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Ocean of Milk, Ocean of Blood: A Mongolian monk in the ruins of the Qing Empire, written by Matthew W. King

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  • 1 Senior Lecturer in the Anthropology of Religion, Department of Theology & Religious Studies, King’s College London, London, UK
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Matthew W. King, Ocean of Milk, Ocean of Blood: A Mongolian monk in the ruins of the Qing Empire. New York (NY): Columbia University Press. 2019. 281 pp., hardback £65. ISBN: 978-0-231-19106-7

Countermodern Buddhism is important, not least because it offers a timely and alternative voice to the many modernist Buddhisms that have arisen in Southeast Asia, Japan, Tibet and elsewhere. In this rich and vibrant book, Matthew W. King follows the life story and prolific life’s work of the prominent countermodern Buddhist Zava Damdin Lubsangdamdin (1867–1937), a Khalkha Mongolian lama of the Géluk tradition who

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