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16.01.2009Vladimir Tikhonov  Friday 14:15 -16:00, Seminarrom 12 P.A. Munchs hus  General Introduction   Separate handout 
23.01.2009Vladimir Tikhonov   Friday 14:15 -16:00, Seminarrom 12 P.A. Munchs hus   Introduction to the theory of religion  Mircea Eliade, ”Methodological Remarks on the Study of Religion’s Symbolism” The History of Religions: Essays in Methodology by Mircea Eliade and Joseph M. Kitagawa (eds.) Chicago : University of Chicago Press, 1959.

Non-obligatory: Gerald James Larson, “Prolegomenon to a Theory of Religion”, - Journal of the American Academy of Religion Vol. 46, No. 4 (Dec., 1978), pp. 443-463.  

30.01.2009Vladimir Tikhonov   Friday 14:15 -16:00, Seminarrom 12 P.A. Munchs hus   Approaches to the studies of animist/shamanist cults and beliefs   M.Eliade, Shamanism, Princeton University Press, 1972; Chinese Civilization: A Sourcebook, pp. 3-17, 105-109; Sources of Chinese Tradition, pp. 3-24; Donald S. Lopez (ed.) : Buddhism in Practice, pp. 41-51, 229-241; D.Overmyer (ed.), Religion in China Today (Cambridge University Press, 2003), pp. 32-89.

Non-obligatory: D.K.Gardner, “Ghosts and Spirits in the Sung Neo-Confucian World: Chu Hsi on kuei-shen”, - Journal of the American Oriental Society, Vol. 115, No. 4 (Oct. - Dec., 1995), pp. 598-611; A.Anagnost, “Politics and Magic in Contemporary China”, - Modern China, Vol. 13, No. 1, Symposium on Hegemony and Chinese Folk Ideologies, Part I (Jan., 1987), pp. 41-61; J.Grayson, Korea – A Religious History (Routledge, 1989), pp. 19-22, 216-230. 

06.02.2009Vladimir Tikhonov   Friday 14:15 -16:00, Seminarrom 12 P.A. Munchs hus   Confucian and Neo-Confucian traditions   Chinese Civilization: A Sourcebook, pp. 17-27, 42-51, 64-69, 157-164, 172-178, 195-199, 256-263, 326-335; Sources of Chinese Tradition, pp. 24-30, 32-64, 114-159, 325-346, 598-639, 667-682, 684-741, 743-755. Sources of Chinese Tradition, pp. 24-213, 325-375, 568-639; 667-755, 841-874; Donald S. Lopez (ed.) : Buddhism in Practice, pp. 251-260, 471-487

Non-obligatory: D.Gardner, Chu Hsi and the Ta-Hsueh (Harvard University Press, 1986); Bryan W. Van Norden, Confucius and the Analects: new essays (Oxford, 2002); P.Nosco (ed.), Confucianism and Tokugawa Culture (University of Hawaii Press, 1984), pp. 27-62, 138-166; Ed. Chung, The Korean Neo-Confucianism of Yi Toegye and Yi Yulgok: A Reappraisal of the "Four-Seven Thesis" and Its Practical Implications for Self-Cultivation (State University of New York Press, 1995).

 

13.02.2009Vladimir Tikhonov   Friday 14:15 -16:00, Seminarrom 12 P.A. Munchs hus   “Western” (Christian and Leftist) Thought in East Asia   Chinese Civilization: A Sourcebook, pp. 411-470,496-501; Jonathan D. Spence: The Memory Palace of Matteo Ricci, Faber, 1985. pp. xiii-xvi, 1-23, 128-200; Charles E. Ronan and Bonnie B.C. Oh (ed.): East Meets West: The Jesuits in China, 1582-1773, Loyola University Press. 1988 pp. 129-173; Arif Dirlik: The Origins of Chinese Communism, pp. 9-121; Kazuo Kasahara (ed.), A History of Japanese Religion (Tokyo: Kosei Publishing, 2001), pp. 421-441, 495-525; D.Overmyer (ed.), Religion in China Today (Cambridge University Press, 2003), pp. 162-199.

Non-obligatory: Saree Makdisi (ed): Marxism beyond Marxism (Routledge 1996), pp. 119-149; Raymond F. Wylie, The emergence of Maoism : Mao Tse-Tung, Ch'en Po-ta, and the search for Chinese theory 1935-45 (Stanford University Press, 1980); W.Pietz, New Asian Marxisms (Duke University Press, 2002), pp. 205-247; Lee Namhee, The Making of Minjung (Cornell University Press, 2007), pp. 147-186. 

20.02.2009Vladimir Tikhonov  Friday 14:15 -16:00, Seminarrom 12 P.A. Munchs hus   Nationalism in East Asia  Chinese Civilization: A Sourcebook, pp. 401-411, 501-505; Xue Yu, Buddhism, War and Nationalism: Chinese Monks in the Struggle against Japanese Aggressions, 1931-1945 (Routledge, 2005), pp. 15-77, 136-150.

Non-obligatory: Zheng Yongnian, Discovering Chinese nationalism in China : modernization and international relations, (Cambridge, 1999); Yumiko Iida, Rethinking identity in modern Japan : nationalism as aesthetics (Routledge, 2002); P.Gries, China’s New Nationalism (University of California Press, 2004); Shin Gi-Wook, Ethnic Nationalism in Korea (Stanford University Press, 2006).  

27.02.2009Vladimir Tikhonov   Friday 14:15 -16:00, Seminarrom 12 P.A. Munchs hus   ”New religions” in East Asia  Ian Reader, Esben Andreasen, Finn Stefansson: Japanese religions: Past and Present, University of Hawaii Press. 1993. pp. 121-139; Kazuo Kasahara (ed.), A History of Japanese Religion (Tokyo: Kosei Publishing, 2001), pp. 561-585; D.Overmyer (ed.), Religion in China Today (Cambridge University Press, 2003), pp. 199-215.

Non-obligatory: Peter Clarke, Jeffrey Somers, Japanese new religions in the West , Sandgate, 1994. J.Lewis, J.Petersen, Controversial New Religions (Oxford University Press, 2005), pp. 43-61.

 

06.03.2009Christoph Anderl  Friday 14:15 -16:00, Seminarrom 12 P.A. Munchs hus   Basic concepts of Buddhism  World of the Buddha: A Reader by L.Stryk (ed.), N.Y., 1968; Chinese Civilization: A Sourcebook, pp. 97-105; Sources of Chinese Tradition, pp. 415-433; Donald S. Lopez, Jr (ed), Buddhism in Practice, Princeton University Press, 1995, pp. 69-87; Donald S. Lopez, Jr (ed), Religions of China in Practice, Princeton University Press, 1996, pp. 360-372  
13.03.2009Christoph Anderl   Friday 14:15 -16:00, Seminarrom 12 P.A. Munchs hus   Mahayana Buddhism / introduction of Buddhism to China  Sources of Chinese Tradition, pp. 433-476; Donald S. Lopez, Jr (ed), Buddhism in Practice, Princeton University Press, 1995, pp. 228-241 Sources of Chinese Tradition, pp. 529-537; Chinese Civilization: A Sourcebook, pp. 132-136; Donald S. Lopez, Jr (ed), Religions of China in Practice, Princeton University Press, 1996, pp.82-106, 203-223, 372-381, 390-397, 423-437; Donald S. Lopez, Jr (ed), Buddhism in Practice, Princeton University Press, 1995, pp. 553-563, 578-603.  
20.03.2009Christoph Anderl   Friday 14:15 -16:00, Seminarrom 12 P.A. Munchs hus   The sinification of Buddhism: Doctrinal debates and the formation of Chinese Buddhist schools (Chan, Huayan, Tiantai, Faxiang, Mizong)  Sources of Chinese Tradition, pp. 491-529; Donald S. Lopez, Jr (ed), Buddhism in Practice, Princeton University Press, 1995, pp. 197-207 Sources of Chinese Tradition, pp. 529-537; Chinese Civilization: A Sourcebook, pp. 132-136; Donald S. Lopez, Jr (ed), Religions of China in Practice, Princeton University Press, 1996, pp.82-106, 203-223, 372-381, 390-397, 423-437; Donald S. Lopez, Jr (ed), Buddhism in Practice, Princeton University Press, 1995, pp. 553-563, 578-603.  
27.03.2009Christoph Anderl   Friday 14:15 -16:00, Seminarrom 12 P.A. Munchs hus   Folk Buddhism and Pure Land Practices in Late Medieval China  Deadline for handing in the qualifying assignment. The assignment should be submitted in Fronter by 15:00.

Sources of Chinese Tradition, Sources of Chinese Tradition, pp. 481-491; Donald S. Lopez, Jr (ed), Religions of China in Practice, Princeton University Press, 1996, pp. 203-223, 423-437; Donald S. Lopez, Jr (ed), Buddhism in Practice, Princeton University Press, 1995, pp. 359-380  

03.04.2009Christoph Anderl   Friday 14:15 -16:00, Seminarrom 12 P.A. Munchs hus   Seminar 1: Buddhist material culture, iconography, and architecture   
17.04.2009Christoph Anderl   Friday 14:15 -16:00, Seminarrom 12 P.A. Munchs hus   The spread of Buddhism in East Asia: The formation of Korean and Japanese schools   
24.04.2009Bart Dessein / Christoph Anderl  Friday 14:15 -16:00, Seminarrom 12 P.A. Munchs hus   Seminar 2: Text and tradition - the significance of scriptures in East Asian Buddhism   
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