Over the past few months, Bric-19 Research Team have been busy working with communities and individuals to capture how people across the UK have adapted the ways in which they conduct regular communal rituals, life-cycle events, and holiday celebrations in the wake of the COVID-19 pandemic. We have been collecting pandemic histories to understand how ritual leaders, facilitators and participants from across religious and non-religious contexts have made communal gatherings possible and to investigate the adaptations that have allowed this vital work to continue.
Save the date for the project update. With a halfway point of the project behind us, we want to share our preliminary findings and work in progress with the public to enable a conversation about the disruptions, challenges and opportunities that the pandemic has brought into our ritual practices and spaces. This 2-hour online event is open to everyone.
It will take place at 7 pm (UK time) on Monday, 29 March 2021.
Public Event British Ritual Innovation during Covid-19
Time: 7:00-9:00 PM (GMT)
Date: Monday, 29 March 2021
The event will include:
We hope to see you there and looking forward to your questions and feedback.
To join us on the day, please register via Eventbrite here.