Mapping modern Mahayana : Chinese Buddhism and migration in the age of global modernity / Jens Reinke.  (Text) (Text)

Reinke, Jens
Call no.: BQ9800.F632 R45 2021Series: Dialectics of the global: v. 11.Publication: Berlin ; Boston : Walter de Gruyter GmbH, [2021]Description: xii, 152 pISBN: 9783110689983 (hbk.); 3110689987 (hbk.)Subject(s): Fo Guang Shan Buddhist OrderBuddhism -- Social aspects -- China -- Yixing ShiBuddhism -- Social aspects -- California -- Los AngelesBuddhism -- Social aspects -- South Africa -- BronkhorstspruitLOC classification: BQ9800.F632 | R45 2021Summary: This book presents a multi-sited ethnographic study of the global development of the Taiwanese Buddhist order Fo Guang Shan. It explores the order’s modern Buddhist social engagements by examining three globally dispersed field sites: Los Angeles in the United States of America, Bronkhorstspruit in South Africa, and Yixing in the People’s Republic of China. The data collected at these field sites is embedded within the context of broader theoretical discussions on Buddhism, modernity, globalization, and the nation-state. By examining how one particular modern Buddhist religiosity that developed in a specific place moves into a global context, the book provides a fresh view of what constitutes both modern and contemporary Buddhism while also exploring the social, cultural, and religious fabrics that underlie the spatial configurations of globalization.
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This book presents a multi-sited ethnographic study of the global development of the Taiwanese Buddhist order Fo Guang Shan. It explores the order’s modern Buddhist social engagements by examining three globally dispersed field sites: Los Angeles in the United States of America, Bronkhorstspruit in South Africa, and Yixing in the People’s Republic of China. The data collected at these field sites is embedded within the context of broader theoretical discussions on Buddhism, modernity, globalization, and the nation-state. By examining how one particular modern Buddhist religiosity that developed in a specific place moves into a global context, the book provides a fresh view of what constitutes both modern and contemporary Buddhism while also exploring the social, cultural, and religious fabrics that underlie the spatial configurations of globalization.

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