Poted on behalf of Dr. Marti Sernesi
I am very glad to announce the publication of the felicitation volume in honour of Professor Franz-Karl Ehrhard:
Unearthing Himalayan Treasures: Festschrift for Franz-Karl Ehrhard. Edited by Volker Caumanns, Marta Sernesi, and Nikolai Solmsdorf. Marburg: Indica et Tibetica Verlag, 2019. xxiv, 488 pp. ISBN 978-3-923776-62-7.
The volume includes twenty-six contributions on the religious and literary traditions of Tibet and the Himalayas: please see the table of contents below.
We are pleased to announce the followings publications:
Annual Report of the International Research Institute for Advanced Buddhology at Soka University for the academic year 2018 (= ARIRIAB), Volume XXII (2019),
The Mahāvastu. A New Edition. Volume III. Bibliotheca Philologica et Philosophica Buddhica (= BPPB), XIV,1,
and the sixth volume of Gilgit Manuscripts in the National Archives of India: Facsimile Edition (= GMNAI), vol. II.2: Prajñāpāramitā Texts (2).
[PDF files will become available later.]
Durst, Dennis. Eugenics and Protestant Social Reform: Hereditary Science and Religion in America, 1860-1940. Eugene: Pickwick Publications, 2017. https://wipfandstock.com/eugenics-and-protestant-social-reform.html
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