Sarah Fink completed her B.A. in Religious Studies at Davidson College in 2018. Her undergraduate research focused on changing religious climates and the increasing presence of Tibetan Buddhism in Mainland China and the United States. This year-long thesis project began while studying abroad in Nepal upon discovering a large number of Chinese tourists visiting the monasteries within a Tibetan refugee community. She is more broadly interested in the impact politics, economics and social issues have on religious change in China.
Department: Department of Asian Studies
Role(s): Participant-Masters Student