Journal of Daoist Studies
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Journal of Daoist Studies
Livia Kohn, James Miller, Robin Wang
Shawn Arthur, Friederike Assandri, Stephan-Peter Bumbacher, Suzanne Cahill, Joshua Capitanio, Alan K. L. Chan, Chang Yi-hsiang, Shin-yi Chao, Chen Xia, Kenneth Cohen, Donald Davis, Catherine Despeux, Jeffrey Dippman, Ute Engelhardt, Stephen Eskildsen, Elisabeth Friedrichs, Norman Girardot, Seth Harter, Jonathan Herman, Adeline Herrou, Dominique Hertzer, Shih-shan Susan Huang, Clarke Hudson, P. J. Ivanhoe, Jiang Sheng, Kang Xiaofei, Paul Katz, Sung-Hae Kim, J. Russell Kirkland Terry Kleeman, Louis Komjathy, Ronnie Littlejohn, Liu Xun, Liu Yi, Lü Xichen, Victor Mair, Mei Li, Mark Meulenbeld, Thomas Michael, Christine Mollier, Harrison Moretz, Mori Yuria, David Palmer, Fabrizio Pregadio, Michael Puett, James Robson, Harold Roth, Robert Santee, Elijah Siegler, Edward Slingerland, Richard Wang, Robin Wang, Michael Winn, Xu Liying, Yang Lizhi, Yao Ping, Robin Yates, Yen Hsüeh-cheng, Zhang Guangbao, Zhang Qin
JDS has three main parts: Academic Articles; Forum on Contemporary Practice; and News of the Field. Articles should be about 6-8,000 words; forum notes, about 800 words; and news items, brief and to the point. Chinese characters should be embedded in the text. For a model file with editorial guidelines, contact us by clicking here .
To submit an article, a note on contemporary practice, or a news item for publication in JDS, please send it as e-mail attachment to . Articles will be reviewed by two anonymous readers and accepted after approval.Deadline for submissions of articles is September 30.
JDS appears once a year, in February.
JDS 6 (2013)
For a full list of contents and abstracts of all volumes, please send request to <firstname.lastname@example.org>.
|Galia Dor, The Chinese Gate: A Unique Void for Inner Transformation||1|
|Mihwa Choi, Materializing Salvation: A Liturgical Program and Its Agenda||29|
|Elmar Oberfrank, Secretly Transmitted Direct Pointers to the Great Elixir||58|
|Daniel M. Murray & James Miller, The Daoist Society of Brazil and the Globalization of Orthodox Unity Daoism||93|
|Xu Liying, Daoist Temples in Modern City Life: The Singapore City God Temple||115|
|FORUM ON CONTEMPORARY PRACTICE|
|Sharon Small, New Visions of the Zhuangzi||145|
|Michael M. Tophoff, Daoist Principles in the Martial Arts: Their Relevance for Illness Prevention||161|
|Adam D. Frank, Enacting a Daoist Aesthetic through Taiji quan Training||176|
|Gerhard Milbrat & Knut Gollenbeck, Master Li Jiacheng and the New Ways of Internal Alchemy||193|
|Steve Jackowicz, Om Mani Padme Hum in Daoist Revision||203|
|Jeanne White, Flowing in Life with the Yijing||211|