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Two articles by Anna Andreeva

Sep 24, 2018

Cluster research fellow Dr. Anna Andreeva recently published two articles, which both are a result of her current DFG research project "Buddhism, Medicine, and Gender in 10th–16th Century Japan." The first article is entitled "Buddhism and Medicine in Japan" and was published by Oxford Bibliographies of Buddhism. It focuses on the relation between the Buddhist doctrine, rituals, and scholarship and healing. The second article titled "Devising the Esoteric Rituals for Women: Fertility and the Demon Mother in the Gushi nintai sanshō himitsu hōshū 求子妊胎産生秘密法集" introduces possibly the earliest Japanese Buddhist medico-religious advisory text focusing on elite women's reproductive health that was produced in premodern Japan. It was published by Brill in Women, Rites, and Ritual Objects in Premodern Japan.


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