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Buddhist Women Masters 
This collection documents the enlightening stories of remarkable women from a variety of cultural milieu, who mastered both the Buddhist teachings and their own lives with their unheralded contributions to world culture.

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Contemplative Studies in Dharma Traditions 
Approaching contemplative practices from various philosophical, pedagogical, and scientific perspectives, the contributions in this collection provide multiple pathways and methods for understanding, disseminating, and appreciating such practices.

Articles

  1. Book review

    Reviews of The Nay Science

    Edward P. Butler, John R. Lenz, Antonio Luis Costa Vargas, Doug McGetchin, Bruce M. Sullivan, Jeffery D. Long, Robert Yelle, David Cerequas, Na’aman Hirschfeld, Veena R. Howard and Purushottama Bilimoria

    Published on: 12 October 2016

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Aims and scope

This journal has been conceived as an interdisciplinary forum for evaluating the contemporary contributions of Indic religions and Dharma traditions within the context of a new and dynamic setting that acknowledges globalization and global flows of thought. The purpose is to create an intellectual space for the revitalization of discourses and conceptual categories specific to Dharma traditions, examining the re-emergence, reformulations, and engagement of these traditions within the Western cultural and theoretical context. In addition, the journal encourages the formation of a new literary and artistic space through the publication of poetry, works of fiction and art commentary.

International Journal of Dharma Studies
• investigates, presents, interprets, and envisions the shared and distinct categories of the life-worlds of the Indic Religions globally,
• in a multidisciplinary format with articles from religious studies, philosophy, ethics, cultural studies, musicology, film, contemporary issues, sociology, anthropology, and the arts,
• within a structure that maintains the rigor of conventional academic discourse, but adds methodological contextualization and investigative, epistemic, hermeneutical and evaluative perspectives from these religious and cultural traditions
• in conversation with the world’s religions and the concerns of our time.

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Partner affiliation

The publication costs for International Journal of Dharma Studies are covered by the Center for Dharma Studies at the Graduate Theological Union, Berkeley, USA, so authors do not need to pay an article-processing charge.