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Mu Peng(彭牧), Religion and Religious Practices in Rural China (《中国农村的宗教与宗教实践》),Routledge, 2020.

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Religion and Religious Practices in Rural China, Mu Peng, Routledge, 2020

https://www.routledge.com/Religion-and-Religious-Practices-in-Rural-China/Peng/p/book/9780367347772

hardback: ISBN: 780367347772

ebook: ISBN: 9780429327896

 

彭牧的英文专著Religion and Religious Practices in Rural China (《中国农村的宗教与宗教实践》)由著名学术出版社Routledge 2020出版。

 

  本书考察了大部分中国人的日常宗教生活如何与西方不同,可以不依赖于制度化的宗教传教而展开。基于作者在中国农村过去十多年的田野作业,本书展示了家庭中举行的人生礼仪和岁时庆典如何在形塑民众的宗教倾向与特点到至为关键的作用。通过聚焦家庭这个中国文化与社会的核心单元,本书揭示了内嵌于家庭日常生活中的文化传统。这一文化传统以阴阳宇宙观世界观为根本基础,其中祖先、神灵与鬼处于阴间,而活人处于阳间。本书集中讨论了拜这一本土概念理论阐释力拜既指具体的、表达敬意的身体动作,如鞠躬、下跪、上供等,又指人们总体的宗教倾向与特点,也即人们对于那个并不遥远的阴间世界的态度。总体而言,本书表明,宗教在中国人的日常生活实践中,并不是一个单独孤立的领域,而是通过信仰观念、人生礼俗和年节仪式实践有机地融合成的一种栖居于世界的方式,而这个世界则由周期性互动交流的阴间与阳间共同构成。

  

 

 

  

Religion and Religious Practices in Rural China

   

This book explores how, unlike in the West, the daily religious life of most Chinese people spreads without institutional propagation. Based upon more than a decade of field research in rural China, the book demonstrates the decisive role of rites of passage and yearly festival rituals held in every household in shaping people’s religious dispositions. It focuses on the family, the unit most central to Chinese culture and society, and reveals the repertoire embodied in daily life in a world envisioned as comprising both the “yin” world of ancestors, spirits, and ghosts, and the “yang” world of the living. It discusses especially the concept of bai, which refers to both concrete bodily movements that express respect and awe, such as bowing, kneeling, or holding up ritual offerings, and to people’s religious inclinations and dispositions, which indicate that they are aware of a spiritual realm that is separate from yet close to the world of the living. Overall, the book shows that the daily practices of religion are not a separate sphere, but rather belief and ritual integrated into a way of dwelling in a world envisaged as consisting of both the “yin” and the “yang” worlds that regularly communicate with each other.

 

Mu Peng is an Associate Professor in the Institute of Folk Literature at Beijing

Normal University.

 

Routledge Religion in Contemporary Asia Series

Edited by Bryan S. Turner

Professor at the City University of New York and Director of the Centre for Religion and Society at the University of Western Sydney

 

  

 

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6.      Catholics and Everyday Life in Macau Changing Meanings of Religiosity, Morality and Civility

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7.   Sufi Political Thought

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8.      Modernist Reformers in Islam, Hinduism and Confucianism, 1865–1935

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Mu Peng

 

 

Religion and Religious Practices in Rural China

  

Mu Peng

 

  

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

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ISBN: 978-0-367-34777-2 (hbk)

ISBN: 978-0-429-32789-6 (ebk)

Typeset in Times New Roman by Lumina Datamatics Limited

 

 

Contents

 

List of maps vi

List of figures vii

A note on units of measurement and Romanization xi

Acknowledgments xii

Introduction xv

1  Words and things: A theoretical map 1

2  Dixia, difu, and diyu: The contour of the yin world 38

3    Encountering death: Funeral rituals in practice 71

4    Bai, offering incense and hosting: Communicating

with the yin world 119

5  Doing handicraft: Bridging the yin and yang 159

6    Esoteric knowledge: Imitating masters 194

7    Reflection: I just could not bai 221

Glossary 227

Index 235

 

 



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