Postsecular Cities

Postsecular Cities

Postsecular Cities

Exploration of postsecularism in theory and practice of urban life, evaluating the secular-to-postsecular shift in terms of public space, building use, governance and civil society.

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ISBN : 1441144250
Pages : 276 pages
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