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Region#
AS - Asia8098
NA - North America3675
EU - Europe2877
HKU - The University of Hong Kong481
AF - Africa456
OC - Oceania211
SA - South America37
UND - Undefined125
Total15960
Country#
CN - China3717
US - United States3563
SG - Singapore1393
HK - Hong Kong1366
GB - United Kingdom1051
KR - Republic of Korea946
IE - Ireland507
HKU - The University of Hong Kong481
FR - France325
ZA - South Africa280
OTH - Others2331
Total15960
City#
Singapore1314
Ashburn1154
Beijing1022
Central District568
Dublin499
The University of Hong Kong481
San Ramon349
Central296
Shenzhen285
Johannesburg276
Others9716
Total15960
Culture (Religion comme)105
The Charisma of Shangri-la116
Andre Laliberte, The Politics of Buddhist Organizations in Taiwan: 1989-2003. Safeguarding the Faith, Building a Pure Land, Helping the Poor102
Reconsidering the concept of religion: some thoughts arising from the religious question in Modern China21
Ritual conquests and socialist event productions: an exorcist goddess and the production of sacrality in contemporary China50
Towards an expanded conception of power: Exploring the concept of moral empowerment emerging in the field of Baha'i-inspired education through the preliminary findings of a case study17
‘The Bible of the Great Cycle of Esotericism': from the Xiantiandao Tradition to a Cao Dai Scripture in Colonial Vietnam61
The Body at the Junction of Religion and Scientism: Modernisation of Meditative Traditions in Contemporary China83
The Cosmopolitan Moment in Colonial Modernity: The Bahá’í Faith, Spiritual Networks and Universalist Movements in early Twentieth Century China76
Generating and Applying Spiritual Capital: the Case of the Bahá'í Community32
Operationalizing an Anthropological Concept of Spirituality: Implications for Childrens’ Education114
法玄隱道:越南高台教《大乘真經》裡的道教內丹與法國玄學。 中國宗教、法國殖民統治與越南民族認同的構建53
Chinese Governmentality and the Genealogy of Socialist Spiritual Civilization57
Falun gong : La tentation du politique142
Enchanting Huashan in the Global Spiritual Circuit: Intersecting Modes of Making Sacred Space39
La religion: culture ou contre-culture?39
Occulting the Dao: Daoist Inner Alchemy, French Spiritism, and Vietnamese Colonial Modernity in Caodai Translingual Practice55
Book review: John Lagerwey, China: A Religious State. Hong Kong, University of Hong Kong Press, 2010, 238 pp.72
New or Old? The Category of Spirituality in the Chinese Context30
Falun Gong and the Future of China80
The alchemical wedding of Michael Winn: an American Daoist Master gets married atop a sacred Chinese mountain43
The Bahá’í Faith and its Critical Engagement with the Global Discourse and Practice of “Development” 25
性別與兩性關係53
Doing ethnography in a religious field: interventions, tensions and mediations22
Elise Anne DeVido, Benoit Vermander (eds.), Creeds, Rites and Videotapes: Narrating religious experience in East Asia132
Locality, Globalisation and the Construction of Sacrality: Transnational encounters at Huashan22
Urban Development, Private Property and Public Activism in China98
Place and Spirit in Taiwan. Tudi Gong in the stories, strategies and memories of everyday life71
The Civil Sphere in the Cultural and Political Transformations of Modern East Asia69
Poly-ontological Dynamics in Chinese Religion27
The Resurrection of Lei Feng: Rebuilding the Chinese Party-State’s Infrastructure of Volunteer Mobilization37
The resurrection of Lei Feng: rebuilding the Chinese Party-State's infrastructure of volunteer mobilization81
The Civil Sphere in East Asia86
The religious question in modern China191
Dream Trippers: Global Daoism and the Predicament of Modern Spirituality35
Is Chinese (Lack of) Religion Exceptional?57
Les danwei religieuses: l'institutionalisation de la religion en Chine populaire165
Author-meets-critics panel on Dream Trippers: Global Daoism and the Predicament of Modern Spirituality22
Popular Religious Movements and Heterodox Sects in Chinese History, by Hubert Seiwert (in collaboration with Ma Xisha) Leiden: Brill, 2003, 548 pp.64
Modernity and Millenialism in China: Qigong and the Birth of Falun Gong106
Chinese Poly-Ontology: Rethinking Religious Pluralism through China28
Remaking the self: spirituality, civilization and the Chinese quest for the good life in the reform era60
The Baha’i Faith and its Critical Engagement with the Discourses and Practices of Development.44
Vincent Goossaert, In the Temples of China : The Life and History of Worshipping Communities60
Dream trippers at Huashan: spiritual tourism and the American appropriation of a Chinese Daoist mountain122
Book review: Aux portes du ciel: La statuaire taoïste du Hunan: Art et anthropologie de la Chine, by Patrice Fava46
Authenticity and Authority in the Emergence of a Global Daoist Field20
对话神圣与世俗59
Richard Madsen, Democracy’s Dharma: Religious Renaissance and Political Development in Taiwan68
Redemptive Societies in the Republic Age and Chinese Salvationist Religion: Historical Phenomenon or Sociological Category?76
二十世紀中國反邪教話語系統的演變17
Spirituality, Individuation And The Religious Productions Of Asian Modernity 21
Nurturing a culture of giving: some preliminary thoughts on the role of religion52
當代華人教派研究的現況與前瞻18
Chinese redemptive societies and salvationist religion: historical phenomenon or sociological category?91
Guanyin’s Limbo: Icons as Demi-Persons and Dividuating Objects76
Religious philanthropy and Chinese civil society189
Chinese Poly-Ontology: Rethinking Religious Pluralism through China75
Negotiating Religion in Modern China: State and Common People in Guangzhou, 1900-1937, by Shuk-wah Poon. Hong Kong: The Chinese University Press, 2011. X+208 pp.139
Maîtres civils, maîtres martiaux : la structure wen-wu d’un grand rituel jiao de Chine méridionale12
Qigong58
The Dao of the Scholar/practitioner: Academic scholarship and the construction of Daoist authority in China and the West25
Introduction: Redemptive Societies in Cultural and Historical Context55
La vie entre soi. Les moines taoïstes aujourd’hui en Chine, par Adeline Herrou. Nanterre : Société d’ethnologie, 2005.121
Gender and sexuality167
Secular and Religious Utopias: visions of World Order in the Works of Marx (1818-1883) and Baha’u’llah (1817-1892)37
A Sociology of Spirituality, edited by Kieran Flanagan and Peter C. Jupp95
The Aporia of the Divided Self: Closet Volunteers and Moral Breakdown in China33
The Resurrection of Lei Feng: Rebuilding the Chinese Party-State’s Infrastructure of Volunteer Mobilization73
From ‘Congregations’ to ‘Small Group Community Building’: Localizing the Bahá’í Faith in Hong Kong, Taiwan and Mainland China167
The emergence of a culture of volunteerism in contemporary China: a preliminary discussion of significance and conceptual issues154
The Dao of the Good Life: Daoism and Western Spiritual Individualism39
Energy112
China Perspectives109
Ethics of the Heart: Moral Breakdown and the Aporia of Chinese Volunteers86
中國人的宗教生活130
Occulting the Dao: translingual practice in a Cao Dai Scripture45
Religion, Spheres of Solidarity and Civil Society in China36
Introduction: the Daoist Encounter with Modernity43
Cosmology, Gender, Structure, and Rhythm: Marcel Granet and Chinese Religion in the History of Social Theory75
Handbook of the Sociology of Religion90
Qigong131
Rethinking the concept of religion in the Chinese context24
A preliminary discussion of the Lüshan ritual tradition of Huanghua Township, Yingde County, North Guangdong102
Daoism, the Crumbling of Tradition, and the Fragility of the Self in China and America49
Religion24
Socialist Spiritual Civilization: Sacralization of Politics and Desacralization of Religion in Contemporary China73
The Daoist Encounter with Modernity: Some issues in the History and Sociology of Daoism in the Modern Era108
Superstitious Regimes: Religion and the Politics of Chinese Modernity85
Daoist Studies and the 'ontological turn' in anthropology20
China’s Religious Danwei: Institutionalising Religion in the People’s Republic224
Religion, Spiritual Principles and Civil Society38
L’Etat et le sectarisme en Chine: Le cas du Falungong26
Richard Madsen, Democracy’s Dharma: Religious Renaissance and Political Development in Taiwan. Berkeley: University of California Press. 2007 (Book Review)42
The Jiao Rituals in Huanghua Township, Yingde City, Guangdong128
The Individualism of Chinese Altruism: the Ambiguities of Chinese Volunteers’ Moral Discourse59
Marcel Granet and the Durkheimian Paradigm in the Study of Chinese Religion and Society30
Spheres of Solidarity, Moral Codes and Civil Society in China44
Spheres of Solidarity, Moral Codes and Civil Society in China19
Chinese religious life174
Falun Gong: Between Sectarianism and Universal Salvation57
Gift and market in the Chinese religious economy53
Chinese redemptive societies and salvationist religion: historical phenomenon or sociological category?339
Chinese Redemptive Societies: Historical Phenomenon or Sociological Category?115
Clash of civilizations, dialogue of civilizations, global civilization99
Clarifying the Concept of Spiritual Capital71
The Moral Autonomy of Civil Society: Reflections on the Chinese Experience97
Global Daoism and the predicament of modern spirituality99
The body: health, nation and transcendence153
Daoism and Human Rights: Integrating the Incommensurable63
Gift and market in the Chinese religious economy133
Dao and Nation: Li Yujie: May Fourth Activist, Daoist Cultivator, and Redemptive Society Patriarch in Mainland China and Taiwan163
Participatory action research with student volunteer groups involved in Post-earthquake Community Service in Chengdu, Sichuan: preliminary reflections111
Religiosity and Social Movements in China: Divisions and Multiplications112
Religion in the Peoples’ Republic of China: An Overview77
Religion, Identity and Change: Perspectives on Global Transformations57
Le qigong au carrefour des « discours anti ». De l’anticléricalisme communiste au fondamentalisme du Falungong148
Globalizing Daoism at Huashan: Quanzhen Monks, Danwei Politics and International Dream Trippers30
Chinese religious innovation in the Qigong movement: the case of Zhonggong149
明善守一:比較道家與巴哈伊的一體論93
“Healing Tao USA” and the History of Western Spiritual Individualism58
The Bahá’í Community as a Global Civil Society Organization: Dynamics of Grassroots Action and International Coordination34
'Ecologies' and 'Fields' in Chinese Religion28
The Third Party in the Religious Gift Economy12
Religion, Spheres of Solidarity and Civil Society in China: A Critical Engagement with Jeffrey Alexander’s Civil Sphere33
Religion and a culture of giving. Some theoretical reflections arising from investigations on the Dongjingyuan Fohui39
Chinese NGOs at the interface between governmentality and local society: An actor-oriented perspective49
中國人的宗教生活45
Religion and the Problem of ‘Civil Society’ in China49
Spirituality, Transcendence, and the Circulatory History of Modern Asian Religion49
"Healing Tao USA" and Popular American Daoism44
Author-meets-critics session on The Religious Question in Modern China14
Falun Gong: The End of Days. By MARIA HSIA CHANG. [New Haven and London: Yale University Press, 188 pp. $25.00; £16.99. ISBN 0-300-10227-5.]109
Dream Trippers: Global Daoism and the Predicament of Modern Spirituality217
Introduction: ‘Redemptive Societies’ – ‘Rural Religion’ or ‘Heterodox Sects’?54
Categories and Politics of Religion in China67
Le discours sur les sectes en Chine contemporaine22
Transnational Sacralizations: When Daoist Monks meet Global Spiritual Tourists123
Secularization, Sacralization and subject formation in modern China103
A framework for interfaith dialogue in the context of social development: reflexions based on the Baha'i experience136
Ritual Conquests and Socialist Event Productions: An Exorcist Goddess and Political Ritual in Contemporary China 20
Translingual practice in a Cao Dai Scripture: converting Daoist Alchemy and Chinese Millenarianism into French Occultism37
Chinese redemptive societies and salvationist religion: historical phenomenon or sociological category?90
Le qigong et la tradition sectaire chinoise100
Neo-Socialist Governmentality: Managing Freedom in the People's Republic of China64
Le protestantisme en Chine116
Miraculous Response: Doing Popular Religion in Contemporary China170
The Peoples’ Peking Man: Popular Science and Human Identity in Twentieth-Century China, by Sigrid Schmalzer136
The Sacred Village. Social Change and Religious Life in North China89
Religious economy or religious ecology? Preliminary reflections based on field research in China112
巴哈伊文献集成128
Religion in Chinese social and political history159
The Resurrection of Lei Feng: Rebuilding the Chinese Party-State’s Infrastructure of Volunteer Mobilization58
Negotiating Civility between Hong Kong Volunteers, Village Populations and Local Authorities: A Volunteer Teaching Group in Hongde County, Guangdong Province48
Daoism in the Twentieth Century: Between Eternity and Modernity99
Gift and Market in the Chinese religious economy95
Introduction: The Emergence of Academic Research on Redemptive Societies165
Religion, Spiritual Principles and Civil Society27
Chinese Healing Exercises: The Tradition of Daoyin, par Livia Kohn124
Cyberspace and the Emerging Chinese Religious Landscape – Preliminary Observations47
The Bible of the Great Cycle of Esotericism: From the Xiantiandao Tradition to a Cao Ðài Scripture in Colonial Vietnam57
宗教之於中國社會政治史41
La religion de la Chine: La tradition vivante134
宗教慈善活動與中國的公民社會36
Globalizing Daoism at Huashan: Quanzhen Monks, Danwei Politics, and International Dream Trippers119
Poly-ontological hermeneutics in the study of religion53
La question religieuse en Chine96
Authenticity and Authority in the Emergence of a Global Daoist Field19
The emergence of a culture of volunteerism in contemporary China: a preliminary discussion of significance and conceptual issues95
Black Bloc against Red China: Tears and revenge in the trenches of the new Cold War73
Discourses of 'Datong' in Religious Movements in Republican China39
Embodying Utopia: Charisma in the Post-Mao Qigong Craze212
巴哈伊文化中的一體觀:從本體論到社會實踐26
Generating and Applying Spiritual Capital: The Case of the Baha’i Community106
The Bahá’í encounter with Western esotericism in the early 20th Century26
Religion and Chinese Society. Vol. I: Ancient and Medieval China Vol. II: Taoism and Local Religion in Modern China. Edited by John Lagerwey. Hong Kong: The Chinese University Press and Ecole Francaise d’Extreme-Orient, 2004.138
C. Fred Blake Burning Money: The Material Spirit of the Chinese Lifeworld122
Shifting Discourses on Heterodox Sects in Modern China128
Can religion contribute to civil society in China?30
Three Moral Codes and Microcivil Spheres in China65
The Aporia of the Divided Self: Closet Volunteers and Moral Breakdown in China25
Nurturing a culture of Giving: preliminary reflections on the role of Religion29
Isomorphic and Poly-Ontological Pluralism48
Ethnic identity and transnational religious innovation in modern Vietnam: conjugating Chinese Redemptive Societies and French Occultism in the Cao Dai Religion57
Heretical Doctrines, Reactionary Secret Societies, Evil Cults: Labeling Heterodoxy in Twentieth-Century China170
The Bahá’í Faith and Covenantal Pluralism: Promoting Oneness, Respecting Difference4
When American Witches, Sufis and Shamans meet Chinese Daoist Monks and Hermits: Transnational Encounters at Huashan25
法玄隐道:越南高台教《大乘真经》里的道教内丹与法国玄学111
Transnational Sacralizations: When Daoist Monks Meet Spiritual Tourists234
Dans les temples de la Chine. Histoire des cultes, Vie des communautés.71
Claiming Knowledge. Strategies of Epistemology from Theosophy to the New Age, par Olav Hammer.68
Predicting Religion. Christian, Secular and Alternative Futures, edited by Grace Davie, Paul Heelas & Linda Woodhead67
Body Cultivation in Contemporary China114
Beijing’s Games: What the Olympics Mean to China by Susan Brownell111
廣東省英德市黃花鎮醮儀紀實39
Introduction: redemptive societies as Confucian NRMs?149
Dream Trippers: Global Daoism and the Predicament of Modern Spirituality35
Preliminary Reflections on Religion and Social Governance: the Case of the Baha'i International Community40
人體: 健康, 民族與超驗性46
From Local Tradition to Global Spirituality: the Modern Evolution of Taoism138
Obedient Autonomy: Chinese Intellectuals and the Achievement of Orderly Life, par Erika E. S. Evasdottir. Vancouver, BC: University of British Columbia Press, 2004141
中国宗教的社会组合体结构62


TotJulAugSepOctNovDecJanFebMarAprMayJun
2016/2017250117413812417526480122187235354207441
2017/20181833143170841571322096697214149266146
2018/20193486317169386115327261427258266200518242
2019/2020234733019288181157325228236211170118111
2020/20214628106211474951468041321106612131779149
2021/20221165481327735926618310000000
Ever15960