Research Encyclopedia Entry
“Global Buddhism.” The Oxford Encyclopedia of Buddhism, Oxford University Press (forthcoming).
Mapping Modern Mahayana: Chinese Buddhism and Migration in the Age of Global Modernity. Berlin: De Gruyter, 2021.
Peer Reviewed Articles
“The Buddha in Bronkhorstspruit: The Transnational Spread of the Taiwanese Buddhist Order Fo Guang Shan to South Africa.” Contemporary Buddhism, special issue: Transnational Buddhism, 2020.
“Sacred Secularities: Ritual and Social Engagement in a Global Buddhist China.” Religions, special issue: Religiosity, Secularity and Pluralism in the Global East, edited by Yang Fenggang, 2018, vol. 9, no. 11.
Reprinted in Yang Fenggang, Francis Jae-ryong Song, and Sakurai Yoshihide, eds. Religiosity, Secularity and Pluralism in the Global East. Basel: MDPI 2019.
Reprinted in Humanistic Buddhism: Journal, Arts, and Culture 23 (September 2019): 202-221 (English), 112-135 (Chinese translation).
Migrating Buddhas and Global Confucianism: The Transnational Space Making of Taiwanese Religious Organizations. Nikolas Broy / Jens Reinke / Philip Clart, SFB 1199 TP03 working paper, Leipzig University, 2017.
“Innovation and Continuity in the Pure Lands: Pure Land Discourses and Practices at the Taiwanese Buddhist Order Dharma Drum Mountain.” Journal of Chinese Buddhist Studies, 2017, vol. 30, New Taipei: Chung-Hwa Institute of Buddhist Studies.
“Generating Global Pure Lands: Renjian Buddhist Civic Engagement within and beyond Chinese Diaspora Communities Worldwide.” Transnational Religious Spaces? Religious Organizations and their Interaction in Africa, East Asia, and beyond. Edited volume by Philip Clart and Adam Jones, Berlin, De Gruyter 2020.