Rescripting Religion in the City explores the role of faith and religious practices as strategies for understanding and negotiating the migratory experience. Leading international scholars draw on case studies of urban settings in the global north and south. Presenting a nuanced understanding of the religious identities of migrants within the 'modern metropolis' this book makes a significant contribution to fields as diverse as twentieth-century immigration history, the sociology of religion and migration studies, as well as historical and urban geography and practical theology.Über den Autor:
Jane Garnett is a Fellow in Modern History at Wadham College, Oxford and Alana Harris is Darby Fellow in History at Lincoln College, Oxford. They have previously successfully collaborated as co-authors/editors (with M. Grimley, W. Whyte and S. Williams) on Redefining Christian Britain: Post-1945 Perspectives (2007).
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