JOURNAL> Canadian Journal of Buddhist Studies Special Issue: Buddhism and Social Change, No.15 (2020)

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Dear friends and colleagues,

I am glad to announce that the Canadian Journal of Buddhist Studies' special issue Buddhism and Social Change was published and is now available on the journal's website:

I would appreciate if you can spread the word to interested colleagues.

With warm regards,
Ngoc LE
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Issue No. 15 (2020)

Table of Contents

 Adamek, Wendi, University of Calgary


As If This Is Home
 Adamek, Wendi, University of Calgary

Chan Practitioners as Agents of Social Change
 Li, Rebecca S.K., The College of New Jersey

Ecodharma: a new Buddhist path?
 Loy, David, Rocky Mountain Ecodharma Retreat Center

Pragmatism, Institutionalism, and Buddhism: Toward a Synthesis for Socially Engaged Buddhist Economics
 Magnuson, Joel, Willamette University

Book Reviews

A Yogācāra Buddhist Theory of Metaphor
 Payne, Richard K., Institute of Buddhist Studies, Graduate Theological Union

Buddhist Stone Sutras in China Sichuan Province Volume 3
 Guthrie, Elizabeth, University of Waterloo

Reincarnation in Tibetan Buddhism
 Simonds, Colin H., Queen’s University

News and Views

“Reimagining East Asian Buddhism: Wuyue Foundations of Song Dynasty Buddhism and Beyond:” A Talk by Professor Albert Welter
 Fu, Jisi, Fudan University Le, Jing, East China Normal University

“The Life-world of Chinese Buddhism: Temple-town Relationship and Everyday Life in Jiangnan:” A Talk By Professor Tang Zhongmao
 Le, Jing, East China Normal University

Tibetan Monastic Education: Challenges and Reforms
 Lin, Weiyu, University of British Columbia

“‘How to Milk a Painted Cow:’ Considering the Buddhist View of Emptiness:” A Lecture by Khenpo Chöying Dorjee at UBC, February 28, 2019
 Fink, Sarah, University of British Columbia

On Chinese Qin and Chan Buddhism Literature: A Lecture by Dr. Huqun Li
 Mitchell, Maggie, University of British Columbia Fink, Sarah, University of British Columbia

Reflections on Attending the Annual Meeting of the Association for Asian Studies (2019)
 Altenburg, Gerjan, McMaster University

Naturalizing Buddhism: Tradition and Tension: A Reflection on Bernard Faure’s Leslie S. Kawamura Memorial Lecture at the University of Calgary (March 29, 2019)
 Ereshefsky, Josh, University of Calgary

The Oriental Nun and Representation of Buddhist Female Monastics or Monasticism: An Interview with Elizabeth Guthrie (University of Waterloo)
 Le, Ngoc B., Simon Fraser University

The Politics and Pathways of Return: Trans-regional Perspectives on a Buddhist Homeland (June 28-29, 2019): A Conference Report
 Le, Ngoc B., Simon Fraser University

Autumn Canadian Conferences
 Kotyk, Jeffrey, McMaster University

Thai Forest Buddhism Enters the British Columbian Forest: A talk by Luke Clossey and Karen Ferguson at Simon Fraser University
 Foster, Liam, Simon Fraser University

“All Living Beings Have Buddha-Nature:” the Genesis of the Concept of Universal Buddhahood: A Lecture by Dr. Michael Zimmermann at UBC
 Fink, Sarah, University of British Columbia

Premodern Japanese Studies International Conference at McGill, 10-11 October 2019
 Dieplam, Alex, McGill University

In the Present Moment: Buddhism, Contemporary Art and Social Practice (October 25-27, 2019): A research convening report
 DiMaio, Marina, Curatorial Assistant, Art Gallery of Greater Victoria

Religion and Politics in Bhutan: An Interview with Dr. Dagmar Schwerk
 Le, Ngoc B., Simon Fraser University

“Did Women Produce Buddhist Texts in Medieval China? And Does it Matter if they did?:” Lecture by Stephanie Balkwill
 Fink, Sarah, University of British Columbia

New Paths in Teaching Buddhist Studies: Conference Report
 Negru, John, Independent Scholar, Publisher at Sumeru Books



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My apologies for the incorrect embedded link at the beginning of the post. It does not lead back to the journal. However, if you copy and paste the whole link to a new browser tab, it should lead you directly to the issue webpage:

Thank you for your patience,

Ngoc Le