Religion and Urbanity
This blog considers the mutual formation of urbanity and religion from antiquity to the present. It focuses on specific case studies, like Mediterranean cities of the ancient world, early modern political and religious centres or modern Indian towns, but it also introduces more wide-ranging, theoretical investigations. The blog is connected to the DFG- funded research group “Religion and Urbanity” (FOR 2779), based at the Max-Weber-Centre for Advanced Cultural and Social Studies at the University of Erfurt, Germany.
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