10.08.2019

Ушла из жизни исследователь Энн Мониус

Энн Мониус

Ушла из жизни Энн Мониус, профессор Гарвардской богословской школы, специалист в области изучения южноазиатских религий. Наиболее известная ее работа - книга Imagining a Place for Buddhism: Literary Culture and Religious Community in Tamil-Speaking South India (2001), написанная на основе диссертации. В последнее время Мониус готовила к изданию книгу Singing the Lives of Śiva's Saints: History, Aesthetics, and Religious Identity in Tamil-Speaking South India.

Imagining a Place for Buddhism

Статьи Энн Мониус:

- "Ecologies of Human Flourishing: A Case from Pre-Colonial South India," in Ecologies of Human Flourishing, ed. Donald K. Swearer and Susan Lloyd McGarry. Cambridge: Center for the Study of World Religions, Harvard Divinity School, 2011.
- “U. Ve. Caminataiyar and the Construction of Tamil Literary ‘Tradition’,” Journal of Indian Philosophy 39/2 (April 2011).
- "Purana / Puranam: Modes of Narrative Temporality in Sanskrit and Tamil," in Passages: Relationships between Tamil and Sanskrit, ed. Francois Gros and M. Kannan. Pondicherry: French Institute of Indology; Berkeley: University of
California, 2009, 217-236.
- "Dance Before Doom: Krsna in the Non-Hindu Literature of Early Medieval South India,” in Alternative Krishnas: Regional and Vernacular Variations on a Hindu Deity, ed. Guy Beck. Albany: State University of New York Press, 2005.
- "Origins of Hindu Ethics," in A Companion to Religious Ethics, ed. William Schweiker, Blackwell Publishers, 2004, 330-340.
- “Love, Violence, and the Aesthetics of Disgust: Śaivas and Jains in Medieval South India," The Journal of Indian Philosophy 32 (2004), 113-172.
- "Śiva as Heroic Father: Theology and Hagiography in Medieval South India," Harvard Theological Review 92:2 (2004):165-197.
- "Buddhism in South India," in Encyclopedia of Buddhism, ed. Robert Buswell, et al. New York: Macmillan Reference USA, 2003, 369-370
- "The Many Lives of Dandin: The Kavyadarśa in Sanskrit and Tamil." The International Journal of Hindu Studies 4/2 (April 2000):1-37.
- "Literary Theory and Moral Vision in Tamil Buddhist Literature," The Journal of Indian Philosophy 28/2 (April 2000):195-223.
- "Etunikaḻcci in Manimekalai: The Manifestation of Beneficial Root 'Causes' and Renunciation," in A Buddhist Woman's Path to Enlightenment: Proceedings of a Workshop on the Tamil Narrative Manimekalai Uppsala University, May 25-29, 1995, pp. 261-275. Edited by Peter Schalk. Acta Universitatis Upsaliensis: Historica Religionum, vol. 13. Uppsala: Uppsala University, 1997.



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