• James Miller
  • I work on Daoism (Taoism), China's indigenous religion, especially in regards to its views of the body, nature and environment. My research today examines how China's religious heritage can be an asset in the transformation to an ecologically sustainable culture not just for China but for the planet as a whole.

    James Miller

    Professor of Chinese Studies, Queen's University

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