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Prof. Qi Zhou

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Internationales Kolleg für Geisteswissenschaftliche Forschung "Schicksal, Freiheit und Prognose. Bewältigungsstrategien in Ostasien und Europa"
The Institute of World Religious Studies, Chinese Academy of Social Sciences
Beijing, 100732, P. R. China




Chinese personal name: 周齊

Home Institution: Institute of World Religious Studies, Chinese Academy of Social Sciences (China)


IKGF Visiting Fellow Nov. 2009 - Oct. 2010

(Last change of profile by end of stay)

IKGF Research Project:

Divination in Buddhist Theory and Practice

Biographical Sketch

Current Positions

Professor, Institute of World Religious Studies, Chinese Academy of Social Sciences
Teacher (for Master Courses), Graduate School of Chinese Academy of Social Sciences
Deputy Secretary-General, Center of Buddhist Studies, Chinese Academy of Social Sciences
Vice-Director, Dept. of the Advanced Courses of Religious Studies, Institute of World Religions
Vice-Chief Editor of the Journal "ZongFeng (宗風)" by the Chinese Academy of Buddhist Culture, Hong Kong

Fellowships

Visiting Scholar, Harvard-Yenching, USA, 2002-2003
Visiting Professor, Erlangen University, Ger, 2004-2005
Visiting Scholar, IKGF, Erlangen University, Ger, 2009-2010

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Research at the consortium

Professor Zhou's research interest in the frame of the consortium is concentrating on the relation between Buddhism and Prognostication.

A select bibliography of books and papers related to the research consortium (2005-2009)

  • Buddhism in the Ming Dynasty and Political Culture 2005.8 & 2008.1, People's Publishing House, Beijing
  • The Measure of Religious Toleration--An Investigation of the Debate between Buddhists and Jesuits during the Late Ming and the Early Qing 2005 Harvard-Yenching Forum, Peking University Press
  • The Theory of "Using Buddhism Controlling Mind" and the Policy of "Three Mind Controlling Sutras" 2006, Peking University Press
  • Profound Rethinking and Argument between Buddhism and Confucian in the early of Qing 2006, <TianWen>, JiangSu People's Publish house, Nanjing
  • The Historical Role of Buddhism and Chinese Traditional Political Culture 2006, <the Society of America and China>, Boston, USA
  • The Social Role of Chan Buddhism and Cultural Identity in the Early of Qing 2007, Religious Culture Publishing House, Beijing
  • The Buddhist View of Death and Traditional Chinese Culture 2007, Buddhism-Online, Beijing
  • About the Buddhist Text : < Worship Rules > 2007, Journal of Chinese Buddhist College
  • A Survey on the Faith of Visvabhadra Bodhisattva and Stories of Visvabhadra's Devotee 2007, ZhongHua Book Company, Beijing
  • The Traditional Image of Chinese Buddhism and the Worth in Modern Society 2007-9-16, Wen Wei Po, Hang Kang
  • A Survey on the Buddhist Faith of Manchu and the Buddhist Policies in the Early of Qing 2008,<Philosophy and Religion>,Ancient book Publishing House, ShangHai
  • A Restricted View of the Cultural Adaptability, Fundamentality and Identity in the History of Chinese Buddhism 2008, <TianWen>, JiangSu People's Publish house, Nanjing
  • The View of Chan Buddhism on Freedom 2008, China Social Sciences Press, Beijing
  • Chinese Buddhism and Environments in the Modern Society 2008,<Juexing>, Religious Culture Publishing House, Beijing
  • A Critical Review on the Buddhist Economic Theory and the issue of Buddhist Economics in the History of China 2009,<ZongFeng>Spring, Religious Culture Publishing House
  • A Political-Cultural Interpretation on Buddhist Cultivation and Critique on the Chan Buddhism of Emperor Shizong in the Qing Dynasty 2009, <ZongFeng>summer, Religious Culture Publishing House
  • On The Concept of Chan Buddhism Escape, Escapers and the Historical Tend 2009, <TianWen>, JiangSu People's Publish house, Nanjing
  • The Reason and Significance of Advocating "Humanistic Buddhism" in the Mundane World 2009, <ZongFeng>summer, Religious Culture Publishing House
  • A Survey on the Timely and Suitable Theory of TianTai School 2009, <ZongFeng> summer, Religious Culture Publishing House
  • On Wang Chuan-Shan's Paradox of Refuting Buddhism and Accepted Buddhology 2009, YueLu Academy, ChangSha
  • Five Buns Manjusri Bodhisattva and Buddhism in the Liao Dynasty 2009, Buddhism in Liao and Wooden Tower in Yingxian, ShanXi

Artikel: Opening. "Prospect Review of Research on Prediction and Augury in Buddhism in China"

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