Journals

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The Journal of Global Buddhism has been established to promote the study of Buddhism's globalization and its transcontinental interrelatedness. This aim shall be achieved through the publication of research articles, discussions, critical notes, bulletins, and reviews; additionally, the journal will function as an independent research tool itself, emphasizing surveys, the creation of databases, empirical investigations, and through the presentation of ongoing research projects.

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The Journal of Buddhist Ethics is the first academic journal dedicated entirely to Buddhist ethics. We promote the study of Buddhist ethics through the publication of research and book reviews and by hosting occasional online conferences.

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Contemporary Buddhism publishes articles on the current state of Buddhism from across the human sciences. The journal presents work from philosophers, theologians, historians, psychologists, anthropologists, sociologists and political scientists. Contemporary Buddhism examines the historical, doctrinal and political developments that have formed contemporary versions of Buddhism.

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An extensive collection of Buddhist research articles in leading journals, at the website of National Taiwan University.

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Buddhist Studies Review is now published by Equinox on behalf of the UK Association for Buddhist Studies. The Association was founded in 1996 and two years later took over publication of Buddhist Studies Review, which had been run since 1983 by Russell Webb and Sara Boin-Webb.

See the archive of back issues: http://ukabs.org.uk/buddhist-studies-review-vols-1-22/

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The Buddhist Forum was first published by the School of Oriental and African Studies, University of London (issues numbered 1 through 5), and by the Institute of Buddhist Studies, Tring, UK (number 6). The series made public research initially presented as part the series of seminars hosted by SOAS between 1987 and 1997, also known as the Buddhist Forum.