Issues

Vol 30 No. 2 (2013)

Journal: Buddhist Studies Review

Published: Jan 1, 2014

View In OJS: https://www.equinoxpub.com/BSR/issue/view/1832

Section Title Author Published
Editorial
Editorial Peter Harvey Jan 1, 2014
Articles
Cultural Remnants of the Indigenous Peoples in the Buddhist Scriptures Bryan Geoffrey Levman Jan 1, 2014
Cultic Relationships Between Buddhism and Brahmanism in the ‘Last Stronghold’ of Indian Buddhism Birendra Nath Prasad Jan 1, 2014
Two Sūtras in the Chinese Saṃyuktāgama without Direct Pāli Parallels — Some remarks on how to identify ‘later additions’ to the corpus Marcus Bingenheimer Jan 1, 2014
A Note on the Term Theravāda Bhikkhu Analayo Jan 1, 2014
A Radical Buddhism for Modern Confucians: Tzu Chi in Socio-Historical Perspective Richard Gombrich, Yu-Shuang Yao Jan 1, 2014
Defining Engaged Buddhism: Traditionists, Modernists, and Scholastic Power Victor Gerard Temprano Jan 1, 2014
Reviews
Buddhist Storytelling in Thailand and Laos: The Vessantara Jataka Scroll at the Asian Civilisations Museum by Leedom Lefferts and Sandra Cate, with Wajuppa Tossa. Singapore: Asian Civilisations Museum 2012. 163pp. Hb., $21.59. ISBN-13:9789810724788. Naomi Appleton Jan 1, 2014
Illuminating the Life of the Buddha: An Illustrated Chanting Book from Eighteenth-century Siam by Naomi Appleton, Sarah Shaw and Toshiya Unebe. Oxford: Bodleian Library, and University of Chicago Press, 2013. Hb.£35. ISBN-13: 9781851242832 Justin Thomas McDaniel Jan 1, 2014
How Theravāda is Theravāda? Exploring Buddhist Identities, edited by Peter Skilling, Jason A. Carbine, Claudio Cicuzza, Santi Pakdeekham. Chiang Mai: Silkworm Books, 2012. 50 black and white and 100 color illustrations. Pb., £40 ISBN-13:9786162150449. Elizabeth J. Harris Jan 1, 2014
Review Response
Did the Buddha know Sanskrit?: Richard Gombrich’s response to a point in the BSR review of his What the Buddha Thought Richard Gombrich Jan 1, 2014