• John Lagerwey, China: A Religious State

    John Lagerwey, China: A Religious State, Hong Kong, University of Hong Kong Press, 2010, 238 pp. China: A Religious State is the published version of a…

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  • Richard Madsen, Democracy’s Dharma: Religious Renaissance and Political Development in Taiwan

    Richard Madsen, Democracy’s Dharma: Religious Renaissance and Political Development in Taiwan. Berkeley: University of California Press, 207, 192 pp. Democracy’s Dharma is a study of…

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  • China’s Religious Danwei

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  • Elise Anne DeVido, Benoît Vermander (éd.), Creeds, Rites and Videotapes : Narrating Religious Experience in East Asia

    In the introduction to this volume collecting contributions to a colloquium held at Fu Jen university (Taipei) in 2001, the editors propose the study of…

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  • Adeline Herrou, La Vie entre soi. Les moines taoïstes aujourd’hui en Chine

    La Vie entre soi (“Life Amongst Oneselves”) is an anthropological study of the dominant institution of contemporary Chinese Taoism, the Quanzhen order, which is distinguished…

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  • Erika E. S. Evasdottir, Obedient Autonomy. Chinese Intellectuals and the Achievement of Orderly Life

    The central importance of the strategic management of interpersonal relations, known as guanxi, is is well known to all students of Chinese society, and has…

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  • Vincent Goossaert, Dans les temples de la Chine. Histoire des cultes, Vie des communautés

    It is in temples that one encounters Chinese religion as it is lived by the people—a religion that often seems far from the mystical verses…

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  • The Doctrine of Li Hongzhi
    Falun Gong: Between sectarianism and universal salvation

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