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Database of Modern Chinese Buddhism
近代中國佛教檢索

A collaborative gathering of information related to Buddhism in China between 1850 and 1950 CE.
To begin, search for a keyword on the left, or browse the category portals below. To contribute, please read the policy statement and check out the Community Portal.

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Biography
Institution
Periodical
Articles on the lives and work of prominent figures associated with Buddhism in modern China Important institutions, including seminaries, temples, and organizations Summaries of periodical publications, important editors, contributors, etc.
 
Ideology
Geography Chronology
Major texts, schools, philosophies, controversies, and movements Articles on events and spaces in major cities, provinces, and regions Articles covering major events, as well as guides to era and reign names
 
Scholarship
Bibliography & Publication Primary Sources
Scholarly conferences, articles, associations and other resources Lists of scholarly and primary sources, as well as articles on publishers and publications Digitized articles and other written works
 
The DMCB is a collaborative project hosted by Dharma Drum Buddhist College and has been active since July 27, 2009. We're currently working on 409 articles on various topics. All data on the wiki is licensed under an Attribution-Share Alike 3.0 Unported Creative Commons license. Please read the Database of Modern Chinese Buddhism Policy Statement for important rules and guidelines.  
We also host collaborative articles for related research projects. While the content of these articles is also covered under the same CC license as the rest of the site, other publications or work coming out of these groups may be published under difference licenses.

 


Erik J. Hammerstrom 韓光 Gregory Adam Scott 史瑞戈 Marcus Bingenheimer 馬德偉 Simon Wiles 魏希明
Co-editor; Assistant Professor, Religion Department, Pacific Lutheran University Co-editor; Leverhulme Early Career Fellow, Department of Asian Studies, University of Edinburgh Department of Religion, Temple University Ph.D. Student, Stanford University
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