Jade Hui is a nonbinary queer Master's Student in Religion specializing in Sexual Diversity Studies at the University of Toronto, mainly focused on Buddhism, Daoism, and ancestor worship. They are interested in how Buddhism may be useful for Mad Studies, particularly in understanding psychosis. They are also interested in Hong Kong and Sinophone Studies.
Join Ben Marcus, Lauren Horn Griffin, and Jade Hui as they discuss issues of religious freedom, tradition, and authority in topics ranging from Justice Alito's leaked draft decision on Dobbs v. Jackson Women's Health Organization to public ritual and performance art in Hong Kong. Tune in to learn more!