Библиография работ профессора Уильяма Бодифорда
Bodiford, William M. 2005. “Zen and Japanese Swordsmanship Reconsidered.” In Budo Perspectives, edited by Alexander Bennett. Pp. 69-103. Auckland: Kendo World Publications.
Translated into Japanese as: “Zen to Nihon no kenjutsu no saiko.” In Nihon no kyoiku ni ‘budo’ o: 21 seiki ni shingitai o takieru [Budo in Education: Polishing Minds, Skills, and Bodies in the 21st Century]. Edited by Yamada Shoji and Alexander Bennett. Pp. 145-178. Tokyo: Meiji Tosho, 2005.
Bodiford, William M. 2004. “Monastic Militias.” In Encyclopedia of Buddhism. Edited by Robert E. Buswell, Jr. Vol. 2, pp. 560-561. New York: Macmillan Reference USA.
Bodiford, William M. 2002. “Soke: Historical Transformations of a Title and its Entitlements.” In Keiko Shokon. Classical Warrior Traditions of Japan, vol. 3. Edited by Diane Skoss. Pp. 129-143. Berkeley Heights, NJ: Koryu Books.
Bodiford, William M. 2001. “Religion and Spiritual Development: Japan.” In Martial Arts of the World: An Encyclopedia. Edited by Thomas A. Green. Vol. 2, pp. 472-505. Santa Barbara, Calif.: ABC-CLIO.
Bodiford, William M. 2001. “Written Texts: Japan.” In Martial Arts of the World: An Encyclopedia. Edited by Thomas A. Green. Vol. 2, pp. 758-773. Santa Barbara, Calif.: ABC-CLIO.
Bodiford, William M. 2001. “Zen Buddhism.” Chapter 14 of Sources of Japanese Tradition. Second edition. Volume One: From Earliest Times to 1600. Compiled by Wm. Theodore de Bary, Donald Keene, George Tanabe, and Paul Varley with the collaboration of William Bodiford, Jurgis Elisonas, and Philip Yampolsky. Pp. 306-335. New York: Columbia University Press.
Yamada, Shoji. 2001. “The Myth of Zen in the Art of Archery.” Translated by Earl Hartman. Edited by William M. Bodiford. The Japanese Journal of Religious Studies 28, nos. 1-2: 1-30.