Asia Project

In an increasingly interconnected and intercultural world, the GTU is transforming theological education with interreligious and intercultural study. Located on the eastern edge of the Pacific Rim, the GTU vibrantly represents the intersection of Asian and Asian American cultures and faith traditions with an unparalleled concentration of Asian, Asian-American, and Oceanic faculty.  We look toward Asia and Oceania for academic and institutional partners, and we have a solid network of more than 170 alumni/ae working throughout Asia. 

AOCFT Certificate

The AOCFT Program is an interdisciplinary, multi-faith, and cross-cultural program.

History of the Asia Project

The Asia Project has been evolving from more than a decades’ efforts for an effective engagement with Asian contexts and cultures.

Resources

Asia/Asian American-related and Oceania-related Resources Across the Graduate Theological Union.

Sharing the Ignatian Spiritual Exercises with Other Religions: Welcome Reception and Lecture

A two-night event featuring Erin M. Cline, author of A World on Fire 

Dinner Board Room, Flora Lamson Hewlett Library, 2400 Ridge Road, Berkeley
5:00pm

Sharing the Ignatian Spiritual Exercises with Other Religions: Conversation at JST-SCU

A two-night event featuring Erin M. Cline, author of A World on Fire 

JST-SCU
6:45pm