Professor Jia Jinhua of Philosophy and Religious Studies Program elected fellow of US National Humanities Center

14 Feb 2014

Professor Jia Jinhua of Philosophy and Religious Studies Program, Faculty of Arts and Humanities has just been elected as a Fellow of the National Humanities Center, United States and also invited to work on her research projects there for the 2014-2015 year. NHC is one of the a few renowned “institutes for advanced study” in the world, which promote intellectual autonomy, intellectual depth, and scholarly community. Prof Jia is the first NHC Fellow from the greater China region (Macau, Hong Kong, Taiwan, and Singapore).

Recently Professor Jia has also been invited as a Partner of the World Consortium for Research in Confucian Culture and as a Plenary Speaker for the Consortium’s inauguration conference “Confucian Values and a Changing World Cultural Order” to be held in October 2014 in Hawaii. Professor Jia has also been elected as a Member of the Academic Committee, Chinese Academy of Buddhism.


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Prof. Jia Jinhua 賈晉華教授