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Biography

Dr Christina Welch is Reader in Theology, Religion and Philosophy. She gained her first class BA (Hons) in Religious Studies with Psychology at King Alfred’s College in 2000, and her MA (with distinction) in the Archaeology of Art & Representation from the University of Southampton in 2001. In 2005 she gained her AHRB-funded doctorate from the University of Southampton. Titled ‘The Role of Popular Visual Representation in the Construction of North American Indian and Western Alternative Spiritual Identities’, it combined her interests in religion and visual representation. Christina started university as a mature student having previously had a career in the financial services sector. She did much of her study as a single parent, and is dyslexic.

Dr Welch plays a leading role in the Medieval Jewish Winchester project, an interdisciplinary project in which academics from across the Faculty of Humanities and Social Sciences are working closely with Winchester City Council to rediscover Winchester's forgotten Jewish history and heritage, and to make it accessible to the general public.

A leading authority on late medieval carved cadavers, she recently developed a dedicated website exploring those found in England, Wales and Scotland dating from c. 1425 to 1558, as well as carved cadavers found in Ireland. Find out more about late medieval carved cadavers.

She is currently also engaged in interdisciplinary collaborative research into (Jewish) cemeteries in the Caribbean as well as locally in Winchester.

Higher Education Teaching Qualification: Higher Education Academy Senior Fellowship (SFHEA).

Publications

PEER-REVIEWED PUBLICATIONS

 

Co-authored monographs

  • (2021 in preparation) with Dr Niall Finneran, Materialities of Caribbean Religion. Routledge.

Co-edited books

  • (2021 in preparation) with Dr Amy Whitehead, Religion and Touch: Religion and the Senses series. Equinox.

 

Chapters in edited books

  • (2021 in press) ‘Death and Touch’, In A. Whitehead & C. Welch (eds). Religion and Touch: Religion and the Senses series Equinox
  • (2021 in press) ‘Civilizing the Redman: John Locke, Adam Smith and Social Darwinist perceptions of Religion, Land-use and Progress in North America’ In, C.  Mounsey (ed) Uncontrollable Extinction in terms of Global Bioethics. Routledge
  • (2020 in press) ‘Death in Art and Literature’. In, P. Booth & E. Tingle (eds) Death, Burial and Remembrance in Late Medieval and Early Modern Europe 1300-1700. Brill.
  • (2020) ‘The Imagined Emaciated Body in Late-Medieval English Memorial Sculpture’. In C. Mounsey & S. Booth (eds.), Bodies of Information: Reading the Variable Body from Roman Britain to Hip Hop. New York: Routledge: 39-61.
  • (2019) ‘Exploring Alice: the theological, socio-historical, and anatomical context of the de la Pole cadaver sculpture’. In, Z. Mutah (ed), English Alabaster Carvings and their Cultural Contexts. Woodford. Boydell & Brewer, 276-295.
  • (2018) ‘Late-medieval English Carved Cadaver Memento Mori Sculpture’. In, T. Tomani (ed). Dealing with the Dead: Mortality and Community in Medieval and Early Modern Europe. New York. Brill, 380-417.
  • (2018) ‘The Cultural and Spiritual Aspects of Growing Edible Plants: testing for meaningfulness in Leeds, UK’ with Prof Ann Light. In, J. Zeunert & T. Waterman (eds). The Routledge Handbook of Landscape and Food. Abingdon. Taylor & Francis, 570-582.
  • (2016) ‘Representing Queer Women: Nakedness and Sexuality in the Visual Presentation of the Colonized Body of the Female Other’. In, B. Scherer (ed), Queer/Variable Bodies: Ethics and Glocal Struggles. London. Peter Lang, 147-172.
  • (2016) ‘Late Medieval Carved Cadaver Memorials in England and Wales’. In A. Classen (ed). Death in the Middle Ages and Early Modern Times: the Material and Spiritual Conditions of the Culture of Death. Berlin. Walter de Gruyer, 374-410.
  • (2016) ‘Marketing Death through Erotic Art’. In, S.Dobscha (ed). Death in a Consumer Culture. London. Routledge, 43-56.
  • (2014) ‘Religion and Culture: Religious Artifacts as T-shirts, Toys and Museum Exhibits'. In P. Hedges (ed). Controversies in Contemporary Religion: Volume 2: Debates in the Public Square and Ethical Issues. Oxford: Praeger: 177-212.
  • (2014) with P. Hedges. ‘Charisma, Scriptures, Revelation, and Texts: Sources of Religious Authority, In P. Hedges (ed). Controversies in Contemporary Religion: Volume 1: Theoretical and Academic Debates. Oxford: Praeger: 57-80.
  • (2013) ‘Teepees & Totem Poles: imaginings of North American Indians in European popular culture for children’. In, D. Stirrup & J. MacKay (eds) Tribal Fantasies: Native Americans in the European Imaginary, 1900-2010. New York: Palgrave Macmillan: 101-116.
  • (2005) ‘Representations of North American Indian Spirituality in the World of Western Children’ In, C. Ota & C. Erricker (eds) Spiritual Education: Literary, Empirical & Pedagogical Approaches, Brighton: Sussex Academic Press: 40-58.
  • (2004) ‘Appropriating the Didjeridu and the Sweat Lodge: New Age Baddies and Indigenous Victims?’ In, I. Lewis (ed) The Encyclopaedic Source Book of the New Age, New York: Prometheus Press: 349-375.

 

Journal articles

  • (2020 in press) with Dr Niall Finneran. ‘Mourning Balliceaux: Towards a Biography of a Caribbean Island of Death, Grief and Memory’. Journal of Island Studies
  • (2020) ‘Barbadian Gothick: The Moving Coffins of the Chase Vault in Socio-Cultural Context’ with Dr Niall Finneran. International Journal of Folklore 131 (1): 55-75.
  • (2020) with Dr Niall Finneran. ‘Out of the Shadow of Balliceaux: From Garifuna Place of Memory to Garifuna Sense of Place in St Vincent and the Grenadines, Eastern Caribbean. Journal of African Diaspora Archaeology and Heritage 8 (2): 226-251.
  • (2019) ‘Powwowing My Way: Exploring Johnson’s Concepts of Indigenizing and Extending through the Lives Expressions of American Indian-ness by European Powwow Enthusiasts’, International Journal for the Study of New Religions 9 (2): 249-270.
  • (2018) ‘Place, Space and Memory in the old Jewish East End of London: An Archaeological Biography of Sandys Row Synagogue, Spitalfields, and its wider context’, with Dr Niall Finneran and Rachel Lichenstein. International Journal of Historical Archaeology, 23 (2): 380-403.
  • (2016) ‘Chopping and Changing: exploring the Willoughby carved cadaver memorials at St. Leonard’s church, Wollaton, Nottinghamshire’. Church Archaeology, 17: 63-78.
  • (2016) ‘From Villainous Letch and Sinful Outcast, to especially beloved of God; Complicating the Medieval Leper through Gender and Social Status’, with Dr Rohan Brown. Historical Reflections/Reflexions Historique, 42 (1): 48-60.
  • (2015) ‘Death and the Erotic Woman: the European Gendering of Mortality in time of Religious Change’. Journal of Gender Studies 24 (4): 399-418.
  • (2014) ‘Coffin Calendar Girls: A New Take on an Old Trope’. Writing From Below 2 (1): 1-29.
  • (2013) ‘For Prayers and Pedagogy: Contextualising English Carved Cadaver Monuments of the Late-Medieval Social and Religious Elite’. Fieldwork in Religion 8 (2): 133-155.
  •  (2011) ‘Savagery on Show: The Popular Visual Representation of Native American peoples and their Lifeways at the World’s Fairs (1851-1904) and in Buffalo Bill’s Wild West (1884-1904)’. Journal of Early Popular Visual Culture 9 (4): 331-345.
  • (2010) ‘The Spirituality of, and at, Greenham Common Peace Camp’. Feminist Theology 18 (2): 230-248.
  • (2007) ‘Complicating Spiritual Appropriation: North American Indian Agency in Western Alternative Spiritual Practice’. Journal of New Age & Alternative Spiritualities 3: 97-117.
  • (2002) ‘Appropriating the Didjeridu and the Sweat Lodge: New Age Baddies and Indigenous Victims?’ Journal of Contemporary Religion 17 (1): 21-38.

 

Encyclopedia, Editorials and Companion entries

  • (2019) ‘Death’. In G. Chryssides & S. Gregg (eds). Studying Christians: Companion to Christianity. London. Bloomsbury: 137-140.
  • (2015) Editorial: ‘Diversity in Gender and Visual Representation: an introduction’ with Dr Russell Luyt and Rose Lobban Journal of Gender Studies 24 (4): 383-385.
  • (2013) ‘Editorial: Death in the Field: utilizing fieldwork to explore the historical interpreting of death related activity, and the emotional coping with death’ Fieldwork in Religion 8 (2): 127-132.
  • (2012) ‘Greenham Common’. In, N. Naples (ed). Encyclopedia of Gender and Sexuality Studies. Chichester: Wiley-Blackwell: 1-2.

 

Public Engagement Publications

  • (2016) ‘Putting Jewish Medieval Winchester on the Tourist Map’. Shemot: Jewish Genealogy Society of Great Britain, 24 (1). 8-11.
  • (2016) ‘Let’s Talk of Graves, of Worms, and Epitaphs; afterword’. Dancing with Death: an Awful Warning in a Welsh Church. Llancarfan. Ian Fell, 25-27.

 

CONFERENCE PAPERS PRESENTED

 

  • (2020) ‘Why are Community Heritage projects Important? A Case Study from Grieggs Village, Charlotte Parish, St Vincent and the Grenadines, with Dr Niall Finneran, 7th International Garifuna Heritage Conference, Kingstown, St Vincent & the Grenadines.
  • (2020) ‘Teaching Garifuna History at Secondary School Level: challenges and opportunities,’ with Dr Niall Finneran, 7th International Garifuna Heritage Conference, Kingstown, St Vincent & the Grenadines.
  • (2019) ‘Mastering Death; the voices of staff and students in the purpose and possibilities of a death studies Distance Learning Masters degree,’ Death, Dying and Disposal, Bath, UK.
  • (2019) ‘Carved Cadavers; Context, Anatomy & an ‘Experimental Archaeology of Art’, Disciplinary Convergence: Dialogues and Conversations, University of Notre Dame (USA) in England, London, UK.
  • (2019) ‘The Garifuna Cultural Landscape (St Vincent and the Grenadines, Windward Islands): Community Engagement with an African Diaspora within an African Diaspora’ with Dr Niall Finneran, International Association of Caribbean Archaeology, Bridgetown, Barbados.
  • (2019) ‘The ‘Good’, the ‘Bad’ and the ‘Ugly’: Anatomical Accuracy in pre-Versalian British Mortuary Sculpture’, with Dr Wendy Birch, International Federation of the Association of Anatomists, London, UK.
  • (2019) ‘Dissecting the Anatomy of Late-medieval and Early-Modern English Carved Cadavers’ with Dr Wendy Birch, International Federation of the Association of Anatomists, London, UK.
  • (2019) - ‘Exploring the Garifuna & Kalinago Heritage and Culture- Cultural Survival, Youth and Opportunities in Heritage Tourism’ with Dr Niall Finneran, 6th International Garifuna Heritage Conference, Kingstown, St Vincent & the Grenadines.
  • (2018) ‘The Garifuna Cultural Landscape (St Vincent and the Grenadines, Windward Islands): Community Engagement with an African Diaspora within an African Diaspora?’ with Dr Niall Finneran, African Archaeology Research Day, University of Cambridge.
  • (2018) ‘Pow-wowing My Way’, European Association for the Study of Religions, University of Bern, Bern, Switzerland.
  • (2018) ‘Balliceaux: a Garifuna Site of Memory in Global Context’, with Dr Niall Finneran, 5th International Garifuna Heritage Conference, Kingstown, St Vincent & the Grenadines.
  • (2017) ‘Contextualising the Fashion for Carved Cadaver Memorials in Late-Medieval England’, Skeletons, Stories and Social Bodies, University of Southampton, UK.
  • (2016) ‘Contextualising English Late-Medieval Carved Cadavers; Depicting the Pains of Purgatory in Anatomical Art’, Othello's Island: International Conference of Medieval and Renaissance Studies, Nicosia, Cyprus.
  • (2015) ‘Beyond Memento Mori’ Body, Surface, Agency: Cambridge Medieval Art Seminar Series, University of Cambridge, UK.
  • (2015) ‘The Marginalization and Misunderstandings of Late-medieval English Transi Memorials’, Leeds Medieval Congress, Leeds, UK.
  • (2015) ‘Understanding Spiritual Well-being in Late medieval England through Sculptures of the Emaciated Dead’, Hygiene, Medicine, and Well-being in the Middle Ages and the early Modern Age, University of Arizona, Tuscon, USA.
  • (2015) ‘Speculating on (Self-)Projected Humility in the Memento Mori Memorials of the Late-Medieval English Social and Religious Elite (c.1420-1558): Carved Cadavers and the Power of the Crafted Image of the Human lLkeness’. Speculation and Misinterpretation on the Medieval and Early Modern IMAGO The Israeli Association for Visual Culture of the Middle Ages, and the Art History Department, Tel Aviv University, Israel.
  • (2015) ‘Depicting Death in Late-Medieval Funerary Sculpture: English and Welsh Carved Cadavers, ca.1240-1588’. Mourning and Morbidity: Death in British Art. British Art Research School, York University, York, UK.
  • (2014) ‘English Carved Cadavers Memorials’. Fifty years after Panofsky’s Tomb Sculpture: New Approaches, New Perspectives, New Material. The Courtauld Institute, London, UK.
  • ·     (2014) ‘Brief life is vain, such glory has this end:  Exploring English Carved Cadaver Memorials, c.1425-1558,’ 11th International Symposium on the Middle Ages and the Early Modern Age: Death and the Culture of Death in the Middle Ages and Early Modern Time. University of Arizona, Tuscon, USA.
  • ·     (2014) with Dr Rohan Brown ‘"From Villainous Letch and Sinful Outcast, to 'especially beloved of God': Complicating the Medieval Leper through Gender and Status," Gender and Medieval Studies Conference, University of Winchester, Winchester, UK.
  • (2013) ‘Imaging the American Indian in Contemporary Popular Culture; Confirming and Challenging the Legacy of Catlin, his Peers and Successors’. American Indian Images; making and Breaking George Catlin’s Legacy. National Portrait Gallery, London, UK.
  • (2013) ‘English Carved Cadaver Monuments’. Death and Commemoration in Salisbury and Wessex in the Later Middle Ages, Salisbury, UK.
  • (2013) ‘For Prayers and Pedagogy: Contextualising English Cadaver Monuments of the late-medieval social and religious elite’. Bi-Annual Symposium of Latin American and Caribbean Internacional del Conociemeinto: Muerte, Cultuta y Cronotopo; Dialogos interdisciplinarios, Santiago de Chile, Chile.
  • (2012) ‘Sex, Death and the Erotic Women; the European Gendering of Mortality in Times of Major Religious Change’. Gender and Visual Representation, Winchester, UK.
  • (2012) ‘Can Erotic Art Reflect Religious Change: Contextualising Early Modern, and Contemporary, Death and the Maiden Imagery’, British Association for the Study of Religions, Winchester, UK.
  • (2011) ‘The North American Indian’ and Re-setting the Stereotype: Challenging Misrepresentations through the Lens of Jeff Thomas’. Indigeneity and the Arts: Visual Cultures & Communication, Canterbury, UK.
  • (2010) ‘Rotting Corpses & Renaissance Religiousity’. Society of Renaissance Studies, York, UK.
  • (2009) ‘Civilizing the Redman: Locke, Smith, Land and Social Darwinism’. International Society for the Study of Religion, Nature & Culture, Amsterdam, Holland.  
  • (2009) ‘Savagery on Show: The Popular Visual Representation of North American Indian Peoples and their Lifeways at the World’s Fairs and in the Wild West’s’. Visual Delights IV: Visual Empires, National Fairground Archive & Sheffield University, Sheffield, UK.  
  • (2009) ‘Telling History through Horses: the Lakota as Portrayed through the Works of John Fusco’. Southwest Texas Popular Culture and American Culture Association, Albuquerque, New Mexico. 
  • (2008) ‘Victorian Voyeurism; Sex and Social Darwinism’. Queer People 4: The Whole History of Sexuality, Christ College, Cambridge, UK.
  • (2008) ‘The Spirituality of Greenham’. Winchester & British and Irish School of Feminist Theology conference, Winchester, UK.
  • (2008) ‘Representing Religious Responses to Social Change through Contemporary Indigenous Cinema’. Media, Spiritualites and Social Change, University of Colorado, Boulder, USA.
  • (2007) ‘Culture, Colonialism & Indigenous Spiritualities: ‘Into the West’ & ‘Apocalypto’ as contemporary ways of knowing’. 5th International meeting of Socio-Religious Studies; the religious movements in the face of the conflicts & challenges of a world in crisis, Havana, Cuba.
  • (2006) 'Looking the part: Indigenous Environmentalism and the Western Ecological Dream'. Critical Perspectives on Religion and the Environment, Birmingham, UK.
  •  (2006) ‘Educating the Empire’s Wards: Civilizing the Children of Colonised peoples’ Empires of Religion Conference, Dublin, Ireland.
  • (2006) ‘Tow Tides of Neo-Paganism’, American Academy of Religion, Washington D.C.
  • (2005) ‘Indians Icons: Understandings of Native American Women and Colonialera Culture through Art and Artefacts,’ Women, Art and Culture: Historical Perspectives, XIV Women’s History Network Conference, Southampton, UK.
  • (2005) ‘Indigenous Concepts of Land and New Age Appropriations’ and ‘Becoming the Other: Appropriation or Appreciation?’ XIX World Congress of the International Association for the History of Religions, Tokyo, Japan.
    • (2004) ‘Mission Schools and the use of Schools at the World’s Fairs’ Women, Religion and Education Seminar, University College, Winchester, UK.
    • (2003) ‘Incorporating the Other into our Spiritual Self’, British Association for the Study of Religions, Chester, UK.
    • (2003) ‘Dances with Two Wolves: Native Americans and the New Age’, Alternative Spiritualities and New Age Studies Conference, Milton Keynes, UK.
    • (2003) ‘Hobbyists and Hobbyism in the UK’, Pow-wow: Performance and Nationhood in Native North America, British Museum, London, UK.
    • (2002) ‘Representations of North American Indian Spirituality in the World of Western Children: (Neo)Colonialism in a Post-Colonial Society’, International Journal of Children’s Spirituality Conference, Winchester, UK.

 

INTERNATIONAL CONFERENCES CONVENED

 

 

PUBLIC ENGAGEMENT

 

  • (2020) - ‘Living Stones: Discussion of the churchyard and memorials of St Georges Cathedral Kingstown,’ Kingstown, St Vincent and the Grenadines
  • (2020) ‘New information of the village history of Greiggs: Fanny Greigg, a History,’ Greiggs, St Vincent and the Grenadines
  • (2020) ‘Contextualizing Carved Cadavers of the Late medieval and Early Modern Britain’ public talk at Winchester Catholic History Society, Winchester, UK
  • (2019) ‘Fanny Greigg’s memorial at St. Andrew’s Church, Farlington’, public talk at St. Andrew’s Church, Farlington, Portsmouth, UK
  • (2019) ‘Jewish medieval Winchester’, public talk for the University of the Third Age, Littleton, Winchester, UK
  • (2019) ‘Erotic Death Art: Exploring Death and the Maiden Imagery’, public talk at London Month of the Dead, UK.
  • (2019) ‘West Hill Cemetery’, Discovery centre, Winchester, UK
  • (2019) ‘Sensing Place: Images of East End Children’, East London Mosque, London, UK.
  • (2019) ‘Jewish Medieval Winchester’, Winchester Cathedral Public Seminar Series, Winchester, UK.
  • (2018) - ‘Carved Cadavers: Morality and Mortality Uncovered’, Thackray Medical Museum, Leeds, UK.
  • (2017) ‘Remembering the Victorian Dead: Winchester' West Hill Cemetery’ with Dr Mark Allen, Winchester Records Office, Hampshire History talks series, Winchester, UK.
  • (2017) - ‘Death, Sin and Purgatory in Medieval England’, Winchester Cathedral Public Seminar Series, Winchester, UK.
  • (2017) ‘Erotic Death Art: Exploring Death and the Maiden Imagery’, London Month of the Dead, UK.
  •  (2016) - ‘British Carved Cadaver Sculptures’, 10 Days/Nights, Winchester Arts Seminar, UK.
  • (2016) ‘How the Dead Help the Living, Live’, Hopes and Fear Pitt Rivers Museum Festival, Oxford, UK.
  •  (2015) - ‘Anatomy, Religion, and English Late-Medieval Carved Cadaver Sculptures’, Morbid Anatomy Museum, Brooklyn, USA.
  • (2015) ‘The Use of Mummified Body Parts in Medieval European Medicine’, Pitt Rivers Museum Day of the Dead Festival, Oxford, UK.
  • (2011) - Bought and Sold: Southampton’s Links with the Slave Trade’, Tudor House Museum, Southampton, UK.

 

GRANTS AWARDED

  

  • (2019) with Dr Niall Finneran, ‘Towards an Archaeology of Death and Memory in the old Jewish East End of London’; £541.80 Research Grant from the City of London Archaeological Trust (Welch as Co-I)
  • (2019) with Farlington Parish Church, Portsmouth, ‘Greiggs Memorial in Farlington, UK, and Greiggs Village in St Vincent; the life and death of fanny Greigg’; £500 from the Nugee Foundation (secured funds to go to Greiggs village school)
  • (2018) ‘Mapping Memory in the East End’ follow-on funding with Dr Niall Finneran; £5000 from University of Winchester through the Higher Education Innovation Fund (Welch as Co-PI).
  • (2017) ‘Mapping Memory in the East End’ with Dr Niall Finneran; £55030 from University of Winchester through the Higher Education Innovation Fund for Sensing Place Heritage website (Welch as Co-PI)
  • (2016) ‘Death, Art and Anatomy Conference’; £4943 from Wellcome Foundation, £2000 from Henry Moore Foundation, £1000 from Society for the Social History of Medicine Grants for Conference support (Welch as PI)
  • (2016) 'Examining the anatomy of late-Medieval Carved Cadavers’; £2821 from Wellcome Foundation, Research Grant for fieldwork (Welch as PI)
  • (2016) ‘Exploring the Mercer's Recumbent Christ Sculpture’; £2995 from Mercers Foundation, Research Grant for 3D scanning (Welch as PI)
  • (2014) ‘GEM; Grown, Edible, Meaningful’ with Prof Ann Light (PI); £39,984 for Arts and Humanities Research Council, Connected Communities, Research Grant for fieldwork (Welch as Co-I)
  • (2013) ‘Stonemasonry and Medieval Carved Cadavers’; £1500 from Henry Moore Foundation, Research Grant for fieldwork
  • (2013) ‘Carved Cadavers in Wollaton Church’; £530 from Church Archaeology Fund, for fieldwork.
  • (2011) University of Winchester, seedcorn funding; £800 for late-medieval cadaver monuments project.
  • (2007) ‘Culture, Colonialism & Indigenous Spiritualities: ‘Into the West’ & ‘Apocalypto’ as contemporary ways of knowing’. 5th International meeting of Socio-Religious Studies; the religious movements in the face of the conflicts & challenges of a world in crisis’; £1000 from British Council Overseas Travel Grant to present at a conference in Havana, Cuba.
  • (2007) ‘Youth Interfaith; Faith, Spirituality and Social Change’; £500 from Alma Kirsch Trust Educational Trust for youth interfaith education project
  • (2006) ‘Spirituality of Greenham Peace Camp’; £1000 from University of Winchester Promising Researcher, for fieldwork.
    • (2005) ‘Indians Icons: Understandings of Native American Women and Colonialera Culture through Art and Artefacts’ Women, Art & Culture: Historical Perspectives, XIV Women’s History Network Conference,’ £500 from Women’s History Network conference grant.
    • (2005) ‘Indigenous Concepts of Land and New Age Appropriations’ and ‘Becoming the Other: Appropriation or Appreciation?’  XIX World Congress of the International Association for the History of Religions; £1000 from King Alfred’s College, Winchester conference grant fund to present at IAHR Congress, Tokyo.
    • (2001-2004) Arts and Humanities Research Board, Postgraduate Research Studentship
    • (2000) Southampton University, Taught Masters scholarship, fees bursary

 

EDUCATION WORK

 

  • (2019) ‘What is the Future for Religion?’, Hampshire Education Youth Voice workshop, Winchester, UK
  • (2018) ‘Pocahontas and After’, Border Crossings, London, https://www.bordercrossings.org.uk/sites/default/files/Pocahontas%20and%20After%20-%20Catalogue.pdf
  • (2018) ‘Religion: Provider of Peace or Causer of Conflict?’, Hampshire Education Youth Voice workshop, Winchester, UK
  • (2018) History and Social Science teacher workshop on the Garifuna, St Vincent and the Grenadines, Ministry of Education
  • (2017) ‘Reality vs the Media: Does the Media Stereotype Religion’, Hampshire Education Youth Voice workshop, Winchester, UK
  • (2016) ‘Would the World be a better place without Religion’, Hampshire Education Youth Voice workshop, Winchester, UK
  • (2015) ‘What is Religion?’, Hampshire Education Youth Voice workshop, Winchester, UK
  • (2012) ‘Teaching about Native American Spiritual’, Hampshire County Religious Education
  • (2007-2014) Interfaith Dialogue adviser, Hampshire County Council

 

CONSULTANCY

 

  • (2020) ‘Heritage Asset identification’ Caribbean Heritage Organization, web workshops
  • (2016) ‘International Standards on Freedom of Religion and Belief’, OSCE and Turkmenistan government, Ashgabat, Turkmenistan
  • (2015) ‘Religion and Education’, OSCE and Turkmenistan government, Ashgabat, Turkmenistan
  • (2014) ‘Freedom of Religion and Belief; Religion and Human Rights’, OSCE and Turkmenistan government, Ashgabat, Turkmenistan
  • (2012) ‘Environment and Religion’, Alliance of Religion and Conservation/UrbanAg
  • (2009-2011) ‘Equality and Religion adviser’, South Central Ambulance Service-
  • (2008-2011) ‘Religion and Education’, Peter Rabbett Educational Consultancy and Training
  • (2008-2009) ‘Black History Month; Southampton and Slavery’, Southampton City Council
  • (2007-2010) ‘Religion and migrants’, Migrant Project: Religion and Social Change through Art, Mexico

 

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