2015/08/27
Vol.4, No.2 Takahashi

Contents>> Vol. 4, No. 2 Food Supply in Cambodian Buddhist Temples: Focusing on the Roles and Practices of Lay Female Ascetics Takahashi Miwa* * 高橋美和, College of Human and Cultural Sciences, Aikoku Gakuen University, 1532 Yotsukaido, Yotsukaido City, Chiba 284-0005, Japan e-mail: miwat[at]aikoku-u.ac.jp This article, based on field research in temples in urban areas of Cambodia, aims to examine the roles of lay ascetics in Cambodian Buddhist temples from the viewpoint of the food supply system for temple residents. A number of Cambodian Buddhist temples are not only monasteries inhabited by monks but also residential places for laypeople of various categories, including female ascetics called daun chi. Cambodians in general […]

2012/04/03
Vol 1. No 1. of Southeast Asian Studies

Published in April, 2012 CONTENTS Articles Caring for the Dead Ritually in Cambodia ・・・ John Clifford HOLT State Recognition or State Appropriation? Land Rights and Land Disputes among the Bugkalot/Ilongot of Northern Luzon, Philippines ・・・ Shu-Yuan YANG Javanese Women and Islam: Identity Formation since the Twentieth Century ・・・ Kurniawati Hastuti Dewi Research Report Decision Support System Research and Development Network for Agricultural and Natural Resource Management in Thailand: A TRF-DSS Experience ・・・ Attachai JINTRAWET et al. Book Reviews Edward Aspinall and Gerry van Klinken, eds. The State and Illegality in Indonesia. Leiden: KITLV Press, 2010, 328 p, with bibliography and index. ・・・ Rommel A. CURAMING Caroline S. Hau and Kasian […]

 

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