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The Making of American Buddhism
著者 Mitchell, Scott A. (著)
巻号September/October
出版年月日2023.04.20
ページ264
出版者Oxford University Press
出版サイト https://global.oup.com/academic/?lang=en&cc=tw
出版地Oxford, UK [牛津, 英國]
資料の種類書籍=Book
言語英文=English
キーワードAmerican Buddhism; Beat Generation; Buddhist modernism; Buddhist studies; Japanese Americans; Nisei; race; religion; religious infrastructure; 1950s
抄録The Making of American Buddhism tells the story of how Japanese Americans in the 1950s made possible American Buddhism. Using the Berkeley Bussei, a Buddhist magazine published from 1939 to 1960, as a case study, the book demonstrates how Japanese American Buddhists argued that Buddhism was both what made them good Americans and what they had to contribute to America—a rational and scientific religion of peace. Such rhetorical constructions of Buddhist modernism were common at midcentury, and this study centers American Jōdo Shinshū Buddhists in this history. Boldly claiming an American Buddhist identity, even in the face of racial and religious discrimination, they created communities, published magazines, and hosted scholarly conventions and translation projects. In short, Nisei Buddhists built religious infrastructure. Without this infrastructure, the Buddhist modernists and Beat Generation writers who are often credited with popularizing Buddhism in the later twentieth century would not have had places to publish their ideas and communities in which to learn Buddhist practice. D. T. Suzuki, Alan Watts, Jack Kerouac, and Gary Snyder, all of whom make appearances in the Berkeley Bussei, were supported by or connected to the Nisei Buddhist community. This book recenters their experiences and the unseen labor that ultimately made possible American Buddhism.
目次Prologue: Kashiwagi's Narrative
Introduction: Buddhism Rephrased
1. The Buddhist Movement in America
2. A Rational Teaching
3. All This and Discrimination
4. A House for Our Hopes
5. Where the Heart Belongs
Conclusion: As All Things Go
Epilogue: Our Narrative
Bibliography
Index
ISBN9780197641569 (Hardcover); 0197641563 (Hardcover)
DOIhttps://doi.org/10.1093/oso/9780197641569.001.0001
ヒット数72
作成日2023.05.19
更新日期2023.05.22



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