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Taking Welch and The Practice of Chinese Buddhism into the 21st century
Author Nichols, Brian J.
Source Studies in Chinese Religions
Volumev.3 n.3
Date2017
Pages258 - 280
Publisher中国社会科学院=Institute of World Religions, Chinese Academy of Social Sciences(CASS); Taylor & Francis Group
Publisher Url http://casseng.cssn.cn/
LocationLeeds, UK [里茲, 英國]
Content type期刊論文=Journal Article
Language英文=English
KeywordHolmes Welch; Buddhist monasticism; The Practice of Chinese Buddhism; women; hereditary temples
AbstractThe first volume of Welch’s trilogy, The Practice of Chinese Buddhism, 1900–1950 provides a detailed and wide-ranging account of monastic Buddhism in China before its radical disruption during the Maoist period. Welch based his work on interviews with monks living in exile. Over the past couple of decades it has become possible for researchers to conduct research onsite at monasteries in mainland China, thus opening ethnographic avenues of inquiry unavailable to Welch. This article examines Welch’s approach and findings to determine their continued relevance and shortcomings; lacunae will be identified as well as points of strength so that readers may come away from his work with an appreciation of its limitations and a basis for further research.
DOIhttps://doi.org/10.1080/23729988.2017.1392195
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Created date2021.03.24



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