Table of Contents - Buddhist Studies Review Issue 38.1 (2021)

Buddhist Studies Review

Issue 38.1 (2021) table of contents

Guest Edited by Margo Kitts and Mark Juergensmeyer

Guest Editorial - open access
Buddhist Violence and Religious Authority: A Tribute to the Work of Michael Jerryson
Margo Kitts , Mark Juergensmeyer

Articles
Buddhist Challenges to the Contemporary Ethical Discourse of Violence versus Nonviolence: Reflection on the Articles
Stephen Jenkins

Dharma and its Discontents: The Case of Kumārajīva
John M. Thompson

Buddhists, Politics and International Law
Benjamin Schonthal

Exorcising the Body Politic: The Lion’s Roar, Köten Ejen’s Two Bodies and the Question of Conversion at the Tibet-Mongol Interface
Matthew King

De-Centering the Normative in the Introduction to Buddhism Class
Nathan McGovern

But Is It Buddhist?
Blaze Marpet

Humanizing the Rohingya Beyond Victimization: A Portrait
Grisel d’Elena

Review Essays
An Unfinished Jigsaw: New Scholarship on the Origins of the Mahāyāna
Nic Newton

Reviews - open access
Buddhist Literature as Philosophy, Buddhist Philosophy as Literature, edited by Rafal K. Stepien.
Stephen C. Walker

Buddhist Path, Buddhist Teachings: Studies in Memory of L.S. Cousins, edited by Naomi Appleton and Peter Harvey.
Olivia Porter


Editor
Alice Collett, South Asia History Project

Assistant Editor
Christopher Jones, University of Cambridge

Book Reviews Editor
Francesco Bianchini, University of Oxford

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).