New Books (AAS)

AAS 2023 Celebration of New Books

Time: Saturday, March 18, 2023, 12:15-1:45 pm

Place: Hynes Convention Center, Room 108


Jessey Choo, Inscribing Death: Burials, Representations, and Remembrance in Tang China 

Respondent: Keith Knapp, The Citadel 


Richard Wang, Lineages Embedded in Temple Networks: Daoism and Local Society in Ming China

Respondent: David Mozina, Independent Scholar


Jacopo Scarin, The Tongbai Palace and Its Daoist Communities: A History

Respondent: Richard Wang, University of Florida   


Nicole Willock Lineages of the Literary: Tibetan Buddhist Polymaths of Socialist China;

Respondent: Yewong Tenzin Dongchung, Columbia University


Brian Nichols, Lotus Blossoms and Purple Clouds: Monastic Buddhism in Post-Mao China

Respondent: Jens Reinke, University of the West

AAS 2022 Celebration of New Books

The Society for the Study of Chinese Religions hosted a Celebration of First Books in Chinese Religions at the the annual AAS meeting in Honolulu on Saturday, March 26, 2:15-3:45 pm.

To view a recording of the event click here.

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