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Bibliographie de Jacqueline I. Stone

http://www.princeton.edu/~jstone/lotus-sutra-tendai-nichiren.html

 

Jacqueline I. Stone est professeur de religions japonaises au Département des Religions de l’Université de Princeton.

Après des études à l’université de Los Angeles dans la section « Langues et culture de l’Asie de Est » Jacqueline Stone se spécialise dans l’étude du bouddhisme et passe en 1990 son doctorat intitulé “Some Disputed Texts in the Nichiren Corpus: Textual, Hermeneutical and Historical Problems.”

Tout en assurant un enseignement à l’Université de Princeton elle partage son temps entre la recherche et les publications. Son intérêt va principalement au bouddhisme du Japon pré-moderne, les relations entre la doctrine, la pratique et le contexte social. Elle a publié un grand nombre d’ouvrages consacrés aux Ecoles du Lotus, particulièrement Tendai et Nichiren, à la notion de mort et après-vie dans le bouddhisme japonais, ainsi qu’aux notions de « Japon » et de « nation » dans les structures religieuses pré-modernes et modernes avec la perpétuation de leurs de traditions.

Ses travaux actuels portent sur le bouddhisme et identité nationale au Japon prémoderne et moderne et l'histoire de la tradition bouddhiste Nichiren.

Elle est l'auteur de Original Enlightenment and the Transformation of Medieval Japanese Buddhism (Honolulu: University of Hawai‘i Press, 1999) qui a reçu le Prix de l'Académie Américaine des Religion pour l'excellence dans l'étude des religions (recherches historiques).

Sur notre site :

Le pratiquant du Sutra du Lotus rencontrera des épreuves - Le rôle de la souffrance dans la pensée de Nichiren (2013)

La mort bouddhiste - Pratiques, discours, représentations, par Bryan J. Cuevas et Jacqueline I. Stone (Introduction) (2010)

La mort bouddhiste - Chapitre IV - Le secret de l’art de mourir

L’instant de la mort dans la pensée de Nichiren (2003)

Controverse au sujet du Shuzenji-ketsu - Daimoku en dehors du contexte nichirennien. Dans "Re-Visioning 'Kamakura' Buddhism", (1999)

Remontrances aux ennemis du Lotus - L’exclusivisme de Nichiren dans une perspective historique (1994)

Anglais


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The ideal of Rissho ankoku in the Nichiren Buddhist Movements of post-war Japan. In The "Earthly" Pure Land and Contemporary Society: The Proceedings of the Third Chung-Hwa International Conference on Buddhism, edited by Sandra Wawrytko. Greenwood Press, forthcoming.

° Giving One’s Life for the Lotus Sutra in Nichiren’s Thought, forthcoming.

° The Sin of Slandering the True Dharma in Nichiren's Thought. In Articles on the Lotus Sutra Tendai and Nichiren. Numen Book Series, ed Phyllis Granoff and Koichi Shinohara, Brill, 2012

° Realizing This World as the Buddha Land in Readings of the Lotus Sutra, edited by Stephen F. Teiser and Jacqueline I. Stone.  Columbia Readings of Buddhist Literature. New York: Columbia University Press, 2009.

° Giving One's Life for the Lotus Sutra in Nichiren's Thought (2007) In Hokke bunka kenkyu, 33 2007

° Dying Breath: Deathbed Rites and Death Pollution in Early Medieval Japan,” in Heroes and Saints: The Moment of Death in Cross-cultural Perspectives, ed. Phyllis Granoff and Koichi Shinohara. Newcastle: Cambridge Scholars Publishing, 2007.

° Do kami ever overlook pollution? Honji suijaku and the Problem of Death Defilement, Cahiers d’Extrême-Asie 16 (2006-2007)

° Not Mere Written Words: Perspectives on the Language of the Lotus Sutra in Medieval Japan. In "Discourse and Ideology in Medieval Japanese Buddhism", ed. Richard K. Payne and Taigen Dan Leighton, London: Routledge, 2006.

° Just Open Your Mouth and Say ‘A’: A-Syllable Practice for the Time of Death in Early Medieval Japan. In Pacific World, Fall 2006 (Festschrift honoring James H. Sanford).

° Buddhism. In Nanzan Guide to Japanese Religions, ed. Paul L. Swanson and Clark Chilson, Honolulu: University of Hawai’i Press, 2006.

° Death. In Critical Terms for the Study of Buddhism, ed. Donald S. Lopez, Jr., Chicago: Chicago University Press, 2005.

° Finding Enlightenment in the Final Age (translated excerpts from Nichiren’s Kanjin honzon sho), in Buddhist Scriptures, ed. Donald. S.Lopez, Jr., New York: Penguin Books, 2004.

° By the Power of One's Last Nenbutsu: Deathbed Practices in Early Medieval Japan. In Approaching the Land of Bliss: Religious Praxis in the Cult of Amitabha, ed. Richard K. Payne and Kenneth K. Tanaka, Honolulu: University of Hawaii Press, 2003.

° By Imperial Edict and Shogunal Decree: Politics and the Issue of the Ordination Platform in Modern Lay Nichiren Buddhism. In "Buddhism in the Modern World: Adaptations of an Ancient Tradition", ed. Steven Heine and Charles S. Prebish, New York: Oxford University Press, 2003.

° Nichiren’s Activist Heirs: Soka Gakkai, Rissho Koseikai, Nipponzan Myohoji.” In "Action Dharma: New Studies in Engaged Buddhism", ed. Christopher Queen, Charles Prebish, and Damien Keown, New York: Routledge Curzon, 2003.

° The Moment of Death in Nichiren's Thought. In Hokke Bukkyo bunkashi ronso, ed. Watanabe Hoyo Sensei koki kinen ronbunshu kankokai, Kyoto: Heirakuji shoten, 2003.

° When Disobedience is Filial and Resistance is Loyal: The Lotus Sutra and Social Obligations in the Medieval Nichiren Tradition. In "A Buddhist Kaleidoscope: Essays on the Lotus Sutra", ed. Gene Reeves, Tokyo: Kosei, 2002.

° Lotus Sutra millenialism in Japan: From militant nationalism to postwar peace movements. In "Millenialism, Persecution and Violence: Historical Cases",edited by Catherine Wessinger, Syracuse, New York: Syracuse University Press, 2000.

° Priest Nisshin's ordeals. In Religions of Japan in Practice, edited by George J. Tanabe, Jr., Princeton: Princeton University Press, 1999.

° Nichiren and his successors. Part 3 in Original Enlightenment and the Transformation of Medieval Japanese Buddhism, Honolulu: University of Hawaii Press, 1999.

° Inclusive and Exclusive Perspectives on the One Vehicle. In Dharma World 26 (Sept./Oct. 1999).

° Biographical Studies of Nichiren. In Japanese Journal of Religious Studies 26 :3-4 (Fall 1999).

° Placing Nichiren in the 'Big Picture'-Some Ongoing Issues in Scholarship. In Japanese Journal of Religious Studies 26:3-4 (Fall 1999).

° Original Enlightenment and the Transformation of Medieval Japanese Buddhism. Kuroda Institute Studies in East Asian Buddhism 12. Honolulu: University of Hawai'i Press, 1999.

° The Contemplation of Suchness. (translations from Shinnyokan) In Religions of Japan in Practice, George J. Tanabe, Jr., ed., Princeton: Princeton University Press, 1999.

° Priest Nisshin’s Ordeals. (translations from Nisshin Shōnin tokugyo ki). In Religions of Japan in Practice, George J. Tanabe, Jr., ed., Princeton: Princeton University Press, 1999.

° Chanting the August Title of the Lotus Sutra: Daimoku Practices in Classical and Medieval Japan. In "Re-Visioning Kamakura Buddhism", ed. Richard K. Payne, Kuroda Institute, Studies in East Asian Buddhism 11, Honolulu: University of Hawai'i Press, 1998.

° Medieval Tendai Hongaku Thought and the New Kamakura Buddhism: A Reconsideration. In Japanese Journal of Religious Studies 22:1-2 (Spring 1995).

° Original enlightenment thought in the Nichiren tradition. In Buddhismin Practice, edited by Donald S. Lopez, Jr., Princeton: Princeton University Press, 1995.

° Finding Enlightenment in the Final Age (translations from Kanjin honzon shō, 1994)

° Rebuking the enemies of the Lotus: Nichirenist exclusivism in historical perspective. In Japanese Journal of Religious Studies 21:2-3 (1994).

° A Vast and Grave Task: Interwar Buddhist Studies as an Expression of Japan’s Envisioned Global Role, in Culture and Identity: Japanese Intellectuals during the Interwar Years, ed. J. Thomas Rimer. Princeton: Princeton University Press, 1991.

° Some disputed writings in the Nichiren corpus: Textual, hermeneutical and historical problems. Ph.D. dissertation. University of California at Los Angeles, 1990.

° How Nichiren saw Chisho Daishi Enchin. In Chisho Daishi kenkyu, edited by Chisho Daishi Kenkyù Henshu Iinaki, Tendai Jimonshu, 1989.

 

Comme co-auteur

Avec

Teiser Stephen F. Readings of the Lotus Sutra. Columbia Readings of Buddhist Literature. New York: Columbia University Press, 2009.

Walter Mariko Namba. Death and the Afterlife in Japanese Buddhism. Honolulu: University of Hawai’i Press, 2008.

Cuevas Bryan J. The Secret Art of Dying: Esoteric Deathbed Practices in Heian Japan. The Buddhist Dead: Practices, Discourses, Representations. Kuroda Institute Studies in East Asian Buddhism 20. Honolulu: University of Hawai’i Press, 2007. Introduction

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