I am Jennifer Nicholls one of Dr Elizabeth Harris’ first year students.
The title of my project is; Exploration of the ways in which the union of two different faiths are brought together by marriage. For this piece I would like couples from different faiths to fill in a questionnaire about their future marriage or the marriage they have already had and the components of this marriage, for example whether two ceremonies are done or whether there is a civil ceremony and blessings are done afterwards in the respective holy buildings or if there was need for conversion to take place.
Would you or any of your group be able to help me with this, the questionnaires would be sent over email and if there were any queries the couple could email me, the research will be done anonymously and there will be no reference to the couples by name in the final piece and they are free to withdraw at any point in the research
Please contact her directly
From London to Nagpur, Lauren and Abhiram, 2015’s inspirational cross cultural couple
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BBC presenter Adrian Goldberg is himself the product of a Mixed marriage, his father a German Jew and Holocaust survivor, and his mother an Irish Catholic. Today, Adrian is himself in a Mixed marriage to a woman of Pakistani Muslim heritage. These personal details and the data from the Census which indicates that nearly 10% of relationships today are inter ethnic, have inspired Golderg to have conversations with other people in Mixed marriages today.
In this episode Adrian meets Rosalind Birtwistle, a Christian woman who married a Jewish man in the 1970s.