Twists of Fate: Growth Trajectories of Catholicism and Protestantism in China Compared
评议人：Carnesecca (康克) 浙江大学社会学系副教授
2016 -- Assistant Professor, Sociology School of Public Affairs Zhejiang University, Hangzhou, China
2016 University of Notre Dame, PhD. Sociology
2012 University of Notre Dame, M.A. Sociology
2006 Yale University, B.A., honors in History, honors in East Asian Studies (China)
His primary interests are in the sociology of religion, social movements, and theory/meta-theory and his research centers on questions of religion, solidarity, and civic engagement.His interest in religion also includes questions of method, looking at how the construction of our analytical categories can skew our data and comparisons across religions and regions. His current project looks at the fate of religion during state-formation projects in China and Japan, the role of institutions and ideological resource production, and the contingent nature of secularizing projects.