The Journal of Global Buddhism is an open access, peer reviewed scholarly journal studying the globalization of Buddhism, both historical and contemporary, and its transnational and transcontinental interrelatedness.
Founded in 2000, the journal publishes annually, with occasional special issues.
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‘I smiled at the guards standing at my cell,’ he writes. ‘Being thrown in the Hole was worth the pleasure of seeing them still alive.’
the evidence found in early printed liturgical booklets that promote Buddha-vandanā points to a different kind of modernization. This article reveals how Buddhist activists in the late nineteenth and early twentieth centuries made use of the capabilities presented in the colonial context, including print technology, to promote this devotional ritual practice as a principal marker of a newly constructed Buddhist identity.