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The Spatial Study of Religion in China

Project Team Members -- Purdue University Calumet

 

George Hong is Professor of History at PUC and Co-Director of the Center on Religion and Chinese Society at Purdue University. After receiving Ph.D. in history at the University of Maryland at College Park in 1992, Dr. Hong has intensive teaching, research, and administrative experience at three American universities. He has published eight books and more than 80 refereed articles in the fields of modern China, US-China relations, and economic history.  Supported by more than $11 million from federal, private and international foundations, he has directed and/or co-directed more than 30 research projects.

 

Le Zeng, graduate student at PUC, is responsible for GIS and spatial information related to the project. He is also assisting Dr. Hong supervising other student assistants.

 

Lu Cao, graduate student at PUC, is responsible for searching, selecting, and analyzing the project information.

 

Xin Wang, graduate student at PUC, is responsible for searching, selecting, and analyzing the project information.

 

Zhaowei Chen, student at PUC, is responsible for the project website designing and maintenance.

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