Cahiers d'Extrême-Asie 25 (2016)

Vies taoïstes, communautés et lieux / Daoist Lives, Community and Place

Marianne BUJARD, Vincent GOOSSAERT, Pierre MARSONE, LAI Chi Tim, Xun LIU , John LAGERWEY, Patrice FAVA, Paul R. KATZ, Kenneth DEAN, David A. PALMER, Elijah SIEGLER, YU Xin

Collection : Cahiers d'Extrême-Asie

Collection's number: 25

Editor: Verellen (Franciscus), Vincent GOOSSAERT

Edition: EFEO

Publication date: 2017

Status : Available


ISBN-13 : 9782855391779

ISSN : 0766-1177

Width : 16 cm

Height : 24 cm

Weight : 0.55 kg

Number of pages : 312

Distributor : EFEO Diffusion, EFEO Kyoto

Geography : China

Language : French, English

Place : Kyoto

Support : Papier

Description :

16 x 24 cm, 312 p.
Notes, bibliographies, illustrations, Abstracts in French and English

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Table of contents

Vincent GOOSSAERT & Franciscus VERELLEN
To Our Readers
Lineages and Religious Orders
The Four Lives of Zhang Yuchu 張宇初 (1361–1410), 43rd Heavenly Master
La carrière du patriarche Yin Zhiping 尹志平 et ses mystères
LAI Chi Tim 黎志添
Revisiting the Jingming Origin of the Taiyi jinhua zongzhi: Pan Jingguan and His Spirit-Writing Community in Changzhou during the Early Qing
LIU Xun 劉迅
An Intoning Immortal at the West Lake: Chen Wenshu and His Daoist Pursuits in Late Qing Jiangnan
The Ming Dynasty Double Orthodoxy: Daoxue and Daojiao
Centre and Periphery
Marianne BUJARD
Le Miaoyuan guan 妙緣觀, temple des Affinités merveilleuses, une fondation taoïste des Ming à Pékin
Patrice FAVA
Le clan taoïste des Kang 康 de Shima sandu 石馬三都
Paul R. KATZ
Religious Life in Western Hunan during the Modern Era: Some Preliminary Observations
Kenneth DEAN
Conditions of Mastery: The Syncretic Religious Field of Singapore and the Rise of Hokkien Daoist Master Tan Kok Hian 陳國顯
David A. PALMER & Elijah SIEGLER
“Healing Tao USA” and the History of Western Spiritual Individualism
YU Xin 余欣
Étude sur la physiognomonie du cheval sous les dynasties des Han et des Tang (IIIe siècle av. è. c. - Xe siècle) à partir de documents archéologiques
Contributors to This Volume

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Cahiers d'Extrême-Asie

Bilingual Journal of the École française d'Extrême-Orient.

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About the editor

Verellen (Franciscus)

An historian of medieval China, Franciscus Verellen is a former director of the Ecole française d'Extrême-Orient (2004-2014), where he also holds the chair in History of Daoism and currently serves as head of the EFEO Hong Kong Center. 

Verellen has published widely in the fields of regional cultural history and Daoism, including The Taoist canon: A historical companion to the Daozang, 3 volumes, edited with Kristofer Schipper, The University of Chicago Press, 2004 (Association of American Publishers 2005 Award for Excellence in Professional and Scholarly Publishing, American Academy of Religion 2007 Award for Excellence in the Study of Religion).

After doctoral studies at Oxford and Paris, Franciscus Verellen taught at Columbia University, New York, and the Ecole Pratique des Hautes Etudes, Paris. He held visiting appointments at Princeton University and the University of California at Berkeley. Verellen is an adjunct professor of Religious and Cultural Studies at the Chinese University of Hong Kong.

An alumnus Alexander von Humboldt Fellow at the Universities of Munich, Oxford, and Heidelberg and fellow-in-residence at the Netherlands Institute for Advanced Study in Wassenaar, Franciscus Verellen was Stewart Lecturer in the Humanities at Princeton University in 2005, member and Edwin C. and Elisabeth A. Whitehead Fellow in the School of Historical Studies, Institute for Advanced Study, Princeton, in 2009-2010. He was a Distinguished Adjunct Researcher at Renmin University, Beijing, in 2010-2012. 

Since 2014, Franciscus Verellen is a Senior Research Fellow at the Institute of Chinese Studies, Chinese University of Hong Kong, and an Honorary Research Fellow in the Jao Tsung-I Petite Ecole of the University of Hong Kong.

Franciscus Verellen was elected a member of the Academy of Inscriptions and Belles-Lettres, Institut de France, in 2008. He is a knight of the French Legion of Honour, an officer of the order Palmes Académiques, and an officer of the Royal Order of Cambodia.


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