First Volume of “Hualin Series on Buddhist Studies”

Production and Preservation of Buddhist Manuscripts in Central and East Asia

 

Edited by Ru ZHAN, Jinhua CHEN, Yun JI
Series: Hualin Series on Buddhist Studies I
ISBN: 978-9-81149-575-5
Publishing Date: 2020-12-31
Publisher: World Scholastic Publishers
Pages: 425
Format: Paperback

 

 

Table of Contents

1. Manuscript Network in Central and East Asia

2. Manuscript as Transmission Media

    • 2.1.   On Kambala’s Navaślokī and Its Chinese Translation
      Daisy Sze Yui Cheung 張思睿
    • 2.2.   On the Transmission of the Verse-text of Sa skya Paṇḍita’s Tshad ma rigs pa’i gter and the Rang ’grel-Auto-commentary
      Leonard W.J. van der Kuijp
    • 2.3.   The Manuscript Culture of Confucianism and Buddhism in Medieval China
      Tong Ling 童嶺

3. Technical Aspects of Manuscript Culture

    • 3.1.   Colophons by the Tōdaiji Monk Sōshō (1202–1278): The Threshold between Text and Paratext
      Asuka Sango
    • 3.2.   The Establishment of Mongolian Buddhist Collections: Highlights of Physical Appearance and Production Processes
      Sainbileg Byambadorj

4. Prayers and Rituals

    • 4.1.   Offerings and the Production of Buddhist Scriptures in Dunhuang during the Tenth Century
      Henrik H. Sørensen
    • 4.2.   The Discourse Record of Layman Ruru and Its Transformations in Canonical Liturgical Materials
      Alan Gerard Wagner
    • 4.3.   Prayers for Mediation: Thirteenth-Century Textual Culture between Kōya and Kamakura
      Brian Steininger

 

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