Papers delivered at the Symposium of the same name convened at the School of Oriental and African Studies University of London
Buddhist Heritage, Tadeusz Skorupski, editor, Institute of Buddhist Studies, Hardcover, 1989, 276 Pages, $39.00
* D.L. Snellgrove, Multiple Features of the Buddhist Heritage.
* H. Bechert, Aspects of Theravada Buddhism in Sri Lanka and Southeast Asia.
* K.R. Norman, The Pali Language and Scriptures.
* A.H.Christie, Buddhism in Southeast Asia: An Anecdotal Survey.
* J.K. Locke, The Unique Features of Newar Buddhism.
* E. Zürcher, The Impact of Buddhism on Chinese Culture in an Historical Perspective.
* R. Whitfield, Buddhist Monuments in China and Some Recent Finds.
* L.R. Lancaster, The Rock Cut Canon in China: Findings at Fang-shan.
* Youngsook Pak, Excavations of Buddhist Temple Sites in Korea Since 1960.
* Hee-Sung Keel, Word and Wordlessness: The Spirit of Korean Buddhism.
* T. Kubo, Contemporary Lay Buddhist Movements in Japan: A Comparison between the Reiyukai and the Soka Gakkai.
* A. Piatigorsky, Buddhism in Tuva: Preliminary Observations on Religious Syncretism.
* D. Seyfort-Ruegg, The Buddhist Notion of an 'Immanent Absolute'(tathagatagarbha) as a Problem in Hermeneutics.
* Russell Webb, Contemporary European Scholarship on Buddhism.