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American Catholic relationships with modern China. [U.S. Catholic Historian]
AuthorU.S. Catholic Historian
Carbonneau, Robert E.
Pub. LocationWashington, D.C.PublisherCatholic University of America Press
Date2016Phys. Desc.146 p. : ill. ; 25.5 cm.
LocationHallway CasesCall NumberBV3415.2.U6 2016
American Catholic relationships with modern China / U.S. Catholic Historian vol. 34, number 2, Spring 2016.
This issue on single topic.
Includes bibliographical references.

Introduction / Robert E. Carbonneau, C.P. – Shifting landscapes: Sino-American Catholic identitites, 1900-present / Anthony E. Clark. – China through the magic lantern: Passionist Father Theophane Maguire and American Catholic missionary images of China in the early Twentieth Century / Margaret Kuo. – An American adventure: the United States Vincentians in Jiangxi before 1949 / John J. Harney. – Bishop Fulton J. Sheen and the image of China and Chinese Catholicism in Worldmission magazine, 1950-1966 / Robert E. Carbonneau, C.P. – Cameras and conversions: crossing boundaries in American Catholic missionary experience and photography in modern China / Joseph W. Ho. – Richard Madsen, China scholar and public sociologist / Michael Agliardo, S.J.

Subject(s)Missionaries, American--China--History
Missions, American--China--History--20th century
Catholic Church--Missions--China--History--20th century
Passionists--Missions--China--History--20th century
Rec. TypePeriodical (special no.)LanguageEnglish
CollectionRicci Institute LibraryRec. #18914