“Where Is Buddhism?”
- Mourning the Unborn Dead
- Oxford University Press
The postscript reviews the arguments and evidence of the preceding chapters and calls for a more comprehensive approach to studying the Americanization of Buddhism that includes both multiple Buddhist communities and the contributions of non-Buddhists. It also points out how rituals need not be performed in order to have effects: imagining, learning about, or discussing rituals can in some cases be as important and effective as actual performance.
acculturation, American Buddhism, mizuko kuyō
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