The following workshop took place in Milton Keynes on Wednesday 4th November, hosted by the Open University. Follow this link to read a Storify of the proceedings.
Material and Sensual Religion, Past and Present: A Workshop
Wednesday 4th November, The Orchard Room, Hotel Mercure Milton Keynes Parkside House
10 – 10.30 Arrival, welcome and coffee/tea
10.30 – 11.30 Discussion session: What does ‘Material Religion’ mean to you?
11.30 – 12 Urmila Mohan, UCL/editor of the Material Religions blog: Colour, Religion and Modernity
12 – 12.30 Rebecca Moody, Syracuse University: Elemental Materiality, Revolutionary Resistance and Religion
12.30 – 1 S. Brent Plate, Hamilton College, The Skin of Religion
1 – 1.45 Lunch
2-2.30 Votives and Devotional Objects (Marion Bowman, Emma-Jayne Graham, Jess Hughes)
2.30-3.30 Religion and the (Five?) senses Part 1 (discussion session led by Graham Harvey)
3.45-4.30 Religion and the (Five?) senses Part 2
4.30-5.00 Final discussion
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