One of the classes I took this semester was a new IAS course called Religion in Europe. The course was primarily a history course, but the last 1/4th-ish of the class was focused on contemporary Europe. During this time, we had the opportunity, through OU’s digital humanities program, to create a map pertaining to religion in modern London using ArcGIS. My group focused on mapping Judaism in modern London, and the final product was really interesting. Seeing the modern implications of where Ashkenazi and Sephardim Jews migrated to was really neat. We also looked at the development of Jewish community centers in London, and the thing we were most surprised by is how un-Orthodox most of these centers were, accepting Jews of various backgrounds including secular and LGBT Jews.