NEW JOURNAL ISSUE> Indian International Journal of Buddhist Studies 19 (2018)
We are pleased to announce the recent publication of issue 19 (2018) of the Indian International Journal of Buddhist Studies.
This is the last issue co-edited by Professor Roger R. Jackson. The current co-editors of the Journal would like to take this opportunity to thank Professor Jackson for his exemplary service to the field over the course of many years.
For those interested to learn more about the Journal, information about subscriptions, guidelines for submitting an article for consideration, and the tables of contents for the current and past issues may be found on the Journal's website:
(The contents of the present issue are also listed below.)
David Fiordalis and Lalji Shravak
1. Anālayo, Bhikkhu, “The Bāhiya Instruction and Bare Awareness,” 1-19.
2. Brown, Donna Lynn, “Was Angulimala Forgiven?” 21-49.
3. Duerlinger, James, and Siddharth Singh, “Śāntarakṣita and Kamalaśīla on the Vātsīputrīya Theory of a Self,” 51-76.
4. Makidono, Tomoko, “‘The Ornament of the Buddha-Nature’: Dge rtse Mahāpaṇḍita's Exposition of the Great Madhyamaka of Other-Emptiness,” 77-148.
5. Shi Xianda, “The Saṃkrāntivāda's Doctrine of Ekarasaskandha: A Study based on Chinese Literal Sources,” 149-180.
6. Sundberg, Jeffrey, “Appreciation of Relics, Stūpas, and Relic-Stūpas in Eighth Century Esoteric Buddhism: Taishō Tripiṭaka Texts and Archaeological Residues of Guhyā Laṅkā,” 181- 458
7. Willemen, Charles, “Vijñānavāda and Sarvāstivāda,” 459- 466.
II. Obituaries and Remembrances:
“Aniccā vata saṅkhārā uppāda vaya dhammino,” 467.