Space and Culture 26:2 Rite and Stone

Volume 26 Issue 2, May 2023

Special Issue: Rite and Stone

  • Guest Editor: Marian Burchardt
  • Guest Editor: Julia Martínez-Ariño
  • Guest Editor: Mar Griera
  • Guest Editor: Paul Bramadat

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Rite and Stone: Religious Belonging and Urban Space in Global Perspective
  • Marian Burchardt
  • Julia Martínez-Ariño
  • Mar Griera
  • Paul Bramadat

Original Articles

Urban Space, Functional Differentiation, and Conditions of Religious Place-Making in 19th-Century German and British Cities
  • Uta Karstein

The Politics of Mapping Religion: Locating, Counting, and Categorizing Places of Worship in European Cities
  • Mar Griera
  • Tobias Müller
  • Julia Martínez-Ariño
  • Infrastructuring Religion: Materiality and Meaning in Ordinary Urbanism

Infrastructuring Religion: Materiality and Meaning in Ordinary Urbanism
  • Marian Burchardt

Making Informal Sacred Geographies: Spiritual Presence, Sensual Engagement, and Wayside Shrines in Urban India
  • Ursula Rao

Churches and Urban Regeneration in Postindustrial Amsterdam
  • Linda van de Kamp

A New Synagogue, a Garrison Church, and a Mosque: How Religious (Re)Building Animates Religious and Secular Life in Postsocialist Potsdam
  • Irene Becci
  • Johann Ev. Hafner

Secularity and Urban Gentrification: An Spatial Analysis of Downtown Buddhist Temples in Shanghai
  • Weishan Huang

Two Fire Temples and a Metro: Contesting Infrastructures in Mumbai
  • Leilah Vevaina

Rights and Stones: Pentecostal Autoconstruction and Citizenship in Rio de Janeiro
  • Martijn Oosterbaan

Architecturations of Pentecostal Power: Contribution to a Sociology of Pentecostal Auditoriums
  • Obvious Katsaura

Epilogue: Spatializing Cities, Exploring Urban Religion, Re-Imagining Urbanity
  • Silke Steets