2013

Religion and Place

Landscape, Politics and Piety

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ISBN: 978-94-007-4684-8 (Print) 978-94-007-4685-5 (Online)

Table of contents (12 chapters)

  1. Front Matter

    Pages i-xiii

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    Pages 1-20

    Introduction – Religion and Place: Landscape, Politics, and Piety

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    Pages 21-38

    Christian Evangelizing Across National Boundaries: Technology, Cultural Capital and the Intellectualization of Religion

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    Pages 39-55

    New Cities in the Muslim World: The Cultural Politics of Planning an ‘Islamic’ City

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    Pages 57-74

    Metaphors to Live by: Identity Formation and Resistance Among Minority Muslims in Israel

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    Pages 75-93

    Myth, Miramiento, and the Making of Religious Landscapes

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    Pages 95-113

    “You can’t know how they are inside”: The Ambivalence of Veiling and Discourses of the Other in Turkey

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    Pages 115-130

    Different Democracy? Arab Immigrants, Religion, and Democratic Citizenship

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    Pages 131-147

    ‘It is not a shelter, it is a church!’ Religious Organisations, the Public Sphere and Xenophobia in South Africa

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    Pages 149-165

    Homo Religiosus? Religion and Immigrant Subjectivities

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    Pages 167-184

    ‘There’s just no space for me there’: Christian Feminists in the UK and the Performance of Space and Religion

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    Pages 185-202

    Somewhere Between Religion and Spirituality? Places of Retreat in Contemporary Britain

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    Pages 203-218

    The Space That Faith Makes: Towards a (Hopeful) Ethos of Engagement

  14. Back Matter

    Pages 219-222