Each year the Boisi Center provides an intellectual home for visiting scholars working on significant projects related to religion and public life. Visiting scholars participate in the intellectual life of the Center, which includes numerous public events, and may have an opportunity to present their own research as well. For more information about the visiting scholars program, or to apply for a position in the 2013-2014 academic year, please see the application information.
VISITING SCHOLARS 2013
Yu Xueming is Professor of Religious Studies and Chinese Philosophy at China University of Political Science and Law, Beijing, China. She has published books and articles about the philosophy of the Tiantai denomination, relations among the Chinese Buddhist sects, and interactions between Buddhism and society. She is currently exploring the topic of religion and legal culture. She earned a Ph.D. from Renming University of China in 2004.
For a list of past visiting scholars, click here.