Studies in Christianity in China

This series extends our understanding of the Christian missionary movement in China from the time of the Jesuits in the Ming dynasty to the Protestants in the nineteenth and early twentieth centuries. Books in this series explore the complexities of Chinese Christianity, considering the impact of the missionary movement on both the Chinese people and the countries that sent missionaries to China. Edited by Joseph W. Ho, Assistant Professor of History at Albion College and Center Associate at the Lieberthal-Rogel Center for Chinese Studies, University of Michigan.

War and Occupation in China
Edited by Charles Bright and Joseph W. Ho
Lehigh University Press - A Voluntary Exile
Anthony E Clark, ed.
Lehigh University Press - China's Saints
Anthony E. Clark
Lehigh University Press - A Protestant Church in Communist China
John Craig William Keating
Lehigh University Press - Foreign Exchange
Judith Liu
Lehigh University Press - The Widow's Quest
Kathleen L. Lodwick
Lehigh University Press - Pioneer Chinese Christian Women
Jessie G. Lutz, ed.
Teresa Ying Mulan - Edited By Francis Morgan - Translated By Francis Morgan


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