John E. Cort (born 1953) is an American indologist. He is a
professor of Asian and Comparative Religions at Denison University,
where he is also Chair of the Department of Religion. He has studied
^ "Cort, John E., 1953-". VIAF. Retrieved 20 May 2017.
^ Cort, John E. (1995). "Genres of Jain history". Journal of Indian
Philosophy. Springer Nature. 23 (4): 469–506.
^ JOHN E. CORT (1990), MODELS OF AND FOR THE STUDY OF THE JAINS,
Method & Theory in the Study of Religion, Brill Academic, Vol. 2,
No. 1 (spring 1990), pp. 42-71
John E. Cort (2001). Jains in the World: Religious Values and
Ideology in India. Oxford University Press.
^ John Cort (2010). Framing the Jina: Narratives of Icons and Idols in
Jain History. Oxford University Press.
John E. Cort (Denison), "The Jina as King or the Jina as Ascetic?
Jain Concepts of Divinity", Ohio State University
^ Peter Flügel (2006),
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