Call Number: UCF Main Library Reference -- BQ128.E62 2004
"In addition to containing entries on Buddhist scriptures, art, architecture, saints, demons, monastic orders, festivals, rites and ceremonies, this new two-volume set explores the history of Buddhism, the different forms it has taken in different parts of the world, and how Buddhism has blended with other religions like Shinto, Confucianism, Taoism and Christianity."
Call Number: UCF Main Library General Collection -- BQ4055.O94 2017
ch2ck availability of print version Part I: Regions: South Asian: Sri Lanka / India / Bhutan -- East Asian: China / Korea / Japan -- Central Asian: Tibet / Mongolia -- Southeast Asian: Vietnam / Thailand / Burma / Cambodia / Malaysia / Laos -- European-American: Latin America / United States / Europe -- Southern: Africa / Australia & the Oceania -- Global: Diasporic Buddhisms & Convert Communities / Buddhist International Organizations -- Part II: Modalities: Material Culture: Buddhist Relics & Pilgrimage / Contemporary Buddhist Architecture: From reliquary to theme park / Contemporary Buddhism & Iconography / Buddhism & Media Technologies -- Social Engagement: Contemporary Buddhism & Ecology / Buddhism, Business, & Economics / Contemporary Buddhism & Education / Buddhism, Nationalism, & Governance / Buddhism, Conflict, & Peacebuilding -- Practices: Contemporary Buddhist Chanting & Music / Buddhist Healing & Taming in Tibet / Contemporary Buddhism & Magic / Contemporary Tantric Buddhist Traditions / Contemporary Buddhism & Death / -- Identity: Gender / Race & Ethnicity / Sexual Orientation / Diversity -- Academics : Buddhism & Science as Ethical Discourse / The Contemporary Study of Buddhism
Call Number: UCF Main Library General Collection -- BL74.O94 2006
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Thinking Globally About Religion -- Indic Cultural Region: Thinking Globally about Hinduism --
Traditional Brahmanical Society -- Popular Hindu Movements -- The Sikh Community -- The Jain Community -- Hindu Communities Abroad -- Buddhist/Confucian Cultural Region: Thinking Globally about Buddhism -- Theravada Buddhist Societies -- Tibetan Buddhist Society -- Vietnamese Religious Society -- Traditional Chinese Religious Society -- Popular Religion in Mainland China -- Traditional Japanese Religious Society -- Japanese New Religious Movements -- Korean Religious Society -- Buddhist Communities Abroad -- Jewish Cultural Region: Thinking Globally about Judaism -- Jewish Communities in Israel -- Jewish Communities in North Africa & the Middle East -- Jewish Communities in Europe -- Jewish Communities in the Americas -- Jewish Communities in Asia -- Christian Cultural Region: Thinking Globally about Christianity -- Western European Catholic Societies -- Eastern European Catholic Societies -- European Protestant Societies -- Orthodox Christian Societies -- Religious Communities in Russia -- The Coptic Community -- Latin American Catholic Societies -- North American Religious Communities -- Evangelical Christian Community in North & South America -- African Christian Communities -- Christian Communities in South Asia -- Christian Communities in China -- Christian Communities in Southeast Asia -- Mormon Communities around the World -- Islamic Cultural Region: Thinking Globally about Islam -- Arab Islamic Societies -- North African Islamic Societies -- Sub-Saharan African Islam -- European Islam -- Shi'a Islamic Societies -- Islamic Communities in Central Asia -- Islamic Communities in South Asia -- Islamic Societies in Southeast Asia -- Chinese Islamic Communities -- American Islamic Communities -- Religious Movements with Islamic Origins -- African Cultural Region: Thinking Globally about African Religion -- Traditional African Religious Society -- Afro-Caribbean Religious Societies -- Local Religious Societies: Thinking Globally about Local Religious Societies -- Native American Religious Societies -- Australian Aboriginal Societies -- Pacific Islands Religious Communities -- Understanding Global Religion: Religion in Global Perspective -- Anti-Global Religion? -- The Global Future of Religion