Brown Bag Talk Series, Fall 2016

    In fall semester of 2016, members of CRCS including faculty, research associates, visiting scholar and graduate students gave talks on their current research.

     

  • Post-Structuralist Approaches to Visualizing Chinese Religious Geographies by Jackie Henke, Ph.D. Student of Sociology, December 9, 2016
  • What Kind of Political Islam does Ordinary Arabians Support: Measuring and Explaining Internal Heterogeneity of Political Islam Supporters? by Yun Lu, Ph.D. Student of Sociology, November 18, 2016
  • Protestant Chinese Philanthropy and the State: The Case of the National Child Welfare Association, 1928-1947, by Dr. Margaret Tillman, Professor of History, November 11, 2016
  • The Formation of Daoism in Twentieth Century and Patriotic Daoism in China, by Shu-wei Hsieh, visiting scholar from The National Chengchi University, Taiwan, October 7, 2016
  • Emplacement of Religion: Geographical Patterns of Religious Sites and Changing Dynamics in 21-century China , by Fenggang Yang, Professor of Sociology, September 30, 2016
  • The Dao Pales in Comparison: Daoist and Buddhist Growth in Late 20th Century China, by Jonathan Pettit, Associate Director of CRCS, and Joey Marshall, Ph.D. Student of Sociology, September 23, 2016