Transforming Urban Sacred Places in Poland and Germany

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Maciej Kowaleswki, Anna Malgorzata Królikowska
  • Bristol, CT: 
    ISD Distributors
    , January
     224 pages.
     For other formats: Link to Publisher's Website.


How are urban sacred spaces transforming in Poland and Germany? What is the role of social memory and politics in this process? What is the nature of "old" and "new" sacred spaces? In this book, the authors revise the concepts used so far in the context of changing Polish and German Christianity and its secularisation (and de-secularisation), referring to new sacred spaces and redefining the old ones.

About the Author(s)/Editor(s)/Translator(s): 

Maciej Kowaleswki is Director of the Instititute of Sociology at teh University of Szczecin, Poland.



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