Series » Oriental Studies » Studies in the History of Christianity in the Non-Western World
Edited by Klaus Koschorke and Johannes Meier
This trilingual series, founded in 1998, has established itself as a forum of international and interdisciplinary research on central topics of the history of Christianity in Asia, Africa, and Latin America. It is long since Christianity was primarily a Western religion. The majority of the Christian world population lives in the so-called global South. Thus, a new historiography is required doing justice to altered ecumenical conditions. The series offers a platform for works on the history of Christianity in the context of particular regions and especially for studies dealing with trans-continental networks and comprehensive developments from a comparative perspective.
the Impact of Overseas Work from the Beginnings until the 1920s On behalf of the Sponsors and the Academic Advisory Council of the Study Process on the Role of the German Protestant Work Overseas in Colonial Southern Africa
Herausgegeben von Lessing, Hanns / Besten, Julia / Dedering, Tilman / Hohmann, Christian / Kriel, Lize