USJ’s Reverend Joseph Cheah, OSM, Ph.D., Professor of Religious Studies and Theology conference presentation and published abstract

At the Institute for Advanced Studies in Asian Cultures and Theologies (IASACT) 15th-anniversary conference, USJ’s Reverend Joseph Cheah, OSM, Ph.D., Professor of Religious Studies and Theology, shared his presentation titled, “Asian Pneumatology of the FABC and the Reimagining of the Hospitality and Spirituality in Asia”. Following the conference, his work was accepted by the prestigious international journal, QUEST: Studies on Religion and Culture in Asia.

Fr. Joe said of the honor, “I was a part of the original IASACT cohort in 2004. It was a five-week residential program that provides space and time for scholars to deepen our understanding of contemporary theologies and Asian traditions. Last year, I was fortunate to be a handful of scholars outside of Asia to take part in the IASACT academic conference cum the 15th-anniversary celebration at the Chinese University of Hong Kong. I’m honored and elated that my presentation at the conference has been published by a prestigious journal, QUEST: Studies on Religion and Culture in Asia.”

Join the USJ community in congratulating Rev. Joe for these recognitions. Learn more about B.A. in Religious Studies here.