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Religion and Urbanity Online

Managing Editor: Begemann, Elisabeth

Ed. by Rau, Susanne / Rüpke, Jörg

Editorial Board: Baumeister, Martin / Röckelein, Hedwig / Scheutz, Martin / Woolf, Greg / Malinar, Angelika / Meyer, Birgit / Raja, Rubina / Aillet, Cyrille / Sonkajärvi, Hanna / Werlen, Benno / Schäbler, Birgit

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    Overview

    • 200 entries – case studies and theoretical texts
    • Open Access and ahead-of-print
    • Interdisciplinary and trans-regional
    • 3 printed volumes upon completion
    • Non-restrictive DRM – allows for an unlimited number of simultaneous users campus / institution-wide

    Aims and Scope

    Religion and Urbanity Online will present important research contributions on religious change and the change of urban spaces and above all urban forms of life, practices and discourses on urbanness in Europe, the circum-Mediterranean region and South Asia. It will provide historians, anthropologists, and sociologists of cities and of religion with research articles as well as overviews. Case studies on cities or urban networks or on specific phenomena and processes will help to build a reservoir of knowledge on two overarching questions: What role do religious actors, practices and ideas play in the emergence and ongoing development of cities and “urbanity”? What role did urban actors, spaces and practices and the discourse on urbanity play in the emergence and ongoing development of religious groups and “religion”? The database is published by the Humanities Centre for Advanced Studies “Religion and Urbanity: reciprocal formations”, which investigates the historical contribution of religion to urbanization and the long-term co-constitution and co-evolution of religion and the urban.

    All contributions are subject to double-blind review by an international editorial board. Religion and Urbanity Online is Open Access thanks to a grant provided by the German Science Foundation (DFG, FOR 2779).

    For more information check the Website of Religion and Urbanity.

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