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Sacred spaces in urban environments

Greed, Clara

Authors

Clara Greed Clara.Greed@uwe.ac.uk



Contributors

Sian Hawthorne
Editor

Abstract

This chapter investigates how religion has shaped architecture and urban form, with particular reference to the place of women in the city, and the division between sacred and profane, and looks at the situation in pre-Christian, Christian, secular and post-secular cities

Publication Date Jan 1, 2017
Peer Reviewed Peer Reviewed
Volume 1
Pages 335-350
Book Title Gender: God
ISBN 9780028663258
APA6 Citation Greed, C. (2017). Sacred spaces in urban environments. In S. Hawthorne (Ed.), Gender: God, 335-350. Macmillan Cengage
Keywords religion, gender, urban design, cities, sacred, secular, churches, Catholic, Protestant, Pentecostal, secular
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