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*BRUNEI*
BRUNEI: JOURNAL ARTICLES
Harrisson, Tom (1955), Indian pioneers in Borneo: c.500 A.D. on … Sarawak Museum Journal (Kuching) 6, no.6 (new series), no.21 (old series) (Dec) 511-517, 2p. of plates

*BURMA*
BURMA: JOURNAL ARTICLES
Aye Kyaw (1984) The Sangha organization in nineteenth century Burma and Thailand Journal of the Siam Society (Bangkok) 72: 166-196

Bechert, Heinz (1989), “The recent attempt at a reform of the Buddhist Sangha in Burma and its implications,” Internationales Asienforum = International Quarterly for Asian Studies (Munchen) 20, nos.3-4 (Nov) 303-323

Becka, Jan (1990) The ideological aspects of Buddhist revival in Burma (1948-1962) Archiv Orientalni (Prague) 58, no.4 337-353

Becka, Jan (1991) The role of Buddhism as a factor of Burmese national identity in the period of British rule in Burma (1886-1948) Archiv Orientalni (Prague) 59, no.4 389-405

Brohm, J (1963), “Buddhism and animism in a Burmese village,” Journal of Asian Studies, 22: 155-167

Ciochon, R L, J James (1992). The power of Pagan Archaeology. 45(5): 34-41, 90

Guillaume Rozeberg (2002). Vegetarianism et saintete dans le bouddhisme du Threavada: pour une lecture des sources anciennes a la lumiere de la realite contemporaine [English and Spanish summaries] [French] Archives de sciences sociales des religions. 120 pp 5-31

Hayami, Yoko (1992). Power in the periphery and socio-religious change among the Karen: from nineteenth century Burma to Thailand today [English summary] [Japanese] Japanese journal of ethnology. 57(3): 271-96

Hla Myo Nwe (1997) The Myanmar Buddhist 'hsoon laung' tradition (providing sustenance to the Sangha) Myanmar Perspectives (Yangon) 2, no.4 33-36

Hooker, M.B. (1990), The Chinese Confucian and the Chinese Buddhist in British Burma, 1881-1947 Journal of Southeast Asian Studies (Singapore) 21, no.2 (Sep) 384-401

Krishan, Y (1998), Buddhism and caste system East and West (Rome) 48, nos.1-2 (Jun) 41-55

Leach, Edmund (1973) Buddhism in the post-colonial political order in Burma and Ceylon Daedalus (Cambridge, MA) 102, no.1 (Win 29-54

Min Zin (2000), “Beyond dichotomies: a Buddhist perspective on Burmese politics,” Burma Debate (New York) , 7, no.3 (Fall, 2000), 14-17

U Myat Saw (1978), “Sangha and the threefold Buddhist practice,” Maha Bodhi (Calcutta) , 86, nos.6-7 (Jun-Jul, 189-192

Myo Htin Kyaw (1985), The Burmese traditional enshrinement ceremony Forward (Rangoon) , 23, no.4, 31-35

Nandisena (1978), “Oh come and see,” Maha Bodhi (Calcutta) , 86, nos.6-7 (Jun-Jul,), 193-196

Elizabeth K Nottingham (1972), “Buddhist meditation in Burma,” Maha Bodhi (Calcutta) , 80, no.4 (Apr,), 95-98

Nyan Chit (1975), “Bogyoke Aung San on Buddhism,” Guardian (Rangoon) , 22, no.2 (Feb,), 25-26

Thein Kyipwayay Oo (1978), “Buddhist traditional medical practice,” Maha Bodhi (Calcutta) , 86, nos.11-12 (Nov-Dec,), 290-292

Bikkhu U Ottama (1978), “Two origins of life or Paticca Samupadda,” Guardian (Rangoon) , 25 (, 1978), 21-28

Robin Paynter (1995), “Burmese Buddhism,” CORMOSEA Bulletin (Ann Arbor, MI) , 24, no.1 (Jun, 1995)

Pe Than (2000), “A trip to Zalun to pay homage to country-returning Buddha,” Guardian (Rangoon) , 47, no.2 (Feb,), 22-24

Pe Than (2000), “Ceremonial conveyance of twenty-eight Buddha images,” Guardian (Rangoon) , 47, no.9 (Sep, 2000), 15-16

Pe Than (2000), “Consecration ceremonies,” Guardian (Rangoon) , 47, no.4 (Apr), 22-23

Pe Than (1995), Counterpart of the Greek Sphinx,” Guardian (Rangoon) , 42, no.9 (Sep, 19-21

Pe Than (1994), “Data collection method of the ancient Myanmar,” Guardian (Rangoon), 41, no.10 (Oct), 13-14

Pe Than (1995), “Divine cure,” Guardian (Rangoon) , 42, no.8 (Aug), 21-23

Pe Than (1995), “Offering oil lamps in the river,” Guardian (Rangoon) , 42, no.10 (Oct), 21-23

Pe Than (1997& 1998), “Paintings and sculptures depicting Buddha's birth stories,” Guardian (Rangoon) , 44, no.12 (Dec) 15-17 to 45, no.8 (Aug), various pagings

Pe Than (1999), “Paintings and sculptures depicting Buddha's birth stories (continued) Guardian (Rangoon) , 46, no.9 (Sep, 1999), 18-20

Pe Than (1995), “Replica of the Lord Buddha,” Guardian (Rangoon) , 42, no.5 (May) 30-31; no.6 (Jun, 1995), 24-26

Pe Than (1999), “Time to pay respects to elders,” Guardian (Rangoon) , 46, no.10 (Oct), 16-18

Pfanner, David E. and Jasper C. Ingersoll (1962) “Therevada Buddhism and Village Economic Bahavior: a Burmese and Thai Comparison,” Journal of Asian Studies, 21: 341-366

Pollak, Oliver B. (1988), “The Saya San rebellion (1930-1932): Buddhism, anti-colonialism and nationalism in Burma,” Indo-British Review (Madras) , 15, no.1, (1988), 67-76

Rutledge, Paul James and Sue Stivers, (1991), Keepers of the precepts: Thilashins and Burman Buddhist women's religious participation and status, Asian Culture Quarterly (Taipei) , 19, no.3 19-29

Sadler, A.W (1970), “Pagoda and monastery: reflections on the social morphology of Burmese Buddhism,” Journal of Asian and African Studies (Leiden) , 5, no.4 (Oct,), 282-292

Sao Saimong (1980), “The Phaungtaw-u Festival,” Journal of the Siam Society (Bangkok) , 68, pt.2 (Jul), 70-81

San Lwin (1996), “Kahson: the month for pouring water on the Bo tree,” Myanmar Perspectives (Yangon) , 3, no.6, 46-48

San Shwe Bu (1919), “The story of Mahamuni,” Journal of the Siam Society (Bangkok) , 13, pt.1, I-VI

Saw Tun (2002), “A preliminary study of Burmese prophetic sayings,” Journal of Burma Studies (DeKalb, IL) , 7, 70-83

Schober, Juliane (1997), “Buddhist just rule and Burmese national culture: state patronage of the Chinese tooth relic in Myanmar,” History of Religions (Chicago), 36, no.3 (Feb), 218-243

Schober, Juliane (1988), “The path to buddhahood: the spiritual mission and social organization of mysticism in contemporary Burma,” Crossroads (DeKalb, IL) , 4, no.1 (Fall), 13-30

Schober, Juliane (2001), “Venerating the Buddha's remains in Burma: from solitary practice to the cultural hegemony of communities,” Journal of Burma Studies (DeKalb, IL) , 6, 111-139

Sein Tu (1998), “Traditional Myanmar attitudes towards learning,” Myanmar Perspectives (Yangon) , 3, no.3, 40-43

Siemers, Gèunter (1990), “Buddhism and politics--the case of Burma,” Asien (Hamburg), no.35 (Apr), 66-74

Silber, Ilana Friedrich (1981), “Dissent through holiness: the case of the radical renouncer in Theravada Buddhist countries [Burma, Thailand, Ceylon],” Numen: International Review for the History of Religions (Leiden) , 28, no.2, 164-193

Soe Naung (1999),Branch of Pa-auk Tawya (Forest) Meditation Center in Thanlyin Guardian (Rangoon) , 46, no.6 (Jun), 22-26

Soe Naung (2000), “Traditional offering of soon (alms),” Guardian (Rangoon) , 47, no.5 (May,), 22-23

Stadtner, Donald M. (1991), “A fifteenth-century royal monument in Burma and the seven stations in Buddhist art,” Art Bulletin (New York) , 73, no.1 (Mar), 39-52

Takatani, M (1982). Buddhism and society in Burma: an essay through a comparison of Buddhism [English summary] [Japanese] Japanese Journal of ethnology. 47(1): 51-71.

Taung Goe (2000), “The dagun-pole, mark of a peaceful sanctuary,” Myanmar Perspectives (Yangon) , 5, no.2, 31-32

Tekkatho Tin Kha (2000), “A novitiation ceremony that involves 1,000 local youths,” Guardian (Rangoon) , 47, no.1 (Jan), 9-11

Thabye Khin (1999), “The Jivitadana Sangha Hospital,” Myanmar Perspectives (Yangon) , 4, no.2, 24-28

Than Tun (1978), “History of Buddhism in Burma A.D. 1000-1300 ,” Journal of the Burma Research Society (Rangoon) , 61 (Dec), 1-264

Thanlyin Myint Aye (1993), “A pilgrimmage to Thamanya,” Guardian (Rangoon) , 40, no.7 (Jul), 32-33

Thaw Kaung (1999), “Offering of Thin-bok Swoon, a Rakhine Buddhist festival,” Myanmar Perspectives (Yangon) , 4, no.2, 36-39

Tin Maung; Muang Than (1988), “The sangha and sasana in socialist Burma,” Sojourn: Social Issues in Southeast Asia (Singapore) , 3, no.1 (Feb) , 26-61

Than. Tun (1984), “The Buddha's Footprints in Burma,” Journal of Asian and African Studies = Ajia Afurika gengo bunka kenkyu (Tokyo) , no.28, (1984), 119-137

Wijeyewardene, Gehan (1987) The Theravada compact and the Karen Sojourn: Social Issues in Southeast Asia (Singapore) 2, no.1 (Feb) 31-54

Win Pe (1978), “ The intellect in Buddhism,” Guardian (Rangoon) , 25 (Nov), 21-24

Woodward, Mark R. (1988), “When one wheel stops: Theravada Buddhism and the British Raj in upper Burma,” Crossroads (DeKalb, IL) , 4, no.1 (Fall, 1988), 57-90

Chao-Tzang Yawnghwe (2000), The orientalizing of Burmese politics? A research agenda Burma Debate (New York) , 7, no.3 (Fall, 2000), 10-13

BURMA: BOOKS, OR BOOK CHAPTERS

Abdul Mabud Khan (1999), Bangladesh indebtedness to Myanmar: a study of reformation movement in the Buddhist Sangha of Bangladesh (1856-1971) In: Papers from the Myanmar Two Millennia Conference, Yangoon [sic], Myanmar, December 15-17, 1999. Yangon: s.n.,. 1999 1-10 Hamilton Asia DS528.5 .M93 1999

Anonymous (1998), International Therav¯ada Buddhist Missionary University, Yangon, the Union of Myanmar : inauguration ceremony, 9 December 1998 souvenir, a commemorative publication, [Rangoon] : Ministry of Religious Affairs Hamilton Asia Folio BQ20 .I584 1998

Appleton, George (1943), Buddhism in Burma [London, Calcutta, etc.] Longmans, Green & co., ltd Hamilton BL1445.B95 A6

Aye Kyaw, U (1994), “Religion and family law in Burma,” In: Gartner, Uta; Lorenz, Jens, eds. Tradition and modernity in Myanmar: proceedings of an international conference held in Berlin from May 7th to May 9th, 1993. Munster: Lit, 1994. 2v. 1994 v.2, 237-250 Hamilton Asia DS528.5 .T74 1994

Banerjee, Dilip Kumar (2001), “Influence of Pali and Theravada Buddhism on the life and culture of Burmese people,” In: Ahir, D.C., ed. Buddhism in South-East Asia: a cultural survey. Delhi: Sri Satguru Publications, 2001. 252p. (Bibliotheca Indo-Buddhica Series no.207) 68-80 Hamilton Asia BQ408 .B83 2001

Bautze-Picron, Claudine (2003), The Buddhist murals of Pagan : timeless vistas of the cosmos / with photography by Joachim K. Bautze. Trumbull, CT : Weatherhill Hamilton Asia ND2832.6.Z9 P343 2003

Bechert, Heinz (1995), “'To be a Burmese is to be a Buddhist': Buddhism in Burma,” In: Heinz, Bechert; Gombrich, Richard Francis, eds. The world of Buddhism: Buddhist monks and nuns in society and culture. New York: Thames and Hudson, 1995. 308p. 147-158 Hamilton Folio BQ4012 .W67 1984

Bechert, Heinz (1980), “The structure of the Sangha in Burma: a comparative view,” In: Narain, A.K., ed. Studies in history of Buddhism: papers presented at the International Conference on the History of Buddhism at the University of Wisconsin, Madison, Wisconsin, August 19-21, 1976. Delhi: B.R. Pub., 33-42 Hamilton Asia BQ266 .I57 1976

Bigandet Paul Ambroise (1866), The life, or legend, of Guadama, the Buddha of the Burmese. With annotations. The ways to neibban, and Notice on the phongyies, or Burmese monks Rangoon, American Mission Press Hamilton BL1445.B95 B5

Bisch, Jorgen (1997), “A Dane becomes a novice monk,” In: Abbott, Gerry, ed. Inroads into Burma: a travellers' anthology. Kuala Lumpur: Oxford University Press, 1997. 322p. 150-159 Hamilton Asia DS527.9 .A22 1997

de Silva, K.M., et al., eds (1988), Ethnic conflict in Buddhist societies: Sri Lanka, Thailand and Burma Boulder, Colo.: Westview Press Hamilton Asia DS489.2 .E83 1988b

Ferguson, John Palmer (1975), The symbolic dimensions of the Burmese Sangha [microform] / Thesis--Cornell University Hamilton Asia Library use only MICROFILM 926 item 5

Frasch, Tilman (1996) An eminent Buddhist tradition: the Burmese Vinayadharas
In: Traditions in current perspective: proceedings of the Conference on Myanmar and Southeast Asian Studies, 15-17 November 1995, Yangon. Yangon: Universities Historical Research Centre, 1996. 363p. 115-144 Hamilton Asia DS 527.9 .C66 1995

Fraser-Lu, Sylvia (2001), Splendour in wood : the Buddhist monasteries of Burma / Trumbull, CT : Weatherhill, Hamilton Asia NA6012 .F73 2001

Galloway, Charlotte (1999), “Changing times--changing visions: the evolution of the Buddha image in Myanmar,” In: Papers from the Myanmar Two Millennia Conference, Yangoon [sic], Myanmar, December 15-17, 1999. Yangon: s.n., 1999. various pagings. 1999 1-13 Hamilton Asia DS528.5 .M93 1999

Hasson, Haskia (1993), Ancient Buddhist art from Burma / Bangkok : White Lotus, Hamilton Asia N8193.B93 H37 1993

Hla Pe (1985), Burma: literature, historiography, scholarship, language, life, and Buddhism Singapore: Institute of Southeast Asian Studies (ISEAS), Hamilton Asia DS527.9 .H57 1985

Karow, Otto (1991), Burmese Buddhist sculpture: the Johan Moger collection Bangkok: White Lotus, Hamilton Asia NB1012 .K37 1991

King, Winston L. (1993), “Burma,” In: Takeuchi Yoshinori. Buddhist spirituality: Indian, Southeast Asian, Tibetan, and early Chinese. Crossroad, N.Y.: Crossroad Publishing Company, 1993. 428p. 102-108 Hamilton Asia BQ266 .B834 1993

King, Winston L. (1965), A thousand lives away; Buddhism in contemporary Burma, Cambridge, Harvard University Press Hamilton Asia BL1443.2 .K5

Ling, Trevor (1979) Buddhism, imperialism and war: Burma and Thailand in modern history London; Boston: George Allen & Unwin, Hamilton Asia BQ420 .L56

Matthews, Bruce (1981), “Buddhist attitudes toward social change in Burma and Thailand,” In: Hainsworth, Geoffrey B., et al., ed. Southeast Asia: women, changing social structure and cultural continuity. Ottawa: University of Ottawa Press, 1981. 135-149 Hamilton Asia HN690.8.A8 C36 1979

Mendelson, E. Michael (1975), Sangha and state in Burma : a study of monastic sectarianism and leadership /; edited by John P. Ferguson. Ithaca, N.Y. : Cornell University Press, Hamilton Asia BQ6160.B93 M46

Okudaira, Ryudi (1996), “A hypothetical analysis on 'Therada Buddhist state at its height' under King Badon with special reference to Manugye Dhammathat (1782 manuscript),” In: Traditions in current perspective: proceedings of the Conference on Myanmar and Southeast Asian Studies, 15-17 November 1995, Yangon. Yangon: Universities Historical Research Centre, 363p. 30-42 Hamilton Asia DS 527.9 .C66 1995

Okudaira Ryuji (1989), Note on the Burmese Dhammathats or law texts and Buddhist polity in Burma / In Yoshihiro Tsubouchi (ed) The formation of urban civilization in Southeast Asia / Kyoto : Center for Southeast Asian Studies, Kyoto University, Hamilton Asia HT147.A785 F67 1989

'On` So` (1972), Historical sites in Burma [Rangoon] Ministry of Union Culture, Govt. of the Union of Burma, Hamilton Asia DS527.8 .A9

Osipov, Yuri M. (1994), “Buddhistic hagiography in classic literature of Burma (Myanmar) In: Gartner, Uta; Lorenz, Jens, eds. Tradition and modernity in Myanmar: proceedings of an international conference held in Berlin from May 7th to May 9th, 1993. Munster: Lit, 1994. 2v. v.2, 299-303 Hamilton Asia DS528.5 .T74 1994

Pecenko, Primoz (1999), “The Tikas on the four Nikayas and their Myanmar and Sinhala sources,” In: Papers from the Myanmar Two Millennia Conference, Yangoon [sic], Myanmar, December 15-17, 1999. Yangon: s.n., 1999. various pagings. 1-22 Hamilton Asia DS528.5 .M93 1999

Pranke, Patrick (1995), “On becoming a Buddhist wizard,” In: Lopez, Donald S., ed. Buddhism in practice. Princeton, N.J.: Princeton University Press, 1995. 608p. (Princeton readings in religions.) 343-358 Hamilton Asia BQ1012 .B83 1995

Ray, Niharranjan (1946) An introduction to the study of Therav¯ada Buddhism in Burma: a study of Indo-Burmese historical and cultural relations from the earliest times to the British conquest / Calcutta : University of Calcutta,. Hamilton BL1445.B95 R3

Ray, Niharranjan, (1936), Sanskrit Buddhism in Burma Amsterdam, H.J. Paris Hamilton Asia BL1445.B95 R33 1936

Reynolds, Frank E.; Clifford, Regina T. (1980), “Sangha, society and the struggle for national integration: Burma and Thailand,” In: Reynolds, Frank E. and Theodore M. Ludwig, eds. Transitions and transformations of the history of religions: essays in honor of Joseph M. Kitagawa. Leiden: Brill, 1980. 56-88 Hamilton Asia BL50 .T72

Saibaba, V.V.S. (1990), “Buddhist devotionalism in Burma,” In: Kuppuram, G.; Kumudamani, K., eds. Researches in Indian history, archaeology, art and religion: Prof. Upendra Thakur felicitation volume. Delhi: Sundeep Prakashan, 1990. 2v. v.2, 543-549 Hamilton Asia DS423 .R47 1990

Sarkisyanz, Manuel (1965), Buddhist backgrounds of the Burmese revolution. Preface by Paul Mus The Hague, M. Nijhoff, Hamilton Asia DS485.B86 S34

Sao Htun Hmat Win (1986), Initiation of novicehood and the ordination of monkhood in the Burmese Buddhist culture / Rangoon, Burma : Dept. of Religious Affairs, Hamilton Asia BQ6160.B93 S37 1986

Sao Htun Hmat Win (1985), Basic principles of Burmese buddhism /Rangoon, Burma : Dept. of Religious Affairs, Hamilton Asia BQ4990.B93 S3 1985

Schmidt, Amy (2003), Knee deep in grace : the extraordinary life and teachings of Dipa Ma, Lake Junaluska, NC : Present Perfect Books Kauai CC: General Collection BQ950.I63 S36 2003

Schober, Juliane (1997), “In the presence of the Buddha: ritual veneration of the Burmese Mahamuni image,” In: Schober, Juliane, ed. Sacred biography in the Buddhist traditions of South and Southeast Asia. Honolulu: University of Hawaii Press, 1997. 366p. 259-288 Hamilton Asia BQ843 .S23 1997

Schober, Juliane (1989) Sybille Paths to enlightenment [microform] : Theravada Buddhism in upper Burma / Thesis (Ph.D.)--University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign Hamilton Asia-Library Use Only MICROFICHE S30956

Slater, Robert Henry Lawson (1951) Paradox and Nirvana; a study of religious ultimates with special reference to Burmese Buddhism Chicago, University of Chicago Press Hamilton BL1445.B95 S6

Smith, Donald Eugene (1965), Religion and politics in Burma Princeton, N.J., Princeton University Press, Hamilton DS485.B892 S5

Snodgrass, Judith (1996), “Colonial constructs of Theravada Buddhism: current perspectives on Western writing on Asian tradition,” In: Traditions in current perspective: proceedings of the Conference on Myanmar and Southeast Asian Studies, 15-17 November 1995, Yangon. Yangon: Universities Historical Research Centre, 1996. 363p. 1996 79-98 Hamilton Asia DS 527.9 .C66 1995

Spiro, Melford E. (1982) Buddhism and society: a great tradition and its Burmese vicissitudes Berkeley: University of California Press, Hamilton Asia BQ418 .S65 1982

Stadtner, Donald M. (1999), “The enigma of the Mingun pagoda: is the pagoda really unfinished?,” In: Papers from the Myanmar Two Millennia Conference, Yangoon [sic], Myanmar, December 15-17, 1999. Yangon: s.n., 1999. various pagings. 1-43 Hamilton Asia DS528.5 .M93 1999

Than Tun (1988), Essays on the history and Buddhism of Burma / edited by Paul Strachan Whiting Bay, Isle of Arran, Scotland : Kiscadale Publications, Hamilton Asia DS529.2 .T473 1988

Stargardt, Janice (2001), “The great silver reliquary from Sri Ksetra: the oldest Buddhist art in Burma and one of the world's oldest Pali inscriptions,” In: Klokke, Marijke J.; Kooij, Karel R. van, eds. Fruits of inspiration: studies in honour of Prof. J.G. de Casparis. Groningen, Netherlands: Egbert Forsten, 2001. 566p. 487-518, 9p. of plates Hamilton Asia DS338 .F78 2001

Tannenbaum, Nicola (1995), Who can compete against the world? : power-protection and Buddhism in Shan worldview Ann Arbor, Mich. : Association for Asian Studies, Hamilton Asia BL2077 .M34 T36 1995

Than Tun (1988), Essays on the history and Buddhism of Burma / edited by Paul Strachan. Whiting Bay, Isle of Arran, Scotland : Kiscadale Publications Hamilton Asia DS529.2 .T473 1988

Than Tun (2002), Buddhist art and architecture with special reference to Myanma / Yangon: Sein Pan Myaing : Distributed by Mon Ywe, Hamilton Asia N7312 .T53 2002

Tin Maung Maung Than (1993), “Sangha reforms and renewal of sasana in Myanmar: historical trends and contemporary practice,” In: Ling, Trevor, ed. Buddhist trends in Southeast Asia. Singapore: Institute of Southeast Asian Studies, 1993. 188p. 6-63 Hamilton Asia BQ410 .B8 1993

Totten, George O. (1960), Buddhism and socialism in Japan and Burma, The Hague : Mouton Hamilton HX395.B8 T58

Tun, K.T. (1994), “Authority and freedom of action in the (Burmese) Buddhist tradition,” In: Gartner, Uta; Lorenz, Jens, eds. Tradition and modernity in Myanmar: proceedings of an international conference held in Berlin from May 7th to May 9th, 1993. Munster: Lit, 1994. 2v. v.2, 223-235 Hamilton Asia DS528.5 .T74 1994

Yang, Guangyuan (2000), “A cultural interpretation of the religious and sacrificial rites of the Dai personality,” In: Hayashi, Yukio; Yang, Guangyuan, eds. Dynamics of ethnic cultures across national boundaries in Southwestern China and Mainland Southeast Asia: relations, societies and languages. Chiang Mai, Thailand: Lanna Cultural Center, Rajabhat Institute Chiang Mai; Kyoto: Center for Southeast Asian Studies, Kyoto University, 2000. 277p. 106-120 Hamilton Asia DS523.3 .D953 2000

*CAMBODIA*

CAMBODIA: JOURNAL ARTICLES
Ang, Choulean (1988), “The place of animism within popular Buddhism in Cambodia: the example of the monastery,” Asian Folklore Studies (Nagoya) 47, no.1: 35-41

Bertrand, Didier (1997), “Religious practices of Vietnamese in Cambodia and inter-ethnic relations,” Asian Migrant (Manila) 10, no.3 (Jul-Sep) 90-93

Choulean Ang (1988). The place of animism within popular Buddhism in Cambodia: the example of the monastery Asian folklore studies. 47: 35-41.

Dowling, Nancy (2000), “New light on early Cambodian Buddhism,” Journal of the Siam Society (Bangkok) 88, pts.1-2 : 122-155

Hansen, Anne (2003), “The image of an orphan: Cambodian narrative sites for Buddhist ethical reflection,” Journal of Asian Studies (Ann Arbor, MI) 62, no.3 (Aug 2003) 811-834

Charles F Keyes (1990). Buddhism and revolution in Cambodia Cultural survival Quarterly. 14: 60-3.

Nha Long (1990), “The Khmer Buddhist calendar,” Vietnamese Studies (Hanoi) no.27 79-80

Sahai, Sachchidanand (1997), “The royal consecration (abhiseka) in ancient Cambodia,” South East Asian Review (Bihar, India) 22, nos.1-2 (Jan-Dec) 1-10

Sarin, San (1998) “Buddhism transformed: religious practices and institutional interplay in Cambodia,” Indian Journal of Buddhist Studies (Varanasi) 10: 116-140

Thakur, Vijay Kumar (1983), “From Mahayana to Hinayana: a study in Cambodian Buddhism,” Journal of the Oriental Institute (Baroda) 33, nos.1-2 (Sep-Dec) 123-131

Yukio Hayashi (1994). Political turmoil and the revival of Buddhism in Cambodia [Japanese] Southeast Asian studies. 32(1):139-41.

CAMBODIA: BOOKS OR BOOK CHAPTERS
Anonymous (1986) Buddhism and the future of Cambodia,. Rithisen : Khmer Buddhist Research Center, Hamilton Asia DS 554.8 .B826 1986

Keyes, Charles F. (1994), Communist revolution and the Buddhist past in Cambodia In: Keyes, Charles F.; Kendall, Laurel; Hardacre, Helen, eds. Asian visions of authority: religion and the modern states of East and Southeast Asia. Honolulu: University of Hawaii Press, 1994. 366p. 1994 43-73 Hamilton Asia BL1055 .A87 1994

Khmer Buddhist Research Center (1986), Buddhism and the future of Cambodia, Rithisen : Khmer Buddhist Research Center, Hamilton Asia DS 554.8 .B826 1986

Lobo, Wibke (1998), Reflections on the Tantric Buddhist deity Hevajra in Cambodia In: Manguin, Pierre-Yves, ed. Southeast Asian archaeology 1994: proceedings of the 5th international conference of the European Association of Southeast Asian Archaeologists, Paris, 24th-28th October 1994. Hull, England: Centre for Southeast Asian Studies, University of Hull, 1998. 2v. 1998 v.2, 113-127 Hamilton Asia DS523 .E89 1994

Lobo, Wibke (1997), The figure of Hevajra and Tantric Buddhism In: Jessup, Helen Ibbitson; Zephir, Thierry, eds. Sculpture of Angkor and ancient Cambodia: millenium of glory. Washington, D.C.: National Gallery of Art, 1997. 381p. 1997 71-78 Hamilton Asia NB1015 .S36 1997

Pou, Saveros (1998), Ancient Cambodia's epigraphy: the concept of merit-making and merit-offering In: Manguin, Pierre-Yves, ed. Southeast Asian archaeology 1994: proceedings of the 5th international conference of the European Association of Southeast Asian Archaeologists, Paris, 24th-28th October 1994. Hull, England: Centre for Southeast Asian Studies, University of Hull, 1998. 2v. 1998 v.2, 97-102 Hamilton Asia DS523 .E89 1994

Thompson, Ashley (2000), Introductory remarks between the lines: writing histories of Middle Cambodia In: Andaya, Barbara Watson, ed. Other pasts: women, gender and history in early modern Southeast Asia. Honolulu: Center for Southeast Asian Studies, University of Hawaii at Manoa, 2000. 347p. 2000 47-68 Hamilton Asia HQ1745.8 .O83 2000

Thompson, Ashley (1998), The ancestral cult in transition: reflections on spatial organization in Cambodia's early Theravada complex In: Klokke, Marijke J.; Bruijn, Thomas de, eds. Southeast Asian archaeology 1966: proceedings of the 6th International Conference of the European Association of Southeast Asian Archaeologists, Leiden, 2-6 September 1996. Hull, England: Centre for South-East Asian Studies, University of Hull, 1998. 318p. 1998 273-295 Hamilton Asia Folio DS523 .E89 1996

Yang Sam (1987), Khmer Buddhism and politics from 1954 to 1984 / Newington, CT : Khmer Studies Institute, Hamilton Asia BQ466 .Y36 1987

Yi Thon (1998), The role of Buddhist wats and NGOs in environmental preservation in Cambodia In: Gyallay-Pap, Peter; Bottomley, Ruth, eds. Toward an environmental ethic in Southeast Asia. Phnom Penh: The Buddhist Institute, 1998. 183p. 1998 77-86 Hamilton Asia Folio GE42 .T69 1998

Yos Hut Khemacaro (1998), Causes and effects of the environmental crisis In: Gyallay-Pap, Peter; Bottomley, Ruth, eds. Toward an environmental ethic in Southeast Asia. Phnom Penh: The Buddhist Institute, 1998. 183p. 1998 77-86 Hamilton Asia Folio GE42 .T69 1998

Zago, Marcello (1976), “Contemporary Khmer Buddhism,” in Heinrich Dumoulin (ed) The Cultural, Political and Religious Significance of Buddhism in the Modern World, London: Collier Macmillan Publishers Hamilton BQ4015 .D8513

*INDONESIA*

INDONESIA: JOURNAL ARTICLES
Anonymous (1971), “The Buddhasasana grows in Indonesia,” Visakha Puja (Bangkok) (May) 58-61

Bechert, Heinz (1982-1983) “Renaissance of Buddhism in Indonesia,” Journal of the Department of Pali (Calcutta) 1: 24-30

Brown, Iem (1987), “Contemporary Indonesian Buddhism and monotheism,” Journal of Southeast Asian Studies (Singapore) 18, no.1 (Mar 1987) 108-117

Chandra, Lokesh (1979), “Yogatantra Buddhism in Indonesia and its bearing on the Borobodur,” Journal of the Ganganatha Jha Kendriya Sanskrit Vidyapeetha (Allahabad) 35, pts.1-2 (Jan-Jun) 1-73

Chandra, Lokesh (1985), “Borobudur as a monument of esoteric Buddhism,” Journal of the Asiatic Society (Calcutta) 27, no.4 : 22-77

Chandra, Lokesh; Singhal, Sudarshana Devi (1991), “The Buddhist bronzes of Surocolo,” Indian Journal of Buddhist Studies (Varanasi) 3, no.2: 8-20

Harnish, David (1993-1994), “ The future meets the past in the present: music and Buddhism in Lombok,” Asian Music (New York) 25, nos.1-2: -50

Hobart, Angela (1990), “The enlightened Prince Sutasoma: transformations of a Buddhist story,” Indonesia (Ithaca, NY) no.49 (Apr) 75-102

Hose, G.F. (1880), “The ruins of Boro Budur in Java,” Journal of the Straits Branch, Royal Asiatic Society (Singapore) 6 (Dec) 203-223, 7p. of plates

Jeto, Phra (1973), “The revival of Buddhism in Indooesia,” Visakha Puja (Bangkok) no.2516 (May 16) 42-45

Jordaan, Roy E. (1998), “The Tara temple of Kalasan in central Java,” Bulletin de l'Ecole Francaise d'Extreme-Orient (Paris) 85 : 163-183

King, Victor T. (1975), “Saminism, Buddhism and folk beliefs in Java: a reply to Niels Mulder,”Asia Quarterly (Brussels) 1975/1: 91-96

Klokke, Marijke J. (1995), “Borobudur: a Mandala? A contextual approach to the function and meaning of Borobudur,” IIAS [International Institute for Asian Studies] Yearbook (Leiden): 191-219

Legendre, Francoise (1981), “Some decorative motifs at Tjandi Sewu, Central Java,” Arts of Asia (Hong Kong) 11, no.5 (Sep-Oct 1981) 103-109

Lopez y Royo-Iyer, Alessandra (1991), “Dance images of ancient Indonesian temples (Hindu-Buddhist period): the dance reliefs of Borobudur,” Indonesia Circle (London) no.56 (Nov) 3-23

Mulder, Niels (1974), Saminism and Buddhism: a note on a field visit to a Samin community, Asia Quarterly (Brussels) no.3 : 253-258

Nihom, Max (1998), “The Mandala of Candi Gumpung (Sumatra) and the Indo-Tibetan Vajrasekharatantra [Maura Jambi],” Indo-Iranian Journal (The Hague) 41, no.3 (Jul) 245-254

Nilaknata Sastri, A.K. (1941), “Sri Vijaya,” Bulletin de l'Ecole Francaise d'Extreme-Orient (Paris) 40, no.2 : 239-313

O'Brien, K.P. (1990), “Candi Jago: a Javanese interpretation of the wheel of existence?,” Review of Indonesian and Malaysian Affairs (Sydney) 24 (Win 1990) 23-85

O'Connor, Stanley J. (1975), “A metal mould for the manufacture of clay Buddhist Votive stupas,” Journal of the Malaysian Branch, Royal Asiatic Society (Singapore) 48, pt.2 ( 1975) 60-63 + 3 plates

Royo-Iyer, Alessandra Lopez y (1991), “Dance images of ancient Indonesian temples (Hindu-Buddhist period): the dance reliefs of Borobudur,” Indonesia Circle (London) no.56 (Nov 1991) 3-23

Sarkar, Himansu Bhusan (1977-78) “The philosophical matrix and content of the Vajrayana system as practised by the Sailendra-rulers of Central Java (c. 775-856 A.D.): a search for its origin (a literary and inscriptional approach),” Annals of the Bhandarkar Oriental Research Institute (Pune, India) 58-59 : 921-938

Snellgrove, David L. (1996) “Borobudar: stupa or mandala?,” East and West (Rome) 46, nos.3-4 (Dec 1996) 477-483

Sundberg, Jeffrey Roger (2003), “A Buddhist mantra recovered from the Ratu Baka plateau: a preliminary study of its implications for Sailendra-era Java,” Bijdragen Tot de Taal-, Land- en Volkenkunde (Leiden) 159, no.1 : 163-188

Woodward, Hiram W., Jr. (1981), “Borobudur and the mirrorlike mind,” Archaeology (New York) 34, no.6 (Nov-Dec 1981) 40-47

INDONESIA: BOOKS OR BOOK CHAPTERS
Bernet Kempers, A.J. (1982), “Barabudur: a Buddhist mystery in stone,” In: Gomez, Luis; Woodward, Hiram W. Jr., eds. Barabudur: history and significance of a Buddhist monument. Berkeley, CA: Asian Humanities Press, 1981. 253p. (Berkeley Buddhist studies series, 2.) 109-119 Hamilton Asia BQ6343.B67 B37

Brown, I.E.M. (1990) Agama Buddha Maitreya: a modern Buddhist sect in Indonesia, In: Tan, Chee Beng, ed. The preservation and adaptation of the tradition: studies of Chinese religious expression in Southeast Asia. Columbus, Ohio: Ohio State University, Dept. of Anthropology, 1990. 1v. (Contributions to Southeast Asian ethnography, no. 1990 113-124; also in CONTRIB SE AS ETHNOL no.9 (Dec 1990) 113-124 Hamilton Asia GN635.A75 C66 no.9

de Casparis, J.G. (1982), “The dual nature of Barabudur,” In: Gomez, Luis; Woodward, Hiram W. Jr., eds. Barabudur: history and significance of a Buddhist monument. Berkeley, CA: Asian Humanities Press, 1981. 253p. (Berkeley Buddhist studies series, 2.) 47-83 Hamilton Asia DS338 .F78 2001

Ensink, Jacob (1978), “Siva-Buddhism in Java and Bali,” In: Bechert, Heinz, ed. Buddhism in Ceylon and studies on religious syncretism in Buddhist countries: report on a symposium in Gottingen. Gottingen: Vandenhoeck & Ruprecht, 1978. 178-198 Hamilton Asia BQ352 .B83

Fontein, Jan (2001), The sarira of Borobudur, In: Klokke, Marijke J.; Kooij, Karel R. van, eds. Fruits of inspiration: studies in honour of Prof. J.G. de Casparis. Groningen, Netherlands: Egbert Forsten, 2001. 566p. 2001 83-91 Hamilton Asia DS338 .F78 2001

Fontein, Jan (1982), “Notes on the jatakas and avadanas of Barabudur,” In: Gomez, Luis; Woodward, Hiram W. Jr., eds. Barabudur: history and significance of a Buddhist monument. Berkeley, CA: Asian Humanities Press, 1981. 253p. (Berkeley Buddhist studies series, 2.) 85-108 Hamilton Asia BQ6343.B67 B37

Forman, Bedrich(1980), Borobudir; the Buddhist legend in stone, London: Octopus Books Hamilton Asia NA6026.6.B6 F67

Gomez, Luis; Woodward, Hiram W., Jr., eds. (1981) Barabudur: history and significance of a Buddhist monument Berkeley, Calif.: Asian Humanities Press, Hamilton Asia BQ6343.B67 B37

Gomez, Luis O. (1982), “Observations of the role of the Gandavyuha in the design of Barabudur,” In: Gomez, Luis; Woodward, Hiram W. Jr., eds. Barabudur: history and significance of a Buddhist monument. Berkeley, CA: Asian Humanities Press, 1981. 253p. (Berkeley Buddhist studies series, 2.) 173-194 Hamilton Asia BQ6343.B67 B37

Ishii, Kazuko (1991), “Borobudur, the Tattvasamgraha, and the Sang Hyang Kamahayanikan,” In: Lokesh Chandra, ed. The art and culture of South-East Asia. New Delhi: International Academy of Indian Culture and Aditya Prakashan, 1991. 430p., 20p. of plates. (Sata-pitaka series, 364.) 151-164 Hamilton Asia NX577 .A78 1991

Jordaan, R.E. (1991), “Text, temple and tirtha,” In: Lokesh Chandra, ed. The art and culture of South-East Asia. New Delhi: International Academy of Indian Culture and Aditya Prakashan, 1991. 430p., 20p. of plates. (Sata-pitaka series, 364.) 165-180 Hamilton Asia NX577 .A78 1991

Lancaster, Lewis R. (1982), “Literary sources for a study of Barabudur,” In: Gomez, Luis; Woodward, Hiram W. Jr., eds. Barabudur: history and significance of a Buddhist monument. Berkeley, CA: Asian Humanities Press, 1981. 253p. (Berkeley Buddhist studies series, 2.) 195-205 Hamilton Asia BQ6343.B67 B37

Magetsari, Noerhadi (1999), “The innerside of Borobudur,” In: Nuryanti, Wiendu, ed. Heritage, tourism and local communities. Yogyakarta: Gadjah Mada University Press, 1999. 308p. 74-82 Hamilton Asia G156.5.H47 H475 1999

Mantra, Ida Bagoes (1991), “The cult of Siva-Buddha,” In: Lokesh Chandra, ed. The art and culture of South-East Asia. New Delhi: International Academy of Indian Culture and Aditya Prakashan, 1991. 430p., 20p. of plates. (Sata-pitaka series, 364.) 199-214 Hamilton Asia NX577 .A78 1991

Shukla, M.S. (1990), Art history and central Javanese Buddhism--c. 800-c.1000 A.D.: In: Kuppuram, G.; Kumudamani, K., eds. Researches in Indian history, archaeology, art and religion: Prof. Upendra Thakur felicitation volume. Delhi: Sundeep Prakashan, 1990. 2v. 1990 v.2, 539-542, Hamilton Asia DS423 .R47 1990

Suryadinata, Leo (1998) State and minority religions in contemporary Indonesia: recent government policy towards Confucianism, Tridharma and Buddhism / In Tsuneo Ayabe (ed) Nation-state, identity, and religion in Southeast Asia / Singapore : Singapore Society of Asian Studies Hamilton Asia BL65 .S8 N368 1998

Taylor, James (1998), The changing politico-religious landscape in modernizing Thailand : Buddhist monasticism, the state, and emergent religious hybridities, In Oh Myung-Seok, Kim Hyung-Jun (eds.) Religion, ethnicity and modernity in Southeast Asia / Seoul : Seoul National University Press Hamilton Asia BL2050 .R43 1998

Tsuchiya, Kenji (1989), Batavia in a time of transition / In Yoshihiro Tsubouchi (ed), The formation of urban civilization in Southeast Asia / Kyoto : Center for Southeast Asian Studies, Kyoto University, Hamilton Asia HT147.A785 F67 1989

Vijaya Samarawickrama. (1991), “The human being in Buddhism,” In: The human being: perspectives from different spiritual traditions. Penang: Aliran Kesdaran Negara, Aliran, 1991. 220p18-26 Hamilton Asia BZ 911210.61

Wayman, Alex (1982), “Reflections on the theory of Barabudur as a mandala,”
In: Gomez, Luis; Woodward, Hiram W. Jr., eds. Barabudur: history and significance of a Buddhist monument. Berkeley, CA: Asian Humanities Press, 1981. 253p. (Berkeley Buddhist studies series, 2.) 139-172 Hamilton Asia BQ6343.B67 B37

Woodward, Hiram W., Jr. (1982), “Barabudur as a stupa,”In: Gomez, Luis; Woodward, Hiram W. Jr., eds. Barabudur: history and significance of a Buddhist monument. Berkeley, CA: Asian Humanities Press, 1981. 253p. (Berkeley Buddhist studies series, 2.) 121-138 Hamilton Asia BQ6343.B67 B37

*LAOS*
LAOS: JOURNAL ARTICLES
Anonymous (1986) Marx, Buddha and Laos Asiaweek (Hongkong) 12, no. 36 (Sep 7) 64-65

Condominas, Georges (1999) Folk Bouddhism [sic] in Lao rural environment South East Asian Review (Bihar, India) 24, nos.1-2 : 21-52

Ladwig, Patrice (2002), “The mimetic representation of the dead and social space among the Buddhist Lao,” Tai Culture: International Review on Tai Cultural Studies (Berlin) 7, no.2 (Dec) 120-134

Ladwig, Patrice (2000) “Relics, 'representation' and power: some remarks on stupas containing relics of the Buddha in Laos,” Tai Culture: International Review on Tai Cultural Studies (Berlin) 5, no.1 (Jun) 70-84

Penny, Benjamin (1996), “Buddhism and Daoism in The 180 Precepts Spoken by Lord Lao,” Taoist Resources (Bloomington, IN) 6, no.2 (Aug) 1-16

Sithiphorn Na Nakhorn Phanom (1998), “Phajaa naak: the creator and the destroyer,” Tai Culture: International Review on Tai Cultural Studies (Berlin) 3, no.2 (Dec) 119-136

Stuart-Fox, Martin (1983), “Marxism and Theravada Buddhism: the legitimation of political authority in Laos,” Pacific Affairs (Vancouver, B.C.) 56, no.3 (Fall) 428-454

Stuart-Fox, Martin and R. Buckneal (1982), “Politicization of the Buddhist Sangha in Laos,” Journal of Southeast Asian Studies,” 13(1):70-71

Vongsavanh Boutsavath; Chapelier, Georges (1973), “Lao popular Buddhism and community development,” Journal of the Siam Society (Bangkok) 61, pt.2 (Jul) 1-38

LAOS: BOOKS, OR BOOK CHAPTERS
A Lao Buddhist (2001), “Laos: in praise of Lord Buddha,” In: Ahir, D.C., ed. Buddhism in South-East Asia: a cultural survey. Delhi: Sri Satguru Publications, 2001. 252p. (Bibliotheca Indo-Buddhica Series no.207) 87-90 Hamilton Asia BQ408 .B83 2001

Cohen, Paul T.(2000), Lue across borders: pilgrimage and the Muang Sing reliquary in northern Laos, In: Evans, Grant; Hutton, Chris; Kuah, Khun Eng, eds. Where China meets Southeast Asia: social & cultural change in the border regions. New York: St. Martin's Press; Singapore: Institute of Southeast Asian Studies, 2000. viii, 346p. 2000 145-161 Hamilton Asia HF1604.Z4 I489 2000

Evans, Grant (ed) (1999), Laos : culture and society, Chiang Mai, Thailand : Silkworm Books Hamilton Asia DS555.3 .L343 1999

Evans, Grant (1998), Secular fundamentalism and Buddhism in Laos / Religion, ethnicity and modernity in Southeast Asia / In Oh Myung-Seok, Kim Hyung-Jun. (eds) Seoul : Seoul National University Press. Hamilton Asia BL2050 .R43 1998

Hayashi, Yukio (2000), “Spells and boundaries in regional context: 'wisa' and 'thamma' among the Thai-Lao in Northeast Thailand,” In: Hayashi, Yukio; Yang, Guangyuan, eds. Dynamics of ethnic cultures across national boundaries in Southwestern China and Mainland Southeast Asia: relations, societies and languages. Chiang Mai, Thailand: Lanna Cultural Center, Rajabhat Institute Chiang Mai; Kyoto: Center for Southeast Asian Studies, Kyoto University, 2000. 277p. 169-188 Hamilton Asia DS523.3 .D953 2000

Huxley, Andrew, ed (1996) Thai law, Buddhist law: essays on the legal history of Thailand, Laos and Burma Bangkok: White Orchid, 1996

Lafont, Pierre-Bernard (1982) Buddhism in contemporary Laos, In: Stuart-Fox, Martin, ed. Contemporary Laos: studies in the politics and society of the Lao People's Democratic Republic. New York: St. Martin's Press, 1982. 345p. 1982 148-162 Hamilton Asia DS555.84 .C66 1982

*MALAYSIA*

MALAYSIA: JOURNAL ARTICLES
Blagden, C.O. (1918), “The cannibal king in the 'Kedah Annals'” Journal of the Straits Branch, Royal Asiatic Society (Singapore) 79 (Sep) 47-48

Cheu, Hock Tong (1995) ,“Spiritual perspectives on the protection of the environment with special reference to Chinese Buddhist ethics [in Malaysia],” Jurnal Antropologi dan Sosiologi (Kuala Lumpur) 22 129-144

Farrer, R.J. (1933), “A Buddhistic purification ceremony,” Journal of the Malaysian Branch, Royal Asiatic Society (Kuala Lumpur) 11, pt.2 (Dec) 261-263

Ismail, Mohamed Yusof (1987), “Buddhism and ethnicity: the case of the Siamese Kelantan,” Sojourn: Social Issues in Southeast Asia (Singapore) 2, no.2 (Aug) 231-254

Ling, Trevor O. (1992), “Revival without revivalism: the case of the Buddhists of Malaysia,” Sojourn: Social Issues in Southeast Asia (Singapore) 7, no.2 (Aug) 326-335

Liow, Woon Khin Benny (1989) Buddhist temples and association in Penang, 1845-1948
Journal of the Malaysian Branch, Royal Asiatic Society (Kuala Lumpur) 62, no.1 57-87

Mohamed Yusoff Ismail (1990), “Buddhism among the Siamese of Kelantan: minority religion in a Muslim state,” Jurnal Antropologi dan Sosiologi (Kuala Lumpur) 18 55-69

Muhammad Kamal Hassan (1977) A brief survey of Buddhist ascetic practices
Akademika (Kuala Lumpur) no.10 (Jan) 67-76

Vijaya Samarawickrama (2001) Bar Council Malaysia seminar on freedom of religion: the Buddhist view, INSAF: The Journal of the Malaysian Bar (Kuala Lumpur) Special issue 43-54

MALAYSIA : BOOKS, OR BOOK CHAPTERS
Mohamed Yusoff Ismail (1993), “Two faces of Buddhism: Chinese participation in Thai Theravada temples in Kelantan,” In: Cheu, Hock Tong, ed. Chinese beliefs and practices in Southeast Asia: studies on the Chinese religion in Malaysia, Singapore and Indonesia. Petaling Jaya, Selangor Darul Ehsan, Malaysia: Pelanduk Publications, 1993. 393p. 165-183 Hamilton Asia BL1950.A785 C445 1993

Mohamed Yusoff Ismail (1993) Buddhism and ethnicity : social organization of a Buddhist temple in Kelantan / Singapore : ISEAS, Hamilton Asia BQ549.K35 M69 1993

Nagata, Judith (1995), Limits to the indigenisation of Buddhism in Malaysia, with a focus on the religious community in Penang, In: Rokiah Talib; Tan, Chee-Beng, eds. Dimensions of tradition and development in Malaysia. Petaling Jaya, Selangor Darul Ehsan, Malaysia: Pelanduk Publications, 1995. 557p. 1995 307-345 Hamilton Asia HN700.6 .A8 D55 1995

Nagata, Judith (2001), “World religions as a source of power among Chinese women in Malaysia,” In: Armstrong, M. Jocelyn; Armstrong, R. Warwick; Mulliner, Kent, eds. Chinese populations in contemporary Southeast Asian societies. Richmond, Surrey, England: Curzon Press, 2001. 268p. 2001 151-187 Hamilton Asia DS523.4.C45 C45 2001

Pracha Hutanuwatra; Sulak Sivaraksa (1991), “Aids and impediments to the realization of humanity according to Buddhism,” In: The human being: perspectives from different spiritual traditions. Penang: Aliran Kesdaran Negara, Aliran, 1991. 220p. 72-79 Hamilton Asia BZ 911210.61

Tan Teik Beng (1988) Beliefs and practices among Malaysian Chinese Buddhists, . Kuala Lumpur : Buddhists Missionary Society, Hamilton Asia DS595.2.C5 T36 1988

*THAILAND*

THAILAND: JOURNAL ARTICLES
Amis, Thomas (1991), The Thai version of a popular Buddhist Jataka Lyman Pâeninsule (Paris) , no.23 93-100

Anonymous (1975), Insight Nagasena Visakha Puja (Bangkok) , 2518, 34-44

Apinya Fuengfusakul (1993) “Empire of crystal and utopian commune: two types of contemporary Theravada reform in Thailand ,” Sojourn: Social Issues in Southeast Asia (Singapore) , 8, no.1 (Feb, 1993), 153-183

Aroonrut Wichienkeeo (2001), “Lanna customary law,” Tai Culture: International Review on Tai Cultural Studies (Berlin) , 6, nos.1-2, (2001), 217-229

Axel, Michael (2002), “Why is Buddhism, is religion so important in Thai culture?” Tai Culture: International Review on Tai Cultural Studies (Berlin) , 7, no.2 (Dec, 2002), 92-119

Banphot Virasai (1981), “The roles of Buddhism in Thai life,” Asian Culture Quarterly (Taipei) , 9, no.4 (Win, 1981), 26-31

Bidyalaçnkaraòna (1935), “The Buddha's footprints,” Journal of the Siam Society (Bangkok) , 28, pt.1 (Jul, 1935), 1-14, 4p. of plates

Bilmes, Jack (1976) A note on relationships between Buddhist temples in Thailand Journal of the Siam Society (Bangkok) , 64, no.2 (Jul, 1976), 161-169

Bilmes, Jack (1998), “Two models of villager-official relationships in northern Thailand,” Tai Culture: International Review on Tai Cultural Studies (Berlin) , 3, no.2 (Dec, 1998), 108-118

Blofeld, John (1971), “Chinese Buddhism with special reference to Siam,” Visakha Puja (Bangkok) , (May, 1971), 47-57

Boisselier, Jean (1988), “The resurgence of aniconism in the Buddhist art of Thonburi period,” SPAFA Digest: Journal of SEAMO Project in Archaeology and Fine Arts (Bangkok) , 9, no.1, (1988), 5-11

Boowa Nanasampanno (1974)A talk on Dhamma Visakha Puja (Bangkok) , 2517, (1974), 42-52

Bowie, Katherine A. (1998), “The alchemy of charity: of class and Buddhism in northern Thailand,” American Anthropologist (Arlington, VA) , 100, no.2 (Jun, 1998), 469-481

Broman, Betty Jane (1979), Buddhism's holiest holiday: Visakha Puja Sawaddi (Bangkok) , (May-Jun, 1979), 8-12

Bunnag, Jane (1983), “The role of the Thai Buddhist monk,” Sawaddi (Bangkok) , (Jul-Aug, 1983), 23-27

Burns, Douglas M (1971), “Silent heritage: Thailand's meditating monks,” Visakha Puja (Bangkok) , (May, 1971), 42-46

Byrne, Denis (1995), “Buddhist stupa and Thai social practice,” World Archaeology (London) , 27, no.2 (Oct, 1995), 266-281

C. Feroci (1948), “The aesthetics of Buddhist sculpture,”Journal of the Siam Society (Bangkok) , 37, pt.1 (Oct ), 39-46

Candland, Christopher (2000), “Faith as social capital: religion and community development in southern Asia ,” Policy Sciences (Amsterdam) , 33, nos.3-4 (Dec, 2000), 355-374

Charles F Keyes (1977), “Millennialism, Theravada Buddhism, and Thai society,” Journal of Asian Studies (Ann Arbor, MI) , 36, no.2 (Feb,), 283-302

Charles F. Reyes (1978), “Donning the yellow robes: Therevada Buddhist ordination rituals in Northern Thailand,” Visakha Puja (Bangkok) , no.252136-43

Coedáes, W.A. Graham G. (1926), “Siamese votive tablets,” Journal of the Siam Society (Bangkok) , 20, pt.1, (1926), 1-23, 15p. of plates

Cohen, Paul T (2001), “Buddhism unshackled: the Yuan 'Holy Man' tradition and the nation-state in the Tai world,” Journal of Southeast Asian Studies (Singapore) 32, no.2 (Jun 2001) 227-247

Cohen, Paul T. (1984), “The sovereignty of Dhamma and economic development: Buddhist social ethics in rural Thailand,” Journal of the Siam Society (Bangkok) , 72, (1984), 197-211

Cohen, Paul T. (2001), “Buddhism unshackled: the Yuan 'Holy Man' tradition and the nation-state in the Tai world,” Journal of Southeast Asian Studies (Singapore) , 32, no.2 (Jun,), 227-247

Damrong Rajanubhab (1928), “Wat Benchamabopit and its collection of images of the Buddha,”Journal of the Siam Society (Bangkok) , 22, pt.1 (Jul, 1928), 19-28, 33p. of plates

Damrong Rajanubhab; B.O. Cartwright (1921), “The golden pavilion at Wat Sai,” Journal of the Siam Society (Bangkok) , 14, pt.2, (1921), 1-6, 2p. of plates

Darlington, Susan M. (1998), “ The ordination of a tree: the Buddhist ecology movement in Thailand,” Ethnology (Pittsburgh, PA) , 37, no.1 (Win, 1998), 1-15

Darunee Tantiwiramanond (1997), “Changing gender relations in Thailand: a historical and cultural analysis,” Indian Journal of Gender Studies (New Delhi) , 4, no.2 (Jul-Dec, 1997), 167-198

Dent, Felicity (2002), “The candle festival--ngaan hai thian--at Ubon Ratchathani,” Sawaddi (Bangkok) , 48, no.2, (2002), 34-39

Dessau, Birgitte (1988), “Lake festival of the five Buddhas,” Sawaddi (Bangkok) , (May-Jun, 1988), 24-29

Dhani Nivat (1944), “The word jetawan again,” Journal of the Siam Society (Bangkok) , 35, pt.2 (Sep, 1944), 191-193

Dhani Nivat (1947), “The old Siamese conception of the monarchy,” Journal of the Siam Society (Bangkok) , 36, pt.2 (Dec, 1947), 91-106

Di Crocco, Virginia (1981), “The Thai Mahabodhi,” Sawaddi (Bangkok) , (Mar-Apr, 1981), 33-37, 42-43

Doctor, Fali; Gautam Patole (1976), “ Monks in Thailand,” Illustrated Weekly of India (Bombay) , 97, no.45 (Nov 7,, 1976), 24-29

Donald K. Swearer (1978) “Buddhadasa on ethic and society,” Visakha Puja (Bangkok) , no.2521), 75-79

Donald K. Swearer (1995), “Hypostasizing the Buddha: Buddha image consecration in northern Thailand,” History of Religions (Chicago) , 34, no.3 (Feb, 1995), 263-280

Duangduen Bhanthumnavin (2000), “Multiple and interactive social antecedents of Buddhist religious characteristics in modern Thai youths,” Thai Journal of Development Administration = Wåarasåan phatthanabåðorihåansat (Bangkok) , 40, no.4, (2000), 75-85

Dunham, Mary (1983), From naga to bhikkhu Sawaddi (Bangkok) , Jul-Aug, 14-17

Durrenberger, E. Paul (1982), Shan kh#: the essence of misfortune Anthropos (Fribourg, Switzerland) , 77, nos.1-2, 16-26

Falvey, Lindsay (2000) Self sufficiency or Buddhism?--applied agricultural ethics in Thailand Tai Culture: International Review on Tai Cultural Studies (Berlin) , 5, no.2 (Dec), 15-34

Ferguson, John P (1976), “Monks and hierarchy in northern Thailand,” Journal of the Siam Society (Bangkok) , 64, no.1 (Jan, 1976), 104-150

Formoso Bernard (1996), Tai cosmology and the influence of Buddhism Diogenes (Oxford, England) , no.174 Sum, 61-82

Frankel, Beverly F. The universe and Ayutthaya, Sawaddi (Bangkok) , (Mar-Apr, 1980), 30-39

Frankfurter O. (1907), Siamese missions to Ceylon in the 18th century Journal of the Siam Society (Bangkok) , 4, pt.1, 23-25

Frankfurter, O. , (1913), The attitudes of the Buddha Journal of the Siam Society (Bangkok) , 10, pt.21-35, 37p. of plates

Fry, Gerald (1979), Buddhism and equality with special reference to Thailand Visakha Puja (Bangkok) , no.2522 26-33

Fukushima, Masato (1999), Another meaning of meditation: on the Santi Asoke movement in Thailand Tai Culture: International Review on Tai Cultural Studies (Berlin) 4, no.1 (Jun,), 131-152

Lorillard, Michel (2000), “Towards the origins of Siamese Buddhism. The case of buddhapada,” [English summary] [French] Bulletin de l'Ecole Francaise d'Extreme-Orient. 87(1): 23-55, 375.

Louis Gabaude (2000). Buddhist encounters: a touch of Zen in Thai Buddhism [English summary] [French] Bulletin de l'Ecole Francaise d'Extreme-Orient. 87(2):389-444, 817

Gabaude, Louis (1996). The triple crisis in contemporary Thai Buddhism (1990-1996) [English summary] [French] Bulletin de l'Ecole Francaise d'Extreme-Orient. 83: 241-57

Gabaude, Louis (1993), The irony of it all Crossroads (DeKalb, IL) , 8, no.1, 133-134

Gerini, G. E (1976), The Thet Maha Ch'at ceremony Visakha Puja (Bangkok) , 251993-128

Gerson, Ruth (2000), Buddha Monthon Sawaddi (Bangkok) , 46, no.3, 35-40

Gosling David L. (1977), “Thai Buddhism in transition,” Religion (Newcastle, England) , 7, pt.1 (Spr,), 18-34

Gosling, David (1992), Visions of salvation: a Thai Buddhist experience of ecumenism Modern Asian Studies (London) , 26, pt.1 (Feb), 31-47

Gosling, David (1980), New directions in Thai Buddhism Modern Asian Studies (London) , 14, pt.3 (Jul,), 411-439

Gosling, David (1994), Facing death with dignity: Buddhism's Middle Way Journal of the Siam Society (Bangkok) , 82, nos.1-2, 115-117

Gosling, David L. (1979), “Perspectives on Thai Buddhist involvement in science and social development,” Visakha Puja (Bangkok) , no.2522, 34-36

Gosling, David L. (1983), Redefining the sangha's role in Northern Thailand: an investigation of monastic careers at five Chiang Mai wats Journal of the Siam Society (Bangkok) , 71, 89-120

Gosling, David L. (1998), The changing roles of Thailand's lay nuns (mae chii) Southeast Asian Journal of Social Science (Singapore) , 26, no.1, 121-142

Grave, Peter (1995), Beyond the mandala: Buddhist landscapes and upland-lowland interaction in north-west Thailand AD 1200-1650 World Archaeology (London) , 27, no.2 (Oct,), 243-265

Griswold A.B. (1954), The Buddha images of northern Siam Journal of the Siam Society (Bangkok) , 41, pt.2 (Jan), 95-152, 10p. of plates

Hamilton-Merritt, Jane (1978), Lessons from a Thai wat, Asia (New York) , 1, no.3 (Sep-Oct), 15-21

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Haug, Kari Storstein and Knut Holter (2000), “No graven image? Reading the second commandment in a Thai context,” Asia Journal of Theology (Singapore) , 14, no.1 (Apr,), 20-36

Hayami, Yoko (1999), “Buddhist missionary project in the hills of northern Thailand: a case study from a cluster of Karen villages,” Tai Culture: International Review on Tai Cultural Studies (Berlin) , 4, no.1 (Jun,), 53-76

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Sulak Sivaraksa (1998), Loyalty demands dissent : autobiography of an engaged Buddhist / Berkeley, Calif. : Parallax Press, Hamilton Asia DS 570.97 .S85 S35 1998

Sulak Sivaraksa (1996), Buddhism and human rights in Siam / by Bangkok, Thailand : Spirit in Education Movement, 2539 Occasional papers (S¯em sikkh¯alai ; 5) Hamilton Asia Folio BQ4570 .H79 S85 1996
Sulak Sivaraksa (1993) Buddhist perception for desirable societies in the future: papers prepared for the United Nations University Hamilton Asia BQ4570.C8 B83 1993

Sulak Sivaraksa (1993), Thai spirituality and modernization In: Takeuchi Yoshinori. Buddhist spirituality: Indian, Southeast Asian, Tibetan, and early Chinese. Crossroad, N.Y.: Crossroad Publishing Company, 1993. 428p. 112-119 Hamilton Asia BQ266 .B834 1993

Sulak Sivaraksa (1999), “Buddhism and human rights in Siam,” In: Socially engaged Buddhism for the new millennium: essays in honor of the Ven. Phra Dhammapitaka (Bhikkhu P.A. Payutto) on his 60th birthday anniversary. Bangkok: Sathirakoses-Nagapradipa Foundation; Foundation for Children, 1999. 536p., 195-212 Hamilton Asia BQ4570 .S6 S65 1999

Sulak Sivaraksa (1994) A Buddhist vision for renewing society: collected articles by a concerned Thai intellectual Bangkok : Thai Inter-Religious Commission for Development Hamilton Asia HN40.B8 S84 1994

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Sulak Sivaraksa (1992) Seeds of peace: a Buddhist vision for renewing society Berkeley Calif. : Parallax Press, Hamilton Asia BQ554 .S857 1992

Sumedho Bhikkhu (1999), “Forest tradition as a challenge to the modern world,” In: Socially engaged Buddhism for the new millennium: essays in honor of the Ven. Phra Dhammapitaka (Bhikkhu P.A. Payutto) on his 60th birthday anniversary. Bangkok: Sathirakoses-Nagapradipa Foundation; Foundation for Children, 1999. 536p. 470-482 Hamilton Asia BQ4570 .S6 S65 1999

Sunthorn Na-Rangsi (1993), Buddhism in Thai culture In: Takeuchi Yoshinori. Buddhist spirituality: Indian, Southeast Asian, Tibetan, and early Chinese. Crossroad, N.Y.: Crossroad Publishing Company, 1993. 428p.,108-112 Hamilton Asia BQ266 .B834 1993

Surasit Vajirakachorn (1988), The influence of Buddhism in Thai administrative behavior [microform] : a Q technique study of Thai bureaucracy / by Thesis (Ph.D.)--University of Oklahoma, Hamilton Asia MICROFICHE S31168

Suwanna Satha-Anand (1993), “Buddhadasa's challenges: towards modern Buddhism in Thai society,” In: 5th International Conference on Thai Studies--SOAS, London, 1993. London: SOAS, 1993. 1v. (various pagings). 1-18 Hamilton Asia Folio DS570.98 .I58 1993

Suwanna Satha-Anand (1994), “Buddhadasa's bitter potions as legacies for Thai society,” In: Sulak Sivaraksa, ed. The quest for a just society: the legacy and challenge of Buddhadasa Bhikkhu. Bangkok: Thai Inter-Religious Commission for Development, Santi Pracha Dhamma Institute, 1994. 124p 1994, 61-69 Hamilton Asia BQ978 .H6795 Q47 1994

Suwanna Satha-Anand (1999), “Looking to Buddhism to turn back prostitution in Thailand,” In: Bauer, Joanne R.; Bell, Daniel A., eds. The East Asian challenge for human rights. Cambridge, Eng.; New York: Cambridge University Press, 1999. xiii, 394p 193-211 Hamilton Asia JC599.E18 E37 1999

Suwanna Wongwaisayawan (1983) The Buddhist concept of ignorance : with special reference to D¯ogen / by Thesis (Ph. D.)--University of Hawaii at Manoa, Hamilton & Hamilton Hawaiian AC1 .H3 no.1677

Swearer, Donald K. (1999), “Dhammapitaka on monks and the forest,” In: Socially engaged Buddhism for the new millennium: essays in honor of the Ven. Phra Dhammapitaka (Bhikkhu P.A. Payutto) on his 60th birthday anniversary. Bangkok: Sathirakoses-Nagapradipa Foundation; Foundation for Children, 1999. 536p. 459-469 Hamilton Asia BQ4570 .S6 S65 1999

Swearer, Donald K (1993),. Constructions of the Buddha in Thai Buddhism In: 5th International Conference on Thai Studies--SOAS, London, 1993. London: SOAS, 1993. 1v. (various pagings). , , 1-11 Hamilton Asia Folio DS570.98 .I58 1993

Swearer, Donald K (1995), “Consecrating the Buddha,” In: Lopez, Donald S., ed. Buddhism in practice. Princeton, N.J.: Princeton University Press, 1995. 608p. (Princeton readings in religions.) , , , 50-58 Hamilton Asia BQ1012 .B83 1995

Swearer, Donald K. (1995), “ A modern sermon on merit making,” In: Lopez, Donald S., ed. Buddhism in practice. Princeton, N.J.: Princeton University Press, 1995. 608p. (Princeton readings in religions.) , 399-401 Hamilton Asia BQ1012 .B83 1995

Swearer, Donald K. (1995), “A summary of the seven books of the Abhidhamma,” In: Lopez, Donald S., ed. Buddhism in practice. Princeton, N.J.: Princeton University Press, 1995. 608p. (Princeton readings in religions.), 336-342 Hamilton Asia BQ1012 .B83 1995

Swearer, Donald K. (1995), “The way to meditation,” In: Lopez, Donald S., ed. Buddhism in practice. Princeton, N.J.: Princeton University Press, 1995. 608p. (Princeton readings in religions.) 207-215 Hamilton Asia BQ1012 .B83 1995

Swearer, Donald K. (1995), Bimbåa's lament In: Lopez, Donald S., ed. Buddhism in practice. Princeton, N.J.: Princeton University Press, 1995. 608p. (Princeton readings in religions.), 541-552 Hamilton Asia BQ1012 .B83 1995

Swearer, Donald K. Sulak (1996), “SivaraksÕas Buddhist vision for renewing society,” In: Queen, Christopher S.; King, Sallie B., eds. Engaged Buddhism: Buddhist liberation movements in Asia. Albany: State University of New York Press, 1996. 446p. 1996, 195-235 Hamilton Asia BQ270 .E54 1996

Swearer,Donald K. (1994), “Three legacies of Bhikkhu Buddhadasa,” In: Sulak Sivaraksa, ed. The quest for a just society: the legacy and challenge of Buddhadasa Bhikkhu. Bangkok: Thai Inter-Religious Commission for Development, Santi Pracha Dhamma Institute, 1994. 124p. 1-26 Hamilton Asia BQ978 .H6795 Q47 1994

Swearer, Donald K and Sommai Premchit (1978), “The Relationship Between the Religious and Political Orders in Northern Thailand,” In Smith, Bardwell (ed) Religion and legitimation of power in Thailand, Laos and Burma, Chambersburg, PA., Anima Books Hamilton Asia BQ554 .R44

Swearer, Donald K. (2003), Aniconism versus iconism in Thai buddhism / In Steven Heine and Charles S. Prebish (eds) Buddhism in the modern world : adaptations of an ancient tradition, Oxford ; New York : Oxford University Press Hamilton Asia BQ316 .B83 2003

Symonds, Patricia (1996), “Blessing among the White Hmong of northern Thailand,” In: Kammerer, Cornelia Ann; Tannenbaum, Nicola, eds. Merit and blessing in mainland Southeast Asia in comparative perspective. New Haven, Conn.: Yale University Southeast Asia Studies, 1996. 263p. (Yale Southeast Asia Studies monograph 45.) , , 1996, 98-115 Hamilton Asia GN635 .S58 M47 1996

Tambiah, Stanley J. (1984) The Buddhist saints of the forest and the cult of amulets : a study in charisma, hagiography, sectarianism, and millennial Buddhism / Cambridge [Cambridgeshire] ; New York : Cambridge University Press, Hamilton BQ554 .T347 1984

Tambiah, Stanley J (1970) Buddhism and the spirit cults in NorthEast Thailand Cambridge [Eng.] University Press. Hamilton, Hamilton Asia BL2075 .T3

Tambiah, Stanley J (1976) World conqueror and world renouncer: a study of Buddhism and polity in Thailand against a historical background Hamilton Asia BQ554 .T35

Tanabe, Shigeharu (ed) (1991), Religious traditions among Tai ethnic groups : selected bibliography, Ayutthaya, Thailand : Ayutthaya Historical Study Centre, Hamilton Asia Reference DS36.9.T35 R455 1991

Tannenbaum, Nicola (1993),Anatta and lack of control: Shan constructions of Buddhism In: 5th International Conference on Thai Studies--SOAS, London, 1993. London: SOAS, 1993. 1v. (various pagings). 1-25 Hamilton Asia Folio DS570.98 .I58 1993

Tannenbaum, Nicola (1996), “Blessing and merit transfer among lowland Shan of northwestern Thailand,” In: Kammerer, Cornelia Ann; Tannenbaum, Nicola, eds. Merit and blessing in mainland Southeast Asia in comparative perspective. New Haven, Conn.: Yale University Southeast Asia Studies, 1996. 263p. (Yale Southeast Asia Studies monograph 45.) ,181-211 Hamilton Asia GN635 .S58 M47 1996

Tavivat Puntarigvivat (2001), “A Thai Buddhist perspective,” In: Raines, John C.; Maguire, Daniel C., eds. What men owe to women: men's voices from world religions. Albany: State University of New York Press, 2001. vii, 303p 211-237 Hamilton BL458 .W47 2001

Taylor, J. L. (1993), 'Thammachaat': nature and nation, rural monk activists in north-eastern Thailand In: 5th International Conference on Thai Studies--SOAS, London, 1993. London: SOAS, 1993. 1v. (various pagings). , , 1-29 Hamilton Asia Folio DS570.98 .I58 1993

Taylor, James L. (1997), The textualization of a monastic tradition: forest monks, lineage, and the biographical process in Thailand In: Schober, Juliane, ed. Sacred biography in the Buddhist traditions of South and Southeast Asia. Honolulu: University of Hawaii Press, 1997. 366p. , , 289-309 Hamilton Asia BQ843 .S23 1997

Taylor, Jim (1993), “Thai civic religion: modernisation and social change: an overview,” In: Jackson, Peter A., ed. The May 1992 crisis in Thailand: background and aftermath: selected papers from the Thailand Update Conference, University of Sydney, 17 October 1992. Canberra: National Thai Studies Centre, Australian National University, 46p. , , 1993, 36-46 Hamilton Asia Folio DS561 .T55 no.2

Taylor, Jim (1997), “Thamma-chaat: activist monks and competing discourses of nature and nation in northeastern Thailand,” In: Hirsch, Philip, ed. Seeing forests for trees: environment and environmentalism in Thailand. Chiang Mai: Silkworm Books, 1997. 297p. ,37-52 Hamilton Asia GE199.T5 S44 1997

Taylor, J.L. (1993), Forest monks and the nation-state : an anthropological and historical study in northeastern Thailand /. Singapore : ISEAS, Hamilton Asia BQ6160.T4 T395 1993

Terwiel, B.J (1994) Monks and magic: an analysis of religious ceremonies in central Thailand (Scandinavian Institute of Asian Studies monograph series, no.24). Hamilton Asia BQ4990 .T4 T47 1994

Thakur, Upendra (1983), “Buddhism's contribution to Thai culture” In: Chopra, P.N.; Sumi, Tokan, eds. Contribution of Buddhism to world civilization and culture. New Delhi: S. Chand, 1983. 380p. 95-100 Hamilton BQ4055 .C64 1983

Thakur, Upendra (1989), “The ståupa in Thailand,” In: Chatterjee, Bhaskar, ed. History and archaeology: Prof. H.D. Sankalia felicitation volume. Delhi: Ramanand Vidya Bhawan, 1989. 416p. + plates. , 222-230 Hamilton Asia DS423 .H52 1989

Thailand’s National Identity Board, Prime Minister's Office (1981) Buddhism in Thai life. Bangkok : National Identity Board, Prime Minister's Office Hamilton Asia BQ554 .B73 1981

Thakur, Upendra (2001), “Buddhism's contribution to Thai culture,” In: Ahir, D.C., ed. Buddhism in South-East Asia: a cultural survey. Delhi: Sri Satguru Publications, 2001. 252p. (Bibliotheca Indo-Buddhica Series no.207) , , 81-86 Hamilton Asia BQ408 .B83 2001

Thich Nhat Hanh (1988), “Please call me by my true names ,” In: Eppsteiner, Fred, ed. The path of compassion: writings on socially engaged Buddhism. Rev. 2nd ed. Berkeley, Calif.: Parallax, 1988. 219pp, 31-39 Hamilton Asia BQ4570 .S6 S65 1999

Van Esterik, Penny (2000), Materializing Thailand / Oxford ; New York : Berg, Hamilton Asia DS568 .V3647 2000

Van Esterik, John (1983), Women meditation teachers in Thailand In: Van Esterik, Penny, ed. Women of Southeast Asia. DeKalb, Ill.: Northern Illinois University, Center for Southeast Asian Studies, 1982. 279p. 42-54 Hamilton Asia HQ1745.8 .W65 1982

Van Esterik, Penny (1983), Laywomen in Theravada Buddhism In: Van Esterik, Penny, ed. Women of Southeast Asia. DeKalb, Ill.: Northern Illinois University, Center for Southeast Asian Studies, 1982. 279p55-78 Hamilton Asia HQ1745.8 .W65 1982

Visalo Bhikkhu (1999) “Buddhism for the next century: toward renewing a moral Thai society,” In: Socially engaged Buddhism for the new millennium: essays in honor of the Ven. Phra Dhammapitaka (Bhikkhu P.A. Payutto) on his 60th birthday anniversary. Bangkok: Sathirakoses-Nagapradipa Foundation; Foundation for Children, 1999. 536p. , , 1999, 235-252 Hamilton Asia BQ4570 .S6 S65 1999

Vorasak Jandamit (1989) Pali recitations: (with English versions) Bangkok : Mahachula University Press Hamilton Asia BZ 93G02.85

Walkey, Venetia (1999), “Buddhist arts for contemporary society,” In: Socially engaged Buddhism for the new millennium: essays in honor of the Ven. Phra Dhammapitaka (Bhikkhu P.A. Payutto) on his 60th birthday anniversary. Bangkok: Sathirakoses-Nagapradipa Foundation; Foundation for Children, 1999. 536p., 335-384 Hamilton Asia BQ4570 .S6 S65 1999

Wasin Indasara (1978) Therav¯ada Buddhist principles / by; [translator, Siri Buddhasukh]. Book two Bangkok : [Mah¯amakut Educational Council], Mah¯amakut Buddhist University, 2521 Hamilton Asia BQ7200 .W3713

Well, Kenneth Elmer (1975) Thai Buddhism, its rites and activities Bangkok, Thailand, Suriyabun Publishers, Hamilton Asia BL1445.T5 W4 1975

Wong, Deborah (2001), Sounding the center : history and aesthetics in Thai Buddhist performance, Chicago : University of Chicago Press,. Hamilton Asia GN635.T4 W66 2001

Yano, Sherry (1999), Phra Khrèu Supajarawat: finding the middle path between the modern and the traditional In: Socially engaged Buddhism for the new millennium: essays in honor of the Ven. Phra Dhammapitaka (Bhikkhu P.A. Payutto) on his 60th birthday anniversary. Bangkok: Sathirakoses-Nagapradipa Foundation; Foundation for Children, 1999. 536p. , , 1999, 148-194 Hamilton Asia BQ4570 .S6 S65 1999

Young, Ernest (1982), The kingdom of the yellow robe : being sketches of the domestic and religious rites and ceremonies of the Siamese / with illustrations by E.A. Norbury and from photographs by the author Kuala Lumpur ; New York : Oxford University Press, Hamilton Asia DS568 .Y7 1982

*VIETNAM*

VIETNAM: JOURNAL ARTICLES
Anonymous (1971), “History of VN (Vietnamese) Buddhism: introduced from India by sea, China by land,” Vietnam Magazine (Saigon) 4, no.11: 6- 8

Anonymous (1972), “Buddhism in Vietnam,.” Maha Bodhi (Calcutta) 80, no.9 (Sep 1972) 441-445

Anonymous (1972), “Buddhist belief: the Middle Way of Life,” Vietnam Magazine (Saigon) 5, no.4 : 4-6

Anonymous (1973), “South Vietnamese Buddhists in the face of tyranny,” Vietnamese Studies (Hanoi) no.37: 255-262

Anonymous, (1974), “History of Buddhism in Vietnam [Vietnam Magazine],” Asian and Pacific Quarterly of Cultural and Social Affairs (Seoul) 6, no.3 (Aut) 33-34

Black, Edwin F (1971), The role of Buddhism in the overthrow of Diem Orbis: A Quarterly Journal of World Affairs (Philadelphia, PA) 14, no.4 (Winter) 992-1011

Cleary, J.C. (1991), “Buddhism and popular religion in medieval Vietnam,” Journal of the American Academy of Religion (Missoula, MT) 59, no.1 (Spr) 93-118

Don Hau, Thich (1973), “South Vietnamese Buddhists in the face of tyranny,” Vietnamese Studies (Hanoi) 9, no.37 : 255-262

Haughey, John C (1971), “Buddhist role in South Vietnam,” America (New York) 125, no.10 (Oct 9, 1971) 259-261

King, Sallie B. (1998), “Transformative nonviolence: the social ethics of George Fox and Thich Nhat Hanh,” Buddhist-Christian Studies (Honolulu) 18 : 3-36

King, Sallie B. (2000), “They who burned themselves for peace: Quaker and Buddhist self-immolators during the Vietnam War,” Buddhist-Christian Studies (Honolulu) 20 127-150

Kolotov, V.N. (1999) “South Vietnam in 1945-55: the role of the religious sects in the collective security system,” NIAS nytt (Kobenhavn, Denmark) no.2 (Jul) 21-24

Laycock, Steven W. (1994) The Vietnamese model of self reference: a model of Buddhist egology, Asian Philosophy (Abingdon, Oxon, England) 4, no.1 53-69

Le Van Hao (1973), “The Buddhist revitalization and the political involvement: a brief historical survey,” Van Hanh Bulletin (Saigon) 5, no.4 (Dec) 34-54

Luu-ai-Quoc (1971), “The Buddhists' and students' politics of peace and sovereignty in South Vietnam 1964-1968,” Cornell Journal of Social Relations (Ithaca, NY) 6, no.1 (Spring) 98-114

Matthews, Bruce (1992), “The place of religion in Vietnam today,” Buddhist-Christian Studies (Honolulu) 12 (1992) 65-74

Ngo Van Doanh (2001), “India - Kinh Bac and Vietnamese Buddhism,” Vietnamese Studies (Hanoi) no.141: 27-34

Nguyen Duy Hinh (1986), “ Early Buddhism in Vietnam,” Vietnam Social Sciences (Hanoi) 3-4 (9-10) : 103-118

Nguyen Duy Hinh (1990), Three legends and early Buddhism in Vietnam,” Vietnam Forum (New Haven, CT) no.13 (1990) 10-23

Nguyen The Anh (1993), “Buddhism and Vietnamese society throughout history,”
Southeast Asia Research (London) 1, no.1(Mar 1993) 98-114

Nguyen The Anh (1993), “Buddhism and Vietnamese society throughout history,”
South East Asia Research (Brighton, England) 1, no.1 (Mar) 98-114

Nguyen The Anh (2002), “From Indra to Maitreya: Buddhist influence in Vietnamese political thought,” Journal of Southeast Asian Studies (Singapore) 33, no.2 (Jun) 225-241

Nhat Hanh, Thich (1976), “The miracle of being awake,” Visakha Puja (Bangkok) 2519 58-92

Pelzer, Kristin (1992), “On defining 'Vietnamese religion': reflections on Bruce Matthews' article [Matthews' article The Place of Religion in Vietnam Today],”
Buddhist-Christian Studies (Honolulu) 12 (1992) 75-79

Pelzer, Kristin (1993), “United States and Vietnam: on the need for spiritual reconciliation,” Buddhist-Christian Studies (Honolulu) 13: 247-257

Phong T. Nguyen (2002). Music and movement in Vietnamese Buddhism [in special issue 'Body and ritual in Buddhist musical culture'; with preface by PD Green, 9-16] The World of Music. 44(2): 57-71

Quang Do (1974), “A summary of the history of Vietnamese Buddhism,” Van Hanh Bulletin (Saigon) 6, no.2 (Jun) 3-28

Soucy, Alexander (1996). The dynamics of change in an exiled pagoda: Vietnamese Buddhism in Montreal Canberra anthropology. 19(2): 29-45

The major teachlngs of Vietnamese Buddhism (1972), “Vietnam Magazine (Saigon),” 5, nos.1-2 (Jan-Feb) 11-15

The, Hung (1979), “Thien Buddhist school,” Vietnamese Studies (Hanoi) no.56 : 30-56

Thich Thien Chau (1990), “Bioethics as seen by Buddhists,” Vietnamese Studies (Hanoi) no.25 : 83-102

Thich Thien Chau (1993), “Prominent figures of Vietnamese Buddhism,” Vietnamese Studies (Hanoi) no.38 : 35-55

Topmiller, Robert (1997), “Confrontation in Danang: III MAF and the Buddhist struggle movement in South Vietnam, 1966 [Third Marine Amphibious Force],” Journal of American-East Asian Relations (Chicago) 6, nos.2-3 (Sum-Fall) 207-234

Tran Thi Bang Thanh (1993), “The two Buddhist literary tendencies of Vietnam's Middle Ages,” Vietnamese Studies (Hanoi) no.38: 26-34

Trian Nguyen (1995), “Contemporary Vietnamese publications on Buddhism: a bibliographic review,” CORMOSEA Bulletin (Ann Arbor, MI) 24, no.1 (Jun) 8-13

Van Nhan (1974), “Buddhism in Vietnam: the middle path,” Vietnam Magazine (Saigon) 7, no.5 : 7-9

Vu Van Vinh (1999), “Development of Confucianism in the Tran dynasty and the struggle of Confucian scholars against Buddhism at the end of the XIV century,” Vietnam Social Sciences (Hanoi) no.2 (70) : 55-60

VIETNAM: BOOKS, OR BOOK CHAPTERS
Anonymous (2001), In: Buddhism in Vietnam Ahir, D.C., ed. Buddhism in South-East Asia: a cultural survey. Delhi: Sri Satguru Publications, 2001. 252p. (Bibliotheca Indo-Buddhica Series no.207) 2001 120-126 Hamilton Asia BQ408 .B83. 2001

McHale, Shawn Frederick (2004), Print and power : Confucianism, communism, and Buddhism in the making of modern Vietnam /. Honolulu : University of Hawai`i Press, Hamilton Asia DS556.8 .M387 2004

Minh Chi, et al.; Nguyen Tai Thu, ed. (1992), History of Buddhism in Vietnam
Citation: Hanoi: Social Sciences Pub. House, 1992 427 p., 13 leaves of plates At head of title: National Centre for Social Sciences of Vietnam, Institute of Philosophy, Hamilton Asia BQ492 .L5313 1992

Minh, Chi; Ha, Van Tan; Nguyen, Tai Thu (1993), Buddhism in Vietnam: from its origins to the 19th century,” Hanoi: The Gioi Publishers, 1993 Hamilton Asia BQ492 .M66 1993

Nguy~ên Long Thành Nam (2003), Hoa Hao Buddhism in the course of Vietnam's history; abridged translation by Sergei Blagov, New York : Nova Science Publishers Hamilton Asia BQ9800.P452 N49 2003

Nhat Hanh, Thich (1992), “ The diamond that cuts through illusion: commentaries on the Praj naparamita Diamond Sutra, Berkeley, Calif.: Parallax Press, 115 p. Hamilton Asia BQ1997 .N4413 1992

Nhat Hanh, Thich (1993), Love in action: writings on nonviolent social change, Berkeley, Calif.: Parallax Press, 1993 154 p., Hamilton Asia, BQ4570.S6 N47 1993

Phan Cu De (1999) Religion, philosophy and literature in Vietnam, In: Mallari-Hall, Luisa J.; Tope, Lily Rose R., eds. Texts and contexts: interactions between literature and culture in Southeast Asia. Papers presented at the International Conference on Southeast Asian Literatures, University of the Philippines, Diliman, Quezon City, 19-21 May 1997. Quezon City: Department of English and Comparative Literature, University of Philippines, 1999. 178p. 1999 104-112 Hamilton Asia PL493 .I58 1997

Quinn, Charles Underhill (Translated) (1970) The cross and the Bo-tree; Catholics and Buddhists in Vietnam. New York, Sheed and Ward Hamilton & Hamilton Asia DS557.A6 G4513

Tai, Hue-tam Ho (1988), “Perfect world and perfect time: Maitreya in Vietnam,” In: Sponberg, Alan; Hardacre, Helen, eds. Maitreya, the future Buddha. Cambridge, Eng.; New York: Cambridge UP, 1988. 304p. 154-170 Hamilton Asia BQ4690.M3 M34 1988

Thien Tam, Thich (1991), “ Buddhism of wisdom and faith: Pure Land principles and practice,” : Sepulveda, Calif.: International Buddhist Monastic Institute, 1991 340 p. Hamilton Asia, BQ8515.6 .T5 1991

Topmiller, Robert J. (2002), The lotus unleashed : the Buddhist peace movement in South Vietnam, 1964-1966, Lexington, Ky. : University Press of Kentucky Hamilton Asia DS557.62 .T66 2002

Topmiller, Robert (1996), The Buddhist crisis of 1964, Western Conference of the Association for Asian Studies, Hamilton Asia DS 559.62 .V5 T67 1996

*SOUTHEAST ASIA*

SOUTHEAST ASIA: JOURNAL ARTICLES
Andaya, Barbara Watson (2002), “Localising the universal: women, motherhood and the appeal of early Theravada Buddhism,” Journal of Southeast Asian Studies (Singapore) 33, no.1 (Feb) 1-30

Houtart, Francois (1976) “Buddhism and politics in Southeast Asia,” Social Scientist (New Delhi) 5, no.3 (Oct) 3-23 and 5, no.4 (Nov) 30-45

Prem, Purachatra (1972) The influence of Buddhist literature in South East Asia Asian Pacific Quarterly of Cultural and Social Affairs (Seoul) 4, no.2 (Aug) 85-87

Ray, Niharranjan (1973) Buddhism in Southeast Asia, Indian and Foreign Review (New Delhi) 10, no.7 (Jan 15 1973) 19-

Rutledge, Paul (1986) Southeast Asian religions: a perspective on historical Buddhism within the developing states of Southeast Asia, East Asia Journal of Theology (Singapore) 4, no.2 (Oct) 138-169

Schober, Juliane (1995) The Theravada Buddhist engagement with modernity in Southeast Asia: whither the social paradigm of the galactic polity?, Journal of Southeast Asian Studies (Singapore) 26, no.2 (Sep) 307-325

Siraporn Nathalang (1999) Conflict and compromise between the indigenous beliefs and Buddhism as reflected in Tai-Thai rice myths Tai Culture: International Review on Tai Cultural Studies (Berlin) 4, no.2 (Dec 86-95

Skilling, Peter (1997) The advent of Theravada Buddhism to mainland South-East Asia, Journal of the International Association of Buddhist Studies (Northfield, MN) 20, no.1 (Sum 93-107

SOUTHEAST ASIA: BOOKS OR BOOK CHAPTERS
Ahir, D.C., ed. (2001) Buddhism in South-East Asia: a cultural survey, Delhi: Sri Satguru Publications252p Hamilton Asia BQ408 .B83 2001

Amore, Roy C (1981), Have stories will travel: how Buddhism won the Southeast
In: Hainsworth, Geoffrey B., et al., ed. Southeast Asia: women, changing social structure and cultural continuity. Ottawa: University of Ottawa Press, 1981. 150-155 Hamilton Asia HN690.8.A8 C36 1979

Anacker, Stefan (1995), Introduction of Buddhism to Southeast Asia and subsequent history up to the eleventh century, In: Prebish, Charles S., ed. Buddhism: a modern perspective. Delhi: Sri Satguru Publications, 1995. 330p. (Bibliotheca Indo-Buddhica, no.140.) 170-177 Hamilton BQ4012 .P73

Anacker, Stefan (1995), Medieval Buddhism in Southeast Asia
In: Prebish, Charles S., ed. Buddhism: a modern perspective. Delhi: Sri Satguru Publications, 1995. 330p. (Bibliotheca Indo-Buddhica, no.140.) 178-186 Hamilton BQ4012 .P73

Bechert, Heinz (1978), German studies of Buddhism in Southeast Asia In: Cultures in encounter: Germany and the Southeast Asian nations: a documentation of the ASEAN Cultural Week, Tubingen, Summer 1977. Stuttgart: Institut f&r Auslandsbeziehungen, 1978. 60-63 Hamilton Asia DS501.5 .C84

Blackburn, Anne M. (2003), “Localizing Linage: Importing Higher Ordination in the Theravadin South and Southeast Asia,” in John Clifford Holt, Jacob N. Kinnard, Jonathan S. Walters (eds), Constituting communities : Therav¯ada Buddhism and the religious cultures of South and Southeast Asia, Albany : State University of New York Press, Hamilton Asia BQ4570.S6 C66 2003

Blofeld, John E. (1971), Mahayana Buddhism in Southeast Asia, Singapore, D. Moore for Asia Pacific, 9, 51p Hamilton Asia BL1445.A8 B55

Bobilin, Robert (1999), Buddhism, nationalism and violence, In: Socially engaged Buddhism for the new millennium: essays in honor of the Ven. Phra Dhammapitaka (Bhikkhu P.A. Payutto) on his 60th birthday anniversary. Bangkok: Sathirakoses-Nagapradipa Foundation; Foundation for Children, 1999. 536p. 297-306 Hamilton Asia BQ4570 .S6 S65 1999

Brown, Robert L. (1988), Bodhgaya and South-East Asia, In: Leoshko, Janice, ed. Bodhgaya: the site of enlightenment. Bombay: Marg Publications, 1988. 156p + plates. 101-124 Hamilton Asia Folio BQ6480 .B63 1988

Bunnag, Jane (1995), The way of the monk and the way of the world: Buddhism in Thailand, Laos and Cambodia, In: Heinz, Bechert; Gombrich, Richard Francis, eds. The world of Buddhism: Buddhist monks and nuns in society and culture. New York: Thames and Hudson, 1995. 308p. 159-170 Hamilton Folio BQ4012 .W67 1984

Butr-Indr, Siddhi (1973), The social philosophy of Buddhism / Bangkok, Thailand : Mahamakut Buddhist University, Hamilton Asia BQ4570.S6 S62

Chatsumarn Kabilsingh (1994), The problem of ordination: women in Buddhism
In: Fu, Charles Wei-hsun; Wawrytko, Sandra A., eds. Buddhist behavioral codes and the modern world: an international symposium. Westport, Conn.; London: Greenwood, 1994. 333p. (Contributions to the study of religion, no.38.) 161-169 Hamilton Asia BQ5400 .B84 1994

Chatsumarn Kabilsingh (1998), Buddhism and nature conservation, Bangkok, Thailand : Thammasat University Press, Hamilton Asia BQ4570 .N3 C43 1998

Christie, Anthony H. (1989), Buddhism in Southeast Asia: an anecdotal survey, In: Skorupski, Tadeusz, ed. The Buddhist heritage: papers delivered at the symposium of the same name convened at the School of Oriental and African Studies, University of London, November 1985. Tring, U.K.: Institute of Buddhist Studies,. 276p. 1989 55-69 Hamilton Asia BQ100 .B78 1989

De Silva, Padmiri (1998), Buddhist perspectives on the environmental crisis: comprehending the malady and exploring a remedy In: Gyallay-Pap, Peter; Bottomley, Ruth, eds. Toward an environmental ethic in Southeast Asia. Phnom Penh: The Buddhist Institute, 1998. 183p. 14-30 Hamilton Asia Folio GE42 .T69 1998

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