Neglected Themes & Hidden Variations
Book Reviews 238-249
NS41-1 2010 Mark Allon
and Richard Salomon
New Evidence for Mahayana in Early Gandhāra Articles 1-22
NS41-1 2010 Ingo Strauch More Missing Pieces of Early Pure Land Buddhism: New Evidence for Akṣobhya and Abhirati in an Early Mahayana Sutra from Gandhāra Articles 23-66
NS41-1 2010 Burton Watson The Diamond Sutra Translation 67-100
NS41-1 2010 Galen Amstutz Kiyozawa in Concord: A Historian Looks Again at Shin Buddhism in America Lecture 101-150
NS41-1 2010 Nancy Stalker Elisabetta Porcu, Pure Land Buddhism in Modern Japanese Culture Book Reviews 151-154
NS41-1 2010 James Baskind Ruth Fuller Sasaki, trans. and Thomas Yūhō Kirchner, ed., The Record of Linji Book Reviews 154-157
NS41-2 2010 Peter Skilling Scriptural Authenticity and the Śrāvaka Schools:
An Essay towards an Indian Perspective
Articles 1-48
NS41-2 2010 Bart Dessein The Abhidharma School in China and the Chinese
Version of Upaśānta's Abhidharmahrdayasūtra
Articles 49-70
NS41-2 2010 Matsuo Kenji Death and Buddhism in the Japanese Middle Ages:
From the Standpoint of the Official Monks/"Secluded"
Monks Paradigm of Japanese Buddhism
Articles 71-96
NS41-2 2010 Brian Daizen Victoria The "Negative Side" of D. T. Suzuki's Relationship to War Articles 97-138
NS41-2 2010 Kemmyō Taira Satō
in Collaboration with Thomas Kirchner
Brian Victoria and the Question of Scholarship Articles 139-166
NS41-2 2010 Robert F. Rhodes Stephen F. Teiser and Jacqueline I. Stone, ed.
Readings of the Lotus Sūtra
Book Reviews 167-170
NS41-2 2010 Nancy Stalker Christopher Ives. Imperial-Way Zen:@Ichikawa Hakugen's
Critique and Lingering Questions for Buddhist Ethics
Book Reviews 171-174
NS42-1 2011 Hayashi Makoto Japanese Buddhism and its Modern Reconfiguration
Introduction
Articles 1-8
NS42-1 2011 Nishimura Ryō The Intellectual Development of the Cult of Śākyamuni:
What is "Modern" about the Proposition that the
Buddha Did Not Preach the Mahayana?
Articles 9-30
NS42-1 2011 Hikino Kyōsuke "Hōnen" and "Shinran" in Early Modern Jōdo Shinshū Articles 31-54
NS42-1 2011 Tanigawa Yutaka No Separation, No Clashes:
An Aspect of Buddhism and Education in the Meiji Period
Articles 55-74
NS42-1 2011 Orian Klautau (Re)inventing "Japanese Buddhism":
Sectarian Reconfiguration and
Historical Writing in Meiji Japan
Articles 75-100
NS42-1 2011 Tōzuihen, James Baskind A Daoist Immortal Among Zen Monks:
Chen Tuan, Yinyuan Longqi, Emperor Reigen and the Obaku Text
Articles 100-130
NS42-1 2011 Jeong Yeongsik On the Practice and Prospect of Gongan Seon
in Modern Korean Buddhism:
Focused on its Relation with Vipissana Meditation
Views and Reviews 131-150
NS42-1 2011 Esben Andreasen Chinese Buddhism Today: Impressions Views and Reviews 151-174
NS42-1 2011 Alexander Wynne Steven Collins. Nirvana: Concept, Imagery, Narrative Book Reviews 175-182
NS42-1 2011 Galen Amstutz Najima Junji. Yume to Jōdokyō: Zendō, Chikō, Kūya,
Genshin, Hōnen, Shinran, Ippen no yume bunseki
Book Reviews 183-187
NS42-2 2011 James C. Dobbins Commemorative Lecture
The Many Faces of Shinran:
Images from D. T. Suzuki and The Eastern Buddhist
Articles 1-24
NS42-2 2011 Yasutomi Shin'ya and Itō Emyō Commemorative Lecture Responses Articles 25-36
NS42-2 2011 Yasutomi Shin'ya Problems and Possibilities for Research into the Kyōgyōshinshō
Editor's Introduction
Articles 37-46
NS42-2 2011 Fujimoto Masafumi On the Significance of Shinran's Holographic Version of the Kyōgyōshinshō in English Translation Articles 47-60
NS42-2 2011 Kaku Takeshi The Work of Self-Attestation: The Problems and Possibilities of a Structural Understanding of the Kyōgyōshinshō Articles 61-82
NS42-2 2011 Nobutsuka Tomomichi The Ultimate Consummation of Mahayana Buddhism:
From Birth in the Pure Land to the Path to Complete Nirvana
Articles 83-102
NS42-2 2011 Hase Shōtō The Problem of Merit Transference and the Kyōgyōshinshō Articles 103-114
NS42-2 2011 Pham Thi Thu Giang The Clerical Marriage Problem in Early Meiji Buddhism Articles 115-142
NS42-2 2011 Bret W. Davis Nothingness and (not or) the Individual: Reflections on Robert Wilkinson's Nishida and Western Philosophy Review Article 143-156
NS42-2 2011 Jeff Wilson Michihiro Ama. Immigrants to the Pure Land: The Modernization, Acculturation, and Globalization of Shin Buddhism, 1898-1941 Book Reviews 157-161
NS42-2 2011 Rongdao Lai Beata Grant. Eminent Nuns:Women Chan Masters of Seventeenth-Century China Book Reviews 162-164
NS42-2 2011 Shimazu Eshō Kenneth Tanaka. Pure Land Buddhism: Historical Development and Contemporary Manifestation Book Reviews 165-169
NS43-1&2 2012 Hayashi Makoto Feature: Modernity and Buddhism
Guest Editor's Preface 
Articles 1-6
NS43-1&2 2012 Sueki Fumihiko Introduction to the Symposium on Modernity and Buddhism Articles 7-23
NS43-1&2 2012 Donald S. Lopez Burnouf and the Birth of Buddhist Studies Articles 25-34
NS43-1&2 2012 Thomas A. Tweed Tracing Modernity's Flows: Buddhist Currents in the
Pacific World
Articles 35-56
NS43-1&2 2012 Chen Jidong The Other as Reflected in Sino-Japanese Buddhism: Through the Prism of Modernity Articles 57-79
NS43-1&2 2012 Judith M. Snodgrass Japan’s Contribution to Modern Global Buddhism: The World’s Parliament of Religions Revisited
Articles 81-102
NS43-1&2 2012 Yoshinaga Shin’ichi After Olcott Left: Theosophy and “New Buddhists” at the Turn of the Century Articles 103-132
NS43-1&2 2012 Hayashi Makoto General Education and the Modernization of Japanese Buddhism Articles 133-152
NS43-1&2 2012 Ōtani Eiichi A Comparative Analysis of Buddhist Nationalism in Asia Articles 153-179
NS43-1&2 2012 Je Jum-suk The Modernity of Japanese Buddhism and Colonial Korea: The Jōdoshū Wakō Kyōen as a Case Study Articles 181-203
NS43-1&2 2012 David L. McMahan The Enchanted Secular: Buddhism and the Emergence of Transtraditional “Spirituality” Articles 205-223
NS43-1&2 2012 Galen Amstutz Sexual Trangression in Shinran’s Dream Articles 225-269
NS43-1&2 2012 Jessica Starling Domestic Religion in Late Edo Period Sermons for Temple Wives Articles 271-297
NS43-1&2 2012 Melanie Coughlin Bret W. Davis, Brian Schroeder, and Jason M. Wirth, eds. Japanese and Continental Philosophy: Conversations with the Kyoto School. Bloomington and Indianapolis: Indiana University Press, 2010. Book Reviews 299-304
NS43-1&2 2012 Lin Peiying Christoph Anderl, ed. Zen Buddhist Rhetoric in China, Korea, and Japan. Leiden: Brill, 2011.  Book Reviews 304-307
NS44-1 2013 Lidu Yi Art, Ritual, and Patron: Examining an Unknown Buddhist Cave in Shanxi Articles 1-26
NS44-1 2013 Gábor Kósa Buddhist Monsters in the Chinese Manichaean Hymnscroll and the Guanyin Chapter of the Lotus Sutra Articles 27-76
NS44-1 2013 Achim Bayer From Transference to Transformation: Levels of Understanding in Tibetan Ars Moriendi Articles 77-96
NS44-1 2013 Ueba Akio The Life of Kyōnyo and the Foundation of Higashi Honganji Articles 97-120
NS44-1 2013 James H. Austin Avian Zen Views and Reviews 121-132
NS44-1 2013 Jeff Schroeder Jason Ānanda Josephson, The Invention of Religion in Japan Book Reviews 133-138
NS44-1 2013 Melissa Anne-Marie Curley Kemmyo Taira Sato, Great Living: In the Pure Encounter Between Master and Disciple Book Reviews 139-142
NS44-1 2013 W. S. Yokoyama Mark L. Blum and Robert F. Rhodes, eds. Cultivating Spirituality: A Modern Shin Buddhist Anthology Book Reviews 143-150
     

NS44-2 (2013)
Articles

Introduction: Reformulating "Socially Engaged Buddhism" as an Analytical Category
(Jessica L. Main and Rongdao Lai)
1-34

Zhao Puchu and His Renjian Buddhism
(Ji Zhe)
35-59

Buddhism and its Trust Networks between Taiwan, Malaysia, and the United States
(C. Julia Huang)
59-76

From a Disconnected Society to an Interconnected Society
(Hakamata Toshihide Shun’ei)
77-94

Pilgrimage Reoriented: Buddhist Discipline, Virtue, and Altruism in Bodhgayā
(Kory Goldberg)
95-120

On the Veneration of the Four Sacred Buddhist Mountains of China
(Sheng Kai)
121-143


Book Reviews

Chün-fang YüPassing the Light: The Incense Light Community and Buddhist Nuns in Contemporary Taiwan
(Reviewed by Lindsey DeWitt)
145-150

Gregory G. Gibbs, Becoming Buddhist, Becoming Buddhas, Liberating All Beings
(Reviewed by John Paraskevopoulos)
150-155

John Ross Carter, In the Company of Friends: Exploring Faith and Understanding with Buddhists and Christians
(Reviewed by Thomas Plant)
155-159


Obituaries

Takasaki Jikidō (1926-2013)
161-165

Itō Emyō (1932-2013)
165

Richard DeMartino, Jr. (1922-2013)
166
 
45-1&2 (2014)
Articles

Feature: Transmission and Legitimation in Buddhist Traditions

Introduction: Selecting the Past and Transmitting the Truth
(Michael Pye)
1-10

Chinese Buddhists in Search of Authenticity in the Dharma
(Max Deeg)
11-22

The Eastward Flow of Buddhism and its Waterspouts, Springs, and Countercurrents: Ordination and Precepts
(Paul Groner)
23-46

Five Dharma Transmission Robes at the Zen Temple Tōfukuji
(Yamakawa Aki)
47-76

Indirect Transmission in Shingon Buddhism: Notes on the Henmyōin Oracle
(Elizabeth Tinsley)
77-112

The Creation of Tradition as an Exercise in Doctrinal Classification: Shinran's Forging of the Seven Shin Patriarchs
(Michael Conway)
113-150

The Complex Origins of the Vinaya in Korean Buddhism
(Richard D. McBride II)
151-178

The Significance of the Four-Part Vinaya for Contemporary Korean Buddhism with Reference to the Chogye Order
(Ja-rang Lee)
179-212


Feature: Thai Manuscripts across the Globe

Reading Siamese Buddhist Manuscripts in Ireland
(Justin Thomas McDaniel)
213-232

The Siamese/Thai Buddhist Manuscript Collection at Otani University
(Shimizu Yōhei)
233-252


Translations

Seimei, Sei, and Inochi: Three Japanese Concepts of Life
Ueda Shizuteru (translated and introduced by Victor Forte and Michiaki Nakano)
253-274

Faith and Inochi as Infinite Life
Hase Shōtō (translated and introduced by Michael Conway)
275-297


Book Reviews

Michel Mohr,
Buddhism, Unitarianism, and the Meiji Competition for Universality
(Reviewed by Ōmi Toshihiro)
299-304

Kevin Gray Carr,
Plotting the Prince: Shotoku Cults and the Mapping of Medieval Japanese Buddhism
(Reviewed by Michael Pye)
304-306

John K. Nelson,
Experimental Buddhism: Innovation and Activism inContemporary Japan
(Reviewed by Monika Kiss)
306-312