Resources

The Connected Communities Projects have produced a wide variety of resources from reports to films. Many of these resources are available through the links on this page. Individual project websites are also a great place to look for resources and further information - you can access them through our Project Pages.

End of Show Project Documents

Flyer advertising the end of project showcase – widely disseminated among faith/LGBTQI networks. Ritual Reconstructed Flyer 2015 Programme detailing all three parts of the Showcase event RR Programme – FINALRR Participant Evaluation Form RR Evaluation Form for 24-11-15 Letter of thanks to participants and supporters encouraging further involvement/feedback and suggestions for developing the project in new directions. Read more

Radio. TLV1 Man, Woman & Everything in Between: Story of a Trans Jew.

The theme of Tel Aviv’s Pride Parade this year is transgender rights. So, what does it feel like to question your own gender identity? To find yourself in-between the masculine and the feminine? Surat-Shaan Knan shares his journey of self-discovery and explains where his trans-masculine and liberal Jewish identity intersect. Read more

Publication. Kochberg, Searle (, 2015) Keshet as part of UK LGBT History Month 2015

Keshet as part of UK LGBT History Month 2015 By Searle Kochberg In Interaction Ritual Chains (2005), Randall Collins proposes that successful rituals “create symbols of group membership and pump up individuals with emotional energy”. A lot of what follows is directly or indirectly Reconstructionist,  based on the ideas of Mordecai Kaplan. Read more

Supporting Notes: Ritual Reconstructed Films – World Aids Day

Supporting notes/discussion guide to support the 2nd of five films made for the Ritual Reconstructed project

Supporting Notes for film outputs – Pride Seder

Supporting notes which explain why the ‘Pride Seder’ filmed for this project is explicitly both Jewish and LGBTQI incorporating unique ritual elements which enable the celebration and commemoration of hybridised identities

Co-Constructing Research: A Critical Literature Review

This literature review was written as part of the AHRC funded Connected Communities project: CoDesign: Leaning Reflections. Read more

Utopia Workshop at the Watershed

Last month, Connected Communities held a workshop as part of Utopia 2016 at the Watershed in Bristol

Creating Living Knowledge Workshop Photos

Last month, Connected Communities held a Creating Living Knowledge workshop at the RSA in London

So you want to do collaborative research: a University of Bristol guide to the ethical considerations

This guide has been designed to provide guidance on ethical considerations for academics at the University of Bristol working with community organisations and individuals working. It provides practical advice and details of where to get help. Although some of the details are University of Bristol specific the advice and exercises would be helpful to any academic beginning a collaborative research project. Read more