The scope of the Contemporary Issues in Buddhist Studies series is broadly defined, so as to include the full range both of the Buddhist tradition at all periods in its development, and of methodological approaches to the study of the tradition. Titles in the series are marketed and distributed by University of Hawai’i Press.
William Ames, The Lamp of Discernment: A Translation of Bhāviveka’s Prajñāpradīpa. available from University of Hawai’i Press, hardback, $55 <link here>
George Thompson and Richard K. Payne, eds., On Meaning and Mantras: Essays in Honor of Frits Staal.
Richard K. Payne, ed., Scripture:Canon::Text:Context: Essays Honoring Lewis R. Lancaster
Mochizuki Shinkō, Pure Land Buddhism in China: A Doctrinal History, ed. Richard K. Payne and Natalie Quli, tr. Leo Pruden
vol. one: translation
vol. two: supplemental essays and appendices
Preface, Kenneth Tanaka
Mochizuki Shinkō: Historical and Intellectual Contexts, Daniel Getz
Chinese Scholarship on Pure Land Buddhism in China, Charles B. Jones
Scholarship on chinese Pure Land Buddhism Since Mochizuki: Japanese Sources, Mark L. Blum
English–Language Sources on Chinese Pure Land Buddhism: A Bibliographic Essay, Scott A. Mitchell
Daijaku Judith Kinst, Trust, Realization and the Self in Sōtō Zen Practice
Seigen H. Yamaoka, Shin Buddhist Education: A New Perspective
John Keenan, A Study of the Buddhabhūmyupadeśa: The Doctrinal Development of the Notion of Wisdom in Yogācāra Thought
Charles Willemen, A Collection of Important Odes of the Law: The Chinese Udānavarga
Fabio Rambelli, Zen Anarchism: The Egalitarian Dharma of Uchiyama Gudō
Richard K. Payne, ed., Shin Buddhism: Historical, Textual and Interpretive Studies,
Richard K. Payne, ed., Path of No Path: Contemporary Studies in Pure Land Buddhism Honoring Roger Corless
all titles are available from University of Hawai’i Press.
Editor in Chief for the Series is Richard K. Payne