Autor: Matthew Wilhelm-Solomon
ISBN-13: 9781137588890
Einband: Book
Seiten: 329
Format: 218x154x27 mm
Sprache: Englisch

Routes and Rites to the City

Global Diversities
Mobility, Diversity and Religious Space in Johannesburg
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Offers a fascinating and timely study of a 'global city'
Chapter 1. Routes and Rites to the City: Introduction; Matthew Wilhelm-Solomon, Lorena Núñez Carrasco, Peter Kankonde Bukasa and Bettina Malcomess.- Chapter 2. Valleys of Salt in the House of God: religious re-territorialisation and urban space; Bettina Malcomess and Matthew Wilhelm-Solomon.- Chapter 3. Migration and the Sacred in Greater Rosettenville, Johannesburg; Peter Kankonde Bukasa and Lorena Núñez.- Chapter 4. "It's only the glass door, which breaks every day." Layered politics of (dis)order at the Central Methodist Mission; Elina Hankela.- Chapter 5. The Spirit of Hillbrow: Religion and the Ordering of Social Space in Inner City Johannesburg; Alex Wafer.- Chapter 6. Remaking Religion, Rethinking Space: How South Asian and Somali Migrants are Transforming Ethnically Bound Notions of Hinduism and Islam in Mayfair and Fordsburgh; Zaheera Jinnah and Pragna Rugunanan.- Chapter 7. Enchanted Suburbanism: Fantasy, Fear and Suburbia in Johannesburg; Obvious Katsaura.- Chapter 8. Eyes to See and Ears to Hear: Negotiating Religion in Alexandra Township; Becca Hartman-Pickerill.- Chapter 9. A man spoke in Joubert Park: The establishment of a transnational religious movement in South Africa; Bjørn Inge Sjødin.- Chapter 10. Angels and Ancestors: Prophetic Diversity and Mobility in the City; Matthew Wilhelm-Solomon, Melekias Zulu & Eric Worby.- Chapter 11. (Un)rest in peace: The (local) burial of foreign migrants as a contested process of place making; Khangelani Moyo, Lorena Núñez and Tsepang Leuta.- Chapter 12. Conclusion: Towards New Routes; Matthew Wilhelm-Solomon, Bettina Malcomess, Peter Kankonde Bukasa, and Lorena Núñez Carrasco.
This thought-provoking book is an exploration of the ways religion and diverse forms of mobility have shaped post-apartheid Johannesburg, South Africa. It analyses transnational and local migration in contemporary and historical perspective, along with movements of commodities, ideas, sounds and colours within the city. It re-theorizes urban 'super-diversity' as a plurality of religious, ethnic, national and racial groups but also as the diverse processes through which religion produces urban space. The authors argue that while religion facilitates movement, belonging and aspiration in the city, it is complicit in establishing new forms of enclosure, moral order and spatial and gendered control. Multi-authored and interdisciplinary, this edited collection deals with a wide variety of sites and religions, including Christianity, Islam, Hinduism and Judaism. Its original reading of post-apartheid Johannesburg advances global debates around religion, urbanization, migration and diversity, and will appeal to students and scholars working in these fields.
Editiert von: Matthew Wilhelm-Solomon, Lorena Núñez, Peter Kankonde Bukasa, Bettina Malcomess
Matthew Wilhelm-Solomon is a researcher and writer at the African Centre for Migration and Society, University of the Witwatersrand Johannesburg, South Africa.

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Autor: Matthew Wilhelm-Solomon
ISBN-13:: 9781137588890
ISBN: 1137588896
Erscheinungsjahr: 01.02.2017
Verlag: Palgrave Macmillan
Gewicht: 576g
Seiten: 329
Sprache: Englisch
Sonstiges: Buch, 218x154x27 mm, 12 schwarz-weiße Abbildungen, Bibliographie