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2015 Asian Studies Development Program Buddhist Asia: Traditions, Transmissions and Transformations 1 Buddhist Art and Architecture in Southeast Asia Wednesday, June 17, 2015, 9:00 a.m. Noon Paul A. Lavy, Ph.D. Associate Professor of South and Southeast Asian Art History University of Hawaii at Manoa Office: Art 219 Office Phone: (808) 956-5259 E-mail: paul.lavy@hawaii.edu Assigned Reading for Session Denise Patry Leidy, Southeast Asia: Diffusion and Divergence (chapter 8), in The Art of Buddhism: An Introduction to Its History and Meaning (Boston: Shambhala, 2009), pp. 162-187. John Miksic, Architecture and Symbolism (part II), in Borobudur: Golden Tales of the Buddhas (Hong Kong: Periplus, 1990), pp. 36-59. Recommended for Further Reading I. General and Surveys Brown, Robert L. Bodhgaya and South-East Asia. In Bodhgaya, the Site of Enlightenment, ed. Janice Leoshko. Bombay: Marg Publications, 1988, pp. 101-124. ______. Carrying Buddhism: The Role of Metal Icons in the Spread and Development of Buddhism. Amsterdam: Royal Netherlands Academy of Arts and Sciences, 2014. Chutiwongs, Nandana. The Iconography of Avalokitevara in Mainland South East Asia. New Delhi: Aryan Books International, 2002. Girard-Geslan, Maud et al. Art of Southeast Asia. New York: Harry N. Abrams, 1998. Guy, John. Lost Kingdoms: Hindu-Buddhist Sculpture of Early Southeast Asia. New York: Metropolitan Museum of Art, 2014. Lall, Vikram. The Golden Lands: Cambodia, Indonesia, Laos, Myanmar, Thailand & Vietnam (Architecture of the Buddhist World). Abbeville Press, 2014. Skilling, Peter. The Advent of Theravda Buddhism to Mainland South-east Asia. Journal of the International Association of Buddhist Studies vol. 20, no. 1 (Summer 1997): pp. 93-107. 2015 Asian Studies Development Program Buddhist Asia: Traditions, Transmissions and Transformations 2 ______. Traces of the Dharma: Preliminary Reports on Some ye dhamm and ye dharm inscriptions from Mainland South-East Asia. Bulletin de l'cole franaise d'Extrme-Orient vol. 90-91 (2003): pp. 273-287. ______. Buddhist Sealings: Reflections on Terminology, Motivation, Donors Status, School-Affiliation, and Print-Technology. In South Asian Archaeology 2001 vol. 2, Historical Archaeology and Art History, eds. Catherine Jarrige & Vincent Lefvre. Paris: ditions recherches sur les civilisations, 2005, pp. 677-685. ______. Buddhist Sealings in Thailand and Southeast Asia: Iconography, Function, and Ritual Context. In Interpreting Southeast Asia's Past: Monument, Image and Text vol. 2, eds. Elisabeth A. Bacus, Ian C. Glover and Peter D. Sharrock. Singapore: Press, 2008: pp. 248-262. Woodward, Hiram. A Review Article: Esoteric Buddhism in Southeast Asia in the Light of Recent Scholarship. Journal of Southeast Asian Studies 35, 2 (June 2004): pp. 329-354. II. Cambodia Baptiste, Pierre and Thierry Zphir. Lart khmer dans les collections du Muse Guimet. Paris: Runion des muses nationaux, 2008. Clark, Joyce, ed. Bayon: New Perspectives. Bangkok: River Books, 2007. Cort, Louise Allison and Paul Jett, eds. Gods of Angkor: Bronzes from the National Museum of Cambodia. Washington, D.C.: Arthur M. Sackler Gallery, Smithsonian Institute, 2010. Harris, Ian. Cambodian Buddhism: History and Practice. Honolulu: University of Hawaii Press, 2005. Jacques, Claude and Philippe Lafond. The Khmer Empire: Cities and Sanctuaries, Fifth to Thirteenth Centuries. Bangkok: River Books, 2007. Jessup, Helen Ibbitson and Thierry Zephir, eds. Sculpture of Angkor and Ancient Cambodia: Millennium of Glory. Washington, D.C.: National Gallery of Art, 1997. Sharrock, Peter D. Hevajra at Bantay Chmr. The Journal of the Walters Art Museum (A Curators Choice: Essays in Honor of Hiram W. Woodward, Jr.) 64/65 (2006-7): pp. 49-64. ______. The Mystery of the Bayon Face Towers. In Bayon, New Perspectives, ed. Joyce Clark. Bangkok: River Books, 2007: pp. 230-81. ______. Garua, Vajrapi and religious change in Jayavarman VIIs Angkor. Journal of Southeast Asian Studies 40, 1 (February 2009): pp. 111-151. 2015 Asian Studies Development Program Buddhist Asia: Traditions, Transmissions and Transformations 3 ______. Krtipaita and the Tantras in 10th century Cambodia. Udaya 10 (2009): pp. 203-37. ______. Serpents and Buddhas. In Connecting Empires and States: Selected Papers from the 13th International Conference of the European Association of Southeast Asian Archaeologists, eds. Lin Tjoa-Bonatz, Andreas Reinecke and Dominik Bonatz. Singapore: NUS Press, 2012, pp. 118-126. ______. The Tantric Roots of the Buddhist Pantheon of Jayavarman VII. In Materializing Southeast Asias Past: Selected Papers from the 12th International Conference of the European Association of Southeast Asian Archaeologists, vol. 2 eds Marijke J. Klokke & Vronique Degroot. Singapore: NUS Press, 2013, pp. 41-55. ______. The Yoginis of the Bayon (ch. 10). In 'Yogin' in South Asia: Interdisciplinary Approaches, ed. Istvn Keul. London: Routledge, 2013, pp. 117-129. ______, ed. Banteay Chhmar: Garrison Temple of the Khmer Empire. Bangkok: River Books, 2015. Thompson, Ashley. Changing Perspectives: Cambodia after Angkor. In Sculpture of Angkor and Ancient Cambodia: Millennium of Glory. Washington, D.C.: National Gallery of Art, 1997, pp. 22-32. Woodward, Hiram. The Karandavyuha Sutra and Buddhist Art in 10th-Century Cambodia. In Buddhist Art: Form and Meaning, ed. Pratapaditya Pal (Mumbai: Marg Publications, 2007), pp. 70-83. III. Indonesia Bernet Kempers, A.J. The bronzes of Nalanda and Hindu-Javanese art. Bijdragen tot de Taal-, Land- en Volkenkunde 90 (1933): pp. 1-110. Brown, Robert L. Place in the Sacred Biography at Borobudur. In Pilgrims, Patrons, and Place: Localizing Sanctity in Asian Religions, eds. Phyllis Granoff and Koichi Shinohara. Vancouver: UBC Press, 2003, pp. 249-263. Fontein, Jan. The Sculpture of Indonesia. Washington, DC: National Gallery of Art, 1990. ______. Entering the Dharmadhatu: A Study of the Gandavyuha Reliefs of Borobudur. Leiden: Brill, 2012. Gifford, Julie. Buddhist Practice and Visual Culture: The Visual Rhetoric of Borobudur. Routledge, 2014. 2015 Asian Studies Development Program Buddhist Asia: Traditions, Transmissions and Transformations 4 Griffiths, Arlo. Written Traces of the Buddhist Past: Mantras and Dhras in Indonesian Inscriptions, Bulletin of the School of Oriental and African Studies, 77, 1 (2014): pp. 137-194. Huntington, Susan L. Some Connections between Metal Images of Northeast India and Java, in Ancient Indonesian Sculpture. M.J. Klokke and P. Lunsingh Scheurleer, eds. (Leiden: KITLV, 1994), pp. 57-75. Kieven, Lydia. Following the Cap-Figure in Majapahit Temple Reliefs: A New Look at the Religious Function of East Javanese Temples, Fourteenth and Fifteenth Centuries. Leiden: Brill, 2013. Kinney, Ann R. with Marijke J. Klokke and Lydia Kieven. Worshiping Siva and Buddha: The Temple Art of East Java. Honolulu: University of Hawaii Press, 2003. Miksic, John. The Buddhist-Hindu Divide in Premodern Southeast Asia. Nalanda-Sriwijaya Centre Working Paper Series no. 1 (September 2010), pp. 1-37. Miksic, John et al. Borobudur: Majestic, Mysterious, Magnificent. Yogyakarta, Indonesia: Taman Wisata Candi Borobudur, Prambanan & Ratu Boko, 2010. O'Brien, Kate, trans. Sutasoma: the ancient tale of a Buddha-Prince from 14th century Java by the poet Mpu Tantular. Bangkok: Orchid Press, 2008. Reichle, Natasha. Violence and Serenity: Late Buddhist Sculpture from Indonesia. University of Hawaii Press, 2007. IV. Laos Giteau, Madeleine. Art et archologie du Laos. Paris: Picard, 2001. Gosling, Betty. Old Luang Prabang. Oxford University Press, 1996. Heywood, Denise. Ancient Luang Prabang. Bangkok: River Books, 2005. Holt, John Clifford. Spirits of the Place: Buddhism and Lao Religious Culture. Honolulu: University of Hawaii Press, 2009. V. Myanmar (Burma) Bautze-Picron, Claudine. The Buddhist Murals of Pagan: Timeless Vistas of the Cosmos. Trumbull, CT: Weatherhill, 2003. Fraser-Lu, Sylvia and Donald M. Stadtner, eds. Buddhist Art of Myanmar. New York: Asia Society, 2015. 2015 Asian Studies Development Program Buddhist Asia: Traditions, Transmissions and Transformations 5 Moore, Elizabeth H. Early Landscapes of Myanmar. Bangkok: River Books, 2007. Moore, Elizabeth, Hansjrg Mayer, and U-Win Pe. Shwedagon: Golden Pagoda of Myanmar. London: Thames & Hudson, 1999. Schober, Juliane. In the Presence of the Buddha: Ritual Veneration of the Burmese Mahamuni Image. In Sacred Biography in the Buddhist Traditions of South and Southeast Asia, ed. Juliane Schober (Honolulu: University of Hawaii Press, 1997), pp. 259-288. Stadtner, Donald M. The Art of Burma: New Studies. Mumbai: Marg, 1999. ______. Sacred Sites of Burma. Bangkok: River Books, 2010. ______. Ancient Pagan: Buddhist Plain of Merit, 2nd ed. Bangkok: River Books, 2013. Stargardt, Janice. Tracing Thought through Things: The Oldest Pali Texts and the Early Buddhist Archaeology of India and Burma. Amsterdam: Royal Netherlands Academy of Arts and Sciences, 2000. Strachan, Paul. Imperial Pagan: Art and Architecture of Burma. Honolulu: University of Hawaii Press, 1990. VI. Thailand Baptiste, Pierre and Thierry Zphir, eds. Dvravat: aux sources du bouddhisme en Thalande. Paris: Runion des Muses Nationaux and Muse Guimet, 2009. Boisselier, Jean. The Heritage of Thai Sculpture. New York: Weatherhill, 1975. ______. Thai Painting. Tokyo: Kodansha International, 1976. Brown, Robert L. God on Earth: The Walking Buddha in the Art of South and Southeast Asia, Artibus Asiae 50, 1/2 (1990): pp. 73-107. Chirapravati, Pattaratorn. Votive Tablets in Thailand: Origin, Styles, and Uses. Kuala Lumpur: Oxford University Press, 1997. ______. From Text to Image: Copying as Buddhist Practice in Late Fourteenth Century Sukhothai (chapter 11). In Buddhist Manuscript Cultures: Knowledge, Ritual, and Art, ed. Stephen C. Berkwitz, Juliane Schober, and Claudia Brown. London: Routledge, 2009, pp. 172-188. Chutiwongs, Nandana and Denise Patry Leidy. Buddha of the Future: An Early Maitreya from Thailand. New York: The Asia Society Galleries, 1994. 2015 Asian Studies Development Program Buddhist Asia: Traditions, Transmissions and Transformations 6 Gosling, Betty. Sukhothai: its History, Culture, and Art. Singapore: Oxford University Press, 1991. ______. Origins of Thai Art. Trumbull, CT: Weatherhill, 2004. Krairiksh, Piriya. Roots of Thai Art. Bangkok: River Books, 2012. Leksukhum, Santi. Temples of Gold: Seven Centuries of Thai Buddhist Paintings. New York: George Braziller, 2000. McGill, Forrest, ed. The Kingdom of Siam: The Art of Central Thailand, 1350-1800. San Francisco: Asian Art Museum, 2005. ________, ed. Emerald Cities: Arts of Siam and Burma, 1775-1950. San Francisco: Asian Art Museum, 2009. Moore, Elizabeth, Philip Stott, and Suriyavudh Sukhasvasti. Ancient Capitals of Thailand. London: Thames and Hudson, 1996. Revire, Nicolas and Stephen A. Murphy, eds. Before Siam: Essays in Art and Archaeology, eds. Bangkok: River Books, 2014. Reynolds, Frank E. The Holy Emerald Jewel: Some Aspects of Buddhist Symbolism and Political Legitimation in Thailand and Laos. In Religion and Legitimation of Power in Thailand Laos, and Burma, ed. Bardwell Smith. Chambersburg, PA: ANIMA Books, 1978, pp. 175-193. Skilling, Peter et al. Past Lives of the Buddha: Wat Si Chum: Art, Architecture, and Inscriptions. Bangkok: River Books, 2008. Stratton, Carol. Buddhist Sculpture of Northern Thailand. Chiang Mai: Silkworm Books, 2004. Stratton, Carol and Miriam McNair Scott. The Art of Sukhothai: Thailand's Golden Age, from the mid-thirteenth to the mid-fifteenth centuries. Kuala Lumpur: Oxford University Press, 1981. Tambiah, Stanley J. Famous Buddha Images and the Legitimation of Kings: The case of the Sinhala Buddha (Phra Sihing) in Thailand. RES: Anthropology and Aesthetics 4 (Autumn 1982): pp. 5-19. Van Beek. Steve and Luca Invernizzi Tettoni. The Arts of Thailand. Periplus, 1999. Woodward, Hiram. The Sacred Sculpture of Thailand: The Alexander B. Griswold Collection, the Walters Art Gallery. Baltimore: Walters Art Gallery, 1997. ______. The Art and Architecture of Thailand. Leiden: Brill, 2003. 2015 Asian Studies Development Program Buddhist Asia: Traditions, Transmissions and Transformations 7 VII. Vietnam Baptiste, Pierre and Thierry Zphir (eds.). Trsors dart du Vietnam: la sculpture du Champa Ve-XVe sicles. Paris: Runion des Muses Nationaux and Muse Guimet, 2005. Green, Philip Scott Ellis. The Many Faces of Lokevara: Tantric Connections in Cambodia and Camp between the Tenth and Thirteenth Centuries. History of Religions 54, 1 (August 2014), pp. 69-93. Guillon, Emmanuel. Hindu-Buddhist Art of Vietnam: Treasures from Champa. Trumbull, CT: Weatherhill, 2001. Nguyen-Long, Kerry. Arts of Viet Nam, 1009-1945. Hanoi: The Gioi Publishers, 2013. Schweyer, Anne-Valerie. Ancient Vietnam: History and Archaeology. Bangkok: River Books, 2012. Tingley, Nancy, ed. Arts of Ancient Viet Nam: From River Plain to Open Sea. New York: Asia Society, 2009.