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Daoism

Religion, History and Society

Jointly published by: Centre for Studies of Daoist Culture, École française d’ Extrême-Orient and The Chinese University Press


English , 2019/08

Tags: Religious Studies, History, Society

229 x 152 mm , 284pp ISBN : 2075-2776

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Daoism is a peer-reviewed international journal dedicated to the publication of original research articles exploring Daoism in its social and historical contexts from the pre-modern to the contemporary period. The journal encourages innovative research based on new documents and/or fieldworks.

While studies on Daoism have grown very fast over the past few decades, they do not have a distinct identity of their own within the larger academic world, and up to now lack a forum where concerned scholars can debate and further define the state and the future of the field. Thus, the Centre for Studies of Daoist Culture (The Chinese University of Hong Kong) and the École française d’Extrême-
Orient have joined their efforts in creating this academic journal: Daoism: Religion, History and Society.

In spite of the pressures on the academic publishing market, we are convinced that there is room for a high-quality journal devoted to scholarly studies of Daoism in all its form and contexts. We hope to complement and cooperate with other journals that have traditionally published top-end research on Daoism as well as other subjects, such as Journal of Chinese Religion and Cahiers d’Extrême-Asie, along with other current publishing projects on Daoist studies. Our Editorial Committee has Professor Lai Chi Tim as Chief Editor, and Professor Vincent Goossaert as Co-editor. We publish one issue per year, both on paper and electronically. The journal will eventually also carry book reviews and bibliographic essays. Publication and distribution will be handled by The ChineseUniversity Press.

A major distinguishing feature of the journal is its resolutely bilingual English-Chinese character. Each issue has articles in both languages, with abstracts in the other language. The Editorial Committee will work in both languages with an aim to provide a forum where scholars of both the Chinese-speaking and Western worlds can share their views. The scope of the journal is broadly defined as that of all social sciences and humanities approaches to Daoism. The editors particularly seek articles exploring Daoism in its social and historical contexts, from the pre-modern to the contemporary period. Innovative research based on new documents and/or fieldwork will be most welcome. Submissions will be reviewed by external referees on a double-blind basis. Evaluation is based on scholarly quality. Both individual submissions and projects for guest-edited special issues are welcome.

Vol.10, 2018

論文 Articles

Printing the Dao: Master Zhou Xuanzhen, The Editorial History of the Jade Slips of Great Clarity and Ming Quanzhen Identity

Bony Schachter

嵩山受璧/長安開霸—劉裕英雄試煉與創業神話敘述

劉苑如

宋代道教「水火煉度」研究—以行煉方式為中心的考察

劉陶

扶乩信仰對清代道教醫學的推動與影響—以《醫道還元》為中心的研究

陸晶晶

書評 Book Reviews

程樂松著,《身體不死與神秘主義—道教信仰的觀念史視角》

洪長成

劉屹著,《六朝道教古靈寶經的歷史學研究》

曹凌

劉祖國著,《魏晉南北朝道教文獻詞彙研究》

張鵬

Vol.9, 2017

論文 Articles

The Synthesis of Daoist Sacred Geography: A Textual Study of Du Guangting’s Dongtian fudi yuedu mingshan ji (901)

Lennert Gesterkamp

《高道傳》輯考

李靜

晚明南京道教格局的形成―以《金陵玄觀志》為中心的考察

賀晏然

《太乙金華宗旨》的淨明源頭:清初常州呂祖乩壇信仰與淨明派的關係

黎志添

辛天君法與混元道法的構造

許蔚

上海正一道教過關儀式初探

祝逸雯

近世日本關帝信仰初探

吳偉明

書評 Book Reviews

Celestial Masters: History and Ritual in Early Daoist Communities, by Terry F. Kleeman

Mark Csikszentmihalyi

王皓月著,《析經求真:陸修靜與靈寶經關係新探》

李龢書

姜守誠著,《中國近世道教送瘟儀式研究》

蔣馥蓁

Vol.8, 2016

Daoist Lives: Narrative and Practice 道門生活:敘述與實踐

Preface 前言

Franciscus Verellen and Vincent Goossaert

道門生活敘述 Daoist Narratives

Sisters of the Blood: The Lives behind the Xie Ziran Biography

Stephen R. Bokenkamp

Daoist Modes of Perception:“Registering”the Living Manifestations of Sire Thunder, and Why Zhuang Zi is Relevant

Mark Meulenbeld

Narrative daoqing, the Legend of Han Xiangzi, and the Good Life in the Han Xiangzi jiudu Wengong daoqing quanben

Wilt L. Idema

道教戒律與實踐 Precepts and Practice

Cultivating Conduct and Establishing Merit: Pursuing the Good Life in Early Daoism

Terry Kleeman

Lu Xiujing (406–477) on Daoist Practice: Ten Lessons in The Way and its Virtue

Franciscus Verellen

Tracing Back Wang Changyue’s Precepts for Novices in the History of Daoism

Yuria Mori

Writing as a Threshold between the Worlds: Glyphomancy in China

Brigitte Baptandier

書評 Book Reviews

Demonic Warfare: Daoism, Territorial Networks, and the History of a Ming Novel, by Mark R. E. Meulenbeld

James A. Benn

Quanzhen Daoists in Chinese Society and Culture, 1500–2010, edited by Xun Liu and Vincent Goossaert

Adeline Herrou

柏夷著,《道教研究論集》

張鵬

姜守誠著,《出土文獻與早期道教》

曹凌

Vol.7, 2015

Special Issue on Scriptures of Lüzu and Spirit-Writing Altars in the Qing 特輯:呂祖道經與清代乩壇

Editor’s Note 編者言

A Prolific Spirit: Peng Dingqiu’s Posthumous Career on the Spirit Altar, 1720–1906

Daniel Burton-Rose

The Invention of Traditions: With a Focus on Innovations in the Scripture of the Great Cavern in Ming-Qing Daoism

Jihyun Kim

The Transmission of the Cult of Lu Dongbin to Sichuan in the Nineteenth Century, and the Transformation of the Local Religious Milieu

Elena Valussi

清朝道光年間金蓋山呂祖道壇所創之經典初探:以《玉清贊化九天演政心印集經》、《玉清贊化九天演政心印寶懺》為中心之探討

丸山宏

明清《玉皇本行集經》中呂祖降誥研究

謝聰輝

清末民初嶺南地區的呂洞賓信仰之地方化:以聖地與經書為探討中心

志賀市子

論文 Articles

Liu Yuanran and Daoist Lineages in the Ming

Richard G. Wang

「安樂法」小考

山田俊

書評 Book Reviews

Religion in China and Its Modern Fate, by Paul R. Katz

Gareth Fisher

Aux portes du ciel: La statuaire taoïste du Hunan: Art et anthropologie de la Chine, by Patrice Fava

David A. Palmer

Creative Daoism & Facets of Qing Daoism, by Monica Esposito

Elena Valussi

The Huainanzi and Textual Production in Early China, edited by Sarah A. Queen and Michael Puett

Tobias Benedikt Zürn

劉仲宇著,《道教授籙制度研究》

謝聰輝

Vol.6, 2014

Special Issue on Changing Fate in Daoism特輯:此命可改乎?道教的命運觀

Editor’s Note 編者言

Options for Molding Ming (Fate) in the Scripture on Great Peace

Barbara Hendrischke

The Sword Scripture: Recovering and Interpreting a Lost 4th-Century Daoist Method for Cheating Death

Robert Ford Campany

The Performance and Significance of the Merging the Pneumas (Heqi) Rite in Early Daoism

Terry F. Kleeman

Drugs, Destiny, and Disease in Medieval China: Situating Knowledge in Context

Michael Stanley-Baker

Destiny, Vital Force, or Existence? On the Meanings of Ming in Daoist Internal Alchemy and Its Relation to Xing or Human Nature

Fabrizio Pregadio

Modern Daoist Eschatology: Spirit-Writing and Elite Soteriology in Late Imperial China

Vincent Goossaert

Research Note: Buddhism in the Writings of Tao Hongjing

Stephen R. Bokenkamp

論文 Articles

Physicians, Quanzhen Daoists, and Folk Cult of the Sage of Medicine in Nanyang, 1540s–1950s

Xun Liu

研究綜述 Review Article

南宋道教研究述評

謝一峰

書評 Book Reviews

Ritual Words: Daoist Liturgy and the Confucian Liumen Tradition in Sichuan Province, by Volker Olles

Yuria Mori

Declarations of the Perfected. Part One: Setting Scripts and Images into Motion, by Thomas E. Smith

Michael Stanley-Baker

謝聰輝著,《新天帝之命:玉皇、梓潼與飛鸞》

許蔚

謝世維著,《大梵彌羅:中古時期道教經典當中的佛教》

張超然

蓋建民著,《道教金丹派南宗考論:道派、歷史、文獻與思想綜合研究》

許蔚

劉屹著,《敦煌道經與中古道教》

李龢書

Vol.5, 2013

論文 Articles

The Sage Unbound: Ritual Metaphors in the Daode jing

Gilles Boileau

The Local Politics of Festivals in Hangzhou, 1850–1950

Vincent Goossaert

河南濟源全真道宗派傳承考

趙衛東

蘇州《大洞無上九極天仙傳戒科儀》初探—一個清代北京與江南文人乩壇交互影響的案例

陶金

正一經籙初探—以臺灣與福建南安所見為主

謝聰輝

書評 Book Reviews

Picturing the True Form: Daoist Visual Culture in Traditional China, by Shih-Shan Susan Huang

Maggie C. K. Wan

The Ming Prince and Daoism: Institutional Patronage of an Elite, by Richard G. Wang

Mark Meulenbeld

Signs from the Unseen Realm: Buddhist Miracle Tales from Early Medieval China, by Robert Ford Campany

Joshua Capitanio

Empowered Writing: Exorcistic and Apotropaic Rituals in Medieval China, by Stephan Peter Bumbacher

Gil Raz

The Emergence of Daoism: Creation of Tradition, by Gil Raz

Ori Tavor

The Religious Question in Modern China, by Vincent Goossaert and David Palmer

Mark Meulenbeld

吳真著,《為神性加注:唐宋葉法善崇拜的造成史》

高振宏

The Heavenly Court: Daoist Temple Painting in China, 1200–1400, by Lennert Gesterkamp

謝世維

李志鴻著,《道教天心正法研究》

酒井規史

郭武著,《丘處機學案》

蕭進銘

Vol.4, 2012
Vol.3, 2011
Vol.2, 2010
Vol.1, 2009

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