BRIC-19
  • Social Distance, Digital Congregation:

    British Ritual Innovation under COVID-19

  • Social Distance, Digital Congregation:

    British Ritual Innovation under COVID-19

  • Social Distance, Digital Congregation:

    British Ritual Innovation under COVID-19

  • Social Distance, Digital Congregation:

    British Ritual Innovation under COVID-19

  • Social Distance, Digital Congregation:

    British Ritual Innovation under COVID-19

  • Social Distance, Digital Congregation:

    British Ritual Innovation under COVID-19

RESEARCH UPDATES

What is action research, and why are we using it?

Dr Joshua Edelman

06/01/2021

How we work with religious professionals to help develop practical solutions that work in the field.

Public engagement in the pandemic: Reaching out and under Covid-19

Dr Eleanor O'Keeffe

14/12/2020

Dr Eleanor O'Keeffe offers an update on our engagement strategy and how we're reaching out and under Covid-19.

What do we mean by “ritual”?

Dr Alana Vincent

27/11/2020

As we’ve been contacting communities seeking responses for this study, we’ve received a lot of (not unexpected) questions about this, both from people who aren’t sure whether what they do is really ritual, and from people who are very vehemently certain that it isn’t. So let’s talk about language. Specifically, let’s talk about the challenge of trying to find one word that describes a lot of very different stuff. Because we couldn’t actually call this project “British people doing things connected to their faith or belief a little bit differently (or maybe not) because of Covid-19”--even though that is really what we mean when we say “Ritual Innovation”.

Surveying ritual lives in the Covid-19 pandemic

Dr Paulina Kolata

03/11/2020

On 21 September, we launched the British Ritual Innovation under COVID-19 impact survey aimed at ritual leaders and participants to investigate how people of all faiths and beliefs across the UK have been adapting their ritual practices during the pandemic.
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