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Buddhist modernities : re-inventing tradition in the globalizing modern world

Author: Hanna Havnevik
Publisher: New York : Routledge, 2017.
Series: Routledge studies in religion, 54
Edition/Format:   Print book : EnglishView all editions and formats

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Genre/Form: Case studies
Document Type: Book
All Authors / Contributors: Hanna Havnevik
ISBN: 9781138687844 1138687847
OCLC Number: 990667988
Description: xii, 203 pages : illustrations ; 24 cm.
Contents: 1 Buddhist Modernities: Modernism and its LimitsMark Teeuwen Part 1: Early Meetings with Modernity2 The Scope and Limits of Secular Buddhism: Watanabe Kaikyoku (1868-1912) and the Japanese New Buddhist "Discovery of Society"James Mark Shields3 Buddhism and the Capitalist Transformation of Modern Japan: Sada Kaiseki (1818-1882), Uchiyama Gudo (1874-1911), and Ito Shoshin (1876-1963)Fabio Rambelli4 Parsing Buddhist Modernity in Republican China: Ten Contrasting TermsJustin R. Ritzinger5 Seeking the Colonizer's Favours for a Buddhist Vision: the Korean Buddhist Nationalist Paek Yongsong's (1864-1940) Imje Son MovementHwansoo Kim Part 2: Revivals and Neo-Traditionalist Inventions6 Buddhism in Contemporary Kalmykia: "Pure" Monasticism versus Challenges of Post-Soviet ModernityValeriya Gazizova7 Buddhist Modernity and New-Age Spirituality in Contemporary MongoliaHanna Havnevik8 Yumaism: A new Syncretic Religion among the Himalayan LimbusLinda Gustavsson Part 3: Contemporary Sangha-State Relations9 Failed Secularisation, New Nationalism and Governmentality: The Rise of Buddhism in Post-Mao ChinaKoen Wellens10 Militarized Masculinity with Buddhist Characteristics: Buddhist Chaplains and their Role in the South Korean ArmyVladimir Tikhonov11 Re-Enchantment Restricted: Popular Buddhism and Politics in Vietnam TodayAike P. Rots12 "Buddhism Has Made Asia Mild..." - The Modernist Construction of Buddhism as Pacifism Iselin Frydenlund Part 4: Institutional Modernity13 Family, Gender and Modernity in Japanese Shin BuddhismJessica Starling14 Theravada Nuns in the USA: Modernization and TraditionUte Husken15 Some Reflections on Thich Nhat Hanh's Monastic Code for the 21st CenturyJens W. Borgland16 Modernizing American Zen through Scandal: Is "The Way" Really the Way?Stuart Lachs
Series Title: Routledge studies in religion, 54
Responsibility: edited by Hanna Havnevik, Ute Hüsken, Mark Teeuwen, Vladimir Tikhonov, and Koen Wellens.


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