CfP: “Making inner urban boundaries” (EAUH 2024, Panel M6)

Sara Keller and Mateusz Fafinski, who jointly run the boundary formation focus group at “Religion and Urbanity”, are organising a panel at the European Association for Urban History 2024 conference in Ostrava, Czech Republic. Titled “Making inner urban boundaries”, the panel covers boundary making and the city as well as religion as a producer of imagined and lived boundaries. The call for papers is now open. Please see the conference website for updates and the full call: . The deadline is 30 Septembr 2023 and potential speakers will be informed by 1 December 2023 whether they have been accepted.

Short abstract

Cities are quintessential products of boundary making. This panel addresses the question of the production of boundaries in the urban context, with a special focus on religion: what are the imagined and lived boundaries that shapes the city and what is the role of religion in these boundary making processes?

Keywords: Boundary making, urbanity, religion, imagined and lived boundaries, ritual, temporality

Cite this blog post
urbrel (2023, June 26). CfP: “Making inner urban boundaries” (EAUH 2024, Panel M6). Religion and Urbanity: Reciprocal Formations. Retrieved June 15, 2024, from

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