Chloe Starr

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Associate Professor of Asian Christianity and Theology; DGS, East Asian Studies
203-432-1424
Address: 
409 Prospect St, S-209, New Haven, CT 06511
Areas of interest : 
Asian Theology; Chinese Literature and Theology; Chinese Christian Scriptures
Region: 
China, Transregional, Southeast Asia

Courses

EAST 900

Master's Thesis

Directed reading and research on a topic approved by the DGS and advised by a faculty member (by arrangement) with expertise or specialized competence in the chosen field. Readings and research are done in preparation for the required master’s thesis.

Term: Spring 2020
EAST 900

Master’s Thesis

Directed reading and research on a topic approved by the DGS and advised by a faculty member (by arrangement) with expertise or specialized competence in the chosen field. Readings and research are done in preparation for the required master’s thesis.

Term: Fall 2019
EAST 910

Independent Study

By arrangement with faculty and with approval of the DGS.

Term: Fall 2019
EAST 910

Independent Study

By arrangement with faculty and with approval of the DGS.

Term: Spring 2020
REL 616

Introduction to East Asian Theologies

This course introduces a range of theological themes and key thinkers in twentieth- and twenty-first century Japan, Taiwan, and Korea. It surveys different theological movements within these countries (such as “homeland theology,” Minjung theology, the “no-church” movement, etc.) and encourages a critical response to the challenges that these theologies raise for Christians in Asia and elsewhere. The course considers contextualization and inculturation debates in each of these societies, as well as regional responses to Christianity. We read primary texts in English, with background reading for context, and students are encouraged to develop their own responses to the authors and their thought (e.g., students may submit theological reflections to count toward their grade).

Term: Fall 2019
Day/Time: F 1:30 PM - 3:20 PM