Liz Hingley, Under Gods: Stories from the Soho Road,

2008-2009

Liz Hingley, Hare Krishna book

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Liz Hingley, Hare Krishna Temple

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Liz Hingley, Reverend Greg visiting the

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Liz Hingley, Dr. B.R. Ambedkar Indian

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Liz Hingley, St Francis Catholic primary

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Liz Hingley, Muslim teenagers one in

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Liz Hingley, Mrs Adina Clarke’s church

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Liz Hingley, The visitor from India,

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Liz Hingley, Temple maintenance by Thai

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Liz Hingley, Jain and Catholic

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Liz Hingley, A Jain’s personal prayer

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Liz Hingley, Sikh wedding, Soho Road

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Liz Hingley, Sanskrit writings

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Liz Hingley, Disabled Hare Krishna

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Liz Hingley, Canon St Baptists baptism

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The colourful world of Soho Road in Birmingham is presented by Liz Hingley, who grew up in this city where over 90 different nationalities now live. Between 2007-2009, Liz investigated urban faith to create a lasting documentation of the rich cultural diversities and religious practices. The collection of photographs and quotes intimately document different communities who use the 30 religious buildings along the road and speak about wider issues in contemporary urban experience such as immigration, secularism and religious revival. (Publication of book in 2011 supported by Openvizor)