Publications and Presentations
Professor John Makeham
Makeham, J. (梅約翰), “Fazang dui Dasheng qixin lun de jiedu: yaoding ji qi fanxiang法藏對《大乘起信論》的解讀---要點及其反響 (Fazang’s Interpretation of the Dasheng qixin lun: Key Points and Reverberations), DongYa Foxue pinglun 東亞佛學評論, forthcoming.
Makeham, J. (梅約翰), “Xiong Shili de tiyong bu’er bentilun: Tiantai shijiao jiedu de changshi” 熊十力的體用不二本體論---天台視角解讀的嘗試 (Xiong Shili’s Ontology of the Non-duality of Ti and Yong: An Experimental Reading from the Perspective of Tiantai Buddhism), Zhongguo zhexueshi 中國哲學史, forthcoming.
Makeham, J., entry on "Xiong Shili" for The Encyclopedia of Philosophy of Religion, 4 vols., edited by Stewart Goetz and Charles Taliaferro, Wiley Blackwell, in press.
Makeham, J., “A Critical Overview of Some Contemporary Chinese Perspectives on the Composition and Date of Lunyu”, The Analects Revisited: New Perspectives on the Dating of a Classic, eds. Michael Hunter and Martin Kern. (Leiden: Brill), 2018, pp. 17-38.
Makeham, J. （梅約翰）, “E de qiyuan wenti: Xiong Shili yu Zhu Xi de bijiao” 惡的起源問題:熊十力與朱熹的比較 (Comparing Xiong Shili and Zhu Xi on the Question of the Origin of Badness), Renwen xueheng 人文學衡 1(2018), in press (Zhejiang University).
Makeham, J., review of Huei-ming Lee, Confucianism: Its Roots and Global Significance, in Journal of Chinese Studies, No. 67, July 2018, pp. 287-300.
Makeham, J. (ed.), The Buddhist Roots of Zhu Xi's Philosophical Thought. (New York: Oxford University Press, 2018), xiii+ 368 pp.
Makeham, J., “Introduction”, in The Buddhist Roots of Zhu Xi’s Philosophical Thought, ed. Makeham J. pp. 1-35. (New York: Oxford University Press, 2018), pp. 1-35.
Makeham, J., “Monism and the Problem of Ignorance and Badness in Chinese Buddhism and Zhu Xi’s Neo-Confucianism” in in The Buddhist Roots of Zhu Xi’s Philosophical Thought, ed. Makeham J. (New York: Oxford University Press, 2018), pp. 277-344.
Makeham, J., “Chinese Philosophy's Hybrid Identity” in Why Traditional Chinese Philosophy Still Matters: The Relevance of Ancient Wisdom for the Global Age, ed. Gu Ming Dong, (New York: Routledge, 2018), pp. 147-166
Makeham, J., et al. An Annotated Translation of the Treatise on the Awakening of Mahāyāna Faith (New York: Oxford University Press), submitted and is forthcoming 2018.
Makeham, J., “Monism and the Problem of the Ignorance and Badness in Chinese Buddhism and Zhu Xi’s Neo-Confucianism”, in John Makeham (ed.), The Buddhist Roots of Zhu Xi’s Philosophical Thought.
Makeham, J., “A Critical Overview of Some Contemporary Chinese Perspectives on the Composition and Date of Lunyu”, in Martin Kern et al. (eds.), The Analects: A Western Han Text, (Leiden: Brill, in press.)
Makeham, J., “Chinese Philosophy’s Hybrid Identity” in ed. Ming Dong Gu, Why Traditional Chinese Philosophy Still Matters: The Relevance of Ancient Wisdom to the Global Age (Routledge, 2018 in press).
Makeham, J. Review of Confucianism in Contemporary Chinese Politics: An Actionable Account of Authoritarian Political Culture, by Shanruo Ning Zhang. Lanham, MD: Lexington Books, 2015, in The China Journal 78(July 2017), 163-165.
Makeham, J., Jorgensen, J., Strange, M., Lusthaus D., trans. and eds., Treatise on Giving Rise to Faith in the Great Vehicle (New York: Oxford University Press, 2019), in press.
Makeham, J., “Xiong Shili on the Nature, the Mind and the Origin of Badness as Evidenced in Ming Xin Pian 明心篇 (Explaining the Mind)”, Frontiers of Philosophy in China 13(1), (2018): 4-22.
Makeham, J., Podcast 2018 “Chinese Philosophy” https://soundcloud.com/search?q=chinese%20philosophy
Makeham, J., Series Editor, Brill monograph series, Modern Chinese Philosophy, four titles in 2018:
- Zehou Li, The Origins of Chinese Thought: From Shamanism to Ritual Regulations and Humaneness, 6 Sep 2018, 978-90-04-37962-6
- Catherin Lynch, Liang Shuming and the Populist Alternative in China, 1 May 2018, 978-90-04-36328-1
- Guying Chen, The Humanist Spirit of Daoism, 12 Feb 2018, 978-90-04-36198-0
- Qiyong Guo, Studies on Contemporary Chinese Philosophy (1949–2009), 29 Jan 2018, 978-90-04-36049-5
"Chinese Philosophy and Universal Values in Contemporary China", College de France, May 2019
"Xiong Shili’s Ontology of the Non-duality of Ti and Yong: An Experimental Reading from the Perspective of Tiantai Buddhism" 熊十力的體用不二本體論---天台視角解讀的嘗試, Philosophy Institute, Chinese Academy of Social Sciences, Beijing, July 2018
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Dr Ruth Gamble
Gamble, R., Forthcoming (2019/20). “Peat on the Plateau: Why Tibetan Mud is so Special.” The Third Pole and Global Ecosystems (with Sam Grover). Verso.
Gamble, R., Forthcoming (2019). Rangjung Dorje. Series: Lives of the Masters. Series Editor: Kurtis R. Schaeffer. Boulder: Shambhala Publications.
Gamble, R., 2018. Reincarnation in Tibetan Buddhism: the Third Karmapa and the Invention of a Tradition. New York: Oxford University Press.
Gamble, R., 2018 Introduction to the Tibetan Language: An ETextbook. Co-Authors: Tenzin Ringpapontsang, Chung Tsering, and Grazia Scotellaro. Canberra: ANU EPress.
Gamble, R., The View from Nowhere: the Songs of Rangjung Dorje. Ithaca: Snow Lion Publications, forthcoming, In Press (2019).
Gamble, R., Thesis 11 (Special Issue #149, “Watersheds”, co-editor with Trevor Hogan, Katie Holmes and Kerry Nixon), forthcoming (2019).
Gamble, R., “How Dams Climbed Mountains: India and China’s Military and Hydro-Power in the Upper Brahmaputra River Basin.” Thesis 11, Special Issue 149, “Watersheds”, forthcoming (2019).
Gamble, R., Under Review. “‘Part Human-Part Bitch’: Milarepa’s Reflections on Women’s Liberation.” Tibet Journal, (2019).
Gamble, R., “The Karmapas.” In Brill Encyclopaedia of Buddhism. Leiden: Brill, in press (2018).
Gamble, R., “Contemporary Buddhist Peace Movements”. In Wiley-Blackwell Companion to Religion and Peace. Ed., Francesca Po. (Co-author, Julie Blythe.) Hoboken, New Jersey: Wiley-Blackwell, in press (2019).
Gamble, R., “Snakes and Garuḍas: gendered healing sites on the banks of the upper Brahmaputra River”. In Devi Three: Goddesses and the Environment. Ed., Marika Vicziany. Melbourne: Monash University Press, forthcoming (2019).
Gamble, R., “China and India’s Border Dispute is a Slow-Moving Environmental Disaster”. The Conversation, June 2018.
Gamble, R., “The Third through Ninth Karmapas”. Treasury of Lives. http://www.treasuryoflives.org/, forthcoming.
Gamble, R., “Review of Julia Cassaniti, Living Buddhism: mind, self, and emotion in a Thai community,” Journal of Integral Buddhism, in press, September, 2018.
Gamble, R., “Introduction to The Account of the Noble Deeds of Puṇyabala.” 84 000, Translating the Words of the Buddha. http://84000.co/ in press (2019).
Gamble, R., Online translations, 2018, “The Account of the Noble Deeds of Puṇyabala.” Co-Authors, Tenzin Ringpapontsang, John Powers and Harmony DenRonden. 84 000, Translating the Words of the Buddha.http://84000.co/
Gamble, R., Under Review. “‘The Bus Never Comes for Us’: Language, attitudes and identity in a Tibetic community of Nepal” (with Gerald Roche and Lauren Gawne). Journal of Social Linguistics.
Gamble, R., Under Review. Ladakhi waterscapes and the trilateral border and water dispute between India, China and Pakistan (with Alex Davis).
Gamble, R., Under Review. “Imperial Inheritance: India and China’s Great Water Game in the Himalaya.” SEMINAR (Special Issue, Waters and Borders).
Gamble, R., 2018.05.28. “China and India’s Border Dispute is a Slow-Moving Environmental Disaster.” The Conversation.
Gamble, R., 2018.08.13 “Concerns about project oversight rise as Asia rushes to bring on new hydro-electric power.” Radio National Breakfast.
Gamble, R., 2018.09.21. “Reincarnation in Tibetan Buddhism.” New Books Network.
Gamble, R., 2018.10.22. “Thawing Tensions in the Himalaya” (with Alex Davis, Lauren Gawne, Gerald Roche). The Interpreter, Lowy Institute. Gamble, R. , 2018.10.31 “India unveils the world’s tallest statue, celebrating development at the cost of the environment” (with Alex Davis). The Conversation.
Gamble, R., Chung Tsering, Tenzin Ringpapontsang and Grazia Scotellaro. (Forthcoming). Introduction to the Tibetan Language: An Audio-Visual ETextbook. Co-Authors, Canberra: Australian National University EPress.
December 2018. An Invitation from the Guardians of the Earth: the relationship between reincarnation, sacred geography and nature on the Tibetan Plateau. Numata Lectureship, University of Toronto and McMaster University.
October 2018.Reincarnation Lineages in Tibetan Buddhism: Did they ever work?Sydney University, Australian Association of Buddhist Studies Seminar Series.
August 2018. The Head of All Rivers: The Relationship between Tibetan Cosmology and Hydrology, Sydney University.
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Dr John Jorgensen
Jorgensen, J., The Foresight of Dark Knowing: Chŏng Kam Nok and Insurrectionary Prognostication in Pre-Modern Korea. Korea Classics Library: Philosophy and Religion. Honolulu: University of Hawai’i Press, 2018. ISBN 9780824875381
Jorgensen, J., “Taejonggyo,” in Lukas Pokorny and Franz Winter, eds, Handbook of East Asian New Religious Movements, Leiden and Boston: Brill, 2018, pp. 279-300.
Jorgensen, J., “Taesungjillihoe,” in Lukas Pokorny and Franz Winter, eds, Handbook of East Asian New Religious Movements, Leiden and Boston: Brill, 2018, pp. 360-381.
Jorgensen, J., “The Radiant Mind: Zhu Xi and the Chan Doctrine of Tathāgatagarbha,” in John Makeham, ed., The Buddhist Roots of Zhu Xi’s Philosophical Thought, (New York: Oxford University Press, 2018).
Jorgensen, J., Dan Lusthaus, John Makeham, and Mark Strange, trans. and eds., The Treatise on Giving Rise to Faith in the Great Vehicle (New York: Oxford University Press, 2019), in press.
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Dr Paul Rule
Rule, P., “Just War or Just Peace?”, in Norman Habel ed., Remembering pioneer Australian pacifist Charles Strong, Reservoir Vic.: Morning Star Publications, 2018, pp.83-88.
Rule, P., Review of David Strong, A Call to Mission: a History of the Jesuits in China 1852-1954, 2 vols.,Adelaide: AFT Press 2018 in Archivum Historicum Societatis Jesu, LXXXVII, fasc.173, 2018-1, 155-162.
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Dr Peter Wong Yih Jun
Wong, P., Co-editor of Considering Religions, Rights and Bioethics: Memorial Volume for Max Charlesworth, with Sherah Bloor, Patrick Hutchings, and Purushottama Bilimoria, Dordrecht: Springer, forthcoming 2019.
Wong, P., Guest editor of thematic issue on “Reflecting from Indigenous Traditions: Ritual and Ceremony”, IJAPS (International Journal of Asia Pacific Studies), forthcoming 2019.
Yihong Yu (PhD Candidate)
Yu, Y., 300,000 word translation of selections from West China Missionary News (Vols. 4-27) [Huaxi Jiaohui Xinwen xuanyi华西教会新闻选译 (4-27册)], from English to Chinese, Chongqing Municipal Regional History Research Association 重庆市地方史研究会, forthcoming 2019.