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‘The Glastonbury Experience: Beliefs, Politics and Values’ Research Questionnaire

This questionnaire will take you 10 minutes to complete. It will contribute to academic research carried out by scholars at the University of South Wales, Cardiff University and the Open University, in UK. The data we collect will be solely used for academic purposes (such as conference papers, workshops, seminars and academic publications). Your contribution … Continue reading ‘The Glastonbury Experience: Beliefs, Politics and Values’ Research Questionnaire Continue reading

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Research Poster: From the Hippy Trail to Festivals

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Sacred Stones and Bodies Seminar at USW

Our recent seminar at the University of South Wales, ‘Sacred Stones and Bodies’, held on 28 February 2017, examined the material culture and some of the sacred loci of modern arts and performance festivals.  The speakers talked about the sacred stones at the Glastonbury Festival, as well as the rituals associated with ‘festival bodies’. Dr Jacqui … Continue reading Sacred Stones and Bodies Seminar at USW Continue reading

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‘Sacred Stones and Bodies’, Festival Studies Network Research Seminar

University of South Wales, Cardiff Tue 28 Feb 2017 This short seminar will examine the material culture and some of the sacred loci of modern arts and performance festivals.  The blank canvases of the festival fields, which in their majority contain ephemeral yet well established, storied, structures, such as the Pyramid Stage at Glastonbury, have … Continue reading ‘Sacred Stones and Bodies’, Festival Studies Network Research Seminar Continue reading

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