Guest
Chloe Starr, Assistant Professor of Asian Christianity and Theology

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Episode: February 26, 2014

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Professor Starr has published on Chinese literature and Chinese theology; recent works include Red-light Novels of the late Qing, a co-edited volume The Quest for Gentility in China, and an edited volume Reading Christian Scriptures in China. She is currently editing and translating a reader in Chinese Christian theology. We talk with Professor Starr about Chinese Intellectual Christianity.

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