Atlas of Religion in China and Mapping Religion and Society

On November 9, 2018, CRCS has successfully hosted the Book Launch of Atlas and Roundtable Discussion on Mapping Religion and Society at Purdue University.
 
Joel Ebarb, Senior Associate Dean at College of Liberal Arts and Linda Renzulli, Head of Department of Purdue Sociology delivered opening remarks.
 
Fenggang Yang, the Directory of CRCS talked about the project of Atlas of Religion in China. CRCS Post-Doc Research Fellow, Charles Chang and Research Assistant, Ke Liu introduced the new project Online Spiritual Atlas of China, which will be available online soon.
 
A group of researchers from Boston University, UCLA, IUPUI, Zhejiang University and Xiamen University attended the roundtable discussion.