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par / by Jérôme Ducor



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  1. Amstutz, Galen Dean : The Honganji Institution, 1500-1570 : The Politics of Pure Land Buddhism in Late Medieval Japan. Ph. D. Princeton University, 1992; 302 pp. UMI's order no. 9216788

  2. Anderson, Ronald Stone : Nishi-Honganji and Japanese Buddhist Nationalism, 1862-1945. Berkeley, University of California, 1956. 313 pp.

  3. Andrews, Allan Albert : The Nembutsu Teachings of Genshin's Ôjôyôshû and Their Significance for Japanese Religions. Ph. D. Claremont Graduate University, 1971. 242 pp. UMI's order no. 7121644

  4. Atone, Jôji : Shan-tao : His Life and Thought. Ph. D. Univ. of Wisconsin; Madison, 1988. 419 pp. UMI's order no. 8903004 (includes a full translation of Gengibun)

  5. Bloom, Alfred : Shinran, His Life and Thought. Ph. D. Harvard University, 1963.

  6. Blum, Mark Laurence : Gyônen's Jôdo Hômon Genrushô and the Importance of Lineage to the Pure Land Tradition. Ph. D. University of California, 1990. 581 pp. UMI's order no. 9126481

  7. Bryant, Gail F. Chin: Kuhon Ojojzu: Paintings of the Nine Grades of Birth: Context and Interpretation. Ph.D. University of California, Los Angeles, 1995; 258 pp. UMI's order no. 9601375

  8. Chan, Chi-Wah: Chih-li (960-1028) and the Formation of Orthodoxy in the Sung T'ien-Tai Tradition of Buddhism. Ph.D. University of California, LA., 1993; 441 pp. UMI's order no. 9332639

  9. Chappell, David Wellington : Tao-ch'o (562-645) : A Pioneer of Chinese Pure Land Buddhism. Ph.D. New Heaven (Connecticut), Yale University, 1976. 382 pp. UMI's order no. 7714029

  10. Chen, Shu-chen : Cultural change of Indian Pure Land Buddhist teaching in Chinese and Tibetan Buddhism; Ph.D., University of Virginia, 2007; 243 pp.; AAT 3263516.

  11. Christensen, Ross: Shinran and the Problem of Pure Land Morality. Senior Thesis, University of Hawaii, 1982.

  12. Corless, Roger Jonathan : T'an-luan's Commentary on the Pure Land Discourse: An Annotated Translation and Soteriological Analysis of the "Wang-shen-lun Chu". Ph. D. University of Wisconsin-Madison, 1973; 356 pp. UMI's order no. 7327095

  13. Darling, Leonard Bruc, JR : The Transformation of Pure Land Thought and the Development of Shintô Shrine Mandala Paintings: Kasuga and Kumano. Ph. D. University of Michigan, 1983; 679 pp. UMI's order no. 8324163

  14. Davis, David Lee: The Kaga Ikk˘-Ikki, 1473-1580. Ph.D. University of Chicago, 1978. UMI's order no. T-26860

  15. Day, Clareence Burton : The Cult of Amitabha. M.A. University of Chicago, 1923. 72 pp. UMI's order no. TM21496

  16. Dobbins, James Carter : The Emergency of Orthodoxy: A Historical Study of Heresy in the Early Jodo Shinshu. Ph. D. Yale University, 1984. 543 pp. UMI's order no. 8514865

  17. Ducor, Jérôme : La vie de Zonkaku, religieux bouddhiste japonais du XIVe siècle, avec une traduction de ses mÚmoires ("Ichigoki") et une introduction à son oeuvre. Ph. D. Université de Genève, 1991; 457 pp.

  18. Evans, Richard David : The Name as Symbol in the New Testament and the Writtings of Shinran. Ph. D. Northwestern University, 1975; 151 pp. UMI's order no. 7611885

  19. Ford, James Lowry : A life ignored: Jôkei (1155-1213) and 'old' Kamakura Buddhism reexamined. PhD. Princeton University, 1999; 304 pp.

  20. Foard, James Harlan : Ippen Shonin and Popular Buddhism in Kamakura Japan. Ph.D. Stanford University, 1977; 288 pp. UMI's order no. 7725663

  21. Fujitani, Pat: History of Buddhist Women in Hawaii: Shinshu Experience. Senior Thesis, University of Hawaii.

  22. Getz, Daniel Aaron, Jr. : Siming Zhili and Tiantai Pure Land in the Song Dynasty. Ph. D. Yale University, 1994. 500 pp. UMI's order no. 9426193

  23. Gilday, Edmund Theron: Honen Shonin and the Pure Land movement (Japan). MA. The University of British Columbia, 1980.

  24. Greenblatt, Kristin Yü : Yun-ch'i Chu-hung, The Career of a Ming Buddhist Monk. Ph.D. Columbia University, 1973; 445 pp. UMI's order nr. 7329832

  25. Grossberg, John Barth : Formulating Attitude towards Death: A Study of Eldery Japanese Jodo Shin Buddhists. Ph. D. University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign, 1981. 189 pp. UMI's order no. 8127599

  26. Haneda, Nobuo : The Development of the Concept of Prthagjana, Culminating in Shan-tao's Pure Land Thought: The Pure Land Theory of Salvation for the Inferior. Ph. D. University of Wisconsin-Madison, 1979. 363 pp. UMI's order no. 7928644 (includes a full translation of Gengibun)

  27. Hara, Maya: A Study and Translation of Genku Shonin Nikki. M.A. Graduate Theological Union, 1995.

  28. Harrison, Elizabeth G. : Encountering Amida: Jodo Shinshu Sermons in Eighteenth Century Japan. Ph. D. University of Chicago, 1992. 330 pp. UMI's order no. T-32006

  29. Hilburn, Samuel Milton : A social history of the rise of Amida Buddhism in Japan. Ph. D. University of Chicago, 1930. 159 pp. UMI's order no. T-12110

  30. Horton, Sarah Johanna: The role of Genshin and religious associations in the mid-Heian spread of Pure Land Buddhism (Japan). Ph.D. Yale University, 2001. 266 pp.UMI's order no. 3007358

  31. Hsiao, Ching-fen : The Life and Teachings of T'an-luan.Th. D. Princeton (New Jersey), Princeton Theological Seminary, 1967. 155 pp. UMI's order no. 6800258

  32. Imamura, Ryo Michael : A Comparative Study of American Temple and Nontemple Buddhist Ministers of the Jodo Shin Sect using Jungian Psychological Types. Ed. D. University of San Francisco, 1987. 273 pp. UMI's order no. 8713277

  33. Ingram, Paul Owens : Pure Land Buddhism in Japan : A Study of the Doctrine of Faith in the Teachings of Hônen and Shinran. Ph. D. Claremont University Center, 1971; 242 pp. UMI's order no. 7121644.

  34. Ishihara, John S. : The Shin Buddhist Doctrines of Amida and the Self in Light of the Christian-Buddhist Dialog. Ph.D. Claremont Graduate University, 1986; 192 pp. UMI's order no. 8616531

  35. Jang, Wang Shik: Wonhyo's Doctrines of Ultimate Reality and Faith: A Whiteheadian Evaluation. Ph. D. Claremont Graduate University, 1992; 226 pp. UMI's order no. 9209518

  36. Johnston, Gilbert Lee : Kiyozawa Manshi's Buddhist Faith and its Relations to Moderne Japanese Society. Ph. D. Harvard University, 1972.

  37. Jung, Hee-Soo : Kyuonghung's Commentary on the "Larger Sukhavativyuha Sutra" and the Formation of Pure Land Buddhism in Silla. Ph. D. University of Wisconsin-Madison, 1994. 491 pp. UMI's order no. 9417196

  38. Kainuma, Yoshiko: Kaikei and Early Kamakura Buddhism: A Study of the An'Amiyo Amida Form. Ph.D. University of California, LA, 1994; 397 pp. UMI's order no. 9517706

  39. Kanda, Fusae Candice: The development of Amida raigo painting: Style, concept, and landscape (Japan). PhD. Yale University, 2002. 514 pp. UMI's order no. 3046171.

  40. Kashima, Tetsuden: The Social Organization of the Buddhist Churches of America: Continuity and Social Change. Ph.D. University of California, San Diego, 1975; 409 pp. UMI's order no. 7519630

  41. Kaufman, Laura S. : Ippen Hijiri-e : Artistic and Literary Sources in a Buddhist Handscrcoll Painting of Thirteenth-Century Japan. Ph. D. New York University, 1980; 671 pp.

  42. Kawakami, Kenso : The Social Background of the Development of Jodo Buddhism. AM. University of Chicago, 1929. 101 pp. UMI's order no. TM16165

  43. Ketelaar, James Edward: Of Heretics and Martyrs: Buddhism and Persecution in Meiji Japan. Ph.D. University of Chicago, 1987. UMI's order no. T-30349

  44. Kibler, Ronald Lloyd : Honen's Pure Land Movement: Changes in Japanese Buddhism. M.A. California State University, 1994. 58 pp. UMI's order no. 1374769

  45. Kotas, Frederic J. : "Ôjôden" : Accounts of Rebirth in the Pure Land. Ph. D. University of Washington, 1987. 537 pp. UMI's order no. 8810550

  46. Kudara, Toryu: The Influence of 'Namu Amida Butsu' in Japan. M.A. thesis, Columbia University, 1922.

  47. Kwan, Tai-Wo : A Study of the Teaching Regarding the Pure Land of Aksobhya Buddha in Early Mahayana. Ph. D. University of California, Los Angeles, 1985. 319 pp. UMI's order no. 8513133

  48. Lee, Kenneth Doo Young : Shinran's Dream: The Importance of Shotoku Worship in Shinran's Amida Buddhism. Ph. D. Columbia University, 2001. 269 pp. UMI's order no. 3005748

  49. Machida, Sôhô Kojirô : The Specificity of Hônen (1133-1212). Ph. D. University of Pennsylvania, 1992. 272 pp. UMI's order no. 9308620

  50. McIntire, Jennifer Noering: Visions of paradise: Sui and Tang Buddhist pure land representation at Dunhuang (China). Ph. D. Princeton University, 2000. 349 pp. UMI's order no. 9962031

  51. McMullin, Neil Francis : Oda Nobunaga and the Buddhist Institutions. Ph. D. Vancouver, University of British Columbia, 1977. 461 pp.

  52. Mizuno, Kayano : Shinran's Pathos of the Infinite in Kierkegaard's Words. Ph. D. Boston College, 1992. 232 pp. UMI's order no. 9301724

  53. Ochi, Takeshi Aloyse : Face à un sauveur : l'expérience religieuse d'un Bouddhiste japonais, Shinran (1173-1262). Doctorat de 3e cycle ès sciences religieuses. Strasbourg, Université de Strasbourg, 1970. 216 pp.

  54. Okada, Masahiko: Visions and Reality: Buddhist Cosmographic Discourses in Nineteenth-Century Japan. Ph.D. Stanford University, 1997; 336 pp. UMI's order no. 9810182

  55. Park, Sung-Bae : Wonhyo's Commentaries on the 'Awakening of Faith in Mahayana'. Ph.D. University of California, Berkeley, 1979; 252 pp. UMI's order no. 8000474

  56. Pas, Jullian Francis : Shan-Tao's "Commentary on the Amitayur-Buddhansumrti-Sutra". Ph. D. McMaster University (Ontario), 1973. 626 pp.

  57. Pellissier, Hank Fidele : Jodo-Shinshu Influence in the "Insect" Haiku of Kobayashi Issa. M.A. California State University, Dominguez Hills, 1994; 74 pp. UMI's order no. 1360342

  58. Rhodes, Robert F. : Genshin's Ichijô yôketsu: A Treatise on Universal Buddhahood in Heian Japan. Ph. D. Harvard University, 1993; 393 pp. UMI's order no. 9318708

  59. Rogers, Minor Lee : Rennyo Shonin, 1415-1499 : A Transformation in Shin Buddhist Piety. Ph. D. Harvard University, 197;. 373 pp. UMI's order no. 8616617

  60. Rust, William: The Shin Sect of Buddhism in America: Its Antecedents, Beliefs, and Present Condition. Ph.D. University of Southern California, 1951.

  61. Seah, Ingram Samuel : Shan-Tao, His Life and Teachings. Ph. D. Princeton Theological Seminary, 1975. 420 pp. UMI's order no. 7523166

  62. Shacklock, Floyd : The Amida Sects of Japanese Buddhism. Ph. D. Hartford Seminary Foundation (Connecticut), 1937. 406 pp.

  63. Shibata, Georges Eishin : A Study and Translation of the Anrakushû. M.A. thesis. Kyoto, Ryukoku University, 1969.

  64. Shigefuji, Shinei Nobuhide : Nembutsu in Shinran and His Teachers. Ph. D. Evanston (Il.), Northwestern University, 1973. 183 pp. UMI's order no. 7330722

  65. Shih, Heng-Ching : The Ch'an - Pure Land Syncretism in China : With Special Reference to Yung-Ming Yen-Shou. Ph. D. University of Wisconsin-Madison, 1984. 404 pp. UMI's order no. 8422710

  66. Silk, Jonathan Alan : The Origins and Early History of "Mahâratnakûta" Tradition of Mahâyâna Buddhism, with a Study of the "Ratnarâshisûtra" and related Materials. Ph. D. University of Michigan, 1994; 767 pp. UMI's order no. 9513483

  67. Solomon, Ira Michael : Rennyo and the Rise of Honganji in Muromachi Period. Ph. D. Columbia University, 1972. 329 pp. UMI's order no. 7309043

  68. Staggs, Kathleen Marie : In Defense of Japanese Buddhism: Essays from the Meiji Period by Inoue Enryô and Murakami Senshô. Ph. D. Princeton University, 1979. 620 pp. UMI's order no. 8005281

  69. Stern, Robin, Scribnick : The Yuzu Nembutsu Engi and the Pictorialization of Popular Buddhism in Japanese Narrative Scrolls. Ph. D. The University of Chicago, 1984. UMI's order no. T-29120

  70. Stevenson, Daniel Bruce : The T'ien-Tai Four Forms of Samâdhi and Late North-South Dynasties, Sui, and Early T'ang Buddhist Devotionalism. Ph. D. Columbia University, 1987; 745 pp. UMI's order no. 8809435

  71. Tan, Bee Leng: The conception of 'nien-fo' in the Ching-t'u-shih-i-lun (Treatise on the Ten doubts concerning the pure land). MA. McMaster University, 1979.

  72. Tanaka, Kenneth Ken'ichi : The "Kuan Wu-liang-shou Ching I-shu" by Ching-Ying Hui-Yuan (523-592) and Its Contribution to Early Chinese Pure Land Buddhism. Ph. D. University of California, Berkeley, 1986. 419 pp. UMI's order no. 8624953

  73. Ten Grotenhuis-Flemings, Ruth Elizabeth : The Revival of the Taima Mandala in Medieval Japan. Ph. D. Harvard University, 1980.

  74. Tsai, Hsing-li : Ch'en Hung-shou's 'Elegant Gathering': A late Ming pictorial manifesto of Pure Land Buddhism. Ph.D. University of Kansas, 1997. 274 pp. UMI's order no. 9827494

  75. Tsang, Carol Richmond: The Development of Ikko-Ikki, 1500-1570. Ph.D. Harvard University, 1995; 301 pp. UMI's order no. 9609909

  76. Ury, Marian Bloom : "Genkô shakusho", Japan's first comprehensive History of Buddhism: a partial translation, with introduction and notes. Berkeley, Univ. of California, 1970. 500 pp. UMI's order no. 719945.

  77. Wetzler, Peter Michael : "Yoshishige no Yasutane": Lineage, Learning, Office, and Amida's Pure Land. Ph. D. University of California, Berkeley, 1977. 288 pp. UMI's order no. 7731584

  78. Wong, Dorothy C.: The Begininnings of the Buddhist Steles Tradition in China. Ph.D. Harvard University, 1995; 417 pp. UMI's order no. 9609180.

  79. Yamabe, Nobuyoshi : 'The Sutra on the Ocean-like Samadhi of Visualization of the Buddha' : The Interfusion of Chinese and Indian Culture in Central Asia as Reflected in a Fifth Century Apocryphal Sutra. Ph. D. Yale University, 1999; 648 pp. UMI's order nr. 9930977

  80. Yampolsky, Philip : The Essentials of Salvation: A Translation of the First Two Divisions of Ôjô yôshû by Genshin. M.A. Thesis. Columbia University, 1948. 138 pp.


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