T​​​​his is an international research, education, and publication project administered by the  Ricci Institute for Chinese-Western Cultural History at the University of San Francisco in ​collaboration with Brill Academic Publishers  in the Netherlands. It is funded by a generous four-year grant from the Henry Luce Foundation.  The purpose of the project is to further scholarly research on Christianity in East Asia with a particular emphasis on two different types of study: (1) independent historical narratives of Chinese, Japanese, and Korean Christian communities within their respective cultural spheres; and (2) explorations of the historical connections that bind Chinese Christian culture to that of Japan and Korea within the emerging field of global history.
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UPDATE! March 2, 2018:
Applications for the Ricci Institute's Fall 2018 International Workshop on the History of Christianity in East Asia at the University of Minnesota, in collaboration with the James Ford Bell Library, are now open. Click here for more information or here for the flyer in PDF format; applications must be submitted via email no later than April 21, 2018.

Beijing Nantang
Jeoldusan Martyrs' Memorial
Ōura Tenshudō, Nagasaki

Nantang, Beijing

​​Jeoldusan  Martyrs'  Memorial,  Seoul

Ōura Tenshudō, Nagasaki

北京 南堂

서울 절두산 순교성지

長崎 大浦天主堂

Last updated: March 2, 2018

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