Matthew Kapstein's Current List of Publications



Books

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Soundings in Tibetan Civilization. Ed. Barbara N. Aziz and Matthew Kapstein. New Delhi: Manohar, 1985. 2nd edition, Vajra Books, Kathmandu.

 




Dudjom Rinpoche, Jikdrel Yeshe Dorje, The Nyingma School of Tibetan Buddhism: Its Fundamentals and History. Trans. and annotated by Gyurme Dorje and Matthew Kapstein. 2 vols. London and Boston: Wisdom Publications, 1991. 2nd edition 2002.

[Reviews: S. D. Goodman, in Tricycle (Summer 1992); R. M. Davidson, in Parabola (Vol. 18 No.1., 1993):102-104; P. J. Griffiths, in Journal of the History of Religions 34/2 (1994): 192-94.]


 




Buddhism in Contemporary Tibet: Religious Revival and Cultural Identity. Ed. by Melvyn C. Goldstein and Matthew T. Kapstein. Berkeley: University of California Press, 1998.

[Reviews: Cathy Cantwell, in Journal of Buddhist Ethics (Vol. 5, 1998); Anon. in The Economist (Vol. 350, Issue 8112, 1999); Kabir Heimsath, in The Tibet Journal (Vol. 24, no. 4, 1999):62-68; Wendy Palace, in Asian Affairs  (Vol. 30, Issue 2, 1999): 206-207; Nancy Levine, in Journal of Asian Studies (59/3 2000): 726-28; Toni Huber, in Anthropological Forum (12/1 2001): 101-103; Martin Mills, in Journal of the Royal Anthropological Institute (Vol. 5, 1999): 311-312; Marcia Calkowski, in Canadian Review of Sociology (Vol. 37, Issue 4, 2000): 488-89; David Templeman, in The China Journal, No. 43 (Jan., 2000), pp. 183-185; Alex McKay, in The China Quarterly (No. 162, 2000): 582-583; Paul C. Cooper, in Journal of Religion and Health (Vol. 39, No. 3, 2000): 279-280; Thomas D. Raverty, in American Anthropologist, New Series, Vol. 102, No. 1 (Mar., 2000), pp. 191-193; Geoff Childs, in American Ethnologist, Vol. 27, No. 1 (Feb., 2000), pp. 192-193; Colin Mackerras, in Asian Studies Review (Vol. 25, no. 1, 2001): 118-122; Charles McKhann, in Journal of Religion (81/4 2001); Dibyesh Anand, in Nationalism and Ethnic Politics (7/2 2001): 135-136; K. L. Tsomo, in China Review International (Vol. 9, 2002).]



    The Tibetan Assimilation of Buddhism: Conversion, Contestation and Memory. Oxford University Press, 2000.

[Reviews: José Ignacio Cabezón, in The Journal of Religion, Vol. 82, No. 4 (Oct., 2002), pp. 679-680; Kurtis Schaeffer, in Religion 34/3 (2004): 250-253.]






 

Reason’s Traces: Identity and Interpretation in Indian and Tibetan Buddhist Thought. Boston: Wisdom Publications, 2001.

[Reviews: Mark Siderits, in Journal of the American Oriental Society, Vol. 124, No. 4 (Oct. - Dec., 2004), pp. 824-828; Yoshimizu Chizuko, in Indo-Iranian Journal 54 (2011): 149-173.]


 





The Presence of Light: Divine Radiance and Religious Experience. Ed. Matthew T. Kapstein. University of Chicago Press 2004.




 

The Tibetans. Oxford: Blackwell, 2006.

[Reviews: Vincanne Adams, in The China Journal, No. 58 (Jul., 2007), pp. 153-155; Jens Schlieter, in Numen 54 (2007): 508-510; Peter K. Moran, in Himalaya: The Journal of the Association for Nepal and Himalayan Studies 27/1 (2007): 77;  Frederick M. Smith, in Asian Ethnology, Vol. 67, No. 1 (2008), pp. 167-169; Colin Mackerras, in Educational Review 60/1 (2008): 107-109; Martin Mills, in The Journal of the Royal Anthropological Institute, Vol. 14, No. 1 (Mar., 2008), p. 230; Toni Huber, in Journal of Asian Studies 68/3 (2009): 970-972; Elena de Rossi Filibeck, in Central Asiatic Journal 53 (2009): 155-160; Robert Barnett, in Religious Studies Review 36/3 (2010): 248-249.]

 





Contributions to the Cultural History of Early Tibet. Brill’s Tibetan Studies Library 14. Eds. Matthew T. Kapstein and Brandon Dotson. Leiden : Brill, 2007.

[Review: Philip Denwood (London, SOAS), Bulletin of the School of Oriental and African Studies (2008), 71: 583-585.]



















   Buddhism Between Tibet and China. Ed. Matthew T. Kapstein. Boston: Wisdom, 2009.
    [Reviews:  Nancy Lin (Berkeley), Buddhadharma (summer 2009): 73-76;  Johan Elverskog (Southern Methodist University), Journal of Asian Studies 69 (2010): 247-49; anon., Mandala (sept. 2009): 61.]



 




 

The Rise of Wisdom Moon. Clay Sanskrit Library 69. New York University Press, 2009.


 
















Esoteric Buddhism at Dunhuang: Rites and Teachings for This Life and Beyond. Eds. M. Kapstein and S. van Schaik. Leiden: Brill, 2010.

[Reviews:  Joel Gruber, Bulletin of Tibetology 45/1 (2009): 79-83; Joe McClellan, Journal of Asian Studies 70 (2011): 225-227.]




 












Mahāmudrā and the Kagyü Tradition. Eds. Roger R. Jackson and Matthew T. Kapstein. Andiast, Suisse: International Institute for Tibetan and Buddhist Studies GmbH, 2011.
















    New Studies in the Old Tibetan Documents: Philology, History and Religion. Edited by Yoshiro Imaeda, Matthew T. Kapstein and Tsuguhito Takeuchi. Old Tibetan Documents Online Monograph Series III. Tokyo University of Foreign Studies, 2011.

















 

Sources of Tibetan Tradition. Edited by Kurtis R. Schaeffer, Matthew T. Kapstein, and Gray Tuttle. Columbia University Press, 2013.









 










   
Tibetan Buddhism: A Very Short Introduction. Oxford University Press, forthcoming in autumn 2013.

















Tibetan Text Editions



The ’Dzam-thang Edition of the Collected Works of Kun-mkhyen Dol-po-pa Shes-rab-rgyal-mtshan. 10 vols. in Tibetan + 1 vol. introduction and catalog in English. New Delhi: Shedrup Books et Konchhog Lhadrepa, 1992/3.



Selected Historical and Doctrinal Writings of ’Dzam-thang Mkhan-po Blo-gros-grags-pa. 2 vols. in Tibetan with introductions in English. Dharamsala: Library of Tibetan Works and Archives, 1993.



Collected Writings of Glag-bla Bsod-nams-chos-’grub, 5 vols. in Tibetan with introductions in English. Delhi: Konchhog Lhadrepa, 1997.

 














Articles and Book Chapters

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     1980    “The Shangs-pa bKa'-brgyud: an unknown school of Tibetan Buddhism”. In Studies in Honor of Hugh Richardson, eds. Michael Aris and Aung San Suu Kyi. Warminster: Aris and Phillips, pp. 138-144.

1983    “Sherpas: Religion and the Printed Word,” in Cultural Survival Quarterly 7/3, pp. 42-44. 

1985    “Religious Syncretism in 13th Century Tibet: The Limitless Ocean Cycle”. In Soundings in Tibetan Civilization, eds. Barbara N. Aziz and M. Kapstein, op. cit., pp. 358‑ 371.

1986a  “Collins, Parfit and the Problem of Personal Identity in Two Traditions”. In Philosophy East and West, XXXVI/3, pp. 289-298.

1986b  “A Bibliography of George Berkeley 1980-1985”. In Essays on the Philosophy of George Berkeley, ed. Ernest Sosa. Dordrecht: Reidel, pp. 243-259.

1988a  “Mereological Considerations in Vasubandhu's ‘Proof of Idealism’”. In Idealistic Studies XVIII/1, pp. 32-54.

1988b  “Mi-pham's Theory of Interpretation”. In Buddhist Hermeneutics, ed. Donald Lopez.  Honolulu: University of Hawai’i Press, pp. 149-174.

1989a  “The Purificatory Gem and its Cleansing: A Late Tibetan Polemical Discussion of Apocryphal Texts”. In History of Religions 28/3, pp. 217-244.

1989b  “Indra’s Search for the Self and the Beginnings of Philosophical Perplexity in India”. In Religious Studies 24, pp. 239-256.

1989c  “Śāntarakita on the Fallacies of Personalistic Vitalism”. In Journal of Indian Philosophy 17, pp. 43-59.

1991    “Tibetan Studies in the People's Republic of China.” China Exchange News 19/3-4, pp. 15-19.

1992a  “Remarks on the Mai-bka'-'bum and the Cult of Avalokiteśvara in Tibet”. In Tibetan Buddhism: Reason and Revelation, ed. Ronald Davidson and Steven Goodman. Albany: State University of New York Press, pp. 79-93.

1992b  “The Illusion of Spiritual Progress”. In Paths to Liberation, ed. Robert Buswell and Robert Gimello. Honolulu: University of Hawai’i Press, pp. 193-224.

1992c  “The Amnesic Monarch and the Five Mnemic Men”. In In the Mirror of Memory, ed. Janet Gyatso. Albany: State University of New York Press, pp. 239-269.

1992d  “Samantabhadra and Rudra: Innate Enlightenment and Radical Evil in Tibetan Rnying-ma-pa Buddhism”. In Discourse and Practice, ed. Frank E. Reynolds and David Tracy.  Albany: State University of New York Press, pp. 51-82.

1992e  “The Trouble with Truth: Heidegger on Aletheia, Buddhist Thinkers on Satya”. In Journal of the Indian Council of Philosophical Research, IX/2, pp. 69-85.

1994    “Schopenhauer’s Shakti”. In Heinrich Zimmer: Coming into his own, ed. Margaret Case. Princeton: Princeton University Press, pp. 105-118.

1995a  “gDams-ngag: Tibetan Technologies of the Self”. In Tibetan Literature: Studies in Genre, ed. Roger Jackson and José Cabezón. Ithaca: Snow Lion Publications, pp. 275-89.

1995b “Weaving the World: The Ritual Art of the Paa in Pāla Buddhism and Its Legacy in Tibet”. In History of Religions 34/3, pp. 241-262.

1995c  “Three Questions about the Concept of Universal Responsibility”. In Universal Responsibility: A Collection of Essays to Honour Tenzin Gyatso, the XIVth Dalai Lama, ed. Ramesh Chandra Tiwari and Krishna Nath. New Delhi, pp. 209-14.

1995d  “The Prayer of the Primordial Buddha”. In Buddhism in Practice, ed. Donald Lopez.  Princeton: Princeton University Press, pp. 80-87.

1997a  “The Royal Way of Supreme Compassion”. In Tibetan Religions in Practice, ed. Donald Lopez. Princeton: Princeton University Press, pp. 69-76.

1997b  “The Guide to the Crystal Peak: A Pilgrim’s Handbook”. In Tibetan Religions in Practice, ed. Donald Lopez. Princeton: Princeton University Press, pp. 103-119.

1997c  “The Journey to the Golden Mountain”. In Tibetan Religions in Practice, ed. Donald Lopez. Princeton: Princeton University Press, pp. 178-187.

1997d  “The Sermon of an Itinerant Saint”. In Tibetan Religions in Practice, ed. Donald Lopez. Princeton: Princeton University Press, pp. 355-368.

1997e  “Turning Back Gossip: A Village Ritual of Exorcism”. In Tibetan Religions in Practice, ed. Donald Lopez. Princeton: Princeton University Press, pp. 527-537.

1997f   “From Dol-po-pa to ’Ba’-mda’ Dge-legs: Three Jo-nang-pa Masters on the Interpretation of Prajñāpāramitā”. In Tibetan Studies: Proceedings of the Seventh Seminar of the International Association for Tibetan Studies, ed. Ernst Steinkellner et al. Vienna: Austrian Academy of Sciences, vol. 1, pp. 457-475.

1997g  “Buddhist Perspectives on Ontological Truth”. In A Companion to World Philosophies, ed. Eliot Deutsch and Ron Bontekoe. Oxford: Basil Blackwell, pp. 420-433.

1998a  “A Tibetan Festival of Rebirth Reborn: The 1992 Revival of the Drigung Powa Chenmo”. In Buddhism in Contemporary Tibet: Religious Revival and Cultural Identity, ed. Melvyn C. Goldstein and Matthew T. Kapstein. Berkeley: University of California Press, pp. 95-119.

1998b  “Concluding Essay”. In Buddhism in Contemporary Tibet: Religious Revival and Cultural Identity, ed. Melvyn C. Goldstein and Matthew T. Kapstein. Berkeley: University of California Press, pp. 139-49.

1999    “Don-grub-rgyal: The Making of a Modern Hero,” in Lungta, vol. 12. Amnye Machen Research Institute, Dharamsala, pp. 45-48.

2000a  “King Kuñji’s Banquet”. In Tantric Religions in Practice, ed. David White. Princeton University Press, pp. 52-71.

2000b  “We Are All Gzhan stong pas”. In Journal of Buddhist Ethics, vol. 7, pp. 105-125.

2001    “A Dunhuang Tibetan Summary of the Transformation Text on Mulian Saving His Mother from Hell,” in Hao Chunwen 郝春 文, ed., Dunhuang wenxian lunji 敦煌文獻論集 (Shenyang: Liaoning Renmin Chubanshe), pp. 235-247.

2002    “The Sprul-sku’s Miserable Lot: Critical Voices from Eastern Tibet”. In Proceedings of the Ninth Seminar of the International Association for Tibetan Studies: Amdo Studies, ed. Toni Huber. Brill, pp. 99-111.

2003    “The Indian Literary Identity in Tibet”. In Literary Cultures in History: Perspectives from South Asia, ed. Sheldon Pollock. Berkeley: University of California Press, pp. 747-802.

2004a  “Pure Land Buddhism in Tibet?” In Approaching the Land of Bliss: Religious Praxis in the Cult of Amitabha (Studies in East Asian Buddhism, 17), ed. Richard Payne and Kenneth Tanaka. University of Hawai’i Press, pp. 16-41.

2004b  “A Thorn in the Dragon’s Side: Tibetan Buddhist Culture in China”. In Governing China’s Multi-ethnic Frontier, ed. Morris Rossabi. University of Washington Press, pp. 230-269.

2004c  “The Strange Death of Pema the Demon-Tamer”. In The Presence of Light, ed. Matthew T. Kapstein, pp. 119-56. 

2004d  “Rethinking Religious Experience”. In The Presence of Light, ed. Matthew T. Kapstein, pp. 265-99.

2004e  “Le refus bouddhiste du théisme”. In Diogène 205 (janvier-mars 2004): 69-75. In English: “The Buddhist Refusal of Theism.”

2004f  “The Treaty Temple of De ga g.Yu tshal: Iconography and Identification.” In Essays on the International Conference on Tibetan Archeology and Art, ed. Huo Wei. Chengdu: Sichuan Renmin Chubanshe, 2004, pp. 98-127.

2004g-l “Buddhism: Buddhism in Tibet,” “Buddhism, Schools of: Tantric Ritual Schools [further considerations],” “Buddhism, Schools of: Tibetan and Mongolian Buddhism,” “Padmasambhava,” “Rnying-ma-pa School,” “Sakya Pandita.” In Lindsay Jones, ed., Encyclopedia of Religion, 2nd edition (Macmillan).

2005a  “Chronological Conundrums in the Life of Khyung po rnal ’byor: Hagiography and Historical Time.” In Journal of the International Asoociation of Tibetan Studies 1: 1-14. 

2005b   “The Seventh Dalai Lama, Kalsang Gyatso.” In The Dalai Lamas: A Visual History, ed. Martin Brauen. Chicago: Serindia, pp. 102-115.

2005c     “An Inexhaustible Treasury of Song.” In Divine Madness, ed. Rob Linrothe. Chicago: Serindia, pp. 23-35.

2006     “New Light on an Old Friend: PT 849 Revisited.” In Ronald Davidson and Christian Wedemeyer, eds. Leiden: Brill.

2007a  “Mulian in the Land of Snows and King Gesar in Hell: A Chinese Tale of Parental Death in Its Tibetan Transformations.” In Bryan J. Cuevas and Jacqueline I. Stone, eds. The Buddhist Dead: Practices, Discourses, Representations. Studies in East Asian Buddhism 20. University of Hawai’i Press, pp. 345-377.

2007b  “The Tibetan Yulanpen jing 佛說盂蘭盆經.”. In Contributions to the Cultural History of Early Tibet. Ed. Matthew T. Kapstein and Brandon Dotson. Leiden : Brill, 2007, pp. 211-237. 

2007c  “Tibetan Technologies of the Self, Part 2.” In Ramon Prats, ed., The Pandita and the Siddha. Dharamsala: Amnye Machen Research Institute.

2008a  “Tibetan Tibetology? Sketches of an Emerging Discipline.” In Monica Esposito, ed. Images du Tibet aux XIX-XXe siècles. Etudes thématiques 22. Paris: EFEO, vol. II, pp. 799-815. 

2008b   “The Sun of the Heart and the Bai rgyud ’bum.” In Tibetan Studies in Honour of Samten Karmay, Part II. Revue d’études tibétaines 15, pp. 275-288.  http://digitalhimalaya.com/collections/journals/ret/ (reprinted 2009 Dharamsala, India).

2009a   “Introduction: Mediations and Margins,” in Buddhism Between Tibet and China, pp. 1-18.

2009b   “The Treaty Temple of the Turquoise Grove,” in Buddhism Between Tibet and China, pp. 21-72.

2009c  “Mipam Namgyel: The Lion’s Roar Affirming Extrinsic Emptiness,” in William Edelglass and Jay L. Garfield, eds., Buddhist Philosophy: Essential Readings. New York: Oxford University Press, pp. 61-71.
    2009d   “Śāntarakṣita’s Tattvasagraha: A Buddhist Critiqe of the Nyāya View of the Self,” in William Edelglass and Jay L. Garfield, eds., Buddhist Philosophy: Essential Readings. New York: Oxford University Press, pp. 320-333.
    2009e  “The Commentaries of the Four Clever Men: A Doctrinal and Philosophical Corpus in the Bon po rDzogs chen Tradition.” In East & West 59, pp. 107-130.
   2009f   “Les pensées tibétaines,” (with Stéphane Arguillère), in Roger-Pol Droit, ed., Philosophies d’ailleurs 1: Les pensées indiennes, chinoises et tibétaines. Paris: Hermann, pp. 323-484.

2009g  “Preliminary remarks on the Grub mtha’ chen mo of Bya ’Chad kha ba Ye shes rdo rje,” in Sanskrit Manuscripts in China, ed. Ernst Steinkellner. Beijing: China Tibetology Publishing House, pp. 137-152.

2010a   “Between Na Rak and a Hard Place:  Evil Rebirth and the Violation of Vows in Early Rnying ma pa Sources and Their Dunhuang Antecedents,” in M. T. Kapstein and S. van Schaik, eds., Esoteric Buddhist at Dunhuang: Rites for this Life and Beyond, pp. 163-203. 

2010b  “Chos-rgyal ’Phags-pa’s Advice to a Mongolian Noblewoman,” in Historical and Philological Studies of China’s Western Regions, vol. 3, 135-143.

2011a  “Just where on Jambudvīpa are we? New Geographical Knowledge and Old Cosmological Schemes in Eighteenth-century Tibet,” in Sheldon Pollock, ed., Forms of Knowledge in Early Modern Asia: Explorations in the Intellectual History of India and Tibet, 1500-1800. Durham NC: Duke University Press, pp. 336-364. 

2011b   The Dialectic of Eternal Heaven: A Tibetan Defense of Mongol Imperial Religion,” in Mahāmudrā and the Kagyü Tradition. Eds. Matthew T. Kapstein and Roger Jackson. Andiast, Suisse: International Institute for Tibetan and Buddhist Studies GmbH, pp. 259-316.

2011c  “Buddhist Thought in Tibet: An Historical Introduction, in William Edelglass and Jay L. Garfield, eds., The Oxford Handbook of World Philosophies. Oxford University Press, pp. 244-262.

2012   “Tibetan Poetry,” in Roland Greene, ed., The New Princeton Encyclopedia of Poetry and Poetics, 4th edition. Princeton University Press.

2013a (in press) “'Spiritual Exercise' and Buddhist Epistemologists in India and Tibet,” in Steven Emmanuel, ed., A Companion to Buddhist Philosophy. Oxford: Blackwell.

2013b (in press) Stoics and Bodhisattvas, in Stephen Clark, Michael McGhee and Michael Chase, eds., Philosophy as a Way of Life. Oxford: Blackwell.


 

Book Reviews

 Nalanda Translation Committee, The Rain of Wisdom, in Journal of the Tibet Society 4 (1984): 78-82.

 J. Hopkins, Meditation on Emptiness, in Philosophy East and West XXXVI/1 (1986): 68-71.

 R. Thurman, Tsong Kha-pa's Speech of Gold, in Philosophy East and West XXXVI/2 (1986): 184-87.

 The Collected Works of A. Csoma de Körös, in Journal of Oriental Studies, vol. 23/1 (1988): 137-39.

Paul Griffiths, On Being Mindless, in Journal of Religion 68/2 (April 1988): 344-346.

 L. Lhalungpa, trans., Mahâmudrâ: The Quintessence of Mind and Meditation, in The Journal of the International Association of Buddhist Studies, 13/1 (1990): 101-14.

“Three Recent Publications on Artwork from the Tibetan Collections of Europe,” in Himalayan Research Bulletin X(1) 1990: 33-36.

 Andrew Tuck, Comparative Philosophy and the Philosophy of Scholarship, in Journal of Religion 72/3 (1992): 474-475.

 Reginald Ray, Buddhist Saints in India, in The Journal of Religion 76/3 (1996): 523-526.

 Donald Lopez, Prisoners of Shangri-la, in Journal of Asian Studies 57/4 (1998): 1151-1153.

 Toni Huber, The Cult of Pure Crystal Mountain, in Journal of Asian Studies 58/4 (1999): 1131-1133.

 Ben-Ami Scharfstein, A Comparative History of World Philosophy, in Journal of Religion 80/3 (2000): 526-527.

 Peter Harvey, An Introduction to Buddhist Ethics, in Ethics 113/1 (Oct. 2002): 161-163.

 Gyurme Dorje, Tibetan Elemental Divination Paintings: Illuminated Manuscripts from The White Beryl of Sangs-rgyas-rgya-mtsho. In Journal of Asian Studies 63/1 (2004): 185-186.

 Tadeusz Skorupski, The Buddhist Forum, Volume VI. In Bulletin of the London School of Oriental and African Studies 67/2 (2004): 266.

 Elizabeth English, Vajrayoginī: Her Visualizations, Rituals, and Forms. In Journal of Religion 84/3 (2004): 498-499.

Anne E. Monius, Imagining a Place for Buddhism, in History of Religions 45/1 (2005): 73-76.

Alex McKay, The History of Tibet, in The Journal of Asian Studies (2005): 739-742.

Jan Nattier, A Few Good Men: The Bodhisattva Path According to the Inquiry of Ugra (Ugraparipcchā), The Journal  of  Religion, Vol. 85, No. 3 (Jul., 2005), pp. 528-530.

 G. Tsering, G. Hazod et P. Sørensen, Civilization at the Foot of Mount Sham-po, in Journal of the American Oriental Society 125/2 (2005): 340-41.

Susan Naquin, Peking: Temples and City Life, in History of Religions, Vol. 45, No. 4 (May, 2006), pp. 376-378.

Gyurme Dorje, Graham Coleman, and Thupten Jinpa, The Tibetan Book of the Dead, in Parabola 31/2 (2006).

James Duerlinger, Buddhist Theories of Persons: Vasubandhu's 'Refutation of the Theory of a Self,' in Journal of the American Oriental Society 128/3 (2008): 613-615. 

Jérôme Ducor and Helen Loveday, Le Sūtra des Contemplations du Buddha Vie-Infinie, Essai d'interprétation textuelle et iconographique, in Ars Asiatiques 67 (2012): 148-149.
     Jacob Dalton, The Taming of the Demons: Violence and Liberation in Tibetan Buddhism, in Harvard Journal of Asiatic Studies 73/1 (2013): 177-184. 


 

Prefaces, etc.

“Two Songs by Tulshig Rinpoche” in H.R. Downs, Rhythms of a Himalayan Village (New York: Harper and Row, 1979), pp. 21 & 169‑170.

“The Four-Themed Precious Garland of Longchen Rabjampa,” in Stephen Batchelor, ed., The Jewel in the Lotus: A Guide to the Buddhist Traditions of Tibet (London: Wisdom, 1987), pp. 137-69.

In Who's Who in Religion (London: Macmillan, 1991): “Abhayâkaragupta,” “Bdud-'joms Rinpoche,” “Jenghiz Khan,” “Karmapa I-XVI,” “Khyung-po Rnal-'byor,” “Klong-chen Rab-'byams-pa,” “Kong-sprul Rin-po-che,” “Padmasambhava,” “Pan-chen Bla-ma I-VII,” “Saraha.”

Preface to Stephen Beyer, The Classical Tibetan Language 1992.

In The New Princeton Encyclopedia of Poetry and Poetics, 3rd edition ed., Alex Preminger and T. V. F. Brogan (Princeton: Princeton University Press, 1993): “Tibetan Poetry” (collaboration with Tulku Thondup Rinpoche).

Preface to Matthieu Ricard, et al., trad. The Life of Shabkar: The Autobiography of a Tibetan Yogin 1994.

Preface to Sherab Dorje, trans. Mahamudra Teachings of the Supreme Siddhas 1995.

"Summary of Lectures at the EPHE," International Dunhuang Project Newsletter, no. 17.

Preface to Richard Kohn, Lord of the Dance: The Mani Rimdu Festival in Nepal and Tibet 2001.

“Translations from the Tibetan,” in Longman's Anthology of World Literature in Six Volumes. Éd. David Damrosch et al. New York: Longman. 2002.

The Prayer of Great Power. Thimphu, Bhutan: The Center for Bhutan Studies, 2003. 18 pp.

“Qu’est-ce que la philosophie bouddhique?” In Le Nouvelle Observateur, hors-série 50, avril-juin 2003, pp. 4-7.

Introduction to The Buddhism Omnibus. New Delhi: Oxford University Press, 2003.

Preface to Sangda Dorje and Nicholas Tournadra, Manual of Standard Tibetan. Ithaca, New York: Snow Lion, 2004.

Preface to Modern Tibetan Literature and Social Change. Ed. Lauran R. Hartley and Patricia Schiaffini-Vedani. Chapel Hill, North Carolina: Duke University Press.

“Au pays des mantras,” in Le Nouvelle Observateur, hors-série 71, jan.-fév. 2009, pp. 44-45.

Preface to Tsepon W. D. Shakabpa, One Hundred Thousand Moons, trans. Derek Maher. 2010.


 

Publications of the SUNY Buddhist Studies Series under MTK's editorial direction:

1992a. Kenneth Kraft, ed. Inner Peace, World Peace: Essays on Buddhism and Nonviolence.

1992b. Stephen Beyer, The Classical Tibetan Language.

1992c. S.D. Goodman and R.M. Davidson, eds. Tibetan Buddhism: Reason and Revelation.

1992d. Janet Gyatso, ed. In the Mirror of Memory.

1993a. John Ross Carter, On Understanding Buddhists.

1993b. Gareth Sparham, trans., Ocean of Eloquence.

1994a. Matthieu Ricard, et al., trans. The Life of Shabkar: The Autobiography of a Tibetan Yogin.

1994b. Herbert V. Guenther. Wholeness Lost and Wholeness Regained: Forgotten Tales of Individuation from Ancient Tibet.

1994c. Anne Klein, Path to the Middle.

1994d. John P. Keenan, How Master Mou Removes Our Doubts.

1995a. Julian Pas, Visions of Sukhavati.

1995b. Phra Prayudh Payutto, Buddhadhamma: Natural Laws and Values for Life.

1996. Taigen Daniel Leighton, Dogen's Pure Standards for the Zen Community.

1997a. John J. Makransky, Buddhahood Embodied: Sources of Controversy in India and Tibet.

1997b. Georges Dreyfus, Recognizing Reality.

1997c. Galen Amstutz, Interpreting Amida: History and Orientalism in the Study of Pure Land Buddhism.

1998. D. K. Swearer and S. Premchit, The Legend of Queen Cāma.

1999a. Cyrus Stearns, Buddha from Dolpo.

1999b. Joseph D. Parker, Zen Buddhist Landscape Arts of Early Muromachi Japan.

2000a. Dennis Hirota, ed., Toward a Contemporary Understanding of Pure Land Buddhism.

2000b. Todd Lewis, Popular Buddhist Texts from Nepal.

2001a. Richard Kohn, Lord of the Dance: The Mani Rimdu Festival in Nepal and Tibet.

2001b. Ranjini Obeyesekere, Portraits of Buddhist Women.

2002a. Jared Rhoton, Sakya Pandita’s Three Codes.

2002b. Glenn Wallis, A Study of the Mañjuśrīmūlakalpa.

2002c. John Holt, Jacob Kinnard, and Jonathan Walters, eds. Constituting Communities: Theravadin Buddhism and the Religious Cultures of South and Southeast Asia.