Centre for Religion and Public Life research clusters

Religion, Ethnicity and Diaspora

Centre for Religion and Public Life research examines the complex intersections of religion, ethnicity and identity in contexts of migration and diaspora.

The research in this area, which is of an ethnographic nature, focuses on both local, national and international levels, and is mostly concerned with South Asian Muslim and Sikh communities and traditions.


Please click on the staff profiles below to see major recent publications and information on research projects and postgraduates.

Postgraduate research students

For current postgraduates supervised by academic staff in this cluster, please see individual staff profiles.