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Daoist (Taoist) Studies

Selected Titles and Texts in English

Dao de Jing: the book of the way / Laozi translated by Moss Roberts; Berkeley: University of California Press, 2001 (eBook)

Zhuangzi: the essential writings with selections from traditional commentaries / translated, with introduction and notes by Briik Ziporyn. Indianapolis: Hackett Pub. Co., 2009. (Location: Hayden Stacks  BL1900.C5 E 2009)

The Encyclopedia of Taoism provides comprehensive coverage of Taoist religion, thought and history, reflecting the current state of Taoist scholarship. The work contains approximately 1,750 entries, which fall into the following broad categories: surveys of general topics; schools and traditions; persons; texts; terms; deities; immortals; temples and other sacred sites. (eBook)

Taoism and the arts of China/ Stephen Little with Shawn Eichman; with essays by Patricia Ebrey [et al.]; Chicago: Art Insitute of Chicago in association with University of California Press; 2000 (Location: Hayden Stacks N8199.T3 L58 2000)

Ancestors and anxiety: Daoism and the birth or rebirth in China / Stephen R. Bokenkamp; Berkeley: University of California Press, 2007 (eBook)

Early Daoist scriptures / Stephen R. Bokenkamp; Berkeley: University of California Press, 1997. (Location: Hayden Stacks  BL1920 .B64 1997)

The Taoist body / Kristofer Schipper; Berkeley: University of California Press, 1993 (Location: Hayden Stacks BL1920 .S2813 1993)

Selected Titles and Texts in Chinese

ASU Libraries has an extensive collection of titles in Chinese. Most are located in in the East Asia Collection in the basement of Hayden Library. Here are a few of the most current titles:

道教的信仰與思想 / 孙亦平著. Dao jiao de xin yang yu si xiang / Sun Yiping zhu. Taibei Shi : Dong da tu shu gong si, 2008. (Location: Hayden East Asia BL1920 .S87 2008)

六朝道敎靈寶派硏究 / 蕭登福著. Liu chao dao jiao ling bao pai yan jiu / Xiao Dengfu zhu. Taibei Shi : Xin wen feng chu ban gong si, 2008. (Location: Hayden East Asia  BL1910.X536 2008 v. and v.2)

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