Table of contents for Chinese religions : publications in Western languages, volume 4, 1996-2000 / compiled by Gary Seaman, Laurence G. Thompson, and Zhifang Song ; edited by Gary Seaman.


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PART ONE:
Bibliography, General Treatments,
and Other Overall Categories
1.I  B ib lio g rap h y  ............................ ........ .........  .................... ............ .......................................   2
1.2(A) Works on World Religions: Confucianism and Taoism                    2...........................................
1.2(B) Specific Treatments of Chinese Religions: Broader Views ....                ..................................  4
I.2(C )  Scriptures  and  Texts  ............. ... ........ ..................... .. ........ ............................... ............
I.3  R eligion  an d  G ender  ...........................................................................................................6
1.4  R eligion  and  M usic  ..............................  ............................................................... ..........  10
1.5 The Study of Chinese Religion: Sinology and Obituaries ...10.......................................
L.6 Collective Works in Multiple Categories ................        ............................................ ......... 11
L7 Religion in Literature, Writing, and Inscriptions .......................................  ................. 16
1 7 (A )  P oetry  ....... .... ...... ......... ... .......... .........................................................................  18
L 7(B -1)  H si  Y u  C h i  .................................................................................................................. 19
1.7(B -2)  O ther  L ong  Fiction  ............................. ... .......... ....... .... ................................... ...... 19
.7  (C )  Short  F iction  .. .... . .... .... ............... .. ............... ......... ..... ............................................  20
1 7(D )  M iscellan eou s  ......  ................................................................................................... 20
I.8 Religion and Ecology                                                                          ........ .2.....0... ..  20
L9  Science   and  C osm  ology  ..... ......  ...................................... ....................................... ..... 23
1.10  R eligion  and  M artial A rts ........................................................................................ ... 25
1.  11  R eligion  and  L aw  .... .......... ............... .................. ............ ....... .... ... ......... 26
t. 12  V ideo  and  E lectronic  M edia  ............................................................................................ 27
PART TWO
Chinese Religion Exclusive of Buddhism
I. I  Term inology   and  Translation   .   ... .. ..................   ..... ............... ...... ..... ....... .... .................. 31
IL.2 Archeology and Antiquity Through Han Times .........................................     ................ . 33
t1.3  M ythology   ............ .........  ........ ....".... .......... _ 38
11.4  A rt  and  Sym bol  ..........  ........... ...................... ............... ... ..... ..... ................... ....... .......... 39
11.5 Religion and History: Tang Times to End of Empire . .............................................43
11.6  Religious  Thought and    Philosophy     ..   ......... .............. ...... ................ ................... . ........ 46
II.7  Confucius   and  "Confucianism    "  ...................................... ................................................ 48
11.7(A )  M o  T zu  and  O thers  ......................................................................................................  56
II.7(B )  M encius  and  H sun  T zu  .......................................... .......................... .... ................. 56
11.8 *"Neo-Confucianism" ......'n ..............                            57
11.9 Ethics and Morals                          ........                    59
11. 10  Fliality  and  Famiy  ..............                            ....... 62
I1.11 Death, Afterlife, Tombs,T  and Ancestral Cult ........_  .......  ......... ....... . 65
I 1t2 F nig-s hud Geomancy, and Space . ..  . .. ..  ............ ......
11. 13 Religioon and State......... 71
11.14 Taoism: General Treatments............ _77
11. 15 Lao Tzu^ and Tao T Ching ..... ........... ....77
11. 1 Taoist Texts and the Taoist Canon. .....                              80
11.17 Taoist Arts and Iconograph y ....                   .............. 84
IL 8 Taoist Thought ..84
Il. 19 Taoism  and  History  ......   .. .....................              85
11.20  Taoism  and  Literature  .. ..  ... . .... . ... ......  ..........  86
11.2  Taoist Biography  ............87
11.22 Taoist Immortals and Hagiography .............. 87
11.23 Taoist Pantheon and Cults .. ..             ......   ..        .......... 88
11.24 Professional Thoism: Schools" and Monachism ... ....                  89
11.25 Taoist SeilfCutivation: Yoga, A chemy, etc. .................... 89
1T..26 Taoist Liturgy  and  Ritual              ........ . . .. ............ ... . .  ........ ...  ... ...  ..... 91
.11.27 Taoist Meditation, Mysticism, and Personal Religious Experience  ......  91
11.28 Popular Religion and 'Superstitions": General ...........   .......... 92
11.29 Local Studies: M ainland  ......... ........  .. ....   ...........   95
11.30 Deities and Images: General .............. _ . .....         .. .........  98
11,31  Specific Deities and Cults ... ................... 99
11.32 Religious Calendar: Festi als and Popular Customs .....  ......... ... 102
11.33 Temples, Mountains, and Pilgrimage ..... ....... ....      ... ..   .. 104
11.34  Ritual and Sacrifice .... ....... .. ........... ............ 106
11.35 Divination and Oracles ..... .....              ...  ...    .  ...... ... 109
11.36 Shamanism and Spirit Mediums........                          ....[..._  I
11.37 Magic, Witchcraft, and Sorcery ..                            .......... 112
11.38 Curing and Medicine; ....... ... .... . ..  ................. 113
11.39 Religion in Popular Tales and Drama ........      ......   ..  ..... 115
1.39(A) Folklore and Proverbs  .. ........                 .........   ......  115
1I.39(B) Drama, Opera, and Performance ............. 115
11.39(C) Tracts, Precious Scrolls, Baojuan, and Spirit-Writing Texts........... 116
11.39(D) Popular Stories, Mass Media, Comics, and Films ......................... 117
11.39(E) Short Fiction                          .........           ....... ... 117
11.40 Sects, Secret Societies, and New Religions .... ......................... 117
11.41 Religion in Republican Times (Ca. 1900-1949) ..............  .  ....... 19
11.42 Religion on Mainland under PRC (Ca. 1949-2000) ......  ................... 119
11.42(A) Cult of Mao and Communist Heroes ................................ 22
11.42(B) Falun  Gong  .........,....... ........ ......... . . .........   123
l.43 Taiwan, Japan, and Korea        ........                    ........... 124
11.44 Hong Kong and Overseas Diaspora                               ........ 128
11.44(A) Hong Kong and Macao ........ ... ...........  .............. 128
1.44(B) M ainland Southeast Asi and Singapore ........................  ..  130
1144(C) sland Southeast Asia, Oceania, Indian Ocean, and Africa ............. 131
[l1.44(D) Americas and United States ................................................................................. 131
11.45  C om parisons   and  Interactions    ...................................................................... .....  ..........  132
1.1.46 Political Economy and Society.... .. ....................                      ...       ..      .. 142
11.47  R eview s  and  M iscellaneous   .. ..... ...................................... .  .. .......... .............. ... 145
f1.48 Self and Identity: Ethnicity. Nationality, Race, and the Body .....             ................. ...........  146
11.49 Sex, Homos exuality and Divers de[Siresi] .........         ....................................    151
11.50 Networks, Exchange, Gifts, Values, Guanxi ...........................      ............... ................. 152
11.5  Food,   D rink, and  D rugs  ... .-..... .... . ... ..... ............. ..................................... ....  54
PART THREE
Chinese Buddhism
111.1  R eference  M aterials  ... ......................................... ............ ... ............   157
111.2  G eneral  T reatm ents    .  1........ .. ................................... ...... ... ......... ................................  57
11. 3 Texts in Translation .1............    ...........                             ............... 157
II.4 Studies of Texts and Terms .....           ..............                                            158
111.5  T heory  and  D octrine  ...   .............................................................................. ...... ..   159
II.6  B uddhism    and  H istory  ...   .......................................................................................... 160
IlL.6(,A )  Silk  R oad  and  Central A sia  .......... ... ... .......................... .................. .. .................. 162
11.6(B) Spice Routes, South, and Southeast Asia ....            ......... ............................ ................ . .. 163
III6(C) Along the Great Wall and East Asia ...................................................... ............. 63
111.7  Schools  and  Individuals     ....... ................ ....... ........    ......   ... .... ..     164
i1 1.7(A )  G eneral  ... .............. ....... ...........                                              164....................................... .... .. ... ... ..
I L.7 (B )  L ti  (V in aya)  ...................................  ...... ............ .................................................  64
11.7(C  )  H ua-yen    .   ..     ...... .... ...................... .....164.. .. ........................................... 64
II .7 (D )  T 'ien -t 'ai  ................................................................................................ ...... . .....  16 4
111.7(E )  C hen-yen  (E soteric) ......64........... ............................... ... ....................................... 64
fll.(F)  Ching-t'u    (Pure  Land)   .   ...... ....... ......................... .......                 165
111.7 (G )  C h 'an  . . ..   . .  ...   ...................... ........................................... ......................   16 5
1I1.7(H) San Lun (Madhyaniika)           ...-:.......                                         ..167
7i     M iscellan eou  s  ............ ..... .. ................... .. ........ .. ............................................. .......  16 7
1I1.8  Sangha  and  M  onachism     ................. .................... ....... ................................................. 167
111.9  P ilg rim s  ........................................................................................................ ....... ... ....  16 8
11I. 10 Rites, Cults, and Praxis .16......................................                                168
I lI.11  A rt and  Iconography  ...........................................................     .....+.... ... 169
I  . 1  (A )  G e n eral  ...... ............. ......... ......... ........................ ...................................... .... ..... 17 0
SI .1 (1B )  Iconography   and  M otifs     ...... ........................................................................... 170
1I . 11(C )  S pecific  T em ples  ...... ......... .... ..... .............................................................. ...... 170
i  . I I (D )  A rchitecture  (except Pagodas)  ................................ .................................. ........ 171
11 . 1] 1(E )  P ag o d as  .......... .................................................................................................. ......  17 1
I  , 1  (F )  S c u lp tu re  ............................................................................................................ ..  17 1
111. 1  (G )  S telae  .... ..... ....... .... . .... ................................................................. .........  .......  17 1
111. 1 (H) Painting (including Woodcuts and Frescoes' 1................................................... t71
1 1. I1  (1)  H istorical  E m phasis  ..... ............... . ...... ....... ...... ......................................... ...... 172
111.  1 (1)  M iscellan eou s  .......... ........................................................  ..................................   17 2
III.12  S pecific  D eities  .................. .......................... ... ......................................................  172
I 1 13  C aves  and  M ountains         ........................................ ........... ....... ............. ..................  173
1II . 13(A )  G eneral  ........................... - .............. ......... ..... ..... .................................................   17 3
II .13(B )  Y iin-kang  ............................................................................................................... 17 3
III.13(C  )  L un g m n  ...............................................................................................................  17 3
III  13(D )  T 'ien-1ung  Shan   ...... . ......................................................... .......  ..................... . 173
III, I3(E )  O -rnei  S han  ......................... ......... .  . .................................................................... 173
III.13(F  )  W u-t'ai  S han  .......................................................................................................... 173
II .11 3(G )  P 'u-t'o  Shan  .......                                                                       17........ .............  3... ........ ... .................................
III.13(H  )  T un-huang   L...........   .......... ...................... ...... ......... ......... ... .......... ................... ..... 173
III.13(H-1) Tun-huang Texts                                            1................................................ 74
11 . t   3(H -2)  Tun-huang  A rt  .....   .......................... ..............................................   174
III113(H  -3) Tun-huang     M  iscellaneous ....................... .... ...... ...........  ...... ..........................  I 74
111.13(1)  O thers  ....  .. ....... ........ ....................................... .............     ..... 174
III.14 Popular Buddhism        and Buddhism      in Stories ..............   ...... ................... ....... .........  175
1I 15 Buddhism      and Chinese Culture ............. ..................................................  ......... .... 176
1I.16 Modern Buddhism          in Republican Times (Ca. 1900-1949)................................       ... 177
11I.17 Modern Buddhism         in Mainland under PRC (Ca. 1949-2000) ................               ............. 177
III. 18 Taiwan, Hong Kong, and Overseas Diaspora ...........................................                177
II   .19  C om parisons  and  Interactions  ............... .. .............................. ......... ............. .........   178
111.20 Reviews and Miscellaneous .1.............................................  ...... ...................... 180
111.21 Tibet and Tibetans: Lamaism, Tantrism, Bon, etc .              ................................................. 180
III.22  Islam   and  M oslem  s  .. ...............   .............................................................. ....... ..... .. 181
PART FOUR
Index
Index of Publications 1996 throu'gh 2000: Authors, Editors, Compilers,
Translators, Photographers, and Illustrators Cited in this Volume .......... ............................ 83



Library of Congress subject headings for this publication: China Religion Bibliography