Church in lockdown
Curated by: Emma Teale (University of Edinburgh)
Drawing on ethnography from the United States, Scotland, and Democratic Republic of Congo, this installation looks at a diverse range of church responses to the coronavirus pandemic. Contributors speak to a range of themes including COVID19’s intersection with racial inequalities; contested Church-State relationships in addressing public health; and means of (re)organizing in reaction to a year of massive disruption. This installation captures various imaginations of the post-COVID Christian nation.
Contributors: Frederick Klaits (SUNY Buffalo), Jon Bialecki (UCSD), Emma Wild-Wood (University of Edinburgh), Yossa Way, (Anglican University of Congo), Emma Teale (University of Edinburgh)