The editors of the Journal of Global Buddhism are pleased to announced the publication of our latest issue, titled "Special Focus: Flows and Counterflows of Buddhism ‘South of the West’: Australia, New Zealand, and Hawaiʻi,” edited by Anna Halafoff, Cristina Rocha, and Juewei Shi.
We append the table of contents. Links are live and free, as the JGB is an open access journal.
For the editors,
Special Focus: Flows and Counterflows of Buddhism ‘South of the West’
Flows and Counterflows of Buddhism ‘South of the West’: Australia, New Zealand and Hawai‘i
Anna Halafoff, Cristina Rocha, Juewei Shi
Buddhism in the Far North of Australia pre-WWII: (In)visibility, Post-colonialism and Materiality
Anna Halafoff, Kim Lam, Cristina Rocha, Enqi Weng, Sue Smith
Seeding Buddhism in New Zealand: Namgyal Rinpoche and the Lake Rotoiti Retreat, 1973
Casting Indra’s Net across the Pacific: Robert Aitken and the Growth of the Diamond Sangha as a Trans-Pacific Zen Movement
Helen J. Baroni
Buddhism in Aotearoa New Zealand: Multiple Sources and Diverse Forms
Sally McAra, Mark R. Mullins
Flows of Innovation in Fo Guang Shan Oceania: Transregional dynamics behind the Buddha’s Birthday Festival
Juewei Shi, Sioh Yang Tan
A Monastery for Laypeople: Birken Forest Monastery and the Monasticization of Convert Theravada in Cascadia
Renunciation and Longing: The Life of a Twentieth-Century Himalayan Buddhist Saint By Annabella Pitkin. Chicago and London: The University of Chicago Press, 2022, xxviii + 286 pages, ISBN 978-0-226-81692-0 (paper), $32.50.
Andrew S. Taylor