The Virgin Mary in Chinese iconography

Clarke_hb.inddThe Virgin Mary and Catholic Identities in Chinese History (Hong Kong University Press) is a new book forthcoming from Father Jeremy Clarke, SJ, a historian whose expertise is the history of  Catholicism in China. Through a prism of history, theology and art, the book explores how the Virgin Mary has been depicted in Chinese paintings and sculptures and the communities that produced them. Fr. Clarke is an assistant professor in the University’s History Department. For a limited time, it can be ordered from Columbia University Press at a 30% discount using code VIRCLA.

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