Thao Nguyen, a graduate of Saint Louis University (B.A.), Jesuit School of Theology in Berkeley (M.Div.), received his Ph.D. at the Graduate Theological Union in Berkeley. His research interests include Buddhist- Christian Studies, Faith and Culture, Asian Religions, Christianity in Asia, and Christian Mission in Dialogue. He is working on a book exploring the mission, movements, and vision of Catholic women in Asia.
- RSOC 10 Asian Religious Traditions
- RSOC 11 Christianity in Asia
- TESP 184 Jesus Across Cultures
- TESP 34 Quan-Am and Mary
- TESP 194 Interreligious Studies
“Resistance, Dialogue, and Enduring Negotiation: Church and State in Vietnam.” Studies in World Christianity (forthcoming)
“Examination of Consciousness for Transformation: A Comparative Study of Ignatian and Vietnamese Truc Lam Zen Traditions” in Elizabeth Harris, ed. Buddhist and Christian Meditation (Munich: Editions Sankt Ottilien) (forthcoming)
“The Vision of Asian Women in Interreligious Dialogue.” Mission Studies: Journal of the International Association for Mission Studies, October 2018, 36
“A Vibrant Church: Catholicism in Vietnam,” in Erin Brigham, ed. Catholic Identity In Context (San Francisco University Press, 2018)
“Quan Am and Mary: Vietnamese Religious, Cultural, and Spiritual Phenomena.” Buddhist Christian Studies, December 2017, 37
“Inculturation for Mission: The Transformation of French Notre-Dame des Victoires into Our Lady of La Vang in Vietnam 1998.” Missiology: An International Review, April 2017.
“Toward a Dialogical Church: Asian Bishops and Asian Catholic women.” Theology Today, July 2016, 73
“Hôn Nhân Liên Tôn ” [Interfaith Marriage] in Nguyen Khac Hy, ed. Hôn Nhân và Gia Đình [Marriage and Family] (Atlanta: Federation of Vietnamese Catholics in The US, 2015)