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Prof. Anthony E. Clark to Lecture on “The Making of Jesuit Saints in Late Imperial China”

You are invited to attend a talk by Prof. Anthony E. Clark, Combe Trust Fellow at the University of Edinburgh. Date:  Wednesday, 20 October 2021, 1:00-2:00 pm in Edinburgh, Scotland (5:00 am in Seattle/8:00 am in New York) Zoom Link:  https://ed-ac-uk.zoom.us/j/81322391722 Passcode:  Vr8f3ew2 Title: The Theater of Canonization: The Making of Jesuit Saints in Late […]

Check Out Visiting Researcher’s, Margaret Bendroth, New Article

Visiting Researcher, Margaret Bendroth, has recently published a new article in The Review of Faith & International Affairs.   Bendroth looks at how the legacy of the Pilgrims shaped religion in the United States up to the early twentieth century. To read the interesting article, check out “Who Owns the Pilgrim Fathers? American Protestants and […]

Ruth Padilla DeBorst (’16) on the Legacy of John Stott

Dr. Ruth Padilla DeBorst (’16) was recently featured in a podcast series with Langham Partnership on the legacy of John Stott. Listen to her interview with Mark Meynell here! Dr. Padilla DeBorst, a longtime leader with IFES and the Fraternidad Teológica Latinoamericana, is currently on the leadership board at the Comunidad de Estudios Teológicos Interdisciplinarios (CETI) […]

Michèle Sigg Receives Grant to Study the African Contribution to Global Anglicanism

Dr. Michèle Sigg, Executive Director of the Dictionary of African Christian Biography (DACB), has recently received a substantial Constable Grant from The Episcopal Church for a project entitled “The African Contribution to Global Anglicanism.” The funding will support the project team in producing six educational videos on the history of the Christian church in Africa, […]

China Historical Christian Database Receives Competitive NEH Grant

Drs. Daryl Ireland, Eugenio Menegon, and Alex Mayfield recently wrote a proposal to receive a Digital Humanities Advancement Grant from the National Endowment for the Humanities for continued development of the China Historical Christian Database. We are pleased to announce that their proposal was just accepted! The project was one of twenty projects chosen by […]

Daryl Ireland to Speak on Chinese Revivalist John Song

This fall, Dr. Daryl Ireland, CGCM associate director, will be giving a presentation about his recent book, John Song: Modern Chinese Christianity and the Making of a New Man (Baylor University Press, 2020). The event is part of the fall semester events being hosted by the Overseas Ministry Study Center at Princeton Theological Seminary. Dr. […]

Jonathan Calvillo Recognized for Work on Southern Californian Latinx Protestantism

Dr. Jonathan Calvillo was named one of the Public Fellows in Religion and the American West due to his expertise in New Mexican Methodism and Southern Californian Latinx Protestantism. The Fellows program is sponsored by the New-York Historical Society, and the research of the Fellows will support the creation of a traveling exhibit in 2022 […]