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Dr Sarah Dunlop

Director, 'Visualising Hope Project', CMS

BA(Wheaton College), MTh(Regents Park College, Oxford), PhD(King’s College, London)
Research Fellow, Department of Theology and Religion, University of Birmingham
Also: Research Associate, Centre for the Study of Theology, Religion and Culture, King's College London
Formerly: IFES European Mission Team
Areas: Youth culture and spirituality of young people, research methods, contemporary theology, visual ethnography
Research: Megachurches in London and Social Transformation
Regions: Central and Eastern Europe, UK
Publications: Visualising Hope: Exploring the Spirituality of Young People in Central and Eastern Europe, YTC Press, 2008. Lectures and conference papers including: ‘Gospel and Culture’ and ‘Postmodernism and the implications for youth work’. Centre for Youth Ministry, Oxford (2005). ‘Visualising transcendence: A case study of the spirituality of young people in Kyiv, Ukraine.” in Keston Institute’s Journal, Frontier (2005). ‘Creating Spirituality,’ describing students’ iconic use of popular images at International Study of Religion in Eastern and Central Europe Association (2003). Paper on visual ethnographic methods to study the search for spiritual meaning among young people in a post-Soviet society at The International Visual Sociology Association (2003)

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