Fr. Linh N. Hoang , O.F.M.

Associate Professor of Religious Studies

Phone: (518) 782‑6568
Email: lhoang@siena.edu

Linh N. Hoang

Degrees:

Ph.D. Theology Fordham University
M.Phil. Theology Fordham University
M.Div. Theology Catholic Theological Union
M.A. Theology Catholic Theological Union
B.A. Philosophy Catholic University of Louvain, Belgium

What I love about Siena:

I enjoy the people who work for the school as well as the students who come prepared to learn.

My Favorite courses to teach are:

The courses that I like to teach is World Religion and courses on Globalization.

Professional Experience:

Chair Siena College 2005 - Now
Teacher Hayden High School 1998 - 2000

Why I chose Siena:

I chose to work and stay because of living and working with my fellow brother friars.

My teaching philosophy:

My quick response is dialogue which means engaging people with the materials in order to see how it affects their lives and the world.


Place: A Spiritual Renewal in Being Human
Spirituality, vol. 21
May/Jun, 2015
Hospitality in the Time of Migration: Reflection on Racism and Poverty
Asian Horizon, vol. 8
December, 2014
Book Review: Stephen M. Cherry: Faith, Family, Filipino American Family Life
Review of Religious Research, vol. 56
December, 2014
Theology of Migration
Catholic Theological Society of America, vol. 67
2012
Theology of Migration
Catholic Theological Society of America, vol. 66
2011
Book Review: Jonathan Tan Introduction to an Asian American Theology
Horizons: Journal of the College Theology Society, vol. 38
2011
Book Review: Thomas P. Rausch Educating for Faith and Justice: Catholic Higher Education Today
New Theology Review, vol. 24
2011
The Faith and Practice of Asian American Catholics: Generational Shift
New Theology Review, vol. 23
2010
Crossing and Dwelling: Hospitality in a Theology of Migration
Asian Christian Review, vol. 4
2010
Theology of Migration
Catholic Theological Society of America, vol. 65
2010
Theology of Migration
Catholic Theological Society of America, vol. 64
2009
All Look the Same: Asian American Catholics and Racism
New Theology Review, vol. 21
2008
Creating New Spiritual Homes: Vietnamese Refugees Negotiating American and Catholic Identities
American Catholic Studies, vol. 118
2007
Book Review: Peter Cha, S. Steve Kang, and Helen Lee, Growing Healthy Asian American Churches
MultiCultural Review, vol. 15
2006
Book Review: Peter C. Phan Vietnamese-American Catholics
American Catholic Studies, vol. 117
2006
The Im/Possibility of Dialogue
Catholic Theological Society of America, vol. 61
2006
Book Review: Dwight N. Hopkins, Being Human: Race, Culture and Religion
MultiCultural Review, vol. 15
2006
Asian American Religious Cultures Two Volumes
ABC-CLIO
2015
Southeast Asian Diaspora in the United States: Memories and Visions, Yesterday, Today and Tomorrow
Cambridge Scholars Publishing
ISBN: 1-4438-6364-5
2014
Southeast Asian Diaspora in the United States
Routledge
2012
Asian Pacific American Religious Culture
ABC-CLIO
2012
Mission with Migrants in a Global World
SCM Press
2012
Rebuilding Religious Experience:Vietnamese Refugees in America
AkademikerVerlag
ISBN: 9783639449938
2012
The Catholic Studies Reader
Fordham University Press
ISBN: 9780823234103
2011
Rebuilding Religious Experience:Vietnamese Refugees in America
VDM Verlag Dr. Muller
ISBN: 9783836422215
2007
Reading Peter C. Phan: Engaging Culture, Identity, and the Catholic Church
2015
Vietnamese in America Since 1975, Los Angeles, California
Re-Imaging Mary as Vietnamese
April, 2014
World Catholicism and Intercultural Theology, Chicago, Illinois
Crossing and Placing: A Vietnamese American Catholic Experience
2013
Association for the Sociology of Religion, New York, New York
Dwelling in Place: Asian American Enhancing a New Catholicity
2013
Catholic Theological Society of America, Miami, Florida
The Mission with Migrants in a Trinitarian Dimension
2012
Migration, Religious Experience and Mission with Migrants in Asia, Manila, Philippines
Migration in a Trinitarian Perspective
2012
Catholic Theological Society of America, St.Louis, Missouri
Southeast Asian Refugees: Negotiating Religious Markers
2011
Critical Refugee Studies, Milwaukee, Wisconsin
Yellow by Choice: Asian American Catholics and Racism
2011
College Theology Society, New Rochelle, New York
Consuming Religion: Asian Americans in a Consumer Culture
2011
Association of Asian American Studies, New Orleans, Louisiana
Separating Religious and Cultural Spaces: Vietnamese American Catholic Experience
2011
Re-SEAing Southeast Asian American Studies, San Francisco, California
Mapping Spaces: Catholicity and Religious Pluralism in Asia
2011
World Catholicism and Intercultural Theology, Chicago, Illinois
Crossing and Dwelling: Hospitality in A Theology of Migration
2010
Catholic Theological Society of America, Cleveland, Ohio
Mission Ad Gentes: Inter-religious Dialogue and Inculturation
2010
United States Catholic Mission Congress, Albuquerque, New Mexico
Catholicism on Campus: A Practice in Transition
2010
ASACCU Conference, St. Joseph, Minnesota
Strangers with Borders: Theological Reflection on Refugee Resettlement
2009
Catholic Theological Society of America, Halifax, Nova Scotia
Catholic Practices Among College Students
2009
ASACCU Conference, Loudonville, New York
Asian American Catholics: Generations of Church Participation?
2008
Catholic Theological Society of America, Miami, Florida
A Heart-Mind Turn: Confucianism in Vietnam at the Period of Franciscan Missionaries
2007
International Congress on Medieval Studies, Kalamazoo, Michigan
Diversity Leadership in the U.S. Catholic Church
2007
Fordham University, Bronx, New York
Immigrants in Mission
2007
United States Catholic Mission Congress, Austin, Texas