Hubbard is the author of books, articles and films on Buddhism in East Asia, including Pruning the Bodhi Tree (with Paul Swanson), "Absolute Delusion, Perfect Buddhahood," and the film The Yamaguchi Story: Buddhism and the Family in Japan. He also has extensive interests in the use of technology in Buddhist studies and has worked on numerous projects in the area of archiving Buddhist texts and digital publication, and more recently in the field of neuroscience and emerging technologies of awareness: Cyborg Buddha! (Source Accessed June 13, 2019)
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About this person
- Jamie Hubbard. Materials for the Study of the San-chieh Movement. Online Publication, 2003~present.
- Jamie Hubbard. Absolute Delusion, Perfect Buddhahood: The Rise and Fall of a Chinese Heresy. Nanzan Library of Asian Religion and Culture. Honolulu: University of Hawai'i Press, 2001.
- Jamie Hubbard & Paul Swanson, eds. Pruning the Bodhi Tree: The Storm Over Critical Buddhism. Nanzan Library of Asian Religion and Culture. Honolulu: University of Hawai'i Press, 1997.
- “Some Preliminary Remarks on the History of Chinese Translation of Budhist Scriptures,” translation of Kazuo Okabe, “Yakkyōshi no Kenkyū no Hōhō to Kadai 訳経史の研究の 方法と課題” (1981)
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- Smith College · workplace affiliation
- https://sophia.smith.edu/~jhubbard/ · websites