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Deeg, Max 2019. Tīrthikāḥ hantavyāḥ – Zu “häresiologischen” Diskursen in buddhistischen Quellen. In: Deeg, Max, Freiberger, Oliver and Kleine, Christoph eds. Religionsbegegnung in der asiatischen Religionsgeschichte: Kritische Reflexionen über ein etabliertes Konzept, Vol. 1. Critical Studies in Religion / Religionswissenschaft, vol. 12. Goettingen: Vandenhoeck & Ruprecht, pp. 103-127.

Deeg, Max, Freiberger, Oliver and Kleine, Christoph, eds. 2019. Religionsbegegnung in der asiatischen Religionsgeschichte: Kritische Reflexionen über ein etabliertes Konzept. Critical Studies in Religion / Religionswissenschaft, vol. 12. Goettingen: Vandenhoeck & Ruprecht.

Deeg, Max 2019. Beyond World Heritage: Lumbini - the creation of a more meaningful site? In: Ray, Himanshu Prabha ed. Decolonising Heritage in South Asia: The Global, the National and the Transnational, Abingdon and New York: Routledge, pp. 178-194.

Deeg, Max 2019. Indian law from a seventh century Chinese Buddhist perspective. Bulletin de l'Ecole Francaise d'Extreme-Orient

Deeg, Max 2018. Along the Silk Road: From Aleppo to Chang'an. In: Baker-Brian, Nicholas J. and Lossl, Josef eds. A Companion to Religion in Late Antiquity, Blackwell Companions to the Ancient World, Wiley-Blackwell, pp. 233-253.

Deeg, Max 2018. Wailing for identity: topical and poetic expressions of cultural belonging in Chinese Buddhist literature. In: Heirman, Ann ed. Identity and Network: Exchange Relations between China and the World, Brill, pp. 227-252.

Deeg, Max 2018. The spread of Buddhist culture to China between the Third and Seventh Century. In: Di Cosmo, Nicola and Maas, Michael eds. Empires and Exchanges in Eurasian Late Antiquity: Rome, China, Iran, and the Steppe, ca. 250-750, Cambridge: Cambridge University Press, pp. 220-234.

Deeg, Max 2018. Setting the "records" straight: Textual sources on Nland and their historical value. In: Sharma, Anjana ed. Record, Recoveries, Remnants and Inter-Asian Interconnections: Decording Cultural Heritage, ISEAS Yusof Ishak Institute, pp. 105-159.

Deeg, Max 2018. Die Illusion von Kontinuität - Buddhistische Regeln (Vinaya) als Übungswissen zwischen Normativität und Wandel. In: Stellmacher, Alexandra and Renger, Almut-Barbara eds. Übungswissen in Religion und Philosophie: Produktion, Weitergabe, Wandel, LIT Verlag, pp. 207-224.

Deeg, Max 2018. Die Strahlende Lehre: Die Stele von Xi'an. orientalia - patristica - oecumenica, vol. 12. Wien: Lit Verlag.

Deeg, Max 2018. "Tis all here. A treasure locked". Unlocking the wonder house of the Chinese Buddhist travelogues. In: Prabha Ray, Himanshu ed. Buddhism and Gandhara: An Archaeology of Museum Collections, Archaeology and Religion in South Asia, London and New York: Routledge, pp. 47-69.

Deeg, Max 2017. Aśoka’s Dharma: An imaginary and historical model of good governance. In: Deegalle, Mahinda ed. Justice and Statecraft, Vol. 1. Kelaniya, Sri Lanka: Nagananda International Buddhist University, pp. 129-141.

Deeg, Max 2016. The Order of the dharma and the order of rulership: On the relationship between monastic community and worldy power in the history of Buddhism. Fruehmittelalteriche Studien - Jahrbuch des Instituts fuer Fruehmittelalterforschug der Universitaet Muenster 50 (1) , pp. 297-314. 10.1515/fmst-2016-0112

Deeg, Max 2016. The political position of Xuanzang: the didactic creation of an Indian dynasty in the Xiyu ji. In: Juelch, Thomas ed. The Middle Kingdom and the Dharma Wheel: Aspects of the Relationship between the Buddhist Saṃgha and the State in Chinese History, Vol. 1. Sinica Leidensia, vol. 133. Leiden, Boston: Brill, pp. 94-139.

Deeg, Max 2016. Miscellanae Nepalicae: early Chinese reports on Nepal - The foundation legend of Nepal in its trans-Himalayan context. Lumbini: Lumbini International Research Institute.

Deeg, Max 2016. An anachronism in the stele of Xi’an – why Henanisho? In: Tang, Li and Winkler, Dietmar W. eds. Winds of Jingjiao: Studies on Syriac Christianity in China and Central Asia, Vol. 1. orientalia - patristica - oecumenica, vol. 9. Wien, Zuerich: LIT, pp. 243-251.

Deeg, Max and Ning 宁, Fanfu 梵夫 2016. “Chongu ‘biandi qingjie’: Han chuan fojiao zhong dui Yindu de zhujian rongshou” 重估“边地情结”:汉传佛教中对印度的逐渐容受 (“Borderland Complex” reloaded: coming to terms with India in Chinese Buddhism). In: Shen 沈, Dansen 丹森 and Sun 孙, Yinggang 英刚 eds. Zhongyin guanxi yanjiu de shiye yu qianjing 中印关系研究的视野与前景, Vol. 1. Shanghai: Fudan-daxua-chubanshe 负担大学出版社, pp. 65-76.

Deeg, Max 2015. Conversion and environment in East Asia - the case of Buddhism. In: Papconstantinou, Arietta and Schwartz, Daniel eds. Conversion in Late Antiquity: Christianity, Islam, and Beyond. Papers from the Andrew W. Mellon Foundation Sawyer Seminar, University of Oxford, 2009-2010, Routledge, pp. 267-279.

Deeg, Max 2015. Writing times and spaces together - experiments to create an early Sino-Buddhist historiography. In: Deeg, Max and Scheid, Bernard eds. Religions in China. Major Concepts and Minority Positions, Sitzungsberichte Der Philosophisch-Historischen Klasse, Verlag der Österreichischen Akademie der Wissenschaften, pp. 29-49.

Deeg, Max 2015. A note on the place name 'City of Royal Residence'? (Wangshe-zhi-cheng) in the Xi'an Stele. In: Zhang, Xiaogui and Li, Qingbo eds. Lin Wushu xiansheng yu zhonggu sanyijiao yanjiu, Lanzhou-daxue-chubanshe, pp. 338-358.

Deeg, Max and Scheid, Bernhard, eds. 2015. Religion in China: major concepts and minority positions. Beitraege zur Kultur- und Geistesgeschichte Asiens, vol. 85. Wien: Verlag der Oesterreichischen Akademie der Wissenschaften.

Deeg, Max 2015. A Note on the place name “City of Royal Residence” (Wangshe-zhi-cheng 王舍之城) in the Xi’an Stele. In: Zhang 张, Xiaogui 小贵 and Li 李, Qingbo 清波 eds. Lin Wushu xiansheng yu zhonggu sanyijiao yanjiu 林悟殊先生与中古三夷教研究, Vol. 1. Lanzhou: Lazhou-daxue-chubanshe 兰州大学出版社, pp. 338-358.

Deeg, Max 2015. La littérature chrétienne orientale sous les Tang: un bref aperçu. In: Borbone, Pier-Giorgio and Marsone, Pierre eds. Le christianisme syriaque en Asie centrale et en Chine, Vol. 1. Etudes syriaques, vol. 12. Paris: Geuthner, pp. 199-214.

Deeg, Max 2014. When Peregrinus is not pilgrim: The Chinese Pilgrims records - a revision of literary genre and its context. In: Deeg, Max and Cueppers, Christoph eds. Dharmay Ytra: Buddhist Pilgrimage in Time and Space, Lumbin International Research Institute, pp. 65-95.

Deeg, Max 2014. Buddhist pilgrimage - an introduction. In: Deeg, Max and Cueppers, Christoph eds. Dharmay Ytra - Buddhist Pilgrimage in Time and Space, Lumbin International Research Institute, pp. 1-28.

Hegarty, James 2014. Going nowhere: power and polemic in Brahminical pilgrimage literature. In: Deeg, Max and Cuppers, Christophe eds. Searching for the Dharma, Finding Salvation - Buddhist Pilgrimage in Time and Space, Lumbini International Research Institute, pp. 29-49.

Deeg, Max and Cueppers, Christoph, eds. 2014. Dharmayātra – Buddhist pilgrimage in time and space. Lumbini: Lumbini International Research Institute.

Deeg, Max 2014. Chinese Buddhists in search of authenticity in the Dharma. The Eastern Buddhist (New Series) 45 (1&2) , pp. 11-22.

Deeg, Max 2013. Religiöse Identität durch Differenz und Abgrenzungsdiskurs als indirekte Anerkennung von Gemeinsamkeit: chinesisch-buddhistische Apologetik und ihr 'Religions' begriff. In: Schalk, Peter and Deeg, Max eds. Religion in Asien? Studien zur Anwendbarkeit des Religionsbegriffes, Uppsala Universitet, pp. 203-224.

Deeg, Max 2012. Sthavira, Thera and 'Sthaviravada' in Chinese Buddhist Sources. In: Skilling, Peter, Carbine, Jason A. and Cicu, Claudio eds. How Theravada is Theravada: Exploring Buddhist Identities, Chiang Mai, Thailand: Silkworm Books, pp. 129-162.

Deeg, Max 2012. Aśoka: model ruler without name? Literature of Sri Lanka and Southeast Asia. Presented at: International Conference on Aśoka and the Making of Modern India, New Delhi, India, 5-7 August 2009. Published in: Olivelle, Patrick, Leoshko, Janice and Ray, Himanshu Prabha eds. Reimagining Aśoka: Memory and History. New Delhi: Oxford University Press, pp. 362-379.

Deeg, Max 2012. "Show me the land where the Buddha dwelled..." - Xuanzang's "Record of the Western Regions" (Xiyu ji): a misunderstood text. China Report 48 (1-2) , pp. 89-113. 10.1177/000944551104800205

Deeg, Max 2012. From scholarly object to religious text - the story of the Lotus-sutra in the West. The Journal of Oriental Studies 22 , pp. 133-153.

Deeg, Max 2011. Secular Buddhist lineages: The Śākyas and royal descendencies in local Buddhist legitimation strategies. Religions of South Asia 5 (1-2) , pp. 189-207. 10.1558/rosa.v5i1/2.189

Deeg, Max 2011. 40. Von Sammlern und Schreibern. Kodifizierung und Kanonisierung in den asiatischen religiösen Traditionen. In: Luminati, Michele, Müller, Wolfgang W., Rudolph, Enno and Linder, Nikolaus eds. Kanon und Kanonisierung: ein Schlüsselbegriff der Kulturwissenschaften im interdisziplinären Dialog, Text und Normativität, vol. 2. Basel: Schwabe Verlag, pp. 161-181.

Deeg, Max 2011. 41. Der Einsatz der Stimmen: Formation und Erschaffung des chinesischen buddhistischen Kanons: vom doppelten Kriterium der Authentizität. In: Deeg, Max, Freiberger, Oliver and Kleine, Christoph eds. Kanonisierung und Kanonbildiung in der asiatischen Religionsgeschichte, Sitzungsberichte Der Philosophisch-Historischen Klasse, vol. 820. Vienna: Verlag der Österreichischen Akademie der Wissenschaften, pp. 321-343.

Hegarty, James 2011. Kirthan and Katha in the asa amdesa (song and story in the land of hope and fear): Narratives of the life of Guru Nanak as canonical commentary in the Sikh panth. In: Deeg, Max and Freiberger, Oliver eds. Kanonisierung und Kanonbildung in der asiatischen Religionsgeschichte, Osterreichischen Akademie der Wissenschaften, pp. 131-160.

Deeg, Max 2010. Why is the Buddha riding on an elephant? The Bodhisattva's conception and the change of motive. Presented at: "The Birth of the Buddha" Seminar, Lumbini, Nepal, October 2004. Published in: Deeg, Max, Cüppers, Christoph and Durt, Hubert eds. The Birth of the Buddha: Proceedings of the Seminar Held in Lumbini, Nepal, October 2004. LIRI Seminar Proceedings Series , vol. 3. Lumbini: Lumbini International Research Institute, pp. 93-127.

Deeg, Max, ed. 2009. Das Lotos-Sūtra (2nd ed.). [Saddharmapuṇḍarīka-sūtra]. Translated from the original by Deeg, Max. Darmstadt: Wissenschaftliche Buchgesellschaft.

Deeg, Max 2009. From the iron-wheel to Bodhisattvahood: Asoka in Buddhist culture and memory. Presented at: International Symposium on Aśoka, University of Texas, Austin, TX, USA, 4 February 2006. Published in: Olivelle, Patrick ed. Asoka: In History and Historical Memory. Delhi: Motilal Banarsidass Publishers, pp. 109-144.

Deeg, Max 2008. Introduction. Journal of the International Association of Buddhist Studies 31 (1-2) , pp. 79-82.

Deeg, Max 2008. Creating religious terminology - A comparative approach to the Early Chinese translations. Journal of the International Association of Buddhist Studies 31 (1-2) , pp. 83-118.

Deeg, Max 2007. Das Lotos-Sūtra. Darmstadt: Wissenschaftliche Buchgesellschaft.

Deeg, Max 2007. The rhetoric of antiquity: politico-religious propaganda in the Nestorian stele of Chang'an. Journal for Late Antique Religion and Culture 1 , pp. 17-30. 10.18573/j.2007.10291
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Deeg, Max and Schmidt-Glintzer, Helwig 2007. Das Lotos-Sutra. Ãœbersetzt von Max Deeg. Mit einer Einleitung von Max Deeg und Helwig Schmidt-Glintzer. Darmstadt: WBG (Wissenschaftliche Buchgesellschaft).

Deeg, Max 2006. Aryan national religion(s) and the criticism of asceticism and quietism in the nineteenth and twentieth centuries. In: Oliver, Freiberger ed. Asceticism and its Critics: Historical Accounts and Comparative Perspectives, Oxford University Press, pp. 61-87.

Deeg, Max 2005. Das Gaoseng-Faxian-Zhuan als religionsgeschichtliche Quelle. Der älteste Bericht eines chinesischen buddhistischen Pilgermönchs über seine Reise nach Indien mit Übersetzung des Textes. Studies in Oriental Religions, vol. 52. Harrassowitz Verlag.

Deeg, Max 2003. The places where Siddhartha trod: Lumbini and Kapilavastu. Lumbini International Research Institute, Occasional Papers, vol. 3. Lumbini: Lumbini International Research Institute.

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