How was - and is - Christianity translated to fit into China? And how does religious practices in a rural township in Hebei Province imagine the state imagined as a provider of cosmic order? These were some of the questions we dug into during the seminar 'Comparative perspectives on the transformation of religious space in China'.
For the event, we had the honor of hosting professor Fan Lizhu and professor Chen Na of Fudan University as well as associate professor Mikkel Bunkenborg from the Department of Cross-Cultural and Regional Studies (CCRS) of the University of Copenhagen.
Read more on the event here.