Prof. Shun-hing Chan
Professor, Department of Religion and Philosophy
B.A., M.Div. (CUHK), M.Th. (Edinburgh), Ph.D. (CUHK)
Sociology of religion; church-state relations; religion and social movements
Social scientific study of religion; sociology of religion; social movements; globalization
(Co-authored with Wing-leung Law) “Revisiting Religion and Civic Virtue in Contemporary China: The Case of Shouwang Church in Beijing,” in De Natura Fidei: Rethinking Religion across Disciplinary Boundaries, edited by Jibu Mathew George. New York: Palgrave Macmillan, 2021 (forthcoming).
Shun-hing Chan and Jonathan Wilson Johnson, eds. Citizens of Two Kingdoms: Civil Society and Christian Religion in Greater China. Leiden: Brill 2020 (forthcoming).
“Education and Modernization: The Role of Christian Churches in Hong Kong” (Japanese language), in Education and Cultural Interaction in Growing Asia, edited by Yuri Ishii and Kumai Shota. Hiroshima: Keisui-sha, 2020, pp. 160–174.
“Changing Church-State Relations in Contemporary China: The Case of Wenzhou Diocese,” International Sociology 31.4 (2016): 489-507.
“The Protestant Community and the Umbrella Movement in Hong Kong,” Inter-Asia Cultural Studies 16.3 (2015): 380-395.
The Political Influence of the Catholic and Protestant Churches in Hong Kong.
Christian Activism and the Occupy Movement.
Teaching Ethical Reasoning in Hong Kong’s Secondary Education.