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Philip CLART 柯若樸
Sex:Male 男
Nationality:Germany 德國
Philip CLART 
   
   
CCS Grant
2017/8~2017/10

Present

Instituion: Department of East Asian Studies, University of Leipzig, Germany
德國萊比錫大學東亞研究所
Topic: Religious Museums in Taiwan

Instituion: Department of East Asian Studies, University of Leipzig, Germany
德國萊比錫大學東亞研究所
Homepage: Philip Clart


   
Work catalog
  • Die Religionen Chinas. Göttingen: Vandenhoeck & Ruprecht Verlag, 2009.
  • Han Xiangzi: The Alchemical Adventures of a Daoist Immortal. Seattle, WA: University of Washington Press, 2007.
Article catalog
  • “Mediums and the New Media: The Impact of Electronic Publishing on Temple and Moral Economies in Taiwanese Popular Religion.“ Journal of Sinological Studies / 汉学研究 学刊 3 (2012): 127-141.
  • “Anchoring Guanyin: Appropriative Strategies in a New Phoenix Hall Scripture.” Min-su ch’ü-i 民俗曲藝 / Journal of Chinese Theatre, Ritual and Folklore 173 (2011): 101-128.
  • “The Relationship of Myth and Cult in Chinese Popular Religion: Some Remarks on Han Xiangzi.” Xingda zhongwen xuebao 興大中文學報 23 (2008): 479-513. (Supplementary issue, zengkan 增刊)
  • “Generals, Pigs, and Immortals: Views and Uses of History in Chinese Morality Books.” Journal of Ritual Studies 19(2005)1: 99-113.
  • “Confucius and the Mediums: Is there a ‘Popular Confucianism’?” T’oung Pao: International Journal of Chinese Studies 89(2003)1-3: 1-38.
  • “Moral Mediums: Spirit-Writing and the Cultural Construction of Chinese Spirit- Mediumship”. Ethnologies 25(2003)1: 153-190.
  • “The Phoenix and the Mother: The Interaction of Spirit-Writing Cults and Popular Sects in Taiwan.” Journal of Chinese Religions 25 (1997): 1-32.
  • “Sects, Cults, and Popular Religion: Aspects of Religious Change in Post-War Taiwan.” British Columbia Asian Review 9 (Winter 1995/1996): 120-163.
  • “The Birth of a New Scripture: Revelation and Merit Accumulation in a Taiwanese Spirit- Writing Cult.” British Columbia Asian Review 8 (Winter 1994/1995): 174-203.
  • “The Protestant Ethic Analogy in the Study of Chinese History. On Yü Ying-shih’s Zhongguo jinshi zongjiao lunli yu shangren jingshen.” British Columbia Asian Review 6 (1992): 6- 31.
  • “New Technologies and the Production of Religious Texts in China, 19th to 21st Century.” In Modern Chinese Religion II, 1850-2015, edited by Vincent Goossaert, Jan Kieley, and John Lagerwey, vol.1, 560-578. Leiden: E.J. Brill, 2016.
  • “Religion und Religionspolitik in China: Historische Grundlagen und aktuelle Perspektiven.” In Länderbericht China, ed. Doris Fischer & Christoph Müller- Hofstede, 607-640. Bonn: Bundeszentrale für politische Bildung, 2014.
  • “Conceptualizations of ‘Popular Religion’ in Recent Research in the People’s Republic of China.” In Yanjiu xin shijie: “Mazu yu Huaren minjian xinyang” guoji yantaohui lunwenji 研究新視界:媽祖與華人民間信仰國際研討會論文集, ed. Wang Chien- chuan 王見川, Li Shiwei 李世偉, Hong Yingfa 洪瑩發, 391-412. Taipei: Boyang, 2014.
  • “’Religious Ecology’ as a New Model for the Study of Religious Diversity in China.” In: Religious Diversity in Chinese Thought, ed. by Perry Schmidt-Leukel & Joachim Gentz, 187-199. New York: Palgrave Macmillan, 2013.
  • "The Eight Immortals between Daoism and Popular Religion: Evidence from a New Spirit- Written Scripture." In Foundations of Daoist Ritual: A Berlin Symposium, edited by Florian C. Reiter, 84-106. Wiesbaden: Harrassowitz Verlag, 2009.
  • “The Concept of Ritual in the Thought of Sima Guang (1019-1086).” In Perceptions of Antiquity in Chinese Civilization, edited by Dieter Kuhn & Helga Stahl, 237-252. Heidelberg: edition forum, 2008.
  • "The Concept of 'Popular Religion' in the Study of Chinese Religions: Retrospect and Prospects." In: The Fourth Fu Jen University Sinological Symposium: Research on Religions in China: Status quo and Perspectives, ed. Zbigniew Wesolowski, SVD, 166- 203. Xinzhuang: Furen Daxue chubanshe, 2007. Reprinted in: Critical Readings on Religions in China, edited by Vincent Goossaert (Leiden: Brill, 2012), 359-410.
  • “Generals, Pigs, and Immortals: Views and Uses of History in Chinese Morality Books.” In Asian Ritual Systems: Syncretisms and Ruptures, ed. Pamela J. Stewart & Andrew Strathern, 209-238. Durham, NC: Carolina Academic Press, 2007.
  • “The Image of Jesus Christ in a Chinese Inclusivist Context: I-kuan Tao’s Christology and its Implications for Interreligious Dialogue.” In Zongjiao, wenxue yu rensheng 宗教,文 學與人生, edited by Chung Yun-Ying 鍾雲鶯, 279-313. Chungli: Yuanzhi Daxue Zhongwenxi, 2006.
  • “Chinese Tradition and Taiwanese Modernity: Morality Books as Social Commentary and Critique.” In Religion in Modern Taiwan: Tradition and Innovation in a Changing Society, edited Philip Clart and Charles B. Jones, 84-97. Honolulu: University of Hawai‘i Press, 2003.
 
 
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