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top site image Taoism and the Arts of China
Over 25 works of Chinese art "from the Warring States period to the Qing dynasty [that] demonstrate the development of Taoism and Taoist art." Accompanying text explores themes of tradition (Laozi, cosmology), church (priests, rituals), and renaissance (goddesses, Zhenwu, Inner Alchemy, landscape). Includes diagrams of the Chinese zodiac, Taji, and Trigrams; a map of China; a timeline; classroom lesson plans; a glossary; a list of related books; and links. From the Art Institute of Chicago.
•  China -- Religion
•  Religion and art
•  Taoism
•  Best of the Web
etext Chinese Cultural Studies: Texts
An excellent gathering of primary e-texts from Confucianism, Taoism, and Buddhism.
•  Buddhism
•  China -- Religion
•  Confucianism
•  Taoism
•  Online Text Collection
etext Classical Chinese Literature
"This site contains Chinese classics with each character hyperlinked to its definition and etymology. No Chinese software is necessary - characters are displayed as images. Links to English translations are included for most works."
•  China -- Religion
•  Confucianism
•  Taoism
•  Online Text Collection
ejournal "Taoism"
An article by Chad Hansen in the Stanford Encyclopedia of Philosophy.
•  China -- Religion
•  Taoism
•  Online Article or Essay
top site web American Daoist Cultivation
"American Daoist Cultivation is a website designed to facilitate learning about the transformation of Daoism in contemporary North America. The website consists of twelve brief video interviews with prominent American Daoist practitioners. These interviews have been arranged into four sections based around four common themes: healing, the body, cultivation and transcendence. Each section has its own introduction and each interview is accompanied by its own commentary. The website is designed principally to complement undergraduate courses in religious studies at the 200-300 level."
•  Taoism
•  United States -- Religion
web Center of Traditional Taoist Studies
"The Center of Traditional Taoist Studies is a non-profit religious organization established to promote traditional Taoist studies. The Center offers classes in Taoist Religion, Philosophy, Chi Quong and Martial Arts."
•  China -- Religion
•  Taoism
web Chad Hansen's Chinese Philosophy Page
Essays on Taoist thought written by Chad Hansen, who teaches philosophy at the University of Hong Kong.
•  China -- Religion
•  Taoism
web Daoist Studies
"Daoist Studies is a scholarly, non-profit, Internet resource for Daoist Studies that aims to foster international scholarly communication about the study of Daoism." Maintained by James Miller.
•  China -- Religion
•  Taoism
web Taoism and the Philosophy of Tai Chi Chuan
"Overview of Taoism, its history, and its central tenets. Includes a consideration of the relations between Taoism and T'ai Chi ch'uan."
•  China -- Religion
•  Taoism
syllab "Buddhism and Daoism Through Chinese Literature"
A 2012 course by Chi-Chiang Huang at Hobart & William Smith Colleges.
•  Buddhism
•  Taoism
top site web Center for Daoist Studies
"The Center for Daoist Studies is a North American organization dedicated to research and education on the Daoist tradition. Our principal activities include (1) Research on the history of Daoism, with particular attention to the diverse methods and contextual nuances of Daoist practice; (2) Education about Daoism as a Chinese religious tradition; (3) Translation of classical and contemporary Daoist literature into English; (4) Collection and archiving of historically significant materials related to Daoism; and (5) Dissemination of accurate and relevant information on Daoism in digital and media formats. The Center also aims at facilitating dialogue and networking among Daoist scholars, practitioners and communities both in North America and throughout the world."
•  China -- Religion
•  Taoism
syllab "Daoism"
A 2011 course by Joseph Adler at Kenyon College.
•  Taoism
image Daoist Iconography Project
"The Daoist Iconography Project, is a joint venture of the Department of Religion in the University of Hawaii at Manoa and the Honolulu Academy of Arts. A unique enterprise involving the collaboration of scholars in both the West and Asia, the project will provide a remarkable new tool for understanding the workings of Daoist thought and practice through the rich iconography of the deities of the tradition."
•  Taoism
top site etext Taoist Texts
A large collection of online Taoist texts.
•  Taoism
•  Online Text Collection
syllab "Taoist Tradition"
A 2001 course by Ding-hwa Hsieh at Truman State University.
•  Taoism
syllab "Daoism"
A 2013 course by Paul Fischer at Western Kentucky University.
•  Taoism
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