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Religion and Religious Thought
Section led/convened by Lucia Dolce & Erica Baffelli
Early Modern Jesuit Roads to Salvation in Japan
Constitutional revision and the public role of religion
Gods in the Making: A Reconsideration of the Process of Deification in Medieval Japan and Beyond
Religion and Religious Thought: individual papers I
Discourses on the Body-Mind Complex (1): Sex, Gender, and the Body-Mind
Modest Materialities The Social Lives and Afterlives of Sacred Things
Religious Discourses on the Body-Mind Complex (2): The Further Reaches of Esoteric Buddhism
Christians in the Kansai, 1827-29
Shinto Culture in the Age of Globalization: Challenges to Conveying Concepts
Religion and Religious Thought: individual papers II
Religion and Religious Thought: individual papers III
Deconstructing the 'Essence' of New Religions: A New Approach for an Old Field of Study
Aspects of the Effect of Kami-Buddha Separation (Shinbutsu bunri) at Dewa Sanzan: Iconography, Liturgy and the Reconstruction of Popular Faith
Unpacking the local - ethnographic approaches to contemporary Japanese Buddhism.
The early modern system of regulations against Christians and its influence: a work-in-progress report on the Marega Collection in the Vatican Library.
Japanese Religion amid Early Modern Social Transitions
Defending the Dharma in Nineteenth-Century Japan
The Rise of Zen: Changes in the Medieval Buddhist Landscape
Moulding the past in 20th-century Japan. The influence of narrative and academic discourses on the study of Japan's history of religions.
A political history of spirituality in modern Japan: Honda Chikaatsu, Taniguchi Masaharu, and Hatoyama Yukio