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George, Mark K., and Daria Pezzoli-Olgiati [Eds.]
Religious Representation in Place. Exploring Meaningful Spaces at the Intersection of the Humanities and Sciences.
Basingstoke u. a.: Palgrave Macmillan 2014. XVIII, 286 S. = Religion and Spacial Studies. Geb. £ 63,00. ISBN 978-1-137-37133-1.
Although the significance of investigating space and place within the humanities in general and in theology and religious studies in particular is often highlighted, the lack of qualified reflections, including concrete case and place studies, is still obvious. As the dimension of spatiality in analogy to time and historicity represents an existential, publications such as the current edition of fifteen essays are more then welcome to further accelerate what I have earlier called »theology (and religious studies) in its spatial turn«. The authors are at home in a wide range of disciplines, such as religious studies, theology, geography, cultural studies, pediatrics, astrophysics, and architecture, demonstrating a breadth that decidedly increases the book’s depth. All chapters in this ...
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