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Nature in Asian Indigenous Traditions: A Survey Article

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This paper surveys the recent literature available for the study of the interaction between religion and nature within indigenous Asian traditions. Anyone engaging in this course of study must consider work from a variety of scholarly fields and engage with debates concerning definitions of the term "indigenous" in different Asian contexts. While this article does not represent every indigenous group and tradition of Asia, it nonetheless attempts to identify valuable starting points in key regions. While a large amount of important work exists on the indigenous peoples of Asia, there remains a need for more work drawing together different disciplines and analyzing interactions between religion and nature. We hope that scholars from different fields will find this survey useful for further research on nature in indigenous Asian traditions.


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