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Women's Buddhism, Buddhism's women : tradition, revision, renewal

Auteur: Ellison Banks Findly
Uitgever: Boston : Wisdom Publications, ©2000.
Editie/Formaat:   Print book : EngelsAlle edities en materiaalsoorten bekijken.
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"Throughout Buddhism's history, women have been hindered in their efforts to actualize the fullness of their spiritual lives: they face more obstacles to reaching full ordination, have fewer opportunities to cultivate advanced practice, and receive diminished recognition for their spiritual accomplishments." "Here, a diverse array of scholars, activists, and practitioners explores how women have always managed to  Meer lezen...
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Soort document: Boek
Alle auteurs / medewerkers: Ellison Banks Findly
ISBN: 0861711653 9780861711659
OCLC-nummer: 42935817
Beschrijving: xii, 498 pages : illustrations ; 24 cm
Inhoud: 1. Ordination, affiliation, and relation to the sangha. The nuns at the stūpa : inscriptional evidence for the lives and activities of early Buddhist nuns in India / by Nancy J. Barnes --
Women in between : becoming religious persons in Thailand / by Monica Lindberg Falk --
Voramai Kabilsingh : the first Thai bhikkhunī, and Chatsumarn Kabilsingh : advocate for a bhikkhunī sangha in Thailand / by Martine Batchelor --
Buddhist action : lay women and Thai monks / by H. Leedom Lefferts, Jr. --
Western Buddhist nuns : a new phenomenon in an ancient tradition / by Bhiḳsuṇī Thubten Chodron --Sakyadhītā in Western Europe : a personal perspective / by Rotraut Wurst --
Novice ordination for nuns : the rhetoric and reality of female monasticism in northwest India / by Kim Gutschow --
An empowerment ritual for nuns in contemporary Japan / by Paula K.R. Arai. 2. Teachers, teaching, and lineages. Women teachers of women : early nuns "worthy of my confidence" / by Ellison Banks Findly --
Achaan Ranjuan : a Thai lay woman as master teacher / by Martine Batchelor --
Patterns of renunciation : the changing world of Burmese nuns / by Hiroko Kawanami --
An American Zen teacher / by Trudy Goodman --
Teaching lineages and land : renunciation and domestication among Buddhist nuns in Sri Lanka / by Nirmala S. Salgado --
Transformation of a housewife : Dipa Ma Barua and her teachings to Theravāda women / by Amy Schmidt --
My dharma teacher died too soon / by James Whitehill. 3. Political and social change. Women changing Tibet, activism changing women / by Serinity Young --
The Women's Alliance : catalyzing change in Ladakh / by Helena Norberg-Hodge --
Sujātā's army : Dalit Buddhist women and self-emancipation / by Owen M. Lynch --
Religious leadership among Maharashtrian women / by Eleanor Zelliot --
Jamin Sunim : prison work for a Korean nun, Myohi Sunim : a Korean nun teacher of elderly women, and Pomyong Sunim : flower arranging for the Korean lay / by Martine Batchelor --
Women, war, and peace in Sri Lanka / by Tessa Batholomeusz --
Mae Chi Boonliang : a Thai nun runs a charitable foundation, and Mae Chi Sansenee : a Thai nun as patroness / by Martine Batchelor --
Diversity and race : new koans for American Buddhism / by Janice D. Willis. 4. Art and architecture. From periphery to center : Tibetan women's journey to sacred artistry / by Melissa Kerin --
Performing maṇḍalas : Buddhist practice in transition / by Judy Dworin --
Women, art, and the Buddhist spirit / by Ann W. Norton --
Space as mind/maṇḍala places : Joan Halifax, Tsultrim Allione, and Yvonne Rand / by Sarah D. Buie. 5. Body and health. Sickness and health : becoming a Korean Buddhist shaman / by Hi-ah Park --
Tokwang Sunim : a Korean nun as medical practitioner / by Martine Batchelor --
How a Buddhist decides whether or not to have children / by Kate Lila Wheeler --
Theanvy Kuoch : Buddhism and mental health among Cambodian refugees / by Theany Kuoch --
Women's health in Tibetan medicine and Tibet's "first" female doctor / by Vincanne Adams and Dashima Dovchin.
Verantwoordelijkheid: edited by Ellison Banks Findly.

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"Throughout Buddhism's history, women have been hindered in their efforts to actualize the fullness of their spiritual lives: they face more obstacles to reaching full ordination, have fewer opportunities to cultivate advanced practice, and receive diminished recognition for their spiritual accomplishments." "Here, a diverse array of scholars, activists, and practitioners explores how women have always managed to sustain a vital place for themselves within the tradition and continue to bring about change in the forms, practices, and institutions of Buddhism. In essays ranging from the scholarly to the personal, Women's Buddhism, Buddhism's Women describes how women have significantly shaped Buddhism to meet their own needs and the demands of contemporary life."--Jacket.

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