Religion, Mobility and Urban Change in Britain and France Today


10h15-10h30 : Coffee

10h30-10h45 : Welcome and introductory
remarks : Lucine Endelstein (CNRS, Toulouse) and Leslie Fesenmyer (COMPAS, Oxford)

10h45-12h15 : Panel
Laura Vaughan (UCL, London): The significance of urban space in shaping religious solidarities : London, 1685-2015
Jane Garnett (Wadham College, Oxford): History and a sense of place. Religion in diaspora in East London
Chair: Michael Keith (COMPAS, Oxford)

12h15-13h00 : Lunch

13h00-15h00 : Panel
Claire Dwyer (UCL, London): Making suburban faith : Negotiating space for worship in West London
Yannick Fer (CNRS, Paris): ‘Why were all these
coloured people not there ?’ : Protestant events, socio-spatial inequalities and public visibility in Paris
Maria-Luisa Caputo (University of Paris 1): “Rebuilding a community in a suburban space: the Jewish community in Saint Brice sous Forêt”
Chair: Linda McDowell (St John College, Oxford)

15h00-15h15 : Coffee

15h15-16h00 : Concluding remarks and discussion, John Eade (University of Roehampton)