Current Fellow

Xueying Wang - Theology
Linwood House - 112

Fall Classes:
THEO-200-H: The Christian Tradition

A study of the origins and development of Christian thought as it forms communities and engages the world.



Xueying Wang earned a B. A. in German from Beijing Foreign Studies University, an M.A. in literature from Beijing University. After she came to the United States, she earned an M. A. and a Ph.D. in theology from the University of Notre Dame. Her dissertation, “Gregory of Nyssa on the Corporate Nature of the Human Body,” explores Gregory’s conception of the human body as an important medium of interpersonal relationships, including human beings’ relationship with Christ, the Incarnate Word. Xueying’s research and teaching interests include early Christian theology, theological anthropology, and comparative religions (especially East Asian religions and Christianity).

Professor Wang's complete biography

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