From the Centre of Religious and Public Life at the University of Leeds comes the Religion in Public blog. In addition to providing updates about news and events at the Centre, this blog "provides an ongoing analysis of the theme of religion in public life, both locally, nationally, and internationally." New visitors may want to start by heading over to the posts tab, which offers helpful descriptions of each blog section. Highlights include the comments section (featuring reflections from a range of researchers about their research process), photovoice (short essays that incorporate photographs and other images in an analysis of the role of religion in public life), and researcher of the month (a spotlight on the work of a researcher that studies the intersections of public life and religion). Recent posts have included a piece about Christianity and LGBT activism in the continent of Africa and an examination of how World War I shaped Quaker activism in Great Britain.
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