The Monograph series published exceptional Shin Buddhist scholarship on such topics as Shin Buddhism in the modern world, and contemporary perspective on Pure Land teachings.
Past Publications and Research Projects
Over the course of its long history of producing quality Buddhist Studies scholarship, IBS has collected several archives of scholarly journals and completed numerous publication and research projects. Browse some of these projects below.
The Institute of Buddhist Studies podcast was an archive of audio and video recording of select public lectures, symposia and conferences at IBS.
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The Journal of Buddhist Literature specializes in the publication of translations of Buddhist texts from any canonic language. The main intent of the journal is to encourage a continued focus on the textual resources of the tradition, the vast majority of which remain unedited, untranslated and unpublished
The Buddhist Forum was first published by the School of Oriental and African Studies, University of London (issues numbered 1 through 5), and by the Institute of Buddhist Studies, Tring, UK (number 6). The series made public research initially presented as part the series of seminars hosted by SOAS between 1987 and 1997, also known as the Buddhist Forum.
The Institute of Buddhist Studies has received permission from the editors, Ian Astley and Henrik Sørensen, to be the electronic archive for the first nine issues of Studies in Central and East Asian Religions. They kindly made available a complete print set of issues one through nine of the journal.