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Buddhas and Ancestors

by Juhn Y. Ahn University of Washington Press (June 09, 2018)

Two issues central to the transition from the Kory to the Chos n dynasty in fourteenth-century Korea were social differences in ruling elites and the decline of Buddhism, which had been the state religion. In...


Medicine and Memory in Tibet

by Theresia Hofer University of Washington Press (March 15, 2018)

Only fifty years ago, Tibetan medicine, now seen in China as a vibrant aspect of Tibetan culture, was considered a feudal vestige to be eliminated through government-led social transformation. Medicine and Memory...


The Rebirth of Bodh Gaya

by David Geary University of Washington Press (November 21, 2017)

This multilayered historical ethnography of Bodh Gaya � the place of Buddha�s enlightenment in the north Indian state of Bihar � explores the spatial politics surrounding the transformation of the Mahabodhi...


Image Problems: The Origin and Development of the Buddha's Image in Early South Asia

by Robert Daniel DeCaroli University of Washington Press (April 30, 2015)

This deft and lively study by Robert DeCaroli explores the questions of how and why the earliest verifiable images of the historical Buddha were created. In so doing, DeCaroli steps away from old questions of...


On Cold Mountain: A Buddhist Reading of the Hanshan Poems

by Paul Rouzer University of Washington Press (December 21, 2015)

In this first serious study of Hanshan (�Cold Mountain�), Paul Rouzer discusses some seventy poems of the iconic Chinese poet who lived sometime during the Tang dynasty (618�907). Hanshan�s poems gained...


In the Circle of White Stones: Moving through Seasons with Nomads of Eastern Tibet

by Gillian G. Tan & Stevan Harrell University of Washington Press (May 01, 2017)

This narrative of subsistence on the Tibetan plateau describes the life-worlds of people in a region traditionally known as Kham who move with their yaks from pasture to pasture, depending on the milk production...