Jifeng Liu is Assistant Professor of Southeast Asian Studies at Xiamen University in China and was previously Research Fellow at the Max Planck Institute for the Study of Religious and Ethnic Diversity in Germany, where he still is a research partner. He received his PhD in sociology and religious studies from Leiden University, the Netherlands. His research revolves around the interplay of ethnicity, religion and politics, in particular religion in Chinese societies, Chinese in Southeast Asia, immigrant religion, as well as ethnicity and religion in Southeast Asia.
Center for Southeast Asian Studies
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Liu, Jifeng, and Chris White. “Old Pastor and Local Bureaucrats: Recasting Church-State Relations in Contemporary China.” Modern China 45, no.5 (2019): 564-90.
Liu, Jifeng, and Chris White. “Consuming Missionary Legacies in Contemporary China: Eric Liddell and Evolving Interpretations of Chinese Christian History.” China Information 33, no.1 (2019): 46-65.
Liu, Jifeng. “The Passing of Glory: Urban Development, Local Politics and Christianity on Gulangyu.” In Protestantism in Xiamen: Then and Now, edited by Chris White, 77-101. London: Palgrave Macmillan, 2019.
Liu, Jifeng. “Reconstructing Missionary History in China Today: Cultural Heritage, Local Politics and Christianity in Xiamen.” The Asia Pacific Journal of Anthropology 18, no.1 (2017): 54-72.