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Popular creativity in suburban faith communities

Arts and Humanities Research Council grant for Clare Dwyer

Popular creativity in suburban faith communities

Dr Claire Dwyer has been awarded a grant from the Arts and Humanities Research Council for a major project, Design, material culture and popular creativity in suburban faith communities.

The project, which will be undertaken in collaboration with Professor David Gilbert (Royall Holloway, UL), explores the aesthetics of faith and the material cultures and practices of suburban faith communities, drawing on case studies from West London.

The project will involve innovative collaborations with an architect, photographer and artist, alongside participants from local faith communities.

See: Claire Dwyer

The grant will support a Research Associate and two PhD studentships, and details of how to apply for these are provided in the links below.

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