Anglo-Jewish Music-Making: Synagogue, Stage, Society
'Anglo-Jewish Music-Making' explores the everyday musical life of nineteenth-century British Jews, and those involved in Jewish musical activities, sacred and secular, professional and amateur.
Faith in Mental Health
A research and public education project to study mental health from an interfaith perspective. The project combines the development of public educational materials on faith, interfaith and mental health with a policy-related study on mental health and Muslim communities in England and Wales.
Commission on the Integration of Refugees
The Commission on the Integration of Refugees is an independent commission that aims to improve the refugee and asylum system for a society where everyone, including refugees, feels welcome and integrated.
The Diversity Study of England and Wales
The Diversity Study of England and Wales is large-scale study of the public's attitudes towards ethnic, national and religious diversity and their experiences of it.
Documentary History of Jewish-Christian Relations: From Ancient Times to the Present Day
This is the first comprehensive attempt to gather up to 200 key primary documents, which shed light not only on the theological context, but also on the social, political, economic and other contexts, which are central to Jewish-Christian relations.
Forgiveness and Future-building
This new 2-year project will explore cultural and religious variations of forgiveness and how they impact post-conflict societies (Northern Ireland, Bosnia and South Sudan). The project will also include the development of an AI model that policymakers can use as a tool.
Late Judaeo-Arabic Correspondence of Ottoman Traders
This project examines documentary Late Judaeo-Arabic, the most important mode of communication for the widespread network of the Jewish traders in the late Mamluk and Ottoman periods.
Qur'an and Bible - Summary and Results
The Qur'an and Bible project seeks to explore the relationship between the two scriptures, and their similarities and differences.
Wisdom and Greatness in One Place: the 15th-c. Alexandrian Trader Moses Ben Judah and His Circle
Together with her colleague Dotan Arad (Bar Ilan University), Dr Esther-Miriam Wagner is currently preparing an edition of mercantile letters from 15th-century Alexandria, which are part of the manuscript collections in the Bodleian.