Asiatica Association

International Journal of Tantric Studies (IJTS): Call for Papers

25 oct 2011, archived in ijts

We are seeking academics and bona fide scholars to write and submit finished papers and review papers to our scholarly online publication (established 1995), the International Journal of Tantric Studies (IJTS). The IJTS is open to all bona fide scholars in Hindu and Buddhist Tantric and Tantra-related studies, translations and translators in Sanskrit, Bengali, Vernacular, Tibetan, Chinese, Japanese, etc. We are looking for articles that engage any aspect of this broad theme.

Before submitting your paper / paper review, please read our Submission Guidelines. We plan to publish all the IJTS papers in hard copy shortly. Depending on the next issue, hopefully by the end of the year.

IJTS editors: Enrica Garzilli (Editor-in-Chief), Michael Witzel (Managing Editor), Roberto Donatoni, Minoru Hara, David N. Lorenzen, Benjamin Prejado, Michael Rabe, Debabrata Sensharma, Karel van Kooij.

Latest papers:  “Beyond The Hindu Frontier. Jaina-Vaiṣṇava Syncretism In The Gujarātī Diaspora (part I & part II)” by Peter Flügel; “The Conservative Character of Tantra: Secrecy, Sacrifice and This-Worldly Power in Bengali Śākta Tantra” by Hugh B. Urban; “Traditions in Transition: Meditative Concepts in the Development of Tantric Sādhana” by Stuart R. Sarbacker; “The Realm of the Divine: Three MaNDalas from the NiSpannayogAvalI” by Terence M. Hays; “Magically Storming the Gates of Buddhahood: Extensible Text Technology (XML/XSLT) as a Simulacrum for Research” by John Robert Gardner; “Mahamahopadhyaya Dr. Gopinath Kaviraj, My Teacher: As I Saw Him” by Debabrata Sensharma; “Philosophie de l'akula-kula selon les écoles des kaulas du Tantrisme de l'Inde” by Dominique Boubouleix; “Review Paper: The Mythology of BrahmA” by Paolo Magnone; “Sexual Imagery on the "Phantasmagorical Castles" at Khajuraho” by Michael Rabe; “Computer Space: The New Nina fonts and Macros” by Ludovico Magnocavallo; “Tantra and Dharma Teachers from Kashmir in Nepal” by Michael Witzel; “Computer Space: Typing Devanagari on a Standard Keyboard” by Derick Miller ; “Computer Space” by Ludovico Magnocavallo; “The Unique Position of the Spanda School Among the Others of the Trika System of Kazmir” by Enrica Garzilli.

Send proposals to Enrica Garzilli: garzilli@asiatica.org


Dr Enrica Garzilli
Asiatica Association, IJTS & JSAWS

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