Buddhism in Central Asia I

Buddhism in Central Asia I

Buddhism in Central Asia I: Patronage, Legitimation, Sacred Space, and Pilgrimage
Edited by Carmen Meinert and Henrik H. Sørensen
Authors: Sem Vermeersch, Erika Forte, Yukiyo Kasai …
Leiden/Boston: Brill (2020): 204-229.
This project has received funding from the European Research Council (ERC) under the European Union’s Horizon 2020 research and innovation programme (grant agreement No 725519).

1 Who Is Legitimating Whom? On Justifying Buddhism’s Place in the Body Politic (Sem Vermeersch)
2 Images of Patronage in Khotan (Erika Forte)
3 Uyghur Legitimation and the Role of Buddhism (Yukiyo Kasai)
4 Donors and Esoteric Buddhism in Dunhuang during the Reign of the Guiyijun (Henrik H. Sørensen)
5 The Formation of Tangut Ideology: Buddhism and Confucianism (Kirill Solonin)
6 From Padmasambhava to Gö Tsangpa: Rethinking Religious Patronage in the Indian Himalayas between the 8th and 13th Centuries (Verena Widorn)
7 Sacred Space in Uyghur Buddhism (Jens Wilkens)
8 Pilgrims in Old Uyghur Inscriptions: A Glimpse behind Their Records (Simone-Christiane Raschmann)
9 Looking from the Periphery: Some Additional Thoughts on Yulin Cave 3 (Max Deeg)
10 Creation of Tantric Sacred Spaces in Eastern Central Asia (Carmen Meinert)


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