Table of Contents for Buddhist Studies Review, Issue 37.1 (2020)

Buddhist Studies Review

Issue 37.1 (2020) table of contents


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Editorial
Peter Harvey

Obituaries
Obituary of Karel Werner (12 January 1925 – 26 November 2019)
Peter Harvey

Articles
‘Impermanence’: A Translation of the First Chapter of the Tibetan Udānavarga
Peter Skilling

Protecting Insects in Medieval Chinese Buddhism: Daoxuan’s Vinaya Commentaries
Ann Heirman

A Buddhist Love Story: The Buddha and Yaśodharā
Vanessa R. Sasson

Two Series of Kāḷudāyī’s Verses in the Pāli Commentaries: A Literal Translation
Aruna Keerthi Gamage

Reviews Essays
Pāli Grammar: The Language of the Canonical Texts of Theravāda Buddhism (Volume I), by Thomas Oberlies
Matthew Spencer

Reviews - open access
Maṇḍalas in the Making: The Visual Culture of Esoteric Buddhism at Dunhuang, by Michelle C. Wang.
Mia Y. Ma

Buddhist and Islamic Orders in Southern Asia: Comparative Perspectives, by R. Michael Feener and Anne M. Blackburn, eds.
Elizabeth J. Harris

From Indra’s Net to Internet: Communication, Technology, and the Evolution of Buddhist Ideas, by Daniel Veidlinger.
Alex Owens


Co-Editors
Peter Harvey, University of Sunderland
Alice Collett, Nalanda University

Book Review Editor
Christopher Jones, University of Cambridge

Buddhist Studies Review
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ISSN: 0265-2897 (print)
ISSN: 1747-9681 (online)

Buddhist Studies Review is published by Equinox on behalf of the UK Association for Buddhist Studies.The journal seeks to publish quality articles on any aspect of Buddhism, with submitted papers being blind peer-reviewed by two experts prior to acceptance. Relevant fields for the journal are: the different cultural areas where Buddhism exists or has existed (in South, Southeast, Central and East Asia); historical and contemporary aspects (including developments in 'Western' Buddhism); theoretical, practical and methodological issues; textual, linguistic, archaeological and art-historical studies; and different disciplinary approaches to the subject (e.g. Archaeology, Art History, Anthropology, Asian Studies, Comparative Religion, Law, Oriental Studies, Philosophy, Philology, Psychology, Religious Studies, Theology).