Jacqueline  Stone

    • Jacqueline Stone

      Jacqueline Stone

      Title: Professor of Religion.
      Position: Faculty
      Email: jstone@Princeton.edu
      Office: 249 1879 Hall
      Phone: (609) 258-5321
      Areas: Asian Religions
    • Profile

      Jacqueline Stone joined the Princeton faculty in 1990. She teaches graduate and undergraduate courses in Buddhism and Japanese religions. Her chief research field is Japanese Buddhism of the medieval and modern periods. Her current research areas include death and dying in Buddhist cultures, Buddhism and nationalism, and traditions of the Lotus Sutra, particularly Tendai and Nichiren. She is the author of Original Enlightenment and the Transformation of Medieval Japanese Buddhism , which received a 2001 American Academy of Religion Award for Excellence in the Study of Religion. She has co-edited The Buddhist Dead: Practices, Discourses, Representations (with Bryan J. Cuevas, 2007), Readings of the Lotus Sutra (with Stephen F. Teiser, 2009), and other volumes of collected essays. She has been president of the Society for the Study of Japanese Religions and co-chair of the Buddhism section of the American Academy of Religion. Currently she serves on the editorial board of the Kuroda Institute for the Study of Buddhism and the advisory board of the Japanese Journal of Religious Studies.

      She is currently on leave the 2014-2015 academic year.

    • Publications

    • Curriculum Vitae

2014 Danforth Lecture

  • churches
    featuring Winnifred Fallers Sullivan
    Title: "The Church's Two Bodies:
    Exploring the Incomplete Secularization
    of the American Churches"
    Date: Thursday, February 12, 2015
    Time: 4:30 PM
    Location: Betts Auditorium School of Architecture