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

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

Plumleigh Speakers

  • Date:
    Wednesday, September 11, 2013
  • Time:
    12:00 PM to 2:00 PM
  • Organizer:
    Dr. Gary Adler
  • Campus:
    University Park Campus
  • Venue:
    Engemann Student Health Center (ESH)
  • Room:
    101
  • Cost:
    Free but space is limited so please email gary.adler@usc.edu for reservations.
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Summary:

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.” 

Description:

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.”