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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.
http://www.artic.edu/taoism/
•  China -- Religion
•  Religion and art
•  Taoism
•  Best of the Web
syllab "Religion and the State in Chinese History"
A 2013 course by John Barwick at Cornell University.
http://history.arts.cornell.edu/HIST%204241%20FA13%20Syllabus.pdf
•  China -- Religion
syllab "Chinese Philosophy" (Nelson)
A 2013 course by Eric Nelson at the University of Massachusetts Lowell.
http://faculty.uml.edu/enelson/chinesephilosophy2013.htm
•  China -- Religion
syllab "Popular Religion in South China"
A 2014 course by Tik-sang Liu at the Hong Kong University of Science and Technology.
http://www.huma.ust.hk/teaching_learning/files/2014spring/HUMA1630.pdf
•  China -- Religion
syllab "Chinese Religions" (Hsieh)
A 2001 course by Ding-hwa Hsieh at Truman State University.
http://www.wabashcenter.wabash.edu/syllabi/h/hsieh/1JM8S-Hsieh-Chinese_Religion.pdf
•  China -- Religion
syllab "Chinese Religions" (Adler)
A 2011 course by Joseph Adler at Kenyon College.
http://www2.kenyon.edu/Depts/Religion/Fac/Adler/Reln270/syl270.pdf
•  China -- Religion
ejournal East Asian Pastoral Review
This journal offers online articles from 1994-2006.
http://eapi.admu.edu.ph/content/east-asian-pastoral-review
•  Asia -- Religion
•  China -- Religion
•  Online Journal
web Fox, Alan
Prof. Fox teaches at the University of Delaware.
http://udel.edu/~afox/
•  China -- Religion
•  Personal home pages and CVs
web Adler, Joseph A.
Prof. Adler teaches at Kenyon College.
http://www2.kenyon.edu/Depts/Religion/Fac/Adler/adler.htm
•  China -- Religion
•  Personal home pages and CVs
web Christianity in China
"The Objective of the Christianity In China web site is to promote a better understanding in the North American Church and the society at large regarding the development of the Church in China."
http://www.christianityinchina.org/
•  China -- Religion
web East Gates International
"East Gates International is an interdenominational religious non-profit organization dedicated to serving the Church in China as well as other entities that best serve China's future growth and development. We fulfill this by working at all levels in China from engagement in government diplomatic activities to assistance with grassroots rural projects."
http://www.eastgates.org/
•  China -- Religion
•  Missions
syllab "Chinese Religions" (Unno)
A 2010 course by Mark Unno at the University of Oregon.
http://pages.uoregon.edu/munno/OregonCourses/REL3020004/R302chreligions04.htm
•  China -- Religion
syllab "Confucian Thought and Practice"
A 2012 course by Joseph Adler at Kenyon College.
http://www2.kenyon.edu/Depts/Religion/Fac/Adler/Reln471/syl471.pdf
•  China -- Religion
top site etext China the Beautiful: Chinese Art and Literature
"Classical Chinese Art, Calligraphy, Poetry, History, Literature, Painting and Philosophy." A very impressive resource.
http://www.chinapage.com/china.html
•  China -- Religion
•  Religion and art
•  Online Text Collection
etext Chinese Cultural Studies: Texts
An excellent gathering of primary e-texts from Confucianism, Taoism, and Buddhism.
http://acc6.its.brooklyn.cuny.edu/~phalsall/texts.html
•  Buddhism
•  China -- Religion
•  Confucianism
•  Taoism
•  Online Text Collection
top site etext Chinese Philosophical Etext Archive
"You will find three kinds of materials here: 1. Electronic versions of Chinese philosophical texts created by the Confucian Etext Project; 2. Electronic versions of Chinese philosophical texts from other sources, to some of which we have made minor improvements; and 3. Information on and links to more information on the preparation and use of these texts." Maintained by Stephen Angle at Wesleyan University.
http://sangle.web.wesleyan.edu/etext/index.html
•  China -- Religion
•  Confucianism
•  Online Text Collection
top site etext Chinese Text Initiative
"We are pleased to announce the Chinese Text Initiative, an effort to make texts of Chinese literature available on the World Wide Web."
http://etext.lib.virginia.edu/chinese/index.html
•  China -- Religion
•  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."
http://www.zhongwen.com/gudian.htm
•  China -- Religion
•  Confucianism
•  Taoism
•  Online Text Collection
top site etext I Ching on the Net
"These pages provide links to I Ching resources on the Internet, and include a brief introduction to the I Ching and to my own translation, Rediscovering the I Ching, with my versions of hexagrams 1, 'Strong Action', and 21, 'Biting Through'." Maintained by Greg Whincup.
http://pacificcoast.net/~wh/Index.html
•  China -- Religion
•  Online Text Collection
etext Lun Yu [Analects of Confucius] in English
Translator not specified.
http://www.confucius.org/lunyu/lange.htm
•  China -- Religion
•  Confucianism
•  Online Book
ejournal "Taoism"
An article by Chad Hansen in the Stanford Encyclopedia of Philosophy.
http://plato.stanford.edu/entries/taoism/
•  China -- Religion
•  Taoism
•  Online Article or Essay
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."
http://www.tao.org/
•  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.
http://www.hku.hk/philodep/ch/index.html
•  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.
http://www.daoiststudies.org/
•  China -- Religion
•  Taoism
web International Society for Chinese Philosophy
"The ISCP is a non-profit organization created to bring together scholars from all corners of the globe who share an interest in Chinese philosophy, and to promote the study of Chinese philosophy in both academic and non-academic circles."
http://iscp-online.org/
•  China -- Religion
•  Religion -- Professional societies
web Internet East Asian History Sourcebook
A substantial guide to Internet resources, maintained by Paul Halsall.
http://www.fordham.edu/halsall/eastasia/eastasiasbook.html
•  China -- Religion
•  Religion -- Internet guides
web Internet Guide for China Studies: Philosophy and Religion
This is a very well organized guide to Internet resources relating to China. Its annotations are superb.
http://sun.sino.uni-heidelberg.de/igcs/igphil.htm
•  China -- Religion
•  Religion -- Internet guides
web Ricci Institute for Chinese-Western Cultural History
"The Ricci Institute, founded in 1984 as a nonprofit interdisciplinary research center, promotes, in the spirit of Matteo Ricci, the encounter of Chinese culture and Christian faith."
http://usf.usfca.edu/ricci//
•  China -- Religion
•  Christianity
•  Religion -- Centers and institutes
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."
http://www.chebucto.ns.ca/Philosophy/Taichi/taoism.html
•  China -- Religion
•  Taoism
top site web Tibetan & Himalayan Digital Library
"The Tibetan and Himalayan Digital Library was founded on March 1, 2000 in conjunction with the University of Virginia Library and the Institute for Advanced Technology in the Humanities. It provides an integrated environment for digital publication of many diverse projects whose separate administrations remain decentralized and autonomous. As such, the Library overall is run by an international team of scholars, and reflects a consortium of many different universities and private organizations across the world."
http://www.thlib.org/
•  Buddhism
•  China -- Religion
•  Best of the Web
top site biblio Bibliography of Western Language Publications on Chinese Popular Religion (1995 to present)
Compiled by Philip Clart.
http://www.uni-leipzig.de/~clartp/bibliography_CPR.html
•  China -- Religion
biblio Essential Readings on Chinese Philosophy
Compiled by Bryan Van Norden at Vassar College.
http://faculty.vassar.edu/~brvannor/bibliography.html
•  China -- Religion
biblio Xunzi and Chinese Philosophy
Maintained by John Knoblock.
http://www.as.miami.edu/phi/bio/Buddha/westbook.htm
•  China -- Religion
syllab "Individual and Society: Perspectives from Classical China"
A 1993 course by Russell Kirkland at Macalester College.
http://www.wabashcenter.wabash.edu/syllabi/k/kirkland/individual_and_society/individual_and_society-kirkland.pdf
•  China -- Religion
web China Judaic Studies Association
This site offers information about the Association's efforts to encourage further research and teaching regarding Judaism in China.
http://www.oakton.edu/user/2/friend/chinajews.html
•  China -- Religion
•  Judaism
•  Religion -- Professional societies
syllab "Dimensions of Reality in Chinese Tales"
A 1994 course by Russell Kirkland at Macalester College.
http://www.wabashcenter.wabash.edu/syllabi/k/kirkland/1JN19-kirkland.pdf
•  China -- Religion
syllab "Quest for Sagehood: An Introduction to Chinese Philosophical and Religious Thought"
A 1999 course by Warren Frisina at Hofstra University.
http://www.wabashcenter.wabash.edu/syllabi/f/frisina/the_quest_for_sagehood-frisina.html
•  China -- Religion
web Miller, James
Prof. Miller teaches at Queen's University.
http://www.jamesmiller.ca/
•  China -- Religion
•  Personal home pages and CVs
syllab "Confucianism and Daoism"
A 2001 course by Nick Gier at the University of Idaho.
http://www.wabashcenter.wabash.edu/syllabi/g/gier/308/home.htm
•  China -- Religion
syllab "Religion in China"
A course by Stevan Harrell at the University of Washington.
http://www.wabashcenter.wabash.edu/syllabi/h/harrell/ReligionInChina/chinrelhome.html
•  China -- Religion
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."
http://www.daoistcenter.org/
•  China -- Religion
•  Taoism
syllab "Women in Chinese Religions"
A 2002 course by Ding-hwa Hsieh at Truman State University.
http://www.wabashcenter.wabash.edu/syllabi/h/hsieh/1JM8S-Hsieh-Women_in_CR.pdf
•  China -- Religion
•  Women -- Religious aspects
syllab "Idea Systems of Chinese Religions"
A 2011 course by Ken Brashier at Reed College.
http://people.reed.edu/~brashiek/syllabi/Rel157.htm
•  China -- Religion
syllab "Religion and Philosophy in Pre-Imperial China"
A 2010 course by Ken Brashier at Reed College.
http://people.reed.edu/~brashiek/syllabi/Rel160.htm
•  China -- Religion
syllab "Early Chinese Cosmology and Its Ritual Response"
A course by Ken Brashier at Reed College.
http://people.reed.edu/~brashiek/syllabi/Rel307.htm
•  China -- Religion
syllab "Chinese Religious Texts"
A 2010 course by Ken Brashier at Reed College.
http://people.reed.edu/~brashiek/syllabi/Rel308.htm
•  China -- Religion
syllab "Death and Remembrance in Chinese History"
A 2008 course by Ken Brashier at Reed College.
http://people.reed.edu/~brashiek/syllabi/Rel310.htm
•  China -- Religion
syllab "Missions in China"
A 2012 course by Kevin Xiyi Yao at Gordon-Conwell Theological Seminary.

http://www.gordonconwell.edu/hamilton/current/documents/WM621HAFA12.pdf
•  China -- Religion
•  Missions
syllab "Introduction to Confucianism and Daoism"
A 2012 course by Kevin Xiyi Yao at Gordon-Conwell Theological Seminary.

http://www.gordonconwell.edu/hamilton/current/documents/APWM644HAFA12.pdf
•  China -- Religion
•  Missions
syllab "Chinese Buddhism"
A 2013 course by Yu-Jing Chen at the University of Florida.
http://religion.ufl.edu/files/REL_3344_Chinese_Buddhism.pdf
•  Buddhism
•  China -- Religion
syllab "Religion in Chinese Society"
A 2012 course by Gareth Fisher at Syracuse University.
http://religion.syr.edu/Courses/Fall2012_pdfs/REL385F12.pdf
•  China -- Religion
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