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Ecclesiology and Ethnography Newsletter: Spring Updates

Here are some items we thought you might find interesting! Please take a look and don’t forget the Call for Papers for the September conference.

Bluegrass and Religion: An Investigation into the Meaning of Bluegrass Songs

Pete Ward is writing a book on bluegrass and religion and invites you to take a survey that forms part of the research for this book. This survey features the bluegrass group that plays at the annual conference.

TAKE SURVEY!

Two Events Coming Up:

Theological Action Research Training for Doctoral Students and Researchers
22nd and 23rd April 2021
9am to 12 midday (UK time) both days
 
Aimed at doctoral students and researchers, the training is designed to equip you with the knowledge and skills to embark on your own theological action research project.  The training will be interactive and conversational and take place over Zoom. The timings are chosen to enable participation in Asia and Australia and New Zealand.
 
The training is run by Dr Helen Cameron, Research Associate of the
Centre for Baptist Studies at Regent’s Park College, Oxford and Dr James Butler, postdoctoral researcher at the University of Roehampton and MA lecturer at the Church Mission Society, Oxford.
 
Price: £35 doctoral students, £50 waged researchers
An early bird discount of £5 will be available
 
https://estore.roehampton.ac.uk/conferences-and-events/conferences/tarn-2021

Workshop for those Supervising Students using Theological Action Research
Friday 7th and Friday 14th May 2021
3.30pm-5pm both days
Price: £45
 
This workshop, spread over two sessions, is for supervisors of postgraduate and doctoral students working with theological action research and/or the four voices of theology framework. 

It will take place on Zoom and will focus on the particularities of supervising a theological action research project, with time to share experience, ask questions and engage with the key characteristics of theological action research.
 
The sessions are run by Dr Clare Watkins, Reader in Practical Theology and Ecclesiology at the University of Roehampton, Dr Helen Cameron, Research Associate of the Centre for Baptist Studies at Regent’s Park College, Oxford and Dr James Butler, postdoctoral researcher at the University of Roehampton and MA lecturer at the Church Mission Society, Oxford.

More information and how to book here:
https://theologyandactionresearch.net/events/

Disclosing Church

We are delighted to let you know that there a limited number of paperback editions of this book now available for £15 plus p&p. First come, first served!

To order a copy go to: https://disclosingchurch.square.site