Staff members with discipline Asian Studies
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theory and history of anthropology; anthropology of religion; indigenous religions; in relation to the aforementioned areas mainly the following topics: values, cosmology, ritual, food, death, cultural and religious change, Indian tribal (Adivasi) cultures, anthropology of India
Three research areas:
1) Textual Studies (mostly reception history of Buddhist texts in Republican China)
2) Buddhism and Chinese Society (including themes like women and gender issues; education; media and technology; religious, ethnic and cultural diversity; politics; cross-strait relations)
3) Concepts and Methods for the Study of Chinese Religions