Contested Space in a Global City: The Changing Religious Landscape of Multicultural London

UTS Cosmopolitan Civil Societies Research Centre
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The rapid growth of urban centres around the world is intimately bound up with global migration, which increases the multicultural diversity of these centres. The urban landscape changes to reflect the cultural interests of the minorities created by this migration. This talk will explore this process through an analysis of disputes concerning the building of mosques and churches in a highly globalised city - London - and what light these disputes throw on the politcontestation of space where the local, national, transnational and global intersect.
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