JOURNAL> Publication of IIJBS vol. 18 and CFP for IIJBS vol. 19

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Dear Colleagues,

I am happy to announce the publication of vol. 18 of the Indian International Journal of Buddhist Studies (2017), whose contents are listed below. At the same time, I would like to invite submissions for vol. 19 of the journal, to be published in 2018. Please submit material (or inquiries) to either of the co-editors, Roger Jackson (rjackson@carleton.edu) or Lalji Shravak (laljis@gmail.com). Submission guidelines may be found at http://www.iijbs.org/. We ask that submissions be received by 31 December 2017.

 

With thanks,

Roger Jackson

John W. Nason Professor of Asian Studies and Religion, Emeritus

Carleton College

Northfield, MN, USA

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Indian International Journal of Buddhist Studies, Vol. 18 (2017)

Editors’ Preface  (i-iv)                                                                                                          

I.  Articles           

1.   James B. Apple, “Atiśa’s Teachings on Mahāmudrā” (1-42)

2.    Giuliano Giustarini, “The Interaction of Morality (sīla) with Cognitive Factors in the Pali Nikāyas” (43-70)

3.     Tomoko Makidono, “Dge rtse Mahāpaṇdita on the Vaibhāṣika School of Indian Buddhism” (71-141)

4.     Jeremy S. Manheim, “Is Consciousness a Person? A Study in the Tarkajvālā” (143-172)

5.     Jeffrey Sundberg, “Appreciation of Relics, Stūpas, and Relic-Stūpas in Eighth Century Esoteric Buddhism: Taishō Tripiṭaka Texts and Archaeological Residues of Guhyā Laṅkā (I)” (173- 340)

II. Book Reviews and Notices

1. Bhikkhu Pasadika: Dieter Schlingloff, Die übermenschlichen Phänomene. Visuelle Meditation und Wundererscheinung in Buddhistischer Literatur und Kunst. Ein religionsgeschichtlicher Versuch (The Superhuman Phenomena. Visual Meditation and Transfiguration (/ Thaumaturgy) in Buddhist Literature and Art. An Essay in Religious History). (341-344)

2. Udita Das: Alice Collett, Lives of Early Buddhist Nuns: Biographies as History (345-355)

III. Obituaries and Remembrances

1.   Michael Hahn, by Bhikkhu Pasadika (357-360)

2.   N.H. Samtani, by Charles Willemen (361-363)

3.   Remembering N.H. Samtani, by Shohei Ichimura (365-373)