Journal of Buddhist Studies (issn 2692-7357, electronic issn 2692-739X) is the academic study of Buddhism. Is a Journal of the U.S. Sangha for Buddhist Studies. Scholars of Buddhist studies focus on the history, culture, archaeology, arts, philology, anthropology, sociology, theology, philosophy, practices, interreligious comparative studies and other subjects related to Buddhism.
Front Matter of JBS
Articles in Journal of Buddhist Studies do not necessarily represent the views of the editors or the Dharma Mountain Publishing or the Sakyamuni Buddhist Sangha of the U.S. Although the editors are responsible for their selection and acceptance, responsibility for the opinions expressed and the accuracy of statements contained in articles rests with their authors.
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This applies to both traditional articles and the other formats (research notes, essays, etc.) which the journal will provide space for. Such work would also involve greater interrogation of the normative and ethical assumptions of practice rather than taking such matters for granted. The essays presented here represent a fraction of what remains to be learned about of Buddhism.