RONNIE PO-CHIA HSIA 夏伯嘉
Sin Wai-Kin Distinguished Visiting Professor in the Humanities (Jan – Apr 2015); Visiting Professor (May 2015), Hong Kong Institute for the Humanities and Social Sciences, The University of Hong Kong
Edwin Erle Sparks Professor of History, The Pennsylvania State University
Professor Hsia’s research has focused on the history of the Protestant Reformation, Catholic Renewal, anti-Semitism, and the encounter between Europe and Asia. During his visit at the Institute in 2015, he co-taught an undergraduate course “Christianity and Chinese Culture” with Dr. Fung Kam Wing at the School of Chinese. He also delivered two talks entitled “Christianity & Popular Religions in Late Imperial China — Some Notes from the Archives” and “慈航女神: 明清媽祖與聖母瑪利亞的比較研究”.