Journal of Chinese Religions 50, no. 1 (May 2022) now online

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Journal of Chinese Religions 50, no. 1 (May 2022) now online

 

I am happy to announce that the May 2022 issue of the Journal of Chinese Religions is now online at https://muse.jhu.edu/issue/47885. See the table of contents below.

Best wishes,

Philip Clart

Editor, Journal of Chinese Religions

jcr@uni-leipzig.de

 

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Journal of Chinese Religions 50, no. 1 (May 2022)

 

Obituary: Daniel L. Overmyer, PhD, FRSC, August 20, 1935 – November 24, 2021

 

ARTICLES

 

Towards a Buddhist History of Mount Tai

Claudia Wenzel

 

Ritual Techniques for Creating a Divine Persona in Late Imperial China: The Case of Daoist Law Enforcer Lord Wang

Vincent Goossaert

 

Practicing Salvation: Meat-Eating, Martyrdom, and Sacrifice as Religious Ideals in the Zhenkongjiao

Esmond Chuah Meng Soh

 

Zongjiao as a Chinese Conceptual Term for Religion? Genealogical Notes on Its Development since the Late Qing Period

Christian Meyer

 

REVIEWS

 

Alain Arrault, A History of Cultic Images in China: The Domestic Statuary of Hunan, translated by Lina Verchery (Simona Lazzerini)

 

Vincent Goossaert and Xun Liu, eds., Daoism in Modern China: Clerics and Temples in Urban Transformations, 1860–Present (Jean DeBernardi)

 

April D. Hughes, Worldly Saviors and Imperial Authority in Medieval Chinese Buddhism (Yu Xuan Tay)

 

Paul R. Katz, Religion, Ethnicity, and Gender in Western Hunan during the Modern Era: The Dao among the Miao? (Megan Bryson)