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NEW BOOK> New Teaching Resource, The Anthology: Buddhists: Understanding Buddhism through the Lives of Practitioners (Lewis)


My edited volume, Buddhists: Understanding Buddhism through the Lives of Practitioners, provides biographies of Asian and  Western Buddhists, whose lives are representative of the ways in which Buddhists have embodied the tradition. This resource for course use and study presents Buddhism through the lived experience of thirty-three devotees and offers a unique entry points for students and scholars into the study of this tradition.

CALL FOR REVIEWERS> Books on Japanese Buddhism (Joskovich)

Dear Friends,

I am writing to encourage you to write reviews for H-Buddhism, particularly on recently published monographs related to Japanese Buddhism. Please contact me if you are interested in reviewing one of the books listed below. Additionally, if you have in mind any other books on Buddhism in Japan that you think to be worthy of review, please let me know.


ADMIN> Posting to H-Buddhism

Dear Colleagues,

It has now been a full year since our move to the H-Net Commons and H-Buddhism's mailman service, so I think that by now our members should be able to figure out how to send out their own posts without sending them privately to one of the editors and saying "please post this for me."

AWARD> Paul Hackett's Buddhist Canons Research Database Takes Runner-up in DH 2014 Awards

Dear Colleagues,

I hope that you will join with me in congratulating our colleague Paul Hackett for his second-place finish in the annual Digital Humanities Awards, in the category of "Best DH Tool or Suite of Tools."

Please see: http://dhawards.org/dhawards2014/results/