Center on Religion and the Global East
The Center on Religion and the Global East (CRGE) at Purdue University is dedicated to advancing the social scientific study of religion in East Asian societies, East Asian diasporas, and religions originated in East Asia that are spread around the world. The Center on Religion and Chinese Society (CRCS) was started in 2008 to advance scholarship and dialogue on Chinese religions. In 2020, we expanded our focus to religion in the Global East. CRGE strives to deepen scholarly understanding of religions through research projects and scholarly exchanges, and to building bridges among scholars in the West and East and between scholars and the public through media, symposia, lectures, and publications.
- Yang, Fenggang. 2021. "The Religious Market Theory and Religious Change in the United States and China: An Interview with Rodney Stark and Roger Finke", Review of Religion and Chinese Society.
- Yang, Fenggang. 2021. "Sinicization or Chinafication? Cultural Assimilation vs. Political Domestication of Christianity in China and Beyond" in The Sinicization of Chinese Religions: From Above and Below, edited by Richard Madsen. Brill.
- Pettit, JEE, Fenggang Yang and Yuqian Huang. 2021. "Developing a Database of Religions in Contemporary China." in "Digital Humanities and Research Methods in Religious Studies: An Introduction, edited by Christopher D. Cantwell and Kristian Petersen. De Gruyter.
宗教在當代中國 : 共產黨統治下的存續與復興
宗教在當代中國 : 共產黨統治下的存續與復興 Chinese Edition of [Fenggang Yang, Religion in China: Survival & Revival under Communist Rule, Oxford: Oxford University Press, 2012] 2021.
Shades of Gray in the Changing Religious Markets of China
Yang, Fenggang, Jonathan Pettit and Chris White. 2021. Shades of Gray in the Changing Religious Markets of China, Brill.
Christian Social Activism and Rule of Law in Chinese Societies
Yang, Fenggang and Chris White. 2021. Christian Social Activism and Rule of Law in Chinese Societies, Lehigh University Press.
Review of Religion and Chinese Society
Volume 8, Issue 1
Hsu Yu-Tsuen, Chang Wei-An, and Chang Han-Pi, The Sarawak Dabogong Festival and Its Social Significance in the Chinese Community in Malaysia
Ampere A. Tseng, Quantifying the Number of Hidden Han Buddhists in Contemporary China
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