Primary Field of Study: World Religions and World Church
Ph. D University of Notre Dame
Research and Training Interests
Forthcoming. Examining Similarities and Differences between Catholicism and Confucianism in 17th-Century China: The Example of Zhang Xingyao. (Accepted for publication in the Early Modern Catholic Sources Series. Catholic University of America Press.)
2024. “The Translation of Saints and the Confucian Narrative of Sages in the Seventeenth and Eighteenth Century in China: The Examples of Alfonso Vagnone, Zhang Xingyao and Yan Mo.” Under review at Intellectual History Review.
2022. “‘The Ancient Rites of China’: Yan Mo 嚴謨on Ancestral Rites during the Chinese Rites Controversy.” Journal of World Christianity, 12(1): 90¬‒112.
2021. “The Concept of the Soul during the Chinese Rites Controversy: The Example of Xia Dachang 夏大常.” Journal of Chinese Religions, 49(2): 169‒190.
2020. “Mencius, Xunzi, Augustine, and John Chrysostom on Childhood Moral Cultivation.” In Confucianism and Catholicism: Reinvigorating the Dialogue. Ed. Philip J. Ivanhoe, Erin Cline, Michael Slater (Notre Dame: University of Notre Dame Press): 109‒134.