J. McDaniel
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The Lovelorn Ghost and the Magical Monk: Practicing Buddhism in Modern Thailand
J. McDaniel
Art
27 September 2011
AcknowledgmentsNote on TranscriptionIntroduction1. Monks and Kings2. Texts and Magic3. Rituals and Liturgies4. Art and ObjectsConclusionNotesBibliographyIndex
69 Citations
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Buddhist ‘nuns’ (mae chi) and the teaching of Pali in contemporary Thailand*
S. Collins, J. McDaniel
Sociology
Modern Asian Studies

21 April 2010
Abstract This paper presents an ethnographic account of Buddhist ‘nuns’ involved in the teaching of Pali language and Abhidhamma in contemporary Thailand. It also reflects on both the emic-Buddhist… Expand
24 Citations
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The agency between images: the relationships among ghosts, corpses, monks, and deities at a buddhist monastery in thailand
J. McDaniel
Art
1 July 2011
ABSTRACT The ghost, Mae Nak, is well-known in Thai Buddhism as a protector of soldiers, pregnant mothers, and young lovers. Her shrine at Wat Mahabut (a monastery in Bangkok) is an important center… Expand
10 Citations
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Transformative History. Nihon Ryōiki and Jinakālamālīpakaraṇam
J. McDaniel
History
30 June 2002
7 Citations
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The Legend Of Queen Cāma: Bodhiraṃsi's Cāmadevīvaṃsa, A Translation And Commentary
J. McDaniel, Donald K. Swearer, S. Premchit
History
1 October 2002
10 Citations
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Gathering Leaves and Lifting Words: Histories of Buddhist Monastic Education in Laos and Thailand
J. McDaniel
Geography
25 August 2008
AcknowledgmentsNote on TranscriptionIntroduction PART I. Structural Mechanisms: The Institutional History of Monastic Education 1. From the Sala Vat to the Institut Bouddhique 2. Wandering LibrariansExpand
87 Citations
Buddhists in Modern Southeast Asia
J. McDaniel
Psychology
1 November 2010
This article contrasts the study of Southeast Asian Buddhist social and political movements and institutions (ecclesiastical, colonial, royal, or governmental) with the study of individuals who are… Expand
6 Citations
Two Bullets in a Balustrade: How the Burmese Have Been Removed from Northern Thai Buddhist History
J. McDaniel
History
2007
This article questions the way the Burmese period of Northern Thailand has been depicted by Thai and international scholars. The Burmese have generally been described as violent invaders whose rule… Expand
5 Citations
This Hindu Holy Man is a Thai Buddhist
J. McDaniel
History
1 June 2013
Looking closely at the figures of the Brahmin and the hermit in Thai Buddhism, the author argues that, despite the prevalence of these figures in modern and pre-modern Thai art, literature and… Expand
11 Citations
The Choices of a Priest on the Edge of Toyota City
J. McDaniel
Sociology
31 December 2017
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