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Vol 8, No 4 (2014)

Special Issue: Everyday Religion, Sustainable Environments, and New Directions in Himalayan Studies

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Table of Contents


Editor's Introduction: Religion and Nature in Asia and the Himalayas PDF
Bron Taylor 387-388
Guest Editors’ Introduction: Everday Religion, Sustainable Environments, and New Directions in Himalayan Studies PDF
Georgina Drew , Ashok Gurung 389-404


Waste and Worldviews: Garbage and Pollution Challenges in Bhutan PDF
Elizabeth Allison 405-428
Everyday Buddhism and Environmental Decisions in the World’s Highest Ecosystem PDF
Jeremy Spoon 429-459
The Earth as a Treasure in Tibetan Buddhism: Visionary Revelation and its Interactions with the Environment PDF
Antonio Terrone 460-482
Sentience of the Earth: Eco-Buddhist Mandalizing of Dwelling Place in Amdo, Tibet PDF
Dan Smyer Yü 483-501

Review Essay

Review Essay: Cinema and the Emergence of the Environmental Humanities PDF
Joni Adamson 502-506

Book Reviews

Dan Smyer Yü and Pema Tashi (dirs.), Embrace (Hangzhou, China: Dongyang Mirage CineMedia Production, 2011) PDF
Françoise Robin 507-510
Leslie E. Sponsel, Spiritual Ecology: A Quiet Revolution (Santa Barbara, CA: Praeger, 2012), xxii + 285 pp., $48.00 (cloth), ISBN: 978-0-313 36409-9. PDF
Donald A. Crosby 511-513
David L. Haberman, People Trees: Worship of Trees in Northern India (New York: Oxford University Press, 2013), 265 pp., $35.00 (pbk), ISBN: 978-0-19-992916-0. PDF
George A. James 514-516

From the Editors: Annual Profile of Reviewers

Volume 8 Peer Reviewers PDF
Joseph D. Witt 517-518

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