[INDOLOGY] New issue of the Journal of the International Association of Buddhist Studies (35/1-2 2012 [2013])

Birgit Kellner kellner at asia-europe.uni-heidelberg.de
Thu Jun 12 16:58:30 UTC 2014

Dear colleagues,

a new issue of the Journal of the International Association of Buddhist 
Studies (ISSN 0193-600X ) is available.

The table of contents is given below, as well as on the JIABS website 

The JIABS website offers access to tables of contents of all issues of 
the journal; full article PDFS are made available for free download five 
years after their appearance in print.

Kindly address subscription requests and other communication pertaining 
to subscriptions to the IABS treasurer (iabs.treasurer at unil.ch).

Subscribers can now choose to have future issues delivered in PDF format 
or in print.

With best regards,

Birgit Kellner (editor)



Megan BRYSON: Mahākāla worship in the Dali kingdom (937–1253) – A study 
of the Dahei tianshen daochang yi, pp. 3-69

Thomas CRUIJSEN, Arlo GRIFFITHS, Marijke J. KLOKKE: The cult of the 
Buddhist dhāraṇī deity Mahāpratisarā along the Maritime Silk Route: New 
epigraphical and iconographic evidence from the Indonesian Archipelago, 
pp. 71-157

Roderick ORLINA: Epigraphical evidence for the cult of Mahāpratisarā in 
the Philippines, pp. 159 -169

Vincent ELTSCHINGER: Aśvaghoṣa and his canonical sources II – Yaśas, the 
Kāśyapa brothers and the Buddha’s arrival in Rājagha (Buddhacarita 
16.3–71), pp. 171-224

Paul K. NIETUPSKI: Atha niryāṇavṛttam: Reflections on the first sūtra 
and the opening passages of Guṇaprabha’s Vinayasūtra and Auto-commentary 
– With reference to Indian and Tibetan commentaries, pp. 225 -258

Reiko OHNUMA: An elephant good to think – The Buddha in Pārileyyaka 
forest, pp. 259-294

Jin Y. PARK: A Huayanist reading of the Lotus Sūtra – The case of Li 
Tongxuan, pp. 295-328

Barbara GERKE: ‘Treating the aged’ and ‘Maintaining health’ – Locating 
bcud len practices in the four Tibetan medical tantras, pp. 329 -362

Eviatar SHULMAN: The Aṭṭhakavagga as Buddhist poetry, pp. 363-411

Chizuko YOSHIMIZU: Reasoning-for-others in Candrakīrti’s Madhyamaka 
thought, pp. 413-444


Prof. Dr. Birgit Kellner
Chair in Buddhist Studies
Principal Investigator
Deputy Speaker Research Area D "Historicities and Heritage"
Cluster of Excellence "Asia and Europe in a Global Context - - the 
Dynamics of Transculturality"
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