The Cultural Practices of Modern Chinese Buddhism: Attuning the Dharma

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Routledge, 2005年1月26日 - 208 頁

Buddhism in China during the late Qing and Republican period remained a powerful cultural and religious force. Francesca Tarocco is a rising star in this field and offers an innovative high-quality piece of work that presents a new perspective on the influence of Buddhism on Chinese culture. Drawing on scarcely analyzed historical and archive sources, including photographs and musical scores, Tarocco adeptly argues that Chinese Buddhism played a more vital role in shaping Chinese culture than previously assumed.

This enlightening study fills a significant gap in the field of Chinese Buddhist history. Focusing on the cultural side of Buddhism, it adds breadth and balance to studies in Buddhism as a whole, appealing to professionals and academics with an interest in Buddhism and Chinese Buddhist history.

 

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Modern Buddhist Cultures
1
Part 1 The Cultural Practices of Buddhist Modernity
25
Part 2 The Sound of Modern Buddhism
97
References
146
Glossary
172
Index
177
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Francesca Tarocco is a Leverhulme Trust Research Fellow and a Lecturer in Buddhist Studies at the School of Arts, Histories and Cultures at the University of Manchester. She is the author of several studies on Chinese Buddhism and co-author of Karaoke: The Global Phenomenon (Reaktion 2007).

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