Bibliography of Western Works on Early Medieval China (1994-96)

  title={Bibliography of Western Works on Early Medieval China (1994-96)},
  author={Kenneth H. Klein},
  journal={Early Medieval China},
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Monumentalization of Buddhist Texts in the Northern Qi Dynasty: The Engraving of Sutras in Stone at the Xiangtangshan Caves and Other Sites in the Sixth Century

Description des sūtras bouddhistes graves illustrant les sculptures monumentales des sanctuaires rupestres datant le dynastie de Qi du nord (550-577 apr. J.-C.), situes a Xiangtangshan (Hebei), dans

New Light on Gu kaizhi

Chan Insights and Oversights: An Epistemological Critique of the Chan Tradition

For many people attracted to Eastern religions (particularly Zen Buddhism), Asia seems the source of all wisdom. As Bernard Faure examines the study of Chan/Zen from the standpoint of postmodern

The Rhetoric of Immediacy: A Cultural Critique of Chan/Zen Buddhism

Through a highly sensitive exploration of key concepts and metaphors, Bernard Faure guides Western readers in appreciating some of the more elusive aspects of the Chinese tradition of Chan Buddhism

The Scripture on the Ten Kings and the Making of Purgatory in Medieval Chinese Buddhism

An examination of medieval Chinese Buddhist thanatonic practices. Bridging area studies and the history of religions, Teiser explores the concerns, practices and beliefs of 9th- and 10th-century

Notes on the Authenticity of the so Tan Manuscript of the LAO-TZU

  • W. Boltz
  • Art
    Bulletin of the School of Oriental and African Studies
  • 1996
Among the numerous extant manuscripts of the Lao-tzu, Tao te ching perhaps the best known, apart from the famous Ma wang tui manuscripts discovered in Hunan province in 1973 and the Hsiang erh chu

Traditional Chinese Fiction—The State of the Field

The field of traditional chinese fiction studies is as diverse in its approaches and findings as the body of material included in the term xiaoshuo, with which the modern field imprecisely