Friday, April 04, 2014

International Journal of Dharma Studies - Vol 1, No 5 [Open Access]

The fifth issue of the International Journal of Dharma Studies is out and available to download.


Editors in Chief

  • Rita D. Sherma, University of Southern California
  • Purushottama Bilimoria, Berkeley University / University of Melbourne
International Journal of Dharma Studies aims to (i) investigate, present, interpret, and envision the shared and distinct categories of the life-worlds of the Indic Religions, globally, in a (ii) multidisciplinary format with articles from Religious Studies, Philosophy, Ethics, Cultural Studies, Musicology, Film, Contemporary Issues, Sociology, Anthropology, and the Arts, within (iii) 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 (iv) in conversation with the world’s religions and the concerns of our time.
Springer Open Access Journal

Research

Historical consciousness and traditional Buddhist narratives Gross, RM. International Journal of Dharma Studies 2013, 1:5 (27 January 2014)

Research

Buddhist Universities in the United States of America Storch, T. International Journal of Dharma Studies 2013, 1:4 (12 December 2013)

Research

Theories of knowledge and the experience of being: Jainism’s ontology of kinship Vallely, A. International Journal of Dharma Studies 2013, 1:3 (14 November 2013)

Research

The Dharma Paradigm and Ethos Some Insights from Jainism and Vedānta Long, JD. International Journal of Dharma Studies 2013, 1:2 (14 November 2013)

Research

Sri Aurobindo, India, and ideological discourse Banerji, D. International Journal of Dharma Studies 2013, 1:1 (14 November 2013)

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