Volume 31 Issue 2
Stephen G. Covell and Mark Rowe
Editors' Introduction: Traditional Buddhism in Contemporary Japan [245-254]
Covell, Stephen G.
Learning to Persevere: The Popular Teachings of Tendai Ascetics. [255-287]
Popular Buddhist Orthodoxy in Contemporary Japan. [289-310]
Riggs, Diane E.
Fukudenkai: Sewing the Buddha's Robe in Contemporary Japanese Buddhist Practice. [311-356]
Where the Action Is: Sites of Contemporary Sōtō Buddhism. [357-388]
Religion and Civil Society in Contemporary Japan. [389-415]
Watts, Jonathan S.
A Brief Overview of Buddhist NGOs in Japan. [417-428]
The Current State of Sectarian Universities. [429-464]
Shut Up, Zen Priest: A Review of Minami Jikisai's The Zen Priest Speaks and Other Works. [465-487]
Swanson, Paul L.
Review of: Sueki Fumihiko, Kindai Nihon no shisō, saikō [Rethinking modern Japanese thought], 2 vols; Meiji shisōka ron [Essays on Meiji intellectuals], Kindai Nihon to Bukkyō [Buddhism and modern Japan]. [486-493]
In memoriam: Bryan Ronald Wilson. [495-498]