viernes, 30 de junio de 2017
New post on Journal of Buddhist Ethics
Table of Contents
by Mark RoweDear Colleagues,
We are very happy to announce the publication of volume 44/1 of the Japanese Journal of Religious Studies: Gendering Religious Practices In Japan.
Here is the table of contents, with hyperlinks to PDFs. As with all JJRS articles, everything is open access.
Editors’ Introduction by Kawahashi Noriko 川橋範子 and Kobayashi Naoko 小林奈央子
Gender and New Religions in Modern Japan by Inose Yuri 猪瀬優理
A Church with Newly-Opened Doors: The Ordination of Women Priests in the Anglican-Episcopal Church of Japan by Miki Mei 三木メイ
Women Challenging the “Celibate” Buddhist Order: Recent Cases of Progress and Regress in the Sōtō School by Kawahashi Noriko 川橋範子
Charting Known Territory: Female Buddhist Priests by Mark Rowe
Sacred Mountains and Women in Japan: Fighting a Romanticized Image of Female Ascetic Practitioners by Kobayashi Naoko 小林奈央子
Spirituality and Women in Japan by Komatsu Kayoko 小松加代子
Review Article: Lesbian Identities by Kudō Marie
Review of: Barbara R. Ambros, by Kuroki Masako
Review of: Odaira Mika, by Kobayashi Naoko
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