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Anti-modern Theology and Pre-Modern Practice: Catholic Indigenization from Below in Modern China

Plumleigh Speakers

The Institute for Advanced Catholic Studies at USC is getting back into the academic swing of things with the 2013 Fall Plumleigh Lecture series, featuring an impressive line-up of scholars and authors. Dr. Richard Madsen, distinguished professor of Sociology, UC San Diego; director, UC Fudan Center and co-author with Robert Bellah and others of Habits of the Heart and The Good Society kicks off this year’s series with at a luncheon lecture entitled “Anti-modern Theology and Pre-Modern Practice: Catholic Indigenization from Below in Modern China.” 

The Institute for Advanced Catholic Studies at USC is getting back into the academic swing of things with the 2013 Fall Plumleigh Lecture series, featuring an impressive line-up of scholars and authors.

Dr. Richard Madsen, distinguished professor of Sociology, UC San Diego; director, UC Fudan Center and co-author with Robert Bellah and others of Habits of the Heart and The Good Society kicks off this year’s series with at a luncheon lecture entitled “Anti-modern Theology and Pre-Modern Practice: Catholic Indigenization from Below in Modern China.”