Catrin Sawford

Following her undergraduate combined honours degree in English Literature and Study of Religion at Bath Spa University, Catrin is now writing her MA dissertation at the University of Wales Trinity St Davidon on how we can study Autonomous Sensory Meridian Response (a relaxing 'tingly' feeling that has amassed an online following of millions) through the lens of religious studies. Her other academic research includes how religious experience connects to other intensely emotional experiences such as music, and the burning of religious texts, with the latter being the focus for her undergraduate dissertation topic back in 2017.

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