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REL 190: Bibliographies on Buddhism and Women

Bibliography by Upali Sraman of Articles on Women and Buddhism

Buddhism and women Bibliography of Articles, Book Reviews, Book Chapters

 

Ambros, B. R. (2016). A Rite of Their Own: Japanese Buddhist Nuns and the “Anan kōshiki.” Japanese Journal of Religious Studies, 43(1), 207–250.

Analayo, B. (2010a). Chinese and Pāli Parallels On Women’s Inabilities. Journal of Buddhist Ethics. Retrieved from http://blogs.dickinson.edu/buddhistethics/2010/05/10/the-bahudhatuka-sutta-and-its-parallels-on-women%e2%80%99s-inabilities/

Analayo, B. (2010b). Early Buddhist Attitudes Towards Nuns. Journal of Buddhist Ethics. Retrieved from http://blogs.dickinson.edu/buddhistethics/2010/12/27/early-buddhist-attitudes-towards-nuns/

Analayo, B. (2011). Founding the Buddhist Order of Nuns. Journal of Buddhist Ethics. Retrieved from http://blogs.dickinson.edu/buddhistethics/2011/07/07/founding-the-buddhist-order-of-nuns/

Analayo, B. (2013a). The Legality of Bhikkhunī Ordination. Journal of Buddhist Ethics. Retrieved from http://blogs.dickinson.edu/buddhistethics/2013/09/22/the-legality-of-bhikkhuni-ordination/

Analayo, B. (2013b). The Revival of the Bhikkhunī Order and the Decline of the Sāsana. Journal of Buddhist Ethics. Retrieved from http://blogs.dickinson.edu/buddhistethics/2013/06/24/the-revival-of-the-bhikkhuni-order-and-the-decline-of-the-sasana/

Analayo, B. (2014). Karma and Female Birth. Journal of Buddhist Ethics. Retrieved from http://blogs.dickinson.edu/buddhistethics/2014/02/22/karma-and-female-birth/

Analayo, B. (2015a). The Buddha’s Past Life as a Princess. Journal of Buddhist Ethics. Retrieved from http://blogs.dickinson.edu/buddhistethics/2015/03/09/the-buddhas-past-life-as-a-princess/

Analayo, B. (2015b). The Cullavagga on Bhikkhunī Ordination. Journal of Buddhist Ethics. Retrieved from http://blogs.dickinson.edu/buddhistethics/2015/09/10/the-cullavagga-on-bhikkhuni-ordination/

Anālayo, B. (2016). The Going Forth of Mahāpajāpatī Gotamī. Journal of Buddhist Ethics. Retrieved from http://blogs.dickinson.edu/buddhistethics/2016/01/05/the-going-forth-of-mahapajapati-gotami/

Analayo, B., & Brahmāli, B. (2017). Canonical Exegesis in the Theravāda Vinaya. Journal of Buddhist Ethics. Retrieved from http://blogs.dickinson.edu/buddhistethics/2017/06/29/canonical-exegesis-in-the-theravada-vinaya/

Andaya, B. W. (2002). Localising the Universal: Women, Motherhood and the Appeal of Early Theravāda Buddhism. Journal of Southeast Asian Studies, 33(1), 1–30. https://doi.org/10.1017/S0022463402000012

Appleton, N. (2011). In the Footsteps of the Buddha? Women and the Bodhisatta Path in Theravāda Buddhism. Journal of Feminist Studies in Religion, 27(1), 33–51. https://doi.org/10.2979/jfemistudreli.27.1.33

Ashley, S. (2013). Narrating Identity and Belonging: Buddhist Authenticity and Contested Ethnic Marginalization in the Mountains of Northern Thailand. Sojourn: Journal of Social Issues in Southeast Asia, 28(1), 1–35.

Atsuko, U., & 薄井篤子. (2003). Women’s “Experience” in New Religious Movements: The Case of Shinnyoen. Japanese Journal of Religious Studies, 30(3/4), 207–216.

Bailey, C. (2009). Embracing the Icon: The Feminist Potential of the Trans Bodhisattva, Kuan Yin. Hypatia, 24(3), 178–196.

Bailey, H. W. (1950). The Tumshuq Karmavācanā. Bulletin of the School of Oriental and African Studies, University of London, 13(3), 649–670.

Barnes, N. J. (1994). Women in Buddhism. In A. Sharma (Ed.), Today’s Women in World Religions (pp. 137–169). Albany: State University of New York Press,.

Barnes, N. J. (2010). Review: Struggle for Liberation in the Therigatha. Journal of Buddhist Ethics. Retrieved from http://blogs.dickinson.edu/buddhistethics/2010/04/07/women-in-the-footsteps-of-the-buddha-struggle-for-liberation-in-the-therigatha/

Bartholomeusz, T. (1999). Mothers of Buddhas, Mothers of Nations: Kumaranatunga and Her Meteoric Rise to Power in Sri Lanka. Feminist Studies, 25(1), 211–225. https://doi.org/10.2307/3216684

Bartholomeusz, T. (2010). Review: Horrific Figurations of the Feminine. Journal of Buddhist Ethics. Retrieved from http://blogs.dickinson.edu/buddhistethics/2010/04/07/315/

Battaglia, L. J. (2015). Thailand’s Mae Chis and the Global Women’s Ordination Movement. Journal of Buddhist Ethics. Retrieved from http://blogs.dickinson.edu/buddhistethics/2015/02/11/thailands-mae-chis-and-the-global-womens-ordination-movement-2/

Bell, S. (1998). “Crazy Wisdom,” Charisma, and the Transmission of Buddhism in the United States. Nova Religio: The Journal of Alternative and Emergent Religions, 2(1), 55–75. https://doi.org/10.1525/nr.1998.2.1.55

Bivins, J. C. (2007). “Beautiful Women Dig Graves”: Richard Baker-roshi, Imported Buddhism, and the Transmission of Ethics at the San Francisco Zen Center. Religion and American Culture: A Journal of Interpretation, 17(1), 57–93. https://doi.org/10.1525/rac.2007.17.1.57

Blackstone, K. (2010a). Problems with Bhikkhunīs in the Pāli Vinaya. Journal of Buddhist Ethics. Retrieved from http://blogs.dickinson.edu/buddhistethics/2010/04/07/damming-the-dhamma-problems-with-bhikkhuniis-in-the-pali-vinaya-1/

Blackstone, K. (2010b). Review: Buddhist Nuns in Sri Lanka. Journal of Buddhist Ethics. Retrieved from http://blogs.dickinson.edu/buddhistethics/2010/04/07/294/

Borchert, T. (2008). Worry for the Dai Nation: Sipsongpannā, Chinese Modernity, and the Problems of Buddhist Modernism. The Journal of Asian Studies, 67(1), 107–142.

Boretti, V. (2004). The Quasi-Genderless Heresy: The Dhūtaists and Master Jizhao. Bulletin of the School of Oriental and African Studies, University of London, 67(3), 349–368.

Brown, D. (1974). Buddhism and Historical Thought in Japan before 1221. Philosophy East and West, 24(2), 215–225. https://doi.org/10.2307/1398025

Bühnemann, G. (1996). The Goddess Mahācīnakrama-Tārā (Ugra-Tārā) in Buddhist and Hindu Tantrism. Bulletin of the School of Oriental and African Studies, University of London, 59(3), 472–493.

Cadge, W. (2004a). Gendered Religious Organizations: The Case of Theravada Buddhism in America. Gender & Society, 18(6), 777–793. https://doi.org/10.1177/0891243204268324

Camp, B. (1974). Women in Thailand. Off Our Backs, 4(4), 6–6.

Carbonnel, L. (2009). On the Ambivalence of Female Monasticism in Theravāda Buddhism: A Contribution to the Study of the Monastic System in Myanmar. Asian Ethnology, 68(2), 265–282.

Carter, J. R. (1977). A History of “Early Buddhism.” Religious Studies, 13(3), 263–287.

Cassaniti, J. (2006). Richard G. Condon Prize: Toward a Cultural Psychology of Impermanence in Thailand. Ethos, 34(1), 58–88.

Chakma, K., & HILL, G. (2016a). For Sister or State?: Nationalism and the Indigenous and Bengali Women’s Movements in Bangladesh. In Dissident Friendships (pp. 91–116). University of Illinois Press. Retrieved from http://www.jstor.org/stable/10.5406/j.ctt1hd18pk.8

Chen, C. (2005). A Self of One’s Own: Taiwanese Immigrant Women and Religious Conversion. Gender & Society, 19(3), 336–357. https://doi.org/10.1177/0891243204273125

Chin, G. (1998). The Gender of Buddhist Truth: The Female Corpse in a Group of Japanese Paintings. Japanese Journal of Religious Studies, 25(3/4), 277–317.

Chung, I. Y. (2010). Rules for Bhikṣuṇīs and Bhikṣus. Journal of Buddhist Ethics. Retrieved from http://blogs.dickinson.edu/buddhistethics/2010/04/07/a-buddhist-view-of-women-a-comparative-study-of-the-rules-for-bhik-su-niis-and-bhik-sus-based-on-the-chinese-praatimok-sa/

Cohen, R. S. (1998). Nāga, Yakṣiṇī, Buddha: Local Deities and Local Buddhism at Ajanta. History of Religions, 37(4), 360–400.

Collett, A. (2006). Buddhism and Gender: Reframing and Refocusing the Debate. Journal of Feminist Studies in Religion, 22(2), 55–84.

Collett, A. (2009a). Historio-Critical Hermeneutics in the Study of Women in Early Indian Buddhism. Numen, 56(1), 91–117. https://doi.org/10.1163/156852708X373276

Collett, A. (2014). Bhikkhave and Bhikkhu as Gender-inclusive Terminology in Early Buddhist Texts. Journal of Buddhist Ethics. Retrieved from http://blogs.dickinson.edu/buddhistethics/2014/12/05/bhikkhave-and-bhikkhu-as-gender-inclusive-terminology-in-early-buddhist-texts/

Collins, S., & McDaniel, J. (2010). Buddhist “nuns” (mae chi) and the teaching of Pali in contemporary Thailand. Modern Asian Studies, 44(6), 1373–1408.

Cook, J. (2009). Hagiographic Narrative and Monastic Practice: Buddhist Morality and Mastery Amongst Thai Buddhist Nuns. The Journal of the Royal Anthropological Institute, 15(2), 349–364.

Costa, L. (2001). Genders and Sexualities in Modern Thailand. The Journal of Asian Studies, 60(1), 292–293. https://doi.org/10.2307/2659592

Dalton, J. P. (Ed.). (2011). Evil and Ignorance in Tantric Buddhism. In The Taming of the Demons (pp. 23–43). Yale University Press. Retrieved from http://www.jstor.org/stable/j.ctt5vkw2s.5

Dane, B. (2000). Thai Women: Meditation as a Way to Cope with AIDS. Journal of Religion and Health, 39(1), 5–21.

Davids, C. A. F. R. (1928). The Unknown Co-Founders of Buddhism: A Sequel. Journal of the Royal Asiatic Society of Great Britain and Ireland, (2), 271–286.

De L. Young, D. N. (1970). The Sangha in Buddhist History. Religious Studies, 6(3), 243–252.

Derrett, J. D. M. (2006). Monastic Masturbation in Pāli Buddhist Texts. Journal of the History of Sexuality, 15(1), 1–13.

Derris, K. (2008). When the Buddha Was a Woman: Reimagining Tradition in the Theravāda. Journal of Feminist Studies in Religion, 24(2), 29–44.

Dhammadinnā, B. (2015). Predictions of Women to Buddhahood in Middle-Period Literature. Journal of Buddhist Ethics. Retrieved from http://blogs.dickinson.edu/buddhistethics/2015/11/25/predictions-of-women-to-buddhahood-in-middle-period-literature/

Du, S. (2003). Is Buddha a Couple? Gender-Unitary Perspectives from the Lahu of Southwest China. Ethnology, 42(3), 253–271. https://doi.org/10.2307/3773803

Dugan, K. (2007). Buddhist Women and Interfaith Work in the United States. Buddhist-Christian Studies, 27, 31–50.

Dutton, G. (2013). Beyond Myth and Caricature: Situating Women in the History of Early Modern Vietnam. Journal of Vietnamese Studies, 8(2), 1–36. https://doi.org/10.1525/vs.2013.8.2.1

Evola, J. (1957). Spiritual Virility in Buddhism. East and West, 7(4), 319–327.

Findly, E. B. (1999). Women and the “Arahant” Issue in Early Pali Literature. Journal of Feminist Studies in Religion, 15(1), 57–76.

Goodwin, A. A. (2012). A Reexamination of Buddhist Teachings on Female Inferiority. Journal of Buddhist Ethics. Retrieved from http://blogs.dickinson.edu/buddhistethics/2012/04/29/a-reexamination-of-buddhist-teachings-on-female-inferiority/

Gray, M. M., Kittilson, M. C., & Sandholtz, W. (2006). Women and Globalization: A Study of 180 Countries, 1975-2000. International Organization, 60(2), 293–333.

Groner, P. (1987). Annen, Tankei, Henjō, and Monastic Discipline in the Tendai School: The Background of the “Futsū jubosatsukai kōshaku.” Japanese Journal of Religious Studies, 14(2/3), 129–159.

Gross, R. M. (1987). I Will Never Forget to Visualize That Vajrayoginī Is My Body and Mind. Journal of Feminist Studies in Religion, 3(1), 77–89.

Gross, R. M. (1991). “I Go for Refuge to the Saṅgha”: A Response to Rosemary Ruether’s Paper. Buddhist-Christian Studies, 11, 230–239. https://doi.org/10.2307/1390267

Gross, R. M. (2010). The Crisis of Authority: Buddhist History for Buddhist Practitioners. Buddhist-Christian Studies, 30, 59–72.

Gupta, P. S. (1969). Songs of Indian Buddhist Poetess. Indian Literature, 12(2), 33–39.

Ha, V. S. (2008). The Harmony of Family and the Silence of Women: Sexual Attitudes and Practices among Rural Married Women in Northern Viet Nam. Culture, Health & Sexuality, 10, S163–S176.

Habito, R. L. F. (1999). Bodily Reading of the Lotus Sutra: Understanding Nichiren’s Buddhism. Japanese Journal of Religious Studies, 26(3/4), 281–306.

Haederle, M. (2014, May 13). Women in Buddhism Study Initiative, University of Hamburg. Lion’s Roar. Retrieved from https://www.lionsroar.com/profile-women-in-buddhism-study-initiative-university-of-hamburg/

Hallisey, C., & Hansen, A. (1996). Narrative, Sub-Ethics, and the Moral Life: Some Evidence from Theravāda Buddhism. The Journal of Religious Ethics, 24(2), 305–327.

Halperin, M. (2006). Domesticity and the Dharma: Portraits of Buddhist Laywomen in Sung China. T’oung Pao, 92(1/3), 50–100.

Hammerstrom, E. (2012, November 26). Review: Korean Buddhist Nuns and Laywomen. Retrieved September 24, 2017, from http://blogs.dickinson.edu/buddhistethics/2012/11/26/review-korean-buddhist-nuns-and-laywomen/

Hammerstrom, E. J. (2013). The Heart-of-Mind Method: Legitimating a New Buddhist Movement in 1930s China. Nova Religio: The Journal of Alternative and Emergent Religions, 17(2), 5–23. https://doi.org/10.1525/nr.2013.17.2.5

Hansen, A. (2003). The Image of an Orphan: Cambodian Narrative Sites for Buddhist Ethical Reflection. The Journal of Asian Studies, 62(3), 811–834. https://doi.org/10.2307/3591861

Harris, M. L. (2012). Buddhist Meditation for the Recovery of the Womanist Self, or Sitting on the Mat Self-Love Realized. Buddhist-Christian Studies, 32, 67–72.

Hayami, Y. (1998). Motherhood Redefined: Women’s Choices on Family Rituals and Reproduction in the Peripheries of Thailand. Sojourn: Journal of Social Issues in Southeast Asia, 13(2), 242–262.

Hefner, R. W. (2010). Religious Resurgence in Contemporary Asia: Southeast Asian Perspectives on Capitalism, the State, and the New Piety. The Journal of Asian Studies, 69(4), 1031–1047.

Heirman, A. (2008). Indian Disciplinary Rules and Their Early Chinese Adepts: A Buddhist Reality. Journal of the American Oriental Society, 128(2), 257–272.

Heirman, A. (2011). Buddhist Nuns: Between Past and Present. Numen, 58(5/6), 603–631.

Hirakawa, A., Tsomo, K. L., & Miura, J. (1992). The History of Buddhist Nuns in Japan. Buddhist-Christian Studies, 12, 147–158. https://doi.org/10.2307/1389961

Ho, T. C. (2011). Representing Burma: Narrative Displacement and Gender. PMLA, 126(3), 662–671.

Huang, C.-Y. J., & Weller, R. P. (1998a). Merit And Mothering: Women and Social Welfare in Taiwanese Buddhism. The Journal of Asian Studies, 57(2), 379–396. https://doi.org/10.2307/2658829

Ichiu, M., & 森一雨. (2003). Nichiren’s View of Women. Japanese Journal of Religious Studies, 30(3/4), 279–290.

Ikeya, C. (2008). The Modern Burmese Woman and the Politics of Fashion in Colonial Burma. The Journal of Asian Studies, 67(4), 1277–1308.

Ingram, P. O. (1997). Reflections on Buddhist-Christian Dialogue and the Liberation of Women. Buddhist-Christian Studies, 17, 49–60. https://doi.org/10.2307/1390398

Introvigne, M. (2005). Keeping the Faith: Thai Buddhism at the Crossroads. Nova Religio: The Journal of Alternative and Emergent Religions, 9(2), 126–128. https://doi.org/10.1525/nr.2005.9.2.126

Jordaan, R. E. (1997). Tārā and Nyai Lara Kidul: Images of the Divine Feminine in Java. Asian Folklore Studies, 56(2), 285–312. https://doi.org/10.2307/1178728

Jordt, I. (1988). BHIKKHUNI, THILASHIN, MAE-CHII: WOMEN WHO RENOUNCE THE WORLD IN BURMA, THAILAND AND THE CLASSICAL PALI BUDDHIST TEXTS. Crossroads: An Interdisciplinary Journal of Southeast Asian Studies, 4(1), 31–39.

Josephson, J. Ā. (2006). When Buddhism Became a “Religion”: Religion and Superstition in the Writings of Inoue Enryō. Japanese Journal of Religious Studies, 33(1), 143–168.

Kabilsingh, D. B. Chatsumarn. (2010). Institutional Authority: A Buddhist Perspective. Buddhist-Christian Studies, 30, 147–157.

Keefe, A. A. (1997). Visions of Interconnectedness in Engaged Buddhism and Feminist Theology. Buddhist-Christian Studies, 17, 61–76. https://doi.org/10.2307/1390399

Keller, C. (1993). More on Feminism, Self-Sacrifice, and Time; Or, Too Many Words for Emptiness. Buddhist-Christian Studies, 13, 211–219. https://doi.org/10.2307/1389890

Keyes, C. F. (1977). Millennialism, Theravada Buddhism, and Thai Society. The Journal of Asian Studies, 36(2), 283–302. https://doi.org/10.2307/2053724

Keyes, C. F. (1984). Mother or Mistress but Never a Monk: Buddhist Notions of Female Gender in Rural Thailand. American Ethnologist, 11(2), 223–241.

Kim, H. (2009). Feminist Philosophy in Korea: Subjectivity of Korean Women. Signs, 34(2), 247–251. https://doi.org/10.1086/590977

Kim, H. (2009). The Adventures of a Japanese Monk in Colonial Korea: Sōma Shōei’s Zen Training with Korean Masters. Japanese Journal of Religious Studies, 36(1), 125–165.

King, R. (1995). Is “Buddha-Nature” Buddhist? Doctrinal Tensions in the Śrīmālā Sūtra: An Early Tathāgatagarbha Text. Numen, 42(1), 1–20.

King, U. (1987). World Religions, Women and Education. Comparative Education, 23(1), 35–49.

Kirsch, A. T. (1977). Complexity in the Thai Religious System: An Interpretation. The Journal of Asian Studies, 36(2), 241–266. https://doi.org/10.2307/2053722

Kirsch, A. T. (1985). Text and Context: Buddhist Sex Roles/Culture of Gender Revisited. American Ethnologist, 12(2), 302–320.

Kitiarsa, P. (2010). Missionary Intent and Monastic Networks: Thai Buddhism as a Transnational Religion. Sojourn: Journal of Social Issues in Southeast Asia, 25(1), 109–132.

Klein, L. (2013). Indic Echoes: Form, Content, and World Literature in Tang Dynasty Regulated Verse. Chinese Literature: Essays, Articles, Reviews (CLEAR), 35, 59–96.

Klunklin, A., & Greenwood, J. (n.d.). Buddhism, The Status of Women and The Spread of HIV/AIDS in Thailand: Health Care for Women International: Vol 26, No 1. Retrieved September 24, 2017, from http://www.tandfonline.com/doi/abs/10.1080/07399330590885777

Lang, K. C. (1982). Images of Women in Early Buddhism and Christian Gnosticism. Buddhist-Christian Studies, 2, 94–105. https://doi.org/10.2307/1390077

Lang, K. C. (2010). Review: Gender, Religion, & Cultural Identity in the Nepal Himalaya. Journal of Buddhist Ethics. Retrieved from http://blogs.dickinson.edu/buddhistethics/2010/04/07/321/

Langenberg, A. (2014). Review: Power, Wealth and Women in Indian Mahāyāna Buddhism. Journal of Buddhist Ethics. Retrieved from http://blogs.dickinson.edu/buddhistethics/2014/02/13/review-power-wealth-and-women-in-indian-mahayana-buddhism/

Langenberg, A. P. (2014). Female Monastic Healing and Midwifery. Journal of Buddhist Ethics. Retrieved from http://blogs.dickinson.edu/buddhistethics/2014/02/22/female-monastic-healing-and-midwifery/

Lerdmaleewong, M. (2010). Abortion in Thailand. Journal of Buddhist Ethics. Retrieved from http://blogs.dickinson.edu/buddhistethics/2010/04/08/abortion-in-thailand-a-feminist-perspective/

Leshkowich, A. M. (2006). Woman, Buddhist, Entrepreneur: Gender, Moral Values, and Class Anxiety in Late Socialist Vietnam. Journal of Vietnamese Studies, 1(1–2), 277–313. https://doi.org/10.1525/vs.2006.1.1-2.277

Lieberman,  Leanne. (1999). I Want to be a Princess: Japanese Women in the Workplace. Off Our Backs, 29(11), 13–13.

Lo, Y. K. (2005). Recovering a Buddhist Voice on Daughters-In-Law: The Yuyenü Jing. History of Religions, 44(4), 318–350. https://doi.org/10.1086/497803

Love, T. T. (1965). Theravāda Buddhism: Ethical Theory and Practice. Journal of Bible and Religion, 33(4), 303–313.

Lto, T. (2007). Dhammamātā: Buddhadāsa Bhikkhu’s Notion of Motherhood in Buddhist Women Practitioners. Journal of Southeast Asian Studies, 38(3), 409–432.

Lu, H. (2002). Women’s Ascetic Practices during the Song. Asia Major, 15(1), 73–108.

Madsen, S. T. (1994). Globalisation, Demystification and Schism in Tibetan Buddhism. Economic and Political Weekly, 29(30), 1926–1928.

Malalasekera, G. P. (1964). The Status of the Individual in Theravāda Buddhism. Philosophy East and West, 14(2), 145–156. https://doi.org/10.2307/1396982

Martini, G. (2012). Vinaya Narrative and the Promulgation of the Rule on Celibacy: the Tibetan Version. Journal of Buddhist Ethics. Retrieved from http://blogs.dickinson.edu/buddhistethics/2012/06/08/vinaya-narration-and-the-promulgation-of-the-rule-on-celibacy-the-tibetan-translation/

Masako, K. (2011). A Hybrid Form of Spirituality and the Challenge of a Dualistic Gender Role: The Spiritual Quest of a Woman Priest in Tendai Buddhism. Japanese Journal of Religious Studies, 38(2), 369–385.

McClintock, S. L. (2011). Compassionate Trickster: The Buddha as a Literary Character in the Narratives of Early Indian Buddhism. Journal of the American Academy of Religion, 79(1), 90–112.

McDaniel, J. (1987). Self-Affirmation and Ego Transcendence: The Encounter of Christianity with Feminism and Buddhism. Buddhist-Christian Studies, 7, 215–232. https://doi.org/10.2307/1390244

McDaniel, J. (2010, April 26). Review: Portraits of Buddhist Women. Retrieved September 24, 2017, from http://blogs.dickinson.edu/buddhistethics/2010/04/26/review-of-the-monk-and-the-philosopher/

Meeks, L. R. (2006). Reconfiguring Ritual Authenticity: The Ordination Traditions of Aristocratic Women in Premodern Japan. Japanese Journal of Religious Studies, 33(1), 51–74.

Miller, J., & Carbone-Lopez, K. (2013). Gendered Carceral Regimes in Sri Lanka: Colonial Laws, Postcolonial Practices, and the Social Control of Sex Workers. Signs, 39(1), 79–103. https://doi.org/10.1086/670770

Mills, M. A. (2000). Vajra Brother, Vajra Sister: Renunciation, Individualism and the Household in Tibetan Buddhist Monasticism. The Journal of the Royal Anthropological Institute, 6(1), 17–34.

Moerman, D. M. (2009). Demonology and Eroticism: Islands of Women in the Japanese Buddhist Imagination. Japanese Journal of Religious Studies, 36(2), 351–380.

Moothoo-Padayachie, N., Verity, C. (Leela), Nadar, S., Indlovu, L. A., Mvambo-Dandala, N., Scott, A., … Bell, D. (2004). Women Reclaiming Their Spiritual Spaces. Agenda: Empowering Women for Gender Equity, (61), 42–52.

Morrell, R. E. (1980). Mirror for Women. Mujū Ichien’s Tsuma Kagami. Monumenta Nipponica, 35(1), 45–50. https://doi.org/10.2307/2384399

Moto-Sanchez, M. M. (2016). Jizō, Healing Rituals, and Women in Japan. Japanese Journal of Religious Studies, 43(2), 307–331.

Muecke, M. (2004). Female Sexuality in Thai Discourses about Maechii (แม่ขี “Lay Nuns”). Culture, Health & Sexuality, 6(3), 221–238.

Muecke, M. A. (1984). Trust, Abuse of Trust, and Mistrust Among Cambodian Refugee Women: A Cultural Interpretation. In E. V. Daniel & J. C. Knudsen (Eds.), Mistrusting Refugees (pp. 102–125). University of California Press.

Nakamura, K. (1983). Women and Religion in Japan: Introductory Remarks. Japanese Journal of Religious Studies, 10(2/3), 115–121.

Nash, M. (1963). Burmese Buddhism in Everyday Life. American Anthropologist, 65(2), 285–295.

Nathan, D., Kelkar, G., & Xiaogang, Y. (1998). Women as Witches and Keepers of Demons: Cross-Cultural Analysis of Struggles to Change Gender Relations. Economic and Political Weekly, 33(44), WS58-WS69.

Nijhawan, S. (2012). At the Margins of Empire: Feminist-Nationalist Configurations of Burmese Society in the Hindi Public (1917—1920). The Journal of Asian Studies, 71(4), 1013–1033.

Nilsen, M. (2011). The Spirit of a Heroine: Ya Mo—Spirit Reverence, Patriotism and Thai Buddhism. Modern Asian Studies, 45(6), 1599–1625.

Noriko, K. (1994). [Review of Review of Buddhism after Patriarchy: A Feminist History, Analysis, and Reconstruction of Buddhism, by R. M. Gross]. Japanese Journal of Religious Studies, 21(4), 445–449.

Noriko, K., & 川橋範子. (2003a). Feminist Buddhism as Praxis: Women in Traditional Buddhism. Japanese Journal of Religious Studies, 30(3/4), 291–313.

Noriko, K., & 川橋範子. (2003b). Feminist Buddhism as Praxis: Women in Traditional Buddhism. Japanese Journal of Religious Studies, 30(3/4), 291–313.

Ohnuma, R. (2006). Debt to the Mother: A Neglected Aspect of the Founding of the Buddhist Nuns’ Order. Journal of the American Academy of Religion, 74(4), 861–901.

Ohnuma, R. (2007). Mother-Love and Mother-Grief: South Asian Buddhist Variations on a Theme. Journal of Feminist Studies in Religion, 23(1), 95–116.

Orenstein, C. (2002). A Taste of Tibet: The Nuns of Khachoe Ghakyil Ling Nunnery and the Tháâtre du Soleil. Asian Theatre Journal, 19(1), 212–230.

Pandey, R. (2004). Medieval Experience, Modern Visions: Women in Buddhism. Monumenta Nipponica, 59(2), 223–244.

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