John Milbank Lecture in Hong Kong 2019

The McDonald Faith and Global Engagement Distinguished Lecture Series

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Prof. John Milbank (University of Nottingham)

28 January 2019 (Monday) | 7pm-8:30pm
HKU Rayson Huang Theatre

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