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Chinese religiosities

International Conference on Religion, Modernity, and the State in China and Taiwan (2005 University of California, Santa Barbara)

Chinese religiosities

afflictions of modernity and state formation

by International Conference on Religion, Modernity, and the State in China and Taiwan (2005 University of California, Santa Barbara)

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Published by University of California Press in Berkeley .
Written in English

    Subjects:
  • Religion and state -- China -- History -- 20th century -- Congresses,
  • China -- Religion -- 20th century -- Congresses,
  • China -- Civilization -- 20th century -- Congresses

  • Edition Notes

    Includes bibliographical references (p. ) and index.

    Statementedited by Mayfair Mei-hui Yang.
    GenreCongresses.
    SeriesGlobal, area, and international archive
    ContributionsYang, Mayfair Mei-hui.
    Classifications
    LC ClassificationsBL1803 .I58 2008
    The Physical Object
    Paginationp. cm.
    ID Numbers
    Open LibraryOL16900505M
    ISBN 109780520098640
    LC Control Number2008024032

    Yang, Mayfair Mei-hui, ed. Chinese Religiosities: A ffl ictions of Modernity and State Formation. Berkeley: University of California Press, 14 K. CHEUNG ET AL. Mayfair Yang is a 50% faculty member in Department of Religious Studies and 50% in Department of East Asian Languages & Cultural Studies. She is a cultural anthropologist interested in the intertwined processes of religiosity, secularization, and state operations in modernity, post-colonial, and .

    Chinese Religiosities: Afflictions of Modernity and State Formation (Berkeley et al.: University of California Press, c), ed. by Mayfair Mei-hui Yang (Javascript-dependent page images at UC Press) Filed under: China -- Religion -- 21st century. Find helpful customer reviews and review ratings for Chinese Religiosities: Afflictions of Modernity and State Formation (Global, Area, and International Archive) at Read honest and unbiased product reviews from our users.

    Yang, M. (). Goddess across the Taiwan straits: Matrifocal ritual space, nation-state, and satellite television footprints. In M. Yang (Ed.), Chinese religiosities: Afflictions of modernity and state formation. Berkeley: University of California Press. Google Scholar. Short list, Humanities, International Convention of Asia Scholars Book Prize (biannual) for Superstitious Regimes. Comparative Perspectives on Chinese Culture and Society Conference Grant, , and Planning Meeting Grant, Chinese Religiosities: Afflictions of Modernity and State Formation (Berkeley: University of California Press.


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Chinese religiosities by International Conference on Religion, Modernity, and the State in China and Taiwan (2005 University of California, Santa Barbara) Download PDF EPUB FB2

Chinese Religiosities explores the often vexed relationship between the modern Chinese state and religious practice. The essays in this comprehensive, multidisciplinary collection cover a wide range of traditions, including Buddhism, Daoism, Islam, Confucianism, Protestantism, Falungong, popular religion, and redemptive societies.5/5(1).

Chinese Religiosities explores the often vexed relationship between the modern Chinese state and religious practice. The essays in this comprehensive, multidisciplinary collection cover a wid The long twentieth century in China and Taiwan has seen both a dramatic process of state-driven secularization and modernization and a vigorous revival of /5(7).

About the Book. The long twentieth century in China and Taiwan has seen both a dramatic process of state-driven secularization and modernization and a vigorous revival of contemporary religious life.

Chinese Religiosities explores the often vexed relationship between the modern Chinese state and religious practice. The essays in this. Chinese Religiosities explores the often vexed relationship between the modern Chinese state and religious practice. The essays in this comprehensive, multidisciplinary collection cover a wide range of traditions, including Buddhism, Daoism, Islam, Confucianism, Protestantism, Falungong, popular religion, and redemptive by: Chinese Religiosities Book Description: The long twentieth century in China and Taiwan has seen both a dramatic process of state-driven secularization and modernization and a vigorous revival of contemporary religious life.

Chinese Religiosities is a collective work edited by Mayfair Yang, aimed at analysing the impact of modernity on religious life and the secularising process in China.

It contains essays by experts in various disciplines who have sought to present their contributions within the book's overall concern with relations between the modern Chinese State and the country's religious practices. Chinese religiosities: afflictions of modernity and state formation / edited by Mayfair Mei-hui Yang.

(Global, area, and international archive) this book’s approach to modernity, the various socio-historical changes implied by “modernization” are acknowledged, such as urbanization. "Chinese Religiosities" explores the often vexed relationship between the modern Chinese state and religious practice.

The essays in this comprehensive, multidisciplinary collection cover a wide range of traditions, including Buddhism, Daoism, Islam, Confucianism, Protestantism, Falungong, popular religion, and redemptive societies.

In book: Chinese Religiosities: The Vicissitudes of Modernity and State Formation, Publisher: University of California Press, Editors: Mayfair Yang, pp Cite this publication David.

The book inspired Alena Ledeneva, a professor of University College London to invoke this book in her study of blat, a similar practice in Soviet and post-Soviet Russia.

She also edited Chinese Religiosities: Afflictions of Modernity and State Formation () and Spaces of Their Own: Women's Public Sphere in Transnational China (). Chinese religiosities: afflictions of modernity and state formation / edited by Mayfair Mei-hui Yang. (Global, area, and international archive) Includes bibliographical references (p.) and index.

isbn: (pbk.: alk. paper) 1. China—Religion—20th century. By locating these practices in a wider intercultural setting, through the use of numerous examples drawn from Christian traditions and African religiosities, the book is a valid contribution, from an interdisciplinary and comparative perspective, that sheds new light on a complex, though fascinating, topic.” (Alessandro Dell’Orto, Urbaniana.

The book is divided into three chapters each some pp in length and highlighting a particular aspect of religion in modern China. These chapters serve as both general introductions to the respective fields and presentations of the author’s own research: temple destruction campaigns, new forms of religious publishing, and religious lives.

The long twentieth century in China and Taiwan has seen both a dramatic process of state-driven secularization and modernization and a vigorous revival of contemporary religious life.

Chinese Religiosities explores the often vexed relationship between the modern Chinese state and religious practice. The essays in this comprehensive, multidisciplinary collection cover a wide range of traditions.

Chinese religiosities: afflictions of modernity and state formation, edited by Mayfair May-hui Yang, University of California Press,pp. More Info Nedostup, R. "Book Review: Changing Church and State Relations in Hong Kong, ". The book inspired Alena Ledeneva, a professor of University College London to invoke this book in her study of blat, a similar practice in Soviet and post-Soviet Russia.

[11] She also edited Chinese Religiosities: Afflictions of Modernity and State Formation () [12] and Spaces of Their Own: Women's Public Sphere in Transnational China (). The long twentieth century in China and Taiwan has seen both a dramatic process of state-driven secularization and modernization and a vigorous revival of contemporary religious life.

Chinese Religiosities explores the often vexed relationship between the modern Chinese state and Price: $ Chinese Religiosities explores the often vexed relationship between the modern Chinese state and religious practice.

The essays in this comprehensive, multidisciplinary collection cover a wide range of traditions, including Buddhism, Daoism, Islam, Confucianism, Protestantism, Falungong, popular religion, and redemptive societies. ISBN: OCLC Number: Notes: "Most of the essays in this volume were first presented at the International Conference on Religion, Modernity, and the State in China and Taiwan, held at the University of California, Santa Barbara, October"--Page vii.

1 Chinese Religiosities is a collective work edited by Mayfair Yang, aimed at analysing the impact of modernity on religious life and the secularising process in China. It contains essays by experts in various disciplines who have sought to present their contributions within the book's overall concern with relations between the modern Chinese.

Kuo, Ya-pei, “Redeploying Confucius: The Imperial State Dreams of the Nation, –,” in Yang, Mayfair, Ed., Chinese Religiosities: Afflictions of Modernity and State Formation (Berkeley and Los Angeles, CA: University of California Press, ), pp.

65–Chinese Religiosities explores the often vexed relationship between the modern Chinese state and religious practice.

The essays in this comprehensive, multidisciplinary collection cover a wide range of traditions, including Buddhism, Daoism, Islam, Confucianism, Protestantism, Falungong, popular religion, and redemptive societies"--Provided by.This book, written by a leading scholar of the history of this Chinese popular religion, is the first to offer a full explanation of what Falun Gong is and where it came from, placing the group in the broader context of the modern history of Chinese religion as well as the particular context of post-Mao China.