Buddhism in Korea reading list

Seated statue of the Buddha Sokkuram, Korea, Shilia Period (700-750 AD). Photography by Richard Fabi 2005, Wikipedia Commons.

Seated statue of the Buddha Sokkuram, Korea, Shilia Period (700-750 AD). Photography by Richard Fabi 2005, Wikipedia Commons.

Dong-chu, Lee (ed), Koryo bulhwa: Hanguk-ui mi 7 (Koryo Buddhist Paintings: Arts of Korea no. 7), Chungang Ilbosa, Seoul, 1981

Lancaster, Lewis. R, Suh, Kikun, Yu Chai-shin (ed), Buddhism in Koryo: A Royal Religion, University of California, Berkeley, 1996,
1-55729-053-9

Lancaster, Lewis. R, Yu Chai-shin  (ed), Buddhism in the Early Choson: Suppression and Transformation, University of California, Berkeley, 1996, 1-55729-054-7

Lancaster, Lewis. R and Yu Chai-shin (eds), Introduction of Buddhism to Korea: New Cultural Patterns, Asian Humanities Press, Berkeley, 1989

Myong-tae, Mun (ed), Choson pulhwa: hanguk-ui mi 16 (Choson Dynasty Buddhist Paintings: Arts of Korea no 16), Chungang Ilbosa, Seoul, 1984

Pak, Youngsook, Whitfield, Roderick, Handbook of Korean Art: Buddhist Sculpture, Laurence King Publishing, London, 2003, 1-856693-58-9

Shim Jae-ryong, Korean Buddhism: Tradition and Transformation Korean Studies Series No.8, Jimoondang Publishing Company, Seoul, Korea, 1999, 89-88095-08-1

Sorensen, Henrik. H, The Iconography of Korean Buddhist Painting, Brill, Leiden, 1989

Su-Yong, Hwang (ed), Pulsang: hanguk-ui mi 10 ( Buddhist Sculpture: Arts of Korea series No.10 ), Chungang Ilbosa, Seoul, 1994

Washizuka, Park and Kang, Tramnsmitting the Form of Divinity; Early Buddhist Art from Korea and Japan, Japan Society, New York, 2003

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