Special Issue:
Buddhisms in Japan

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  • “Japanese Buddhism”: Essence, Construct, or Skillful Means?
    by Gereon Kopf   download ]
  • Identity in Difference: Reading Nishida’s Philosophy through the Lens of Shin Buddhism
    by Daniel Friedrich   download ]
  • On- and Offline Representations of Japanese Buddhism: Reflections on a Multifaceted Religious Tradition
    by Elisabetta Porcu   download ]
  • Locally Translocal American Shin Buddhism
    by Scott A. Mitchell   download ]
  • Paths across Borders: Comparative Reflections on Japanese and Indo-Tibetan Models of the Buddhist Path
    by David L. Gardiner   download ]
  • The Dangerous Kami Called Buddha: Ancient Conflicts between Buddhism and Local Cults and Medieval Attempts at Resolution
    by Fabio Rambelli   download ]
  • “The Karmic Origins of the Morning-Bear Mountain”: Preliminary Research Notes on Asamayama Engi
    by Anna Andreeva   download ]
  • Contemplations and Imagery: Issues Relevant to Ancient Japanese Esoteric Buddhist Icons, Ritual Practice, and Cultural Contexts
    by Cynthea Bogel   download ]
  • Ritual of the Clear Light Mantra
    by Richard K. Payne   download ]

Book Review:
Wild Geese: Buddhism in Canada, edited by John S. Harding, Victor Sōgen Hori, and Alexander Soucy
— Reviewed by Brooke Schedneck


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