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Chinese Americans as Religious Nones: Understanding non-Western Traditions

Poster for Chinese American Religiousity
Thursday, November 03, 2022
12:00 pm - 2:00 pm

Duke students are invited to join the AMAR Lab and AADS at the York room in Gray building on Thursday, November the 3rd for a talk on Chinese American religiosity.

This talk addresses the paradox of why Chinese Americans are the most non-religious ethnic group in the United States but still maintain devoted, moral lives. Through the examination of religious change in their traditions, Dr. Jeung explains that Chinese Americans retain an ethno-religious outlook that differs from Western understandings but has adapted to the West.

Contact: AMAR Lab