Heritage and Religion in East Asia is a new publication from CHMS Senior Lecturer Dr. Yujie Zhu. The edited book examines how religious heritage, in a mobile way, plays across national boundaries in East Asia and, in doing so, the book provides new theoretical insights into the articulation of heritage and religion.
This project was developed from a workshop co-organised and funded by the ANU and the Institute of Ethnology, Academia Sinica, Taiwan in 2018. It has been a successful international collaboration among three institutions: ANU, Australia, Academia Sinica, Taiwan and UCL, UK.
For more information, or to order your own copy, please see the Routledge website.