Anna Sun, Associate Professor of Sociology and Asian Studies at Kenyon College, is Harvard Divinity School’s second Berggruen Fellow. Her research focuses on the revival of Confucianism as a religion in contemporary China. She also works on larger conceptual and methodological issues in the study of Chinese religions, as well as the relationship between religion and politics. Read more about Resurfacing Religion in Contemporary China
The Woodrow Wilson National Fellowship Foundation recently announced the selection of 22 Charlotte W. Newcombe Doctoral Dissertation Fellows for 2013.
Among them are Harvard doctoral candidates in history Philippa Hetherington and Caroline Spence, as well as Lang Chen and Molly Farneth, both of whom received master's degrees from Harvard Divinity School.
Philippa Hetherington's dissertation, "Victims of the Social Temperament: Prostitution and the Campaign against the Traffic in Women in Imperial Russia and the Soviet Union, 1880-1935," examines the emergence of the "