CV

Curriculum vitae

Name, first names, scientific degrees
  • Mgr. Zuzana Kubovčáková, M.A., Ph.D.
    born July 7, 1980
    Bratislava, Slovakia
Department/Faculty/University
  • Department of Japanese Studies
    Faculty of Arts
    Masaryk University
    Arna Nováka 1
    602 00 Brno, Czech Republic
Function, current position
  • Assistant Professor
Education and academic qualifications
  • 2012: Ph.D. Department for the Study of Religions, Faculty of Arts, Masaryk University, Brno, Czech Republic; dissertation "Politization of Kami Deities and Creation of Narrative Ideology in Ancient Japan: Emergence of Worship of Japanese Deities and their Reflection in the Chronicles"
  • 2004-2005: M.A. Japanese Religions at School of Oriental and African Studies (SOAS), University of London, England; dissertation "Zen Monks and Warriors in Medieval Japan"
  • 2003-2004: Ōsaka University of Foreign Studies, Ōsaka, Japan; one-year exchange programme for students of Japanese language organized by the Japanese Ministry of Education, Culture, Sports, Science and Technology (MEXT)
  • 1999-2005: M.A. Japanese Language and Intercultural Communication, Faculty of Arts, Comenius University, Bratislava, Slovakia; dissertation "Losing Money and Suffering Punishment: Japanese Zen Masters and the Art of Poetry"
  • 1995-1999: High School Metodova, Bratislava, Slovakia; general secondary education with emphasis on English and French languages
  • 1994-1995: Bunkyō Women's College High School, Tokyo, Japan; one-year exchange programme of Rotary International
Professional experience
  • 2/2018-5/2018: Visiting Professor, Center for Japanese Studies, Nanzan University, Nagoya, Japan
  • 10/2017-12/2017: Visiting Professor (Numata Visiting Professor in Buddhist Studies), Institute for South Asia, Tibet and Buddhist Studies, University of Vienna, Austria
  • 2013/2015: Assistant Professor at Department for East Asian Studies, Comenius University, Bratislava, Slovakia
  • 2009-2012: Center for the Study of Religion in China and Japan, Department for the Study of Religions, Faculty of Arts, Masaryk University
  • 2009: Freelance Japanese translator for Czech and Slovak employees of Mitsubishi Corporation Group during a holiday visit in Japan
  • 2007-2017: Assistant Professor at Department for the Study of Religions, Faculty of Arts, Masaryk University
  • 2008-2017: Head, Department of Japanese Studies, Faculty of Arts, Masaryk University
  • 2007-present: Assistant Professor at Department of Japanese Studies, Faculty of Arts, Masaryk University
  • 2006-2015: Freelance interpreting, translating and teaching of English and Japanese language
  • 2004,2006: Freelance interpreting for Japanese-Slovak sister towns of Vysoké Tatry (SVK) and Nosegawa (JPN)
  • 2005: Short-term research at the SOAS library London from contemporary Japanese daily press concering issues in the life of emperor Meiji
  • 2004: Freelance Japanese-Slovak interpreting at an international exhibition in Ōsaka, Japan
  • 2001-2003: Language School MTD, Bratislava, Slovakia. Teaching of Japanese and English
  • 2000-2001: exe, LTD., Bratislava, Slovakia. Encoding of agency articles and information in English, German and Slovak
  • 1998-1999: The British Council, Bratislava. Librarian
Teaching activities
  • Japanese Buddhism
  • Japanese Buddhism in Context
  • Japanese Buddhist Art and Architecture
  • Japanese Esoteric Buddhism
  • Introduction into Japanese Religions
  • Buddhism: Teaching, Practice, and Rituals
  • Japanese Language I-IV
  • Japanese Writing I-IV - Theory
  • Japanese Writing I-IV - Drills
  • Reading Japanese Texts I-II
  • World Religions: East
  • Buddhism II
  • End of the World
Research activities
  • Research Topics
    Zen Master Dōgen and Japanese Sōtō Zen Buddhism
    Shōbōgenzō Thought and Translation
  • Conferences and Lectures
    - 3/2021: Lecture "Teaching of Zen Master Dogen based on examples in the Shobogenzo", Department of Asian Studies, Palacky University, Olomouc, Czech Republic
    - 2/2021: International Conference "The 7th Annual Central Europe+Japan Student Conference of Josai Institute for Central European Studies", Josai University, Tokyo
    - 1/2021: International Conference "New Direction in Zen Studies," Stanford University, The Ho Center for Buddhist Studies
    - 1/2021: International conference Dōgen’s Texts: Manifesting Philosophy and/as/of Religion? Paper "Uji: Analysis of Dōgen’s Language Style as the Formation Ground for his Philosophy"
    - 11/2020: International conference 14th Annual Conference on Asian Studies: Voiced and Voiceless in Asia, Palacky University in Olomouc, Czech Republic. Paper "Intimate Language of Zen Master Dōgen: Revisions, Reinterpretations, and Reinventions in Dōgen’s Language"
    - 1/2020: Series of lectures on Japanese religions at coeducational high-school Gamča in Bratislava, Slovakia
    - 9/2019: International Conference "Iaponica Brunensia 2019," paper "Dōgen the Thinker, Dōgen the Writer: Use of Language in Dōgen's Zenki", Department of Japanese Studies, Masaryk University, Brno, Czech Republic
    - 8/2018: "International Conference on Buddhist Manuscript Cultures: Production and Preservation of Buddhist Manuscripts in Central and East Asia", University of Cambridge, Great Britain
    - 6/2018: Lectures on Japanese Buddhism and Buddhism in the West, "Contemporary Society and Religion: Conversion of Multiple Religions", Department of Asian Studies, Palacky University, Olomouc, Czech Republic
    - 4/2018: Lecture "Japan as Viewed by Foreigners", Ryūkoku University, Kyōto, Japan
    - 4/2018: Lecture "Translating Dōgen: Motivations and Challenges", Ryūkoku University, Kyōto, Japan
    - 3/2018: "International Symposium Religion and Gender", Nanzan Institute for Religion and Culture, Nanzan University, Nagoya, Japan
    - 12/2017: Lecture "Shintō: Indigenous Religion of Japan" in: Einführung in die Religionen Ostasiens (Introduction into East Asian Religions), Department of Religious Studies, University of Vienna, Austria
    - 11/2017: International Conference "VSJF Annual Conference 2017 Rural Japan Revisited: Autonomy and Heteronomy in the Peripheries," University of Vienna, Austria
    - 9/2017: International Conference "Iaponica Brunensia 2017: Japan as Place," Department of Japanese Studies Masaryk University, Brno, Czech Republic. Paper "Faith in Buddhism as expounded by Dogen"
    - 11/2016: International "The 10th annual Czecho-Slovak Sinological Conference," Seminar of Chinese Studies, Masaryk University, Brno. Paper "Dōgen's Texts and his Usage of Language"
    - 11/2016: International conference "The 10th Annual Conference on Asian Studies: Connecting the Old with the New," Palacky University in Olomouc, Czech Republic. Paper "Ancient Practice and Modern Practice within the Sōtō lineage"
    - 10/2016: International conference "Travel and Mutual Understanding: East Asia, Europe, and Beyond," Vytautas Magnus University, Kaunas, Lithuania. Paper "Kumano: A Distinctive Pilgrimage Site in Medieval Japan"
    - 3/2016: Lecture "Zen jokes" for Japanese Club Olomouc, Student Club at the Department of Asian Studies, Palacky University Olomouc, Czech Republic
    - 11/2015: Lecture "Shugendō: Ancient Pilgrimage Practices in Modern Japan", Festival of popular Japanese culture Nipponfest 2015, Bratislava, Slovakia
    - 10/2015: International "The 9th Annual Conference on Cultural and Social Anthropology of East Asia 2015," Palacky University, Olomouc, Czech Republic. Paper "The Heart Sūtra Variations"
    - 9/2015: International Conference "Iaponica Brunensia 2015: Japan as Text," Department of Japanese Studies Masaryk University, Brno, Czech Republic. Paper "Tracing Early Japanese History in Mythological Narratives of the Ancient Chronicles"
    - 6/2015: Lecture "Suiseki and Kusamono grasses," Bratislava, Slovakia
    - 10/2014: International Conference "Faces of Buddhism in the East and in the West," Jagiellonian University, Krakow, Poland. Paper "The Lotus Sūtra: A Universal Buddhist Scripture in the Japanese Context"
    - 6/2014: Lecture "Suiseki and Ikebana," Bratislava, Slovakia
    - 11/2013: "The Seventh Annual Conference of Czech and Slovak Sinologists," Bratislava, Slovakia. Paper "The Lotus Sūtra in Japanese Context"
    - 6/2013: Lecture "Suiseki and Bamboo," Bratislava, Slovakia
    - 3/2013: International conference "Orientalia Antiqua Nova," Plzen, Czech Republic. Paper "Popular Buddhist Art in Japan: Mandala as a means of proselytization"
    - 4/2012: International conference "Visual Studies - Science, Art, Institution," Masaryk University, Brno. Paper "Pictoral Biography of Prince Shōtoku Taishi"
    - 10/2011: Lecture "Japanese Studies Department at Masaryk University," The Rotary Club, Bratislava, Slovakia
    - 6/2011: Lecture "Suiseki and Japanese Dolls Kokeshi," Bratislava, Slovakia
    - 6/2010: Lecture "Suiseki and Art of Japanese Ceramics," Bratislava, Slovakia
    - 4/2010: International conference "Orientalia Antiqua Nova," Plzen, Czech Republic. Paper "Religion and Thought in Pre-Buddhist Japan"
    - 3/2010: Preparation of courses for the University of the Third Age for the Department of Religions, and the Department of Linguistics and Baltic Studies
    - 3/2010: Organisation of a supplementary course on Japanese New Religious Movements via international CEEPUS programme
    - 2/2010: Course "Early Japanese Religious Thought," University of the Third Age, Masaryk University, Brno, Czech Republic
    - 2009: International conference "Comparative Method and the Study of Religion," Bratislava, Slovakia. Paper "Kami versus Hotoke: Shintō in Contrast with Buddhism"
    - 6/2009: Lecture "Suiseki and Ukiyoe," Bratislava, Slovakia. The exhibition took place under the patronage of Japanese Embassy in Bratislava, Slovakia
    - 5/2009: International conference "Trickster in Asian Literary Arts," Palacky University, Olomouc, Czech Republic. Paper "Zen jokes of Ikkyū Sōjun"
    - 4/2009: International conference "Orientalia Antiqua Nova," Plzen, Czech Republic. Paper "Illustration of Shintō-Buddhist Syncretism upon the Example of Kasuga and Sumiyoshi Deities"
    - 12/2008: International conference "Spread of religious and supernatural ideas," Bratislava, Slovakia. Paper "Shugendō: Buddhist and Shintō Aspects of a Japanese Religious Tradition"
    - 6/2008: Lecture "Suiseki and Netsuke," Bratislava, Slovakia
    - 10/2007: International CERES conference, University of Pardubice, Pardubice, Czech Republic. Paper "Ekai Kawaguchi: the First Japanese Monk in Tibet"
    - 6/2007: Lecture "Suiseki and Calligraphy," Bratislava, Slovakia
    - 10/2006: International CERES conference, Comenius University, Bratislava, Slovakia. Paper "Religious Change: Reasons behind Early Japanese Sectarianism"
  • Workshops and Seminas
    - 3/2021: Online lecture "Gandharan Buddhist Reliquaries and Gandharan Buddhism." Prof. Richard Solomon (University of Washington), Tang Center for Silk Road Studies, University of California, Berkeley, CA
    - 2/2021: Online workshop "What Modern Science Can Learn from Buddhist Science." Prof. Robert Thurman and Dr. Joe Loizzo, Nalanda Institute for Contemplative Science, NY
    - 1/2021: Online seminar "New Directions in Zen Studies." Steven Heine (Professor of Religious Studies and History, Florida State University), Taigen Dan Leighton, Ancient Dragon Zen Gate, Chicago, IL
    - 12/2020: Online seminar "Kōan Study and Practice in Dōgen Zen", Steven Heine (Professor of Religious Studies and History, Florida State University), Taigen Dan Leighton, Ancient Dragon Zen Gate, Chicago, IL
    - 10/2020: Online seminar "To Write or Not to Write: The Poetic Writing of Dōgen and Related Figures", Steven Heine (Professor of Religious Studies and History, Florida State University), Village Zendo New York
    - 7/2020: Online seminar "Dōgen for our Time" with Japanese artist, calligrapher, and translator Kazuaki Tanahashi, Joan Halifax Roshi, Enkyo O'Hara Roshi and Steven Heine (Professor of Religious Studies and History, Florida State University), Upaya Zen Center, Santa Fe, NM
    - 11/2019: Seminar of Japanese Calligraphy "Heart of the Brush" with Japanese calligrapher and artist Kazuaki Tanahashi, Vienna, Austria
    - 7/2019: Calligraphy Workshop with Japanese calligrapher and artist Kazuaki Tanahashi "East Asian Calligraphy Workshop" at Berkeley Art Museum copresented by UC Berkeley’s Center for Japanese Studies
    - 8/2018-9/2018: Workshop on study and translation of Buddhist texts and manuscripts "An International and Intensive Program on Buddhism at Cambridge", Cambridge University, Great Britain
    - 8/2017: Workshop on translations of Zen texts of Dōgen's Shōbō genzō "Genzō-E" at San Francisco Zen Center, California, USA
    - 8/2017: Japanese Calligraphy Seminar "Brush Mind" with Japanese calligrapher and artist Kazuaki Tanahashi, Tassajara Zen Center, California, USA
    - 9/2016: Seminar in Japanese Calligraphy "Heart of the Brush" with Japanese calligrapher and artist Kazuaki Tanahashi, Vienna, Austria
    - 8/2015: Seminar on Buddhist Rituals and liturgy: "Gate of Sweet Nectar", at Upāya Zen Center, Santa Fe, New Mexico
    - 8/2015: Seminar on Buddhist Eschatology: "Radical Responsibility", at Upāya Zen Center, Santa Fe, New Mexico
    - 7/2015-8/2015: Seminar on Buddhist Psychology: "Great Compassion, Great Courage", at Upāya Zen Center, Santa Fe, New Mexico
    - 7/2015: Seminar on Dōgen's text, translations and practice named "Dōgen Seminar: Kōans and Just Sitting", at Upaya Zen Center, Santa Fe, New Mexico
    - 7/2015: Japanese Calligraphy Seminar "Brush Mind" with Japanese calligrapher and artist Kazuaki Tanahashi, Upāya Zen Center, Santa Fe, New Mexico
  • Grants and Projects
    - 2017: Masaryk University Faculty of Arts Dean Foundation Grant, project "Translation of Selected Parts of Dōgen's Shōbōgenzō"
    - 2016: FR MU Grant (Foundation for the Development of Masaryk University), project "Buddhism: Teaching, Practice, and Rituals"
    - 2014: FR MU Grant (Foundation for the Development of Masaryk University), project "Innovation of the course Japanese Buddhist Art and Architecture"
    - 2013-2014: Cooperation on project "Faculty of Arts as a Department for Excellent Education: Complex Innovation of Study Programmes", European Social Fund
    - 2013-2014: Cooperation on project "Center for Interactive and Multimedia Study Materials for Innovation of Education and Effective Learning", European Social Fund
    - 2013: Masaryk University Faculty of Arts Dean Foundation Grant, project "Esoteric Elements in Japanese Buddhist rituals"
    - 2012-2015: Cooperation on project "Japanese Studies at Palacky University, Olomouc, directed at Modularity and Employment", European Social Fund
    - 2012: Cooperation on project "Increasing the professional competencies of academic staff of Ostrava University and Opava University", European Social Fund
    - 2011: FRVS Grant (Foundation for the Development of Higher Education) Grant, project "Japanese Buddhist Traditions"
    - 2009-2012: Cooperation on project "Innovation of the Study of Religion at Masaryk University, Brno, Directed at Cultures of China and Japan", European Social Fund
    - 2009: Masaryk University Faculty of Arts Dean Foundation Grant, project "Japanese Buddhist Iconography"
    - 2007: FRVS Grant (Foundation for the Development of Higher Education), project "Role of Religions in Modern Japanese Society"
    - 2007: Masaryk University Faculty of Arts Dean Foundation Grant, project "Japanese Buddhism in the Course of History"
Professional stays abroad
  • 2018: Visiting Professor, Center for Japanese Studies, Nanzan University, Nagoya, Japan
  • 2017: Visiting Professor (Numata Visiting Professor in Buddhist Studies), Institut for South Asian Studies, Tibetology and Buddhology, University of Vienna, Austria
  • 2013/2015: Department of East Asian Studies, Comenius University Bratislava, Slovakia
  • 2007: University of London, School of Oriental and African Studies, London, England. Preparation for course: "Japanese Buddhism in the Course of History"
  • 2003-2004: Ōsaka University of Foreign Studies, Ōsaka, Japan. "Japanese Studies Student Programme." One-year study programme MEXT of Japanese Ministry of Culture, Sport and Education
  • 9/2001-10/2001: The Japan Foundation Center, Ōsaka, Japan. Japanese Language Program for Overseas Students (Outstanding Students). Short-term educational stay for Japanese language students at the Japan Foundation Center in Ōsaka
  • 1994-1995: Bunkyō Women's College High School. One-year exchange programme of the international Rotary Club combined with host-stay and study in native environment
Other academic activities, research projects, grants
  • 2013: member of editorial board of Axis Mundi, Slovak Society for the Study of Religions, Bratislava, Slovakia
  • 2012: member of editorial board of Speculum, Slovak Association of Social Anthropologists, Bratislava, Slovakia
Major publications
  • KUBOVČÁKOVÁ, Zuzana. Readings of Dogen's Treasury of the True Dharma Eye. Journal of Buddhist Ethics. United States: Penn State University, 2021, roč. 28, 12 s. ISSN 1076-9005. Journal of Buddhist Ethics info
  • KUBOVČÁKOVÁ, Zuzana. Uji: Analysis of Dōgen’s Language Style as the Formation Ground for his Philosophy. In Dōgen’s Texts: Manifesting Philosophy and/as/of Religion? 2021. info
  • KUBOVČÁKOVÁ, Zuzana. New Directions in Zen Studies. In New Directions in Zen Studies, Stanford University, The Ho Center for Buddhist Studies. 2021. Online Workshop: "New Directions in Zen Studies" info
  • KUBOVČÁKOVÁ, Zuzana. Učenie majstra Dógena na príkladoch kóanov v zbierke Šóbó genzó. In Přednášky externích odborníků pro studenty KAS FF UP. 2021. info
  • KUBOVČÁKOVÁ, Zuzana. From Chinese Chan To Japanese Zen: A Remarkable Century Of Transmission And Transformation. By Steven Heine. Oxford: Oxford University Press, 2018 (review). Religious Studies Review. Houston, TX: Rice University, 2020, roč. 46, č. 2, s. 253. ISSN 0319-485X. URL info
  • KUBOVČÁKOVÁ, Zuzana. Buddhizmus, cesta k pochopeniu. In Svet Orientu včera a dnes. 1. vyd. Bratislava: Ústav orientalistiky SAV, 2020. s. 44-48. ISSN 2644-6162. Buddhizmus info
  • KUBOVČÁKOVÁ, Zuzana. Najstarší buddhistický chrám v Japonsku. In Svet Orientu včera a dnes. 1. vyd. Bratislava: Ústav orientalistiky SAV, 2020. s. 74-75. ISSN 2644-6162. Hórjúdži: najstarší buddhistický chrám v Japonsku info
  • KUBOVČÁKOVÁ, Zuzana. Intimate Language of Zen Master Dōgen: Revisions, Reinterpretations, and Reinventions in Dōgen’s Language. In 14th Annual Conference on Asian Studies: Voiced and Voiceless in Asia. 2020. The Annual Conference on Asian Studies (ACAS), organized by the Department of Asian Studies at Palacký University Olomouc info
  • KUBOVČÁKOVÁ, Zuzana. Okno do staletí česko-japonských vztahů: Seminář japonských studií Filozofické fakulty Masarykovy univerzity v Brně. Praha: Česko-japonská společnost, 2020. 222 s. ISBN 978-80-903737-4-7. info
  • KUBOVČÁKOVÁ, Zuzana. Zvieratá v japonských mýtoch a legendách. In Bucková, Martina. Reflexia mytologických motívov v duchovnej a materiálnej kultúre národov Ázie, Afriky a Oceánie. 1. vyd. Bratislava: Ústav orientalistiky, Slovenská akadémia vied, 2019. s. 112-143. ISBN 978-80-89867-04-2. Zvieratá v japonských mýtoch a legendách [Animals in Japanese Myths and Legends] info
  • KUBOVČÁKOVÁ, Zuzana. Jedlo v zene. In Nipponfest Bratislava 2019. 2019. info
  • KUBOVČÁKOVÁ, Zuzana. A Book of Fans (review). Studia Orientalia Slovaca. Bratislava: Univerzita Komenského, 2019, roč. 18, č. 2, s. 179-182. ISSN 1336-3786. info
  • KUBOVČÁKOVÁ, Zuzana. Náboženstvo v Japonsku: šintó a buddhizmus. 2019. info
  • KUBOVČÁKOVÁ, Zuzana. Zenový buddhizmus v Európe a na Slovensku : Taisen Dešimaru, Sandó Kaisen a Palo Rozložník. Nový orient. Praha: AV ČR, Orientální ústav, 2019, roč. 74, č. 2, s. 54-63. ISSN 0029-5302. Abstrakty Nový Orient 74/2019 info
  • KUBOVČÁKOVÁ, Zuzana. Prečo viažu Japonci laná na stromy? In HistoryWeb: Informačný portál o histórii. HistoryWeb, 2018. HistoryWeb: Informačný portál o histórii info
  • KUBOVČÁKOVÁ, Zuzana. Aké je náboženstvo Japoncov? In HistoryWeb: Informačný portál o histórii. HistoryWeb, 2018. HistoryWeb: Informačný portál o histórii info
  • KUBOVČÁKOVÁ, Zuzana. Zenoví majstri boli v učení prísni a neúprosní. In HistoryWeb: Informačný portál o histórii. HistoryWeb: Informačný portál o histórii, 2018. Zenoví majstri boli v učení prísni a neúprosní info
  • KUBOVČÁKOVÁ, Zuzana. International Conference on Buddhist Manuscript Cultures: Production and Preservation of Buddhist Manuscripts in Central and East Asia. In International Conference on Buddhist Manuscript Cultures: Production and Preservation of Buddhist Manuscripts in Central and East Asia. 2018. International Conference on Buddhist Manuscript Cultures: Production and Preservation of Buddhist Manuscripts in Central and East Asia info
  • KUBOVČÁKOVÁ, Zuzana. Dógen a Zenki. Nový orient. Praha: AV ČR, Orientální ústav, 2018, roč. 73/2018, č. 1, s. 19-27. ISSN 0029-5302. Abstrakty Nový Orient 73/2018 info
  • KUBOVČÁKOVÁ, Zuzana. Ako oslavujú Japonci? In HistoryWeb: Informačný portál o histórii. HistoryWeb: Informačný portál o histórii, 2018. Japonské slávnosti info
  • KUBOVČÁKOVÁ, Zuzana. Believe It or Not : Dogen on the Question of Faith. Studia Orientalia Slovaca. Bratislava: Univerzita Komenského, 2018, roč. 17, č. 2, s. 193-215. ISSN 1336-3786. Anglické abstrakty k Studia Orientalia Slovaca 17.2 (2018) info
  • KUBOVČÁKOVÁ, Zuzana. Pamela D. Winfield and Steven Heine, eds., Zen and Material Culture (review). Japanese Journal of Religious Studies. Nagoya: Nanzan Institute for Religion and Culture, Nanzan University, 2018, roč. 45, č. 2, s. 460-463. ISSN 0304-1042. URL info
  • KUBOVČÁKOVÁ, Zuzana. Spiritualita presahujúca náboženstvo : Spomienka na zenového majstra Bernie Glassmana. Axis Mundi. Bratislava: Slovenská spoločnosť pre štúdium náboženstviev pri SAV, 2018, roč. 13, č. 1, s. 42-46. ISSN 1337-0626. Spiritualita presahujúca náboženstvo: Spomienka na zenového majstra Bernie Glassmana [Spirituality Beyond Religion: A Memory of Zen Master Bernie Glassman] info
  • KUBOVČÁKOVÁ, Zuzana. The Dude and the Zen Master (recenzia). Axis Mundi. Bratislava: Slovenská spoločnosť pre štúdium náboženstviev pri SAV, 2018, roč. 13, č. 1, s. 48-51. ISSN 1337-0626. info
  • KUBOVČÁKOVÁ, Zuzana. Fukan zazengi : Meditačný manuál majstra Dógena. Pantheon : religionistický časopis. Pardubice: Univerzita Pardubice, 2018, roč. 13, č. 1, s. 14-33. ISSN 1803-2443. Fukan zazengi: Meditačný manuál majstra Dógena [Fukan Zazengi: Meditation Manual of Zen Master Dōgen] info
  • KUBOVČÁKOVÁ, Zuzana. Shinto: Indigenous Religion of Japan. In Einführung in die Religionen Ostasiens. 2017. info
  • KUBOVČÁKOVÁ, Zuzana. The Tibetan Version of the Scripture on the Ten Kings: And the Quest for Chinese Influence on the Tibetan Perception of the Afterlife (review). Axis Mundi. Bratislava: Slovenská spoločnosť pre štúdium náboženstviev pri SAV, 2017, roč. 12, č. 2, s. 54-56. ISSN 1337-0626. info
  • KUBOVČÁKOVÁ, Zuzana. Šintó – pôvodné japonské náboženstvo. In Náboženství světa II : východní tradice. 1. vyd. Brno: Masarykova univerzita, 2014. s. 93-113. ISBN 978-80-210-7203-9. Digitální knihovna FF MU info
  • KUBOVČÁKOVÁ, Zuzana. Japonský buddhizmus. In Náboženství světa II : Východní tradice. 1. vydání. Brno: Masarykova univerzita, 2014. s. 67-91. ISBN 978-80-210-7203-9. Digitální knihovna FF MU info
  • KUBOVČÁKOVÁ, Zuzana. Život a smrť z pohľadu buddhizmu a šintó : ženy a mníšky v pútnickej oblasti Kumano. In Konec světa. 1. vydání. Brno: Masarykova univerzita, 2014. s. 44-63. ISBN 978-80-210-6951-0. Digitální knihovna FF MU info
  • KUBOVČÁKOVÁ, Zuzana. Fiala, Karel: Kodžiki : Kronika dávneho Japonska (recenzia). Religio : revue pro religionistiku. Brno: Česká společnost pro studium náboženství, 2013, roč. 20, č. 2, s. 290-292. ISSN 1210-3640. info
  • KUBOVČÁKOVÁ, Zuzana. Havlíček, Jakub: Cesty božstev : Otázky interpretace náboženství a nacionalismu v moderním Japonsku (recenze). Pantheon : Religionistický časopis. Pardubice: Univerzita Pardubice, 2013, roč. 7, č. 2, s. 146-150. ISSN 1803-2443. info
  • KUBOVČÁKOVÁ, Zuzana. Vznik japonského cisárstva I. Bratislava (SR): Historická revue -- Slovenský archeologický a historický inštitút -- SAHI, 2013. 6 s. ISSN 1335-6550. info
  • KUBOVČÁKOVÁ, Zuzana. Zen. Bratislava (SR): Historická revue -- Slovenský archeologický a historický inštitút -- SAHI, 2013. ISSN 1335-6550. info
  • KUBOVČÁKOVÁ, Zuzana. Šintó. Bratislava (SR): Historická revue -- Slovenský archeologický a historický inštitút -- SAHI, 2013. 6 s. 5/2013. ISSN 1335-6550. info
  • KUBOVČÁKOVÁ, Zuzana. Vznik japonského cisárstva II. Bratislava: Historická revue -- Slovenský archeologický a historický inštitút -- SAHI, 2013. 5 s. ISSN 1335-6550. info
  • KUBOVČÁKOVÁ, Zuzana. Oslavy plodnosti v Japonsku a ich symbolika. Nový orient. Praha: AV ČR, Orientální ústav, 2013, roč. 68, č. 2, s. 21-28. ISSN 0029-5302. info
  • KUBOVČÁKOVÁ, Zuzana. Oslavy plodnosti v Japonsku a ich symbolika II. Nový orient. Praha: AV ČR, Orientální ústav, 2013, roč. 68, č. 4, s. 45-51. ISSN 0029-5302. info
  • KUBOVČÁKOVÁ, Zuzana. KUBOVČÁKOVÁ, Zuzana. Havlíček, Jakub: Cesty božstev: Otázky interpretace náboženství a nacionalismu v moderním Japonsku (recenze). Studia Orientalia Slovaca. Bratislava: FiF UK Bratislava, 2012, II, č. 2, s. 373-378. ISSN 1336-3786. info
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