Kuroda Institute

Kuroda Institute logoPeter N. Gregory, Director
email: pgregory@smith.edu

Studies in East Asian Buddhism
Classics in East Asian Buddhism

Editorial Board

William Bodiford, University of California, Los Angeles
Robert E. Buswell, University of California, Los Angeles
T. Griffith Foulk, Sarah Lawrence College
Peter N. Gregory, Smith College
Richard Jaffe, Duke University
Robert H. Sharf, University of California, Berkeley
Jacqueline I. Stone, Princeton University
Zhiru, Pomona College

Studies in East Asian Buddhism

23. Hokkeji and the Reemergence of Female Monastic Orders in Premodern Japan, by Lori R. Meeks (2010)

22. How Zen Became Zen: The Dispute over Enlightenment and the Formation of Chan Buddhism in Song-Dynasty China, by Morten Schlutter (2008)

21. The Making of a Savior Bodhisattva: Dizang in Medieval China, by Zhiru (2007)

20. The Buddhist Dead: Practices, Discourses, Representations, ed. by Bryan J. Cuevas and Jacqueline I. Stone (2007)

19. Burning for the Buddha: Self-Immolation in Chinese Buddhism, by James A. Benn (2007)

18. Going Forth: Visions of Buddhist Vinaya, by William Bodiford (2005, out of print)

17. Approaching the Land of Bliss: Religious Praxis in the Cult of Amitābha, ed. by Richard K. Payne and Kenneth K. Tanaka (2002, out of print)

16. Tsung-mi and the Sinification of Chinese Buddhism, by Peter N. Gregory (2002)

15. Ryōgen and Mount Hiei: Japanese Tendai in the Tenth Century, by Paul Groner (2002, out of print)

14. Coming to Terms with Chinese Buddhism: A Reading of the Treasure Store Treatise, by Robert H. Sharf (2001, paper ed. 2005)

13. Buddhism in the Sung, ed. by Peter N. Gregory and Daniel A. Getz Jr. (cloth 1999, paper 2002)

12. Original Enlightenment and the Transformation of Medieval Japanese Buddhism, by Jacqueline I. Stone (cloth 1999, paper 2003), Award for Excellence in the Study of Religion (Historical Studies) from the American Academy of Religion

11. Re-Visioning “Kamakura” Buddhism, ed. by Richard K. Payne (1998)

10. The Eminent Monk: Buddhist Ideals in Medieval Chinese Hagiography, by John Kieschnick (1997)

9. The Scripture on the Ten Kings and the Making of Purgatory in Medieval Chinese Buddhism, by Stephen F. Teiser (cloth 1994, paper 2003), Winner of the 1996 Levenson Prize, Association for Asian Studies

8. Soto Zen in Medieval Japan, by William M. Bodiford (1993, new in paper June 2008)

7. Paths to Liberation: The Marga and Its Transformations in Buddhist Thought, ed. by Robert E. Buswell Jr. and Robert M. Gimello (1992, out of print)

6. Buddhist Hermeneutics, ed. by Donald S. Lopez, Jr. (1992, out of print)

5. Sudden and Gradual: Approaches to Enlightenment in Chinese Thought, ed. by Peter N. Gregory (1988, out of print)

4. Traditions of Meditation in Chinese Buddhism, ed. by Peter N. Gregory (1987)

3. The Northern School and the Formation of Early Ch’an Buddhism, by John R. McRae (1984 ed. out of print; reissued 2005)

2. Dogen Studies, ed. by William R. LaFleur (1985)

1. Studies in Ch’an and Hua-Yen, ed. by Robert M. Gimello and Peter N. Gregory (1983)

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Classics in East Asian Buddhism

Signs from the Unseen Realm: Buddhist Miracle Tales from Early Medieval China, by Robert Ford Campany (March 2012)

Personal Salvation and Filial Piety: Two Precious Scroll Narratives of Guanyin and Her Acolytes, trans. by Wilt L. Idema (2008)

The Scriptures of Wôn Buddhism: A Translation of Wônbulgyo kyojôn with Introduction, by Bongkil Chung (2003)

The Origins of Buddhist Monastic Codes in China: An Annotated Translation and Study of the Changyuan qinggui, by Yifa (2002)

Hônen’s Senchakushû: Passages on the Selection of the Nembutsu in the Original Vow, trans. and ed. by Senchakushû English Translation Project (1998, out of print)

Zen in Medieval Vietnam: A Study and Translation of the Thiên Uyên Tâp Anh, by Cuong Tu Nguyen (1998, out of print)

Inquiry into the Origin of Humanity: An Annotated Translation of Tsung-mi’s Yüan jen lun with a Modern Commentary, trans. by Peter N. Gregory (1996)

The Great Calming and Contemplation: A Study and Annotated Translation of the First Chapter of Chih-i’s Mo-ho chih-kuan, trans. and ed. by Neal Donner and Daniel Stevenson (1993, out of print)

Tracing Back the Radiance: Chinul’s Korean Way of Zen, by Robert E. Buswell Jr. (1992)

The Record of Tung-Shan, trans. by William F. Powell (1986, out of print)

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