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strictly peer-reviewed Brill’s Tibetan Studies Library has brought together a considerable number of works by renowned scholars from all parts of the world. often apocryphal.. and supplemented with additional material from Stein’s lectures at the Collège de France. 24 . and the extent to which translations from Chinese. The collection is an important advance in our understanding of the historical development of Buddhist tantra. and China which resulted in what we now consider “Tibetan Buddhism” from the point of view of our earliest sources. 25 Rolf Stein’s Tibetica Antiqua With Additional Materials Rolf A. as well as what a pre-Buddhist religion may have looked like. Here. Stein.Brill’s Tibetan Studies Library Brill’s Tibetan Studies Library Edited by Henk Blezer. Stein also analyzes evidence for the introduction of Buddhism to Tibet. McKeown Tibetica antiqua represents the seminal work on Tibetan religious history by one of the foremost Tibetologists of the twentieth century./ US$ 147.• Brill’s Tibetan Studies Library. India. doing justice to the full spectrum of humanities disciplines. 2 BRILL 2010 • January 2010 • ISBn 978 90 04 18203 5 • Hardback (300 pp. Featuring both monographs and rigorously edited collected volumes. Robert Mayer and Cathy Cantwell examine the consecrations of the wrathful divinity Vajrakīlaya. Stein discusses the cultural and religious interactions among Tibet. Kapstein and Sam van Schaik Esoteric Buddhism in late first millennium Tibet and China is nowhere in evidence so clearly as in materials from Dunhuang. Alex McKay and Charles Ramble For more information please visit brill. They have been substantially updated. and their role as amulets accompanying the deceased. scriptures competed with translations from Sanskrit. it covers all aspects of Tibetan culture well into modernity. Stein first discusses the basic tool of religious language. • April 2010 • ISBn 978 90 04 18338 4 • Hardback (400 pp. Philosophical interpretations of Mahāyoga inform Kammie Takahashi’s study of the ‘Questions of Vajrasattva’.nl/btsl ISSn: 1568-6183 Brill’s Tibetan Studies Library has established itself as one of the foremost academic book series in the fast-growing field of Tibetan Studies. thus offering a wide overview of more than a decade of first-rate scholarship on a culture with an ever-increasing international appeal.• Brill’s Tibetan Studies Library. In the original contributions presented here. these groundbreaking articles are for the first time in the English language. In the closing chapter. as distinct from modern Bon. the Dunhuang manuscripts. The background for later Tibetan tantric mortuary rites are examined in chapters by Yoshiro Imaeda and Matthew Kapstein.. In the course of its existence. Translated and edited by Arthur P. while Sam van Schaik considers approaches to the vows of tantric adepts.) • List price EUR 130. Herein. This series includes three subseries – each devoted to special occasions or themes: Proceedings of the ninth Seminar of the IATS in 2000 (Leiden) Proceedings of the Tenth Seminar of the IATS in 2003 (Oxford) Languages of the Greater Himalayan Region TIBeTAN ANd BUddhIST STUdIeS Esoteric Buddhism at Dunhuang Rites and Teachings for This Life and Beyond Edited by Matthew T. Katherine Tsiang investigates early printing in relation to esoteric dhāraṇīs.) • List price EUR 103./ US$ 185.
have been experienced by Tibetan. Conflict and Social Order in Tibet and Inner Asia Edited by Fernanda Pirie and Toni Huber Revolution and social dislocation under the communist regimes of China and the Soviet Union. Mongolian and Siberian people. 574 pp.• Brill’s Tibetan Studies Library. society../ US$ 117. while some beliefs and practices per se changed after the Tibetan Empire. and that the 1950 incursion by the Chinese was an invasion of a sovereign country. as conflict. arguing that Tibet has long been an independent nation. Translated and annotated by Derek F.Brill’s Tibetan Studies Library One Hundred Thousand Moons An Advanced Political History of Tibet by Tsepon Wangchuk Deden Shakabpa. assesses the experiences and legacies of such events. The book includes a compendium of biographies of the most significant figures in Tibet’s past. the early Tibetan imperial court realized how useful normative Buddhist concepts were. this volume serves as an introduction to many aspects of Tibetan culture. This volume.. thus distorting our view of its enculturation.• Brill’s Tibetan Studies Library. 21 . showing how relationships formed in the Imperial period underlie many of the unique characteristics of traditional Tibetan Buddhism. Walter The Political and Religious Culture of Early Tibet 3 BRILL 2010 • June 2009 • ISBn 978 90 04 17584 6 • Hardback (xxviii.. The author situates Tibet’s relations with a series of Chinese. followed by the upheavals of reform and modernisation. vol. 22 This book convincingly reassesses the role of political institutions in the introduction of Buddhism under the Tibetan Empire (c. the contributors discuss evidence of social continuity. • July 2008 • ISBn 978 90 04 15817 7 • Hardback (vi. • October 2009 • ISBn 978 90 04 17732 1 • Hardback (vol. this volume elaborates Tibetan political history. as well as the recreation of social order.2: viii./ US$ 398.. this volume provides an original comparative perspective on both Tibet and Inner Asia.• Brill’s Tibetan Studies Library. forcibly integrated into these nation states. Simultaneously. an essentially religious connection in which Tibetan religious figures offered spiritual instruction to the contemporaneous emperor or other militarily powerful figure in exchange for protection and religious patronage.) • List price EUR 130. 612 pp) • List price EUR 269. Following the pattern of Buddhism’s spread elsewhere in Asia. bringing together case studies from throughout the region.) • List price EUR 82. and especially religion. Maher Drawing on a vast array of historical and biographical sources.1: xlviii. 23 TIBeT ANd BUddhIST STUdIeS Buddhism and Empire Michael L. the author persuasively argues that later sources hitherto used for the history of early Tibetan Buddhism in fact project later ideas backward. This work clearly shows that./ US$ 185. Taking original sources as a point of departure. violence and social disruption. 274 pp. 316 pp. Engaging with anthropological debates on conflict and social order. the model of socio-political-religious leadership developed in that earlier period survived its demise and still constitutes a significant element in contemporary Tibetan Buddhist religious culture. cultural and religious resources. Manchurian. Highlighting the agency of those who shape and manipulate conflict and social order and their historical. 620-842). and Mongolian empires in terms of the preceptor-patron relationship.
20 Tibetan Transitions Historical and Contemporary Perspectives on Fertility. TIBeTAN ANd BUddhIST STUdIeS • July 2008 • ISBn 978 90 04 16713 1 • Hardback (x. Throughout his life. the editors argue for the need to situate Ladakh in an Indian and South Asian context. however. and Tibetan exile communities in South Asia. In detailed empirical case-studies the contributors document and analyse change and continuities in this region brought about by colonialism. Family Planning. economic strategies. gender equity. Studies from the neighbouring (sub)regions of Kargil. the highlands of nepal. 19 4 BRILL 2010 Enlightened Rainbows Jean-Luc Achard The Life and Works of Shardza Tashi Gyeltsen • May 2008 • ISBn 978 90 04 16823 7 • Hardback (xxxii.) • List price EUR 103. he is best associated with the movement known as “new Bon”. 324 pp. Special attention is devoted to how institutions (governmental and religious) and the agency of individuals shape reproductive outcomes in both historical and contemporary Tibetan societies. this book provides a theoretical perspective on demographic processes by linking fertility transitions with family systems. . while also taking into account its cultural. Ladakh. and to document recent transitions from high to low fertility throughout the Tibetan world.. This widely diffused view./ US$ 147.. and how demographic data has been interpreted and deployed in recent political debates. His works have nowadays become immensely important references for the modern Bon tradition. even if.Brill’s Tibetan Studies Library Modern Ladakh Anthropological Perspectives on Continuity and Change Edited by Martijn van Beek and Fernanda Pirie The modern history of Ladakh has been profoundly shaped by influences from South Asia and beyond. as well as to Ladakh. Using the author’s case studies on historical Tibet. linguistic and historical ties with Tibet. the Tibet Autonomous Region. independence and modernisation. 504 pp. and family planning ideologies.• Brill’s Tibetan Studies Library.) • List price EUR 134. In an introductory review essay highlighting emerging themes and continuing debates in the scholarship on Ladakh./ US$ 191. for some lineage holders of this Tibetan school. • July 2008 • ISBn 978 90 04 16808 4 • Hardback (xx. Tibetan and South Asian studies.• Brill’s Tibetan Studies Library. 18 Shardza Tashi Gyeltsen (1859-1934) is one of the most important luminaries of the Bon tradition of Tibet and certainly the most striking recent master of the teachings of the Great Perfection. Zangskar and Baltistan are brought together to make an important contribution to the anthropological and sociological literature on development and modernity. is wrong as is clearly shown by the analysis of Shardza Rinpoche’s Collected Works in the present volume.. 314 pp./ US$ 147. and Demographic Change Geoff Childs Tibetan Transitions uses the dual lenses of anthropology and demography to analyze population regulating mechanisms in traditional Tibetan societies. he applied the principles of the Great Perfection in numerous isolated retreats and perfected both spiritual realization and scholarly erudition.) • List price EUR 103.• Brill’s Tibetan Studies Library.
/ US$ 218. 244 pp. 14 5 BRILL 2010 Peace and Conflict in Ladakh The Construction of a Fragile Web of Order Fernanda Pirie • December 2006 • ISBn 978 90 04 15596 1 • Hardback (xii.. Kapstein and Brandon Dotson • July 2007 • ISBn 978 90 04 16064 4 • Hardback (ii .) • List price EUR 97./ US$ 154. taking into consideration the sacred history of the land as well as its more recent political and economic transformation. 13 Tibetan Tantric Manuscripts from Dunhuang A Descriptive Catalogue of the Stein Collection at the British Library Jacob Dalton and Sam van Schaik • October 2006 • ISBn 978 90 04 15422 3 • Hardback (xxxiv./ US$ 107. 228 pp..) • List price EUR 75.• Brill’s Tibetan Studies Library. these being rituals of the sacred land.• Brill’s Tibetan Studies Library.• Brill’s Tibetan Studies Library. • June 2008 • ISBn 978 90 04 16706 3 • Hardback (400 pp..• Brill’s Tibetan Studies Library. 41 illus) • List price EUR 108. characterizes the lama-shaman relationship.Brill’s Tibetan Studies Library Lamas. Shamans and Ancestors Village Religion in Sikkim Anna Balikci This careful study of the co-existence over time of Buddhism and shamanism among the Lhopo (Bhutia) people of Sikkim sheds new light on their supposedly hostile relationship. 15 Contributions to the Cultural History of Early Tibet Edited by Matthew T.) • List price EUR 103.. In contrast to the hostility which. It examines the working relationships between Buddhist lamas and practitioners of bon.• Brill’s Tibetan Studies Library. the recent literature suggests. 12 . 6 illus. 17 TIBeTAN ANd BUddhIST STUdIeS nomads of Eastern Tibet Social Organization and Economy of a Pastoral Estate in the Kingdom of Dege Rinzin Thargyal./ US$ 147.) • List price EUR 153. their association reveals that the real confrontation occurs when village Buddhism is challenged by its conventional counterpart. Their interactions are presented in terms of the contexts in which lamas and shamans meet. of the individual and household../ US$ 138. Edited by Toni Huber • August 2007 • ISBn 978 90 04 15813 9 • Hardback (xii. xiv. and of village and state. Village lamas and shamans are shown to share a conceptual view of reality which is at the base of their amiable coexistence. 390 pp. 304 pp.
4 Lhasa in the Seventeenth Century The Capital of the Dalai Lamas Edited by Françoise Pommaret.. 8 Bon Po Hidden Treasures A Catalogue of gTer ston bDe chen gling pa’s Collected Revelations Jean-Luc Achard • March 2004 • ISBn 978 90 04 13835 3 • Hardback (xxxii. 278 pp.) • List price EUR 144./ US$ 205. 32 illus. 10 illus. Sacred Mountains and Related Bon Textual Traditions in Upper Tibet Calling Down the Gods John Vincent Bellezza • May 2005 • ISBn 978 90 04 14388 3 • Hardback (xvi. Second edition Samten Karmay • April 2007 • ISBn 978 90 04 15142 0 • Hardback (xiv.. 11 Ladakhi Histories Local and Regional Perspectives Edited by John Bray • June 2005 • ISBn 978 90 04 14551 1 • Hardback (x.• Brill’s Tibetan Studies Library. 6 6 BRILL 2010 Soviet Russia and Tibet The Debacle of Secret Diplomacy./ US$ 159./ US$ 154./ US$ 185./ US$ 159.• Brill’s Tibetan Studies Library. 1918-1930s Alexandre Andreyev • April 2003 • ISBn 978 90 04 12952 8 • Hardback (xxii. 248 pp.) • List price EUR 160.) • List price EUR 111.• Brill’s Tibetan Studies Library.Brill’s Tibetan Studies Library The Great Perfection (rdzogs chen) A Philosophical and Meditative Teaching of Tibetan Buddhism.• Brill’s Tibetan Studies Library... 9 TIBeTAN ANd BUddhIST STUdIeS Spirit-mediums.) • List price EUR 111.. 296 pp.) • List price EUR 108.) • List price EUR 130. 24 illus. 434 pp. 568 pp.• Brill’s Tibetan Studies Library.• Brill’s Tibetan Studies Library. Translated by Howard Solverson • november 2002 • ISBn 978 90 04 12866 8 • Hardback (xvi. 3 ../ US$ 228. 406 pp.
/ US$ 340. vol. With financial support of the International Institute for Asian Studies (www. often endangered languages and cultures from the heart of Asia For more information please visit brill.. and dictionaries of languages from the Himalayas and surrounding tracts. clause-concatenating constructions. Volume I clarifies the precise meanings of numerous grammatical and lexical categories. offering real insight into the conceptual universe of this typologically highly interesting tonal language. Written from a functionaltypological perspective. 7 BRILL 2010 • September 2010 • ISBn 978 90 04 18489 3 • Hardback (vol 1: xxvi.iias. Volume II contains a dictionary. morphosyntactic structure. 488 pp. It is a truly comprehensive description. forming part of Brill’s Tibetan Studies Library. The volume will be of interest to language students. it contains a wealth of illustrative examples both from elicited data and from spontaneously generated texts.. including sections on phonology. Anton Lustig’s Grammar and Dictionary of Zaiwa is a thorough and unique documentation of this main language of the Jingpo minority in southwest China.• Brill’s Tibetan Studies Library / Languages of the Greater Himalayan Region. 1076 pp.2: xii. Andvik A Grammar of Tshangla is the first major linguistic description of Tshangla. 562 pp. This work is also a historical monument for and tribute to this endangered language. lexicon.) • List price EUR 239. documentation. as well as discourse-pragmatic features.nl). with suprasegmental traits.• Brill’s Tibetan Studies Library / Languages of the Greater Himalayan Region.. • May 2010 • ISBn 978 90 04 17827 4 • Hardback (xviii.) • List price EUR 121./ US$ 179. and southwest China. in a holistic and all-encompassing but also vivid way.nl/btsllgh A Grammar and Dictionary of Zaiwa Two Volume Set TIBeTAN ANd BUddhIST STUdIeS Anton Lustig Dr. a Tibeto-Burman language spoken in Bhutan. stories and songs. and to linguists and ethnographic scholars seeking to understand the Bhutanese and South Asian linguistic situation. 5/10 . Essential information on hitherto undescribed. northeast India. features comprehensive grammars. morphophonemics. 5/11 A Grammar of Tshangla Erik E.Brill’s Tibetan Studies Library – Languages of the Greater himalayan Region Languages of the Greater Himalayan Region The subseries “Languages of the Greater Himalayan Region” edited by George van Driem. The large amount of raw language data presented here make this Grammar of Tshangla an indispensable tool for students of Tibeto-Burman comparative linguistics and morphosyntactic theory in general.
This book will interest those interested in descriptive linguistics. a little known and endangered tongue spoken in the lowlands of southeastern nepal by about 20. is detailed in this work. Verb paradigms. With data gathered in the village of Āṭhiyābārī.• Brill’s Tibetan Studies Library / Languages of the Greater Himalayan Region../ US$ 154. and supplemented by Fengxiang Li. • May 2009 • ISBn 978 90 04 17573 0 • Hardback (640 pp. Under intense contact with Lisu.• Brill’s Tibetan Studies Library / Languages of the Greater Himalayan Region. and contact induced change.. King The present work. providing annotation. is based on extensive field work by the author and contains a chapter with background information on the Sunwar language./ US$ 132. The English edition is a reworking of the original Chinese version. songs and a Dhimal-English glossary. riddles. its speakers and their culture. 5/7 This description of Sunwar. annotated. language history. followed by sections on the phonology. 318 pp. Translated. an expanded lexicon. In the almost fifty years. an endangered Tibeto-Burman language spoken in eastern Nepal.000 individuals. Contact between the Sunwar and nepali languages resulted in language change.) • List price EUR 108. contact-induced changes. a Sunwar-English glossary and bibliographical references are also presented. a grammar of Dhimal. language change and languages of South Asia. . 5/9 TIBeTAN ANd BUddhIST STUdIeS A Grammar of Dhimal John T. Texts and Glossary • April 2008 • ISBn 978 90 04 16709 4 • Hardback (xxvi. fills an important void in the documentation of the vast and ramified Tibeto-Burman language family. it has undergone radical.) • List price EUR 93. and an appendix that contains an instrumental study of the language. most visible in the verbal system. major change has occurred in the language.) • List price EUR 180. Joining other recent ground-breaking linguistic descriptions by researchers from the Himalayan Languages Project at Leiden University. Dhimal. Included in this reference work are seventeen texts. Sun Hongkai has been documenting the Anong language of Yunnan China. • September 2009 • ISBn 978 90 04 17686 7 • Hardback (276 pp. using over 1000 examples to illustrate usage. The language of the less than forty remaining speakers is quite different than the Anong of forty years ago. Ela Thurgood and Graham Thurgood A work that will be of interest to those interested in typology.• Brill’s Tibetan Studies Library / Languages of the Greater Himalayan Region. the indigenous writing system and the morphology of Sunwar. where the older biactantial agreement system typical for Kiranti languages disappeared and suffix conjugations emerged. this book documents the radical restructuring of Anong over the last 40 years under intense contact with Lisu. much of it documented in this work of Sun’s./ US$ 256. 5/8 8 BRILL 2010 A Grammar of Sunwar Dörte Borchers Descriptive Grammar.. glossed texts.Brill’s Tibetan Studies Library – Languages of the Greater himalayan Region A Grammar of Anong Language Death Under Intense Contact Hongkai Sun and Guangkun Liu. Paradigms. the author crafts a readable description of the western dialect. this grammar of Dhimal will have lasting scientific value and aid the Dhimal community in preserving their language.
/ US$ 138. 406 pp. 16 illus. Texts and Cultural Survey of a Kiranti Tribe of Eastern Nepal Jean Robert Opgenort • August 2004 • ISBn 978 90 04 13831 5 • Hardback (xxxii.V.) • List price EUR 97. 288 pp. 5/5 Grammar of Kulung Gerard Jacobus Tolsma • May 2006 • ISBn 978 90 04 15330 1 • Hardback (xvi../ US$ 250.) • List price EUR 176. 5/3 A Grammar of Wambule Grammar.• Brill’s Tibetan Studies Library / Languages of the Greater Himalayan Region. 904 pp.• Brill’s Tibetan Studies Library / Languages of the Greater Himalayan Region.• Brill’s Tibetan Studies Library / Languages of the Greater Himalayan Region.) • List price EUR 119. 5/2 9 BRILL 2010 Rabha U./ US$ 146. 256 pp. Joseph • December 2006 • ISBn 978 90 04 13321 1 • Hardback (xxxii.) • List price EUR 217. 5/1 . Lexicon.• Brill’s Tibetan Studies Library / Languages of the Greater Himalayan Region.. 864 pp..) • List price EUR 102..• Brill’s Tibetan Studies Library / Languages of the Greater Himalayan Region.Brill’s Tibetan Studies Library – Languages of the Greater himalayan Region A Grammar of Lepcha Heleen Plaisier • november 2006 • ISBn 978 90 04 15525 1 • Hardback (xvi. 5/4 TIBeTAN ANd BUddhIST STUdIeS A Grammar of Jero With a Historical Comparative Study of the Kiranti Languages Jean Robert Opgenort • April 2005 • ISBn 978 90 04 14505 4 • Hardback (xxvi./ US$ 169./ US$ 310..
Shigatse and other areas of the Tibetan world. literature. Golok. diverse and dynamic phenomena which reflect changing social and historical conditions at the same time while also appealing to or preserving an older canon of traditions.. Using methodologies drawn from anthropological and textual scholarship. as well as an important contribution to our understandings of modernity and development in the modern world. 2003 Proceedings of the Tenth Seminar of the IATS. . Himalayan studies. China. childbirth. caste. pop music. 450 pp. 458 pp.) • List price EUR 88. 2003.• Brill’s Tibetan Studies Library / Proceedings of the Tenth Seminar of the IATS. these seven essays bolster our understanding of religious practices and their performers beyond the monasteries of Central and Eastern Tibet. visionaries. 2003. environment. 10 BRILL 2010 • May 2008 • ISBn 978 90 04 15522 0 • Hardback (xxii. for the first time Tibetan Medicine is approached from a combination of anthropology and history. environmental science. These two disciplines appear to be vital to come to understand Tibetan medical knowledge and practice as being complex. This volume seeks to balance this emphasis with an exploration of the diverse religious specialists who operate outside of the monastery in Tibet and along the Himalayan belt. 10/12 Monasteries have been the locus classicus of the academic investigation of Tibetan religions.• Brill’s Tibetan Studies Library / Proceedings of the Tenth Seminar of the IATS. Lhasa.. art and linguistics.nl/btslpts Buddhism Beyond the Monastery Edited by Sarah Jacoby and Antonio Terrone Tantric Practices and their Performers in Tibet and the Himalayas • September 2009 • ISBn 978 90 04 17600 3 • Hardback (202 pp. economics. media and painting in Tibetan communities today. The articles collected here depict Tantric professionals. village lamas./ US$ 138. and female religious leaders whose loyalties reside in the noncelibate sphere but whose activities have had a significant impact on Tibetan religion.• Brill’s Tibetan Studies Library / Proceedings of the Tenth Seminar of the IATS. Based on field work by researchers from the fields of anthropology. It will provide important and sometimes surprising results for students of Tibet. 10/11 Soundings in Tibetan Medicine Edited by Mona Schrempf Anthropological and Historical Perspectives • October 2007 • ISBn 978 90 04 15550 3 • Hardback (vi. sociology. it presents essays on education. 10/10 In this volume.Brill’s Tibetan Studies Library – Proceedings of the Tenth Seminar of the IATS. Xining.. 2003. 2003 For more information please visit brill.) • List price EUR 97. and India from historical times to the present day. spirit mediums./ US$ 132. The findings emerge from studies carried out in Ladakh.) • List price EUR 93. Bhutan./ US$ 126. TIBeTAN ANd BUddhIST STUdIeS Tibetan Modernities Notes from the Field on Cultural and Social Change Edited by Robert Barnett and Ronald Schwartz This is the first major publication in the West to study modernity and its impact on contemporary Tibet.
16/1 . shows us the uneven and sometimes confusing mixture of past and present that is emerging in Arunachal Pradesh. Himalayan Tribal Tales Stuart Blackburn Oral Tradition and Culture in the Apatani Valley 11 BRILL 2010 • October 2008 • ISBn 978 90 04 17133 6 • Hardback (xviii. have been described in northeast India and upland Southeast Asia for more than a century. reveal that tribal cultures in this remote mountainous region have been continually reacting to external forces and initiating internal innovations. Their origin myths.Brill’s Tibetan Studies Library – Tribal Cultures in the eastern himalayas Tribal Cultures in the Eastern Himalayas For more information please visit brill. More than 200 photographs. performance and ritual language are also described. juxtaposing the historical and the contemporary../ US$ 98./ US$ 107. it illustrates a century and a half of cultural change in this culturally diverse and little-known region of the Himalayas. 1859-2006 Michael Aram Tarr and Stuart Blackburn This is the first visual history of Arunachal Pradesh. as well as performance contexts and genre system. a state in northeast India bordering on Tibet/China. in which fertility is celebrated. this is the first book to present a full translation of the accompanying chant and to integrate it into the interpretation of the social significance of the total event. half archival and half contemporary. 16/3 At the centre of this study is a shaman’s chant performed during a three-week long feast in the eastern Himalayas. the Apatanis. are a small population of Tibeto-Burman speakers who live in a narrow valley halfway between Tibet and Assam. The book includes a translation of this 12-hour text chanted in Apatani. 298 pp. Ritual Exchange and Fertility in the Apatani Valley TIBeTAN ANd BUddhIST STUdIeS • March 2010 • ISBn 978 90 04 17578 5 • Hardback (448 pp. The subject of the volume.• Brill’s Tibetan Studies Library / Tribal Cultures in the Eastern Himalayas. Based on archival and field research. oral histories. and a description of the events that surround it. migration legends.. Through the Eye of Time Photographs of Arunachal Pradesh. reveal key cultural ideas and social practices.• Brill’s Tibetan Studies Library / Tribal Cultures in the Eastern Himalayas. incl. emphasising the complexity of the colonial encounter and uncovering personal stories behind many of the images. shifts in tribal identity and the reinvention of religion.• Brill’s Tibetan Studies Library / Tribal Cultures in the Eastern Himalayas.nl/btsltc The Sun Rises Stuart Blackburn A Shaman’s Chant. 16/2 This study of an oral tradition in northeast India is the first of its kind in this part of the eastern Himalayas.. Burma and Bhutan. Although complex feasts. especially ritual exchanges with ceremonial friends. like this one among Apatanis. The sequence of photographs. a Tibeto-Burman language./ US$ 110.) • List price EUR 72. 218 pp. The shaman’s social role.) • List price EUR 75. The Introduction places the archival photographs in their wider context. trickster tales and ritual chants. A comparative analysis reveals parallel stories in an area stretching from central Arunachal Pradesh into upland Southeast Asia and southwest China. • April 2008 • ISBn 978 90 04 16522 9 • Hardback (x. 24 pp of full color illustrations) • List price EUR 69.
science and technology. 400 pp. the author argues that he was in fact a Buddhist. not only has Esoteric Buddhism contributed substantially to the development of Buddhism in many cultures. as well as the East Asian countries China./ US$ 141. It left its imprint not only on its native India. but it also facilitated the transmission of religious art and material culture. multiculturalism pushes them not only toward change and reforms. This process should remind us of the Jewish legend of the Golem – an animated being created by man which finally challenges the latter’s control over it . This volume. and the expectation that globalization would be bound to polarize homogeneous civilizations.Buddhism Esoteric Buddhism and the Tantras in East Asia Edited by Charles D.) • List price EUR 213./ US$ 137. on Southeast Asia. Liang’s thoughts are analysed within the background of the intellectual debates on religion in republican China.a dialectic relation. the result of an international collaboration of forty scholars./ US$ 303. he advocated for the present time Confucianism as the ethical religion that would lead ultimately to the Buddhist liberation. and even the last Confucian.. Section 4 China.. Examining Liang’s religious belief sheds new light on his fascinating life. indeed.• Modern Chinese Philosophy.) • List price EUR 99. World religions are effectively a major agent of the multiculturalization of contemporary societies. Central Asia. Korean. 23 .• International Comparative Social Studies. but also toward new conflicts between and within them. Henrik H. Orzech (General Editor). particularly his involvement in the Rural Reconstruction movement of the nineteen-thirties.nl/icss • October 2010 • ISBn 978 90 04 18892 1 • Hardback (approx. 3 12 BRILL 2010 World Religions and Multiculturalism A Dialectic Relation Edited by Eliezer Ben-Rafael and Yitzhak Sternberg This book is about new forms of religiosity and religious activity emerging in the context of their dialectic relations with contemporary multicultural realities. World religions today greatly contribute to a world (dis)order that is multicultural both when viewed as a whole. but far beyond. Generally considered to be a Confucian. Korea and Japan. provides a comprehensive resource on Esoteric Buddhism and the Tantras in their Chinese. it was the form of Buddhism labeled “Esoteric Buddhism” that had the greatest geographical spread of any form of Buddhism.. Yet. 24 TIBeTAN ANd BUddhIST STUdIeS The Religious Philosophy of Liang Shuming The Hidden Buddhist Thierry Meynard Liang Shuming (1895-1988) is one of the most important Chinese philosophers in twentieth century China. and from within most societies that compose it. Payne In all likelihood. • november 2010 • ISBn 978 90 04 17151 0 • Hardback (xvi.• Handbook of Oriental Studies. 226 pp. It also explains why Liang was the only intellectual who dared to publically oppose Mao in the nineteen-sixties and seventies. • november 2010 • ISBn 978 90 04 18491 6 • Hardback (approx. 1100 pp.) • List price EUR 97. including Tibet and Mongolia. However. He reshaped the Western concept of religion from the standpoint of Yogācāra Buddhism. For table of contents please visit brill. Sørensen and Richard K. and Japanese contexts from the first few centuries of the common era right up to the present. It is a development that contrasts both with the assumption that globalization implies one-way homogenization and convergence to Western modernity.
The contributions collected here cover a wide range of issues.. For table of contents please visit brill. Sociology. Liberation./ US$ 154. though Mou acknowledged that he derived his key concepts from Tiantai Buddhist philosophy. including the intersection between Shin Buddhism and fields as diverse as politics. Western Michigan University • August 2010 • ISBn 978 90 04 18436 7 • Hardback (xxxii. it provides a comprehensive unpacking of Mou’s ideas about Buddhism. continues to be a stable presence in Japanese society. economy. 2 Mou Zongsan (1909-1995) was such a seminal. Ernst Bloch. vol.• numen Book Series.) • List price EUR 108. Alternative Future II (the Militarized Society). Written extremely accessible. In search of a solution to the theodicy problem. the Manifesto explores . and metaphysics with the precision needed to make them available for critical appraisal. 1: xx + 424: vol. Its central theme is the theodicy problem. vol. 129 TIBeTAN ANd BUddhIST STUdIeS Manifesto of the Critical Theory of Society and Religion (3 vols. Buddhist. 734)) • List price EUR 250. 686. 279 pp.) Rudolf Siebert.Buddhism The Social Dimension of Shin Buddhism Edited by Ugo Dessì Shin Buddhism (Jōdo Shinshū). although weakened in many ways by secularization. 3: vi. education. In response. Toward that goal it relies on both the critical theory of society as developed by Max Horkheimer. 1876 pp (3 volumes. and globalization. and modern Western thought. Happiness and the Rescue of the Hopeless 13 BRILL 2010 The Manifesto develops further the Critical Theory of Religion intrinsic to the Critical Theory of Society of the Frankfurt School into a new paradigm of the Psychology.. Mou built a system of “new Confucian” philosophy aimed at answering one of the great questions: “What is the relationship between value and being?” However./ US$ 153. vi. this book investigates Mou’s buddhological writings in the context of his larger corpus and explains how and why he incorporated Buddhist ideas selectively into his system.nl/scss The Unlikely Buddhologist Jason T. Drawing on expertise in Confucian.nl/mcp . and Alternative Future III (the Reconciled Society) in the horizon of the longing for the Wholly Other as perfect justice and unconditional love. Daoist./ US$ 355. and by the recent projects for their renovation. Helmut Peukert. social ethics.• Modern Chinese Philosophy. culture and the media.• Studies in Critical Social Sciences.) • List price EUR 108. Philosophy and Theology of Religion. 286. • August 2010 • ISBn 978 90 04 18653 8 • Hardback (pp. 2: vi. and Edmund Arens. as is emblematically shown by the very symmetrical position of the Nishi (Honganji-ha) and the Higashi Honganji (Ōtani-ha) head temples in the center of Kyōto. and on the new political theology of Johannes B. and is specifically directed at describing and analyzing distinctive social aspects of this religious tradition in historical and contemporary perspective. social movements. it remains unclear exactly how and why he did so. The Manifesto approaches this theme in the framework of comparative religion and critical political theology in a narrative and discursive fashion. For table of contents please visit brill. Confucianism. Metz. This book addresses the need for more academic research on Shin Buddhism. Clower Tiantai Buddhism in Mou Zongsan’s New Confucianism • July 2010 • ISBn 978 90 04 17737 6 • Hardback (xvi. Walter Benjamin. polymathic figure that scholars of Asian philosophy and religion will be absorbing his influence for at least a generation.. trends in civil society toward Alternative Future I (the Totally Administered Society). Adorno. 20 The Wholly Other. Theodor W. and others. gender.
• Sinica Leidensia. it cannot continue to ignore the role of discourse in the formation of subjectivity. and other agents of cross-cultural exchange. 125 . Patterns of dynamic Buddhist mobility were closely linked to transregional trade networks extending to the northwestern borderlands and joined to Central Asian silk routes by capillary routes through transit zones in the upper Indus and Tarim Basin./ US$ 132. and offers insights into the interactions of Buddhists. this book challenges models of gradual diffusion and develops alternative explanations for successful Buddhist movement..) • List price EUR 126.’ this book explores the potential interface between Foucaultian discourse analysis and the development of an indigenous rationale for the practice of contemporary Western Buddhism. TIBeTAN ANd BUddhIST STUdIeS Early Buddhist Transmission and Trade networks Mobility and Exchange within and beyond the Northwestern Borderlands of South Asia Jason neelis This exploration of early paths for Buddhist transmission within and beyond South Asia retraces the footsteps of monks. challenges common assumptions about Chan masters. South Africa If Buddhism is to remain relevant to the contemporary era.. By examining material conditions for Buddhist establishments at nodes along these routes. epigraphic. along with the growing significance of such a rationale for ‘traditional’ Buddhism in an era dominated by disciplinary/bio-power.) • List price EUR 108.. merchants. In the interest of problematizing such ‘ignorance. It advances new arguments about these Chinese Buddhist innovations.Buddhism The Power of Patriarchs Elizabeth Morrison Qisong and Lineage in Chinese Buddhism • March 2010 • ISBn 978 90 04 18301 8 • Hardback (300 pp. It places his defense of lineage in the context not only of attacks by the rival Tiantai school but also of the larger backdrop of the development of lineage and patriarchs as sources of authority in Chinese Buddhism. This book provides a detailed biography with a focus on the influential historical writings he composed to defend Chan claims of a “mind-to-mind transmission” tracing back to the historical Buddha. • October 2009 • ISBn 978 90 04 18159 5 • Hardback (364 pp. and the imperial court during the Song. 94 The Chan monk Qisong (1007-1072). Port Elizabeth. this book radically re-conceptualizes the role of Buddhism in the world today by linking Buddhist practice with acts of discursive transgression.• Dynamics in the History of Religions. Nelson Mandela Metropolitan University. has garnered relatively little scholarly attention.) • List price EUR 89. Confucians. 2 14 BRILL 2010 Buddhism and Transgression The Appropriation of Buddhism in the Contemporary West Adrian Konik./ US$ 179. an important figure in Northern Song religious and intellectual history./ US$ 154. Through doing so. through providing effective solutions to the proliferating and protean discursive problems encountered by its present-day practitioners.• numen Book Series. A reassessment of literary. and archaeological sources reveals hisorical contexts for the growth of the Buddhist saṅgha from approximately the 5th century BCE to the end of the first millennium CE. • September 2009 • ISBn 978 90 04 17875 5 • Hardback (205 pp.
• numen Book Series. written from the perspective of the Study of Religions. Korean. meditation-oriented. • February 2008 • ISBn 978 90 04 15575 6 • Hardback (xviii. provides an analysis of the impact that the Pure Land tradition. organizational structures.nl/reso 15 BRILL 2010 • June 2008 • ISBn 978 90 04 16826 8 • Hardback (x . and migratory and adaptive processes.• Brill’s Inner Asian Library. 250 pp. Chapters examine the current state of research and key aspects of Buddhist life and experience in social context.Buddhism Pure Land Buddhism in Modern Japanese Culture Elisabetta Porcu Despite being one of the most influential forms of Japanese Buddhism. In the process of elucidating the rhetoric and logic shaping this manual the author reveals not only the intertwined intellectual history of Eurasia from Greece to China but also dismantles many of the discourses that have shaped its modern interpretations. 894 pp.nl/nus • July 2008 • ISBn 978 90 04 16471 0 • Hardback (xii. has often been overlooked outside Japan.. 20 . Case studies feature Southeast Asian. For table of contents please visit brill. this comprehensive study of the anonymous Manual of Mongolian Astrology and Divination (published by A. Taiwanese. and notably its impact on the development of Japanese cultural history. For social scientists. medicine. in particular Shin Buddhism. religious practices..) • List price EUR 88. in particular the inherently problematic realms of religion and science.) • List price EUR 207. Baumann In an original and compelling examination of traditional mathematics. relations with non-Buddhist groups and the larger society. Taking into account recent scholarship on orientalism and occidentalism.. ritual. Japanese./ US$ 177. as well as their subsets. literature and the tea ceremony) in modern and contemporary Japan. 121 TIBeTAN ANd BUddhIST STUdIeS north American Buddhists in Social Context Edited by Paul David numrich This volume marks an important milestone in the growing literature on north American Buddhists—the first multi-author collection of social scientific scholarship on the topic. For table of contents please visit brill. and magic. the Pure Land tradition. 264 pp./ US$ 295. has exerted on mainstream forms of artistic expression (especially creative arts./ US$ 126. including group identity and status. this volume provides a convenient overview of scholarship heretofore available only piecemeal. All readers will discover how social scientific perspectives and approaches helpfully inform the study of north American Buddhists.) • List price EUR 124. generational dynamics. 15 Divine Knowledge Buddhist Mathematics According to the Anonymous Manual of Mongolian Astrology and Divination Brian G.• Religion and the Social Order. and socially engaged Buddhists. Mostaert in 1969) takes on the fundamental problem of the post-enlightenment categorization of knowledge. this book.
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. this is the first book-length study to appear in the West. but looks beyond Aurangabad to the larger artistic and religious traditions of the Indian Subcontinent. 34 TIBeTAN ANd BUddhIST STUdIeS Portraits of Chōgen John Rosenfield The Transformation of Buddhist Art in Early Medieval Japan • november 2010 • ISBn 978 90 04 16864 0 • Cloth with dustjacket (240 pp.nl/jvc 18 BRILL 2010 .• Japanese Visual Culture.• Brill’s Indological Library. please visit brill. The volume also explores how Japan’s rulers employed the visual arts as instruments of government policy – a tactic that recurs throughout the nation’s history. 1 This volume. This publication includes an annotated translation of Chōgen’s memoir. It analyses the various cultural. The result is a comprehensive work that does not address exclusively iconography and chronology. For more information on this new book series.. the first in Brill’s Japanese Visual Culture series. • December 2010 • ISBn 978 90 04 18525 8 • Hardback (300 pp. completed near the end of his life.) • List price US$ 132. 64 pp. Through meticulous study of dedicatory material. historical and religious phenomena that shaped the caves at Aurangabad through the first seven centuries of the Common Era and it comments on the Buddhist tradition of the western Deccan as a whole. While Chōgen has been the subject of major art exhibitions and extensive research in Japan./ US$ 154. Rosenfield is able to place the splendid Buddhist statues made for Chōgen in new light.Oriental Art The Buddhist Caves at Aurangabad: Transformations in Art and Religion Pia Brancaccio This is a study that focuses on the art and architecture of a group of Buddhist rock-cut monuments excavated on the western edge of the Deccan Plateau in India./ EUR 93. in which he recounts his many achievements. illus) • List price EUR 108. vividly describes the efforts of the Japanese monk Shunjōbō Chōgen (1121–1206) to restore major buildings and works of art lost in a brutal civil conflict in 1180.
) • List price EUR 249. 460 pp. Hua-yen and Amitabha sutras.. ‘…a reference tool for subsequent generations. the chronology and sources of the art are more clearly defined than in previous studies for the regions of South and north China (other than Kansu) and the important sites of Tumshuk. Further. . third in a series on the early Buddhist art of China and Central Asia. Using texts translated from the Chinese together with stylistic and technical analyses. in which Rhie presents the results of her studies..] study. but also offers new insights into the broader. illus. scholarly and detailed study of the Buddhist art of China and Central Asia from 316-439 A. interregional relationships of this politically fragmented period. 12/3 This book.D. Furthermore. make this volume of the HdO a most welcome [. providing the raw data for interpretive studies of the disparate. 1999.) in eastern Kansu (northwest China). Monumenta Serica. and items discussed […]. Fraser.D.Oriental Art Early Buddhist Art of China and Central Asia The Western Ch’in in Kansu in the Sixteen Kingdoms Period and Inter-relationships with the Buddhist Art of Gandhāra Marylin Martin Rhie • June 2010 • ISBn 978 90 04 18400 8 • Hardback (lviii. Kucha and Karashahr on the northern Silk Route in eastern Central Asia. 2005. during the formative early periods of Buddhism in the Eastern Chin and Sixteen Kingdoms Period. The Journal of Asian Studies. a reference tool.’ Sarah E. Section 4 China / Early Buddhist Art of China and Central Asia./ US$ 461. primarily from the cave temples of Ping-ling ssu and Mai-chi shan. centers on Buddhist art from the Western Ch’in (385-431 A. this work not only contributes to clarifying the regional characteristics of the art. A detailed chronological and iconographic study of sculptures and wall paintings in Cave 169 at Ping-ling ssu particularly yields a chronological framework for unlocking the difficult issues of dating early fifth century Chinese Buddhist art. 962 pp. by incorporating extensive religious and historical materials. Kucha and Karashahr in Central Asia Marylin Martin Rhie • August 2002 • ISBn 978 90 04 11499 9 • Hardback (1440 pp. 550 illus. and offers some new insights into textual sources in the Lotus. (2 vols)) • List price EUR 323..• Handbook of Oriental Studies. 19 BRILL 2010 TIBeT ANd BUddhIST STUdIeS The Eastern Chin and Sixteen Kingdoms Period in China and Tumshuk. 12/2 Volume two of Marylin Rhie’s widely acclaimed and formative multi-volume work presents a comprehensive. piecemeal material that survives of early Buddhist art…scholars wishing to unravel the complexities of Central Asian and medieval Chinese art will rely on Rhie’s massive study. ‘The wide scope of topics.• Handbook of Oriental Studies.’ Gerd Wädow. A. this study introduces the iconographpy of the five Buddhas and its relation to the art of Gandhara and the famous five colossal T’an-yao caves at Yün-kang./ US$ 354. Section 4 China / Early Buddhist Art of China and Central Asia. the expert knowledge of the author and the lucid style. and a comprehensive collection of illustrations that will be indispensable for readers interested in the history of Central Asian and Chinese Buddhism during the 1st to 4th c.D. sites.
It offers a fresh understanding of the impact the intermingling of Tiantai. Central Asiatic Journal.pp.Oriental Art Later Han. 18 in full colour. ‘.’ nancy Shatzman-Steinhardt.• Sinica Leidensia. 2002. Huayan and Chan philosophies and practices had on Li Gonglin’s faith and art. the book offers not only an overview of this complex and important period. Pure Land. ‘…a work certain to become an important benchmark in the study of the complex relationship between Buddhist art in Central Asia an in China in the early centuries of the Christian era. + 420 illus. With over 500 illustrations. the author offers clarifications of the issues and new assessments regarding the cross-cultural and cross-regional interrelationships.. 77 Despite Li Gonglin’s (ca. sources. 12/1 Presenting the earliest Buddhist art of China in its wider context of the Bactrian and Southern Silk Road regions in Central Asia (1st to 4th century A. twentieth century scholarship on Li Gonglin has focused primarily on his literatus identity and Confucian art oeuvres. This book departs from this traditional view to establish Li Gonglin’s importance in Chinese Buddhist art history through both the local Longmian Chan and the larger northern Song religious contexts.• Handbook of Oriental Studies. They exemplify the purpose and mission of the Handbuch der Orientalistik series. Although not all the conclusions reached and the artistic relations observed will always be shared by other scholars. 466 pp./ US$ 217. within its local region. Painting Buddhist subjects to Li Gonglin was an expression of faith. Three Kingdoms and Western Chin in China and Bactria to Shan-shan in Central Asia Marylin Martin Rhie The earliest Buddhist art of China can only be understood when seen in relation to a wider area comprising Central Asia and India.D.) • List price EUR 259. 76 drawings and 14 maps. This is exactly the purpose of the underlying volume. but also the fullest and most detailed analysis of the art: individually.). trans-Asian scope essential for a proper understanding of this period for a wide range of disciplines. dating and chronology during these formative initial phases of Buddhism from India to China. the impressive research carried out on this material is sure to constitute a starting point for all future investigations in this field..’ nicoletta Celli.the most in-depth investigation of early Chinese and Central Asian Buddhist art undertaken in recent decades.../ US$ 369. 438 pp. Section 4 China / Early Buddhist Art of China and Central Asia. .) • List price EUR 152. • May 2007 • ISBn 978 90 04 16137 5 • Hardback (xxxviii. 1049-1106) deep faith in Buddhism and the large number of recorded and extant Buddhist paintings associated with or ascribed to this great painter. TIBeT ANd BUddhIST STUdIeS 20 BRILL 2010 Painting Faith An-yi Pan Li Gonglin and Northern Song Buddhist Culture • September 2007 • ISBn 978 90 04 16061 3 • Hardback (xxiv. and in relation to the wider.
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