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    Beschreibung: Buddhist narrative and poetry consists of a series of rich and diverse traditions which evolved and were practiced over more than two millennia throughout greater Asia. Such traditions may be found in all Buddhist communities, including those of both Theravada and Mahayana adherents
Beschreibung: Buddhist narrative and poetry consists of a series of rich and diverse traditions which evolved and were practiced over more than two millennia throughout greater Asia. Such traditions may be found in all Buddhist communities, including those of both Theravada and Mahayana adherents
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  • Introduction Found in Translation : Creating Communities through Buddhist Art and Narrative
  • Buddhist Vocabulary and Doctrines in Medieval Shinto Texts : The Foutreenth Chapter of the Reikiki
  • The Notion of Force Majeure (Bhaya) in Siamese and Khmer Legal Codes
  • Xuanzang and the Schools of Dhyana (Zen) in Japan
  • Mapping Burma and Northern Thailand in 1795 : Francis Hamilton's Critical Accounts of Native Maps
  • Romance and Ridle : Buddhist Narratives of Siam
  • Representing the Opposition : Brahmanas and Others in the Jatakas
  • Narratives of the Four Assemblies in the Wat Phra Chetuphon Inscriptions
  • Early Buddhism in Laos : Insights from Archaeology
  • Facts and Figures about the Buddhist Historiography of Lanna, Its Material Culture, and Its Production
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  • Positioning China in Buddhist Modernity : (re)creating China: stinology, the Kyoto school and the Japanese view of the modern world ; Buddhist scholars' views of China in contemporary Japan: Buddhist influence on Japanese sinology ; Buddhist influence in Vietnamese diplomacy toward China lessons from the history of religion
  • Presenting China in Buddhist Diplomacy : Buddhism in Nepali and Sri Lankan perspectives: contextualising China's soft power diplomacy ; Buddism as a solution to 'China threat theories'? Chinese diplomacy and the case of Chinese tooth relic in Myanmar ; The two states of nature in Chinese practice of non/intervention: Buddhism, neo-confucianism, and modernity
  • Transcending China in Buddhist Scholarship : Buddhist influence on China studies in Mongolia: exploring the Mongol-China-Tibet linkages ; A review of the scholarly activities of Christian missionaries and Indian Buddhist monks in China with special emphasis on ancient Chinese documents: the primary sources of China studies in India ; Translation of classics and civilizational dialogue between India and China: role of the Buddhist scholar monks ; Buddhist beliefs relfected in Tibetan daily prayer book in comparison with the Chinese ones.