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IS BUDDAH A COUPLE? GENDER-UNITARY PERSPECTIVES FROM THE LAHU OF SOUTHWEST CHINA
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Online version of print publication ETHNOLOGY v.42 #3 (2003) : 253-271.
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Gender-Unitary Perspectives from the Lahu of Southwest China (1) Is Buddha a Couple. Gender-Unitary Perspectives from the Lahu of Southwest China (1) By Du, Shanshan.
Read preview. Article excerpt. This article explores the dynamic processes by which the Lahu people negotiate Buddhist gender ideologies according to their cosmology of gender.
egalitarian-based gender unity of the Lahu people of southwest China and its intrinsic contradiction to the gender ideologies of Han Chinese Buddhism. The next three sections discuss the Lahu images of Buddha as a pair of indigenous supreme gods, a non-Lahu missionary who founded Lahu Buddhism, and three charismatic Lahu monks in history.
Title: Is Buddha a Couple. Gender-Unitary Perspectives from the Lahu of Southwest China Created Date: Z. IS BUDDHA A COUPLE. GENDER-UNITARY PERSPECTIVES FROM THE LAHU OF SOUTHWEST CHINA: Localización: Ethnology: An international journal of cultural and social anthropology, ISSNVol. 42, Nº 3,pág.
; Idioma: inglés. Cosmic and social exchanges: blessings among the Lahu of Southwest China and the feast-of-merit com-plex in Highland Southeast Asia.
In: Kammerer, C.A., Author: Shanshan Du. E-book; Fiksi; Hari: Desember 2, IS BUDDHA A COUPLE. GENDER-UNITARY PERSPECTIVES FROM THEr LAHU OF SOUTHWEST CHINA.
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68, No. 1 (), p. Shanshan Du. Is Buddha a Couple. Gender-Unitary Perspectives from the Lahu of Southwest China // Ethnology, Vol. 42, No. 3 (Summer, ), p. Her ethnographic research focuses on gender, ethnicity and cultural change among the Lahu people in Southwest China and Northern Thailand.
She is the author of ‘Chopsticks Only Work in Pairs’: Gender Unity and Gender Equality among the Lahu of Southwest China (Columbia University Press, ). Mailing address: Tolmas Dr. Metairie, LA. The Muga Lahu in Yunnan practise a bilateral and non-lineal kinship system based on the gender equality principle, and communal life is also based on equal couples' kinship networking, bound to.
Du, Shanshan. Is Buddha a Couple. Gender-Unitary Perspectives from the Lahu of Southwest China. Ethnology 42(3): – Fang Guoyu 方國瑜.
Dianxi Bianqu Kaochaji 滇西邊區考察記 [A record of a survey trip to the border areas of western Yunnan]. Kunming: Yunnan Renmin Chubanshe. Gender-Unitary Perspectives from the Lahu of Southwest China. Shanshan Du.
Ethnology, Vol. 42, No. 3 (Summer, ), pp. The Ordination of a. A UCLA graduate student reports on Professor Sharon Suh's colloquium presentation at the Center for Buddhist Studies. On OctoProfessor Sharon Suh of Seattle University gave a lecture entitled, "Re-crafting the Buddhist Self: Korean American Buddhism, Gender, and Identity." Jennifer Flinn reports on her talk, which was the second in the Center.
As one of the most politically marginalised ethnic minorities living along both sides of the border between southwest China and several Southeast Asian countries, the Lahu people, along with their cultural traditions, have drawn little academic attention in either Chinese- or English-language literature.
IS BUDDHA A COUPLE. GENDER-UNITARY PERSPECTIVES FROM THE LAHU OF SOUTHWEST CHINA. Shanshan Du Tulane University. This article explores the dynamic processes by which the Lahu people negotiate Buddhist gender ideologies according to their cosmology of gender unity.
It was epoch making when Buddhism declared men and women equal in India where women traditionally were regarded as inferior to men. After the death of Buddhism's founder, Gautama Buddha, Buddhist monks, called "Hinayana" Buddhists, became conservative and authoritarian and began to make light of women as well as lay believers.
While the "Hinayana" Buddhists discriminated against women, the. "Chopsticks Only Work in Pairs": Gender Unity and Gender Equality among the Lahu of Southwest China. New York: Columbia University Press. (to be released in November, ) "Is Buddha A Couple?: The Lahu Gender-Unitary Perspectives of Buddhism.".
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• Shanshan Du, “Is Buddha a Couple. Gender-unitary Perspectives from the Lahu of Southwest China,” Ethnology 42/3 (Summer ): – • Helen Hardacre, “The Cave and the Womb World,” Japanese Journal of Religious Studies 10/2–3 (): – (Available online) Week Gender Change.
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This semipopular book is still interesting for its portrait of Western Buddhism at a creative, forward-looking moment. Most of the women interviewed in this book have gone on to become widely recognized Buddhist leaders and teachers. Originally published in Cabezón, José Ignacio, ed.
Buddhism, Sexuality, and Gender. Albany: State. The Lahu are a Tibeto-Burman-speaking people living in the mountainous border regions of China, Burma, Laos, Thailand, and Vietnam.
2. According to the census, the Lahu population in China waswhich constituted about two-thirds of the total Lahu population. 3. Th.Women in Buddhism is a topic that can be approached from varied perspectives including those of theology, history, anthropology, and l interests include the theological status of women, the treatment of women in Buddhist societies at home and in public, the history of women in Buddhism, and a comparison of the experiences of women across different forms of Buddhism.value for the health and survival of the planet and all its inhabitants.
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