Cahiers d'Extrême-Asie 28 (2019)

Pokchang, Image Consecration in Korean Buddhism / Pokchang, Consécration des images dans le bouddhisme coréen

Élisabeth CHABANOL, Alain ARRAULT, James ROBSON, Seunghye LEE, Youn-mi KIM, JEONG Eunwoo, SONG Il-gie, Richard D. MCBRIDE II, KANG Heejung, LEE Yongyun, LEE Seonyong, KIM Soyeon, Maya STILLER

Collection : Cahiers d'Extrême-Asie

Collection's number: 28

Editor: ROBSON (James), LEE (Seunghye), KIM (Youn-mi)

Edition: EFEO

Publication date: 2020

Status : Disponible

40,00

ISBN-13 : 9782855391809

ISSN : 0766-1177

Width : 16 cm

Height : 24 cm

Weight : 0.66 kg

Number of pages : 370

Distributor : EFEO Diffusion, EFEO Kyoto

Geography : Corée, Asie orientale

Language : Français, Anglais

Place : Kyoto

Support : Papier

Description :

16 x 24 cm, 370 p.

llustrations, Abstracts in French and English

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Table of contents

Alain Arrault & Élisabeth Chabanol
À nos lecteurs / To Our Readers

Introduction

James ROBSON, Seunghye LEE & Youn-mi KIM
The Korean Pokchang Tradition and the Placing of Objects in Buddhist Statues

Contributions

JEONG Eunwoo
The Formation of the Buddhist Pokchang Tradition during the Koryŏ Period and Its Significance

Seunghye LEE
Rethinking Pokchang as Pratiṣṭhā: The Invention of a Ritual of Image Consecration in Korean Buddhism

SONG Il-gie
Recent Discoveries and Significance of Texts from inside Buddhist Statues in Korea

Youn-mi KIM
Surrogate Body inside the Sacred Body: Used Clothing in Korean Buddhist Statues

Richard D. McBRIDE II
Korean Sūtras on the Production of Buddhist Images: The Chosang kyŏng 造像經 and Image Rituals in the Chosŏn Period

KANG Heejung
Making Buddhist Statues Alive: Pokchang as the Buddha-Mother and Maṇḍala in Late Chosŏn Period Korea

LEE Yongyun
Changes in the Installation of Pokchang and Throat-Bell Containers in Buddhist Paintings of the Late Chosŏn Period

LEE Seonyong
The Pokchang Ritual for Buddhist Paintings

KIM Soyeon
Annotated Bibliography of Pokchang Studies
 
Varia
 
Maya STILLER
Slaves, Village Headmen, and Aristocrats: Patronage and Functions of Buddhist Sculpture Burials in Late Koryŏ and Early Chosŏn Korea

Élisabeth CHABANOL
Kaesong, 1630 : une stèle méritoire en l’honneur du secrétaire général O Tan
 
Comptes rendus / Book reviews

Sun-ah CHOI
Chŏng Ŭn-u (Jeong Eunwoo) 鄭恩雨 & Sin Ŭn-je (Shin Eunjae) 申銀齊, Koryŏ ŭi sŏngmul, pulbokchang 고려의 성물, 불복장 [Sacred Objects of the Koryŏ Kingdom, or the Abdominal Cache of the Buddha]

Éléonore CARO
Yu Xin 余欣, Savoir traditionnel et pratiques magiques sur la route de la Soie

Auteurs du présent volume / Contributors to This Volume

About the collection

Cahiers d'Extrême-Asie

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

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About the editor

ROBSON (James)

James Robson

is an Associate Professor in the Department of East Asian Languages and Civilizations at Harvard University. He specializes in the history of Medieval Chinese Buddhism and Daoism. He is the author of Power of Place: The Religious Landscape of the Southern Sacred Peak [Nanyue in Medieval China (Harvard University Press, 2009). He has mostly been engaged in a long-term collaborative research project with Alain Arrault of the Ecole française d'Extrême-Orient studying the local religious history of Hunan province, including a large body of small wooden statues and their contents.

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