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Research Day Spring 2022 at the House of Lords

As we set off in the minibus for the House of Lords and our annual Research Evening on May 12 there was a feeling of expectation and excitement. By the time we boarded the bus to… Continue reading

"You Matter Because You are You": Faith and End of Life Care

The forget-me-not flower and dementia are linked in the most beautiful way. While dementia causes a decline in memory and cognitive function, the forget-me-not flower symbolises… Continue reading

Breaking a Difficult Silence: Memories of Srebrenica

Nedžad Avdić is a survivor of the Srebrenica genocide, only one of the handful of those who survived mass executions in July 1995. This is his story about how his experiences… Continue reading

Past and Present Musical Encounters across the Strait of Gibraltar (New ERC Project)

What role does music play in debates about colonial history and immigration? How might music overcome or reinforce cultural difference at a time of rising nationalism across… Continue reading

What's Trust Got To Do With It?

Dr Jan-Jonathan Bock reflects on his workshop 'Talk on Trust and Europe's Crisis of Representation'. Why has there been so much talk on trust in recent years? Whether we… Continue reading

Visiting the Mosque: What Happens When Parents Object

The Reverend Dr Tom Wilson is director of the St Philip's Centre in Leicester, which provides training and consultancy on interfaith and multifaith issues for a wide range of… Continue reading

Research Day Archive

The Turkish Jewish communityVictorian Synagogue musicDiversity and Politics in New Religious LeadershipCommunity Networks and Integration of Jewish Post-colonial Migrants in… Continue reading

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