Category: Religion

AAS 2019: Meet Professor George Keyworth – Hualin International Journal of Buddhist Studies

Meet Professor George Keyworth (University of Saskatchewan) at the Cambria Press booth (403) to learn more about the new Hualin International Journal of Buddhist Studies. Professor Keyworth will be at the Cambria Press booth on: Friday (March 22): 1:00pm – 1:30pm Saturday (March 23): 1:00pm – 1:30pm The Hualin International Journal of Buddhist Studies is hosted ​by the Research Center for...

Cambria Press Author Albert Welter – Speech at AAS 2018 Reception

Cambria Press author Professor Albert Welter, Head of East Asian Studies at the University of Arizona, gave a speech about his book, The Administration of Buddhism in China: A Study and Translation of Zanning and the Topical Compendium of the Buddhist Clergy (Da Song Seng shilue), at the Cambria Press reception at the AAS 2018 conference in Washington, DC. Watch...

AAS 2017 Toronto: Books and Scholars in Asian Studies to Watch

Check out the new books by these Asianists at the Cambria Press booth 109 at the Association for Asian Studies, Inc. (AAS) #AAS2017 conference in Toronto. Top (left to right): Wilt Idema (Harvard University), Victor Mair (University of Pennsylvania), Wendy Larson (University of Oregon), Mark Bender (The Ohio State University), and Charlotte Furth (University of Southern California). Bottom (left to...

New Cambria Press Publication: Ritual and Representation in Chinese Buddhism

Cambria Press is pleased to announce a new publication Ritual and Representation in Chinese Buddhism: Visualizing Enlightenment at Baodingshan from the 12th to 21st Centuries by Karil J. Kucera. This book will be launched at the upcoming 2016 Association of Asian Studies (AAS) conference in Seattle. The following are excepts from the book, which includes 159 color images: The earliest...

AAS 2014 Book Highlight! The History of Chinese Buddhist Bibliography: Censorship and Transformation of the Tripitaka

Praise for The History of Chinese Buddhist Bibliography: “Highly recommended for scholars and students studying Buddhism, history of the Chinese book, and comparative religion.” – Jiang Wu, University of Arizona “This highly accessible book is not only helpful to the nonspecialists in Buddhism but also to Buddhist scholars who are interested in how and why differing versions of the Buddhist...

AAS 2014 teaser: “I have been waiting for this book for a long time” – Victor Mair

“I have been waiting for this book for a long time, but the wait was well worth it. Considering the importance of the subject, it is rather amazing that [this book] has never been published before.” – Victor H. Mair Which book is this? Cambria Press will be unveiling it, hot off the press (along with more exciting new titles), at the...

AHA 2014 Annual Meeting in Washington D.C. – Great meeting authors, even better letting them know about glowing book reviews!

Cambria Press started off 2014 on an incredibly positive note at the 2014 American Historical Association (#AHA2014) annual meeting. One of the biggest highlights at conferences is meeting our authors, and it is even better when we get to speak them in person about the glowing journal reviews their books have earned! Eli Alberts’s book, A History of Daoism and...

NEW PUBLICATION: The Trinitarian Vision of Jonathan Edwards and David Coffey is now available!

Cambria Press is pleased to announce that The Trinitarian Vision of Jonathan Edwards and David Coffey by Steven M. Studebaker  is now available! The book brings Jonathan Edwards’ and David Coffey’s trinitarian understanding of God and redemption into ecumenical and constructive dialogue. The Trinity plays a systemic role in their theology and leads them to similar Spirit Christologies and pneumatological...

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