East Asian Traditions

Edited by Lori Meeks

Articles by volume:

Volume 8 (2014)

Christian–Buddhist Polemics in Late Medieval/Early Modern Japan (pages 37–48)
James Baskind

Volume 7 (2013)

Women’s Religious Affiliation in the Jōdo Shinshū (pages 273–283)
Jessica Starling

Religion and Politics in Heian-Period Japan (pages 284–293)
Heather Blair

What Have Religious Groups Done After 3.11? Part 1: A Brief Survey of Religious Mobilization after the Great East Japan Earthquake Disasters (pages 294–308)
Levi McLaughlin

What Have Religious Groups Done After 3.11? Part 2: From Religious Mobilization to “Spiritual Care” (pages 309–325)
Levi McLaughlin

Monks, Sovereigns, and Malign Spirits: Profiles of Tengu in Medieval Japan (pages 234–242)
Haruko Wakabayashi

Explorations of Zhou Dunyi’s Confucian Cosmology for an Ecological Promise (pages 201–213)
Kwang Sun Choi

Understanding of Yin Yang (pages 214–224)
Robin R. Wang

Volume 6 (2012)

Religion and Healing in Pre-Modern Japan
Pamela D. Winfield

The Life-giving Force of “Ren” and Dai Zhen’s Conception of Desire (pages 480–487)
Fei Lan

Plowing the Zen Field: Trends Since 1989 and Emerging Perspectives (pages 113–124)
Michel Mohr

The Concept of Centrality in Chinese Diaspora (pages 26–40)
Vincent Shen

 Volume 5 (2011)

A Crucial Factor in Evangelicalism’s Success in (South) Korea: Coalescence with Nationalism and Anticommunism (pages 646–655)
Timothy S. Lee

The Invention of Japanese Religions (pages 589–597)
Jason Ānanda Josephson

The Visual Culture of Japanese Buddhism from the Early Modern Period to the Present (pages 389–411)
Patricia Graham

The Mahāyāna Path of the Bodhisattva in the Ornament for Clear Realization (pages 166–179)
James B. Apple

Shin Buddhist Women in America (pages 180–191)
Michihiro Ama

 Volume 4 (2010)

Medieval Shinto: New Discoveries and Perspectives (pages 679–693)
Anna Andreeva

A Buddhist Colonization?: A New Perspective on the Attempted Alliance of 1910 Between the Japanese Sōtōshū and the Korean Wnjong
Hwansoo Kim

A Religion in Death Throes: How Secrecy Undermines the Survival of a Crypto Shin Buddhist Tradition in Japan Today (p 202-210)
Clark Chilson

Volume 3 (2008)

Ultimate Reality in Confucianism (p 951-960)
Zhonghu Yan

Religious Education in Contemporary Japan (p 580-594)
Nobutaka Inoue

Warrior-Monks in Japanese History1 (p 225-240)
Mikael S. Adolphson

State Ritual in Late Imperial China (p 7-17)
Ihor Pidhainy

Death, Burial, and the Study of Contemporary Japanese Buddhism (p 18-30)
Mark Rowe

Shugendo: Japanese Mountain Religion – State of the Field and Bibliographic Review (p 31-57)
Gaynor Sekimori

Disputes over Yasukuni Shrine and Its War Dead in Contemporary Japan (p 58-71)
Michiaki Okuyama

Volume 1 (2007)

Confucian Theology: Three Models (p 455-478)
Yong Huang

The Paradox of Evil in Tiantai Buddhist Philosophy (p 398-413)
Jee Loo Liu

Understanding Israelite Religion: New Challenges for Chinese Bible Translations
Yiyi Chen

Monks, Sovereigns, and Malign Spirits: Profiles of Tengu in Medieval Japan (pages 234–242)
Haruko Wakabayashi