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Call for Papers: Yale-Edinburgh Group

Oral, Print, and Digital Cultures in World Christianity and the History of Mission The next meeting of the Yale-Edinburgh Group on World Christianity and the History of Mission is to take place on-line, from New College, University of Edinburgh, from 22-24 June 2021. More information about the on-line format will be provided later. We anticipate […]

Toleration in Comparative Perspective

The Center for Democracy, Toleration and Religion is pleased to work in conjunction with Reset Dialogues on Civilizations to host the conference“Toleration in Comparative Perspective: Concepts, Practices, Documents” from January 19-23, 2021, over Zoom. The conference gathers scholars to talk about the ways in which religious toleration has been articulated and practiced in places and […]

Digital Humanities: Mapping Christianity in China

On November 19-21, 2020, the Center for Global Christianity and Mission convened a workshop on “Mapping Christianity in China, 1550-1950.” The Center launched the China Historical Christian Database (CHCD) project in 2018 to map where every Christian church, school, hospital, monastery, orphanage, publishing house, and the like were located in China between 1550 and 1950. […]

Mission Records as Method: Towards a Microhistory of Global China

A Virtual Workshop with Dr. Eugenio Menegon Thursday, July 30, 2020 Eastern Time (US and Canada) 3:30 PM – 5:00 PM Reading: This event is part of the 2020 summer events hosted by the Humanities Unbounded MicroWorlds Lab at Duke University. The MicroWorlds Lab is a collaborative humanities research project with support from the Andrew […]

John Parker Awarded Franciscan History Fellowship

John Parker was recently awarded a dissertation fellowship by the Academy of American Franciscan History. Mr. Parker’s dissertation is tentatively entitled, “Libertas est Bonum Ordinis Superioris Omnium Bonorum: Perfect Obedientia in Epifanio Moirans O.F.M. cap’s Iusta Defensio.” He also has a chapter in the forthcoming, The Dominicans as Participants, Witnesses, and Critics of the Colonization of […]

Missional Responses to COVID-19

Tuesday April 28 | 12:00 to 1:30pm LAST CHANCE TO RSVP! The coronavirus has presented a unique missional opportunity to be the loving embrace of God to our neighbors. UniteBoston has been reaching out to Christian leaders in Boston to see how they are doing and to listen for the “good news stories” that are […]