New Articles in “Religion and Urbanity Online”

We are pleased to announce the publication of a further batch of articles in “Religion and Urbanity Online”, a peer-reviewed publication that is one of the main outputs of the KFG “Religion and Urbanity: Reciprocal Formations” (DFG, FOR 2779). It is published with De Gruyter and all articles are open access. You can find a video introducing the database here.

The new articles are:

Martin Fuchs: Precarious Belonging. Religious Options and Engagements with the World in a Metropolitan Context. The case of Dalits in Dharavi (Mumbai)

Matthew Naglak: House, Rhythm, and Ritual at Gabii, Italy

Claudia Moser: Production Values: Manufacture, Craft, and Ritual in Early Italic Sanctuaries

Christopher Smith: Enchanted Cities and Urban Discontent

Qudsiya Contractor: Ritual Pollution, Secular Filth and the Politics of Cleansing Mumbai

Onno van Nijf und Christina Williamson: Connecting the Greeks Multi-Scalar Festival Networks in the Hellenistic World

The authors of the articles are primarily fellows and participants in the KFG’s conferences, but if you would like to contribute an article, please get in touch with the editors, who are always happy to discuss ideas for articles related to religion and urbanity.

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urbrel (2021, March 10). New Articles in “Religion and Urbanity Online” Religion and Urbanity: Reciprocal Formations. Retrieved May 29, 2024, from

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