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Global Buddhism: Developmental Periods, Regional Histories, and a New Analytical Perspective
Author Bauman, Martin
Source Journal of Global Buddhism
Pages1 - 43
PublisherJournal of Global Buddhism
Publisher Url
LocationLucerne, Switzerland
Content type期刊論文=Journal Article
KeywordGlobal Buddhism
Table of contentsIntroduction
I. Periods of Buddhism
II. The Histories of Buddhism Spreading Globally
Buddhism has become global
Early contacts
Mid-nineteenth century encounters: Text without context
Buddhist converts and initial institutions
Internationalization: Toward a global Buddhism
The arrival of East Asian migrants
The first half of the twentieth century
1950s and 1960s: Spread and pluralization
From the 1970s onward: Rapid increase
III. A New Analytical Perspective on Buddhism in the West
Plurality and globality
Two Buddhisms: Immigrant and convert Buddhism
Reconsidering the two Buddhisms: Traditionalist versus modernist Buddhism
IV. Conclusion: Traditionalist, Modernist, and Global Buddhism
Works Cited
ISSN15276457 (E)
Created date2001.08.06; 2002.10.03
Modified date2017.07.19

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