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Ritual Reconstructed Revisited Feedback.

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Ritual Reconstructed Revisited- Feedback Form Online survey BOS bucks.onlinesurveys.ac.uk bucks.onlinesurveys.ac.uk/ritual-reconstructed-revisited-feedback-form We would be incredibly grateful if you are able to take a few minutes to complete the feedback form for attending Ritual Reconstructed Revisited: continuity and signalling the…

Ritual Reconstructed Revisited: continuity and signalling the future. Aka. “Ritual Reconstructed: The Online Hanukah Edition


We are delighted to invite you to take part in an online interdisciplinary symposium which builds and expands upon the AHRC funded project Ritual Reconstructed: challenges to disconnection, division and exclusion in the Jewish LGBTQI+ community ritualreconstructed.com (a…

Synagogues: spaces to be shared?


We will be holding two separate workshops at different locations: the West London Reform Synagogue and the Montagu Centre (headquarters of Liberal Judaism) to explore how Jewish communities engage with their local populations and the ways in which…

Places that Progress Symposium 18th March 2016

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Places that Progress Symposium 18th March 2016 Download the presentation here Brighton Seminar Places That Progress – 18-3-16

Introduction to the Ritual Reconstructed Project – January 2015

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Talking ideas is a Bucks New University principal interdisciplinary research forum TALKING IDEAS 2015 – Social and Cultural Rituals “Faith and Sexuality – Recreating Ritual beyond hetero-normative sexual boundaries” ************ Consortium for Research Excellence, Support and Training (CREST). We also…

Association of American Geographers. Creative Approaches to Researching Religion in the City stream

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Creative Approaches to Researching Religion in the City 1: Embodied Practices and Narratives of Everyday Religion Tuesday, 3/29/2016 at 12:40 PM. Hilton San Francisco Union Square. Abstract: This paper consists of a presentation of elements of a UK…

Connected Communities Festival. University of East Anglia July 2015

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As the culmination of the summer 2015 national Connected Communities Festival, this was a conference for those who have been and are involved in Connected Communities projects, held at the University of East Anglia. Rituals and Research Bricolage…

Telling the final showcase story.

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Rabbis, Artists & Academics unite for landmark diversity event at JW3


Ritual Reconstructed final event showcase was hosted at the Jewish Community Centre (JW3) last November 2015, the three part programme included a premiere of the ‘Ritual Reconstructed Documentary’ a series of short films produced by the University of Portsmouth…

Places That Progress?: creating better lives for sexual and gender minorities University of Brighton

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Why should we consider geography when doing work on sex and sexualities? This unique one-day symposium aims to bring together activists, academics, charities and public and voluntary organisations, to explore geographies of sexualities and develop links within and…