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Title The people and the Dao : new studies in Chinese religions in honour of Daniel L. Overmyer / edited by Philip Clart and Paul Crowe.
Imprint London : Routledge, 2019.

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Description 1 online resource : illustrations.
Series Monumenta serica monograph series, 0179-261X ; LX.
Monumenta serica monograph series ; 60.
Note "First published 2009 by Institut Monumenta Serica."
Bibliog. Includes bibliographical references.
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Bio/Hist Note Philip Clart and Paul Crowe.
Subject China -- Religion -- Congresses.
Summary The papers in this volume go back to a conference held September 14-15, 2002, at the University of British Columbia in Vancouver, B.C., in honour of Prof. Daniel L. Overmyer on his retirement. The contributions pay tribute to this renowned scholar of Chinese religious traditions, whose work is a constant reminder to look beyond text to context, beyond idea to practice, to study religion as it was and is lived by real people rather than as an abstract system of ideas and doctrines.ContentsPHILIP CLART: IntroductionRANDALL L. NADEAU: A Critical Review of Daniel L. Overmyer's Contribution to the Study of Chinese Religions. I. Popular Sects and Religious MovementsHUBERT SEIWERT: The Transformation of Popular Religious Movements of the Ming and Qing Dynasties: A Rational Choice Interpretation SHIN-YI CHAO: The Precious Volume of Bodhisattva Zhenwu Attaining the Way. A Case Study of the Worship of Zhenwu (Perfected Warrior) in Ming-Qing Sectarian GroupsCHRISTIAN JOCHIM: Popular Lay Sects and Confucianism: A Study Based on the Way of Unity in Postwar Taiwan SOO KHIN WAH: The Recent Development of the Yiguan Dao Fayi Chongde Sub-Branch in Singapore, Malaysia, and Thailand PHILIP CLART: Merit beyond Measure. Notes on the Moral (and Real) Economy of Religious Publishing in TaiwanJEAN DEBERNARDI: "Ascend to Heaven and Stand on a Cloud." Daoist Teaching and Practice at Penang's Taishang Laojun Temple. II. Historical and Ethnographic Studies of Chinese Popular ReligionJOHN LAGERWEY: The History and Sociology of Religion in Changting County, Fujian KENNETH DEAN: The Growth of Local Control over Cultural and Environmental Resources in Ming and Qing Coastal FujianPAUL R. KATZ: Religion, Recruiting and Resistance in Colonial Taiwan: A Case Study of the Xilai An Incident, 1915WANG CHIEN-CH'UAN. Transl. PHILIP CLART: The White Dragon Hermitage and the Spread of the Eight Generals Procession Troupe in TaiwanTUEN WAI MARY YEUNG: Rituals and Beliefs of Female Performers in Cantonese OperaJORDAN PAPER: The Role of Possession Trance in Chinese Culture and Religion: A Comparative Overview from the Neolithic to the Present. III. The Religious Life of Clerics, Literati, and Emperors JUDITH BOLTZ: On the Legacy of Zigu and a Manual on Spirit-writing in Her Name STEPHEN ESKILDSEN: Death, Immortality, and Spirit Liberation in Northern Song Daoism. The Hagiographical Accounts of Zhao DaoyiROBERTO K. ONG: Chen Shiyuan and Chinese Dream TheoryBAREND J. TER HAAR: Yongzheng and His Buddhist Abbots. Glossary - Index.
Other Author Clart, Philip, 1963- editor.
Crowe, Paul, editor.
Overmyer, Daniel L., 1935- honouree.
Other Title New studies in Chinese religions in honour of Daniel L. Overmyer.