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9780192889379

Religions, Mumbai Style Events-Media-Spaces

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    9780192889379

  • ISBN10:

    0192889370

  • Format: Hardcover
  • Copyright: 2023-08-30
  • Publisher: Oxford University Press

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Author Biography


Michael Stausberg, Professor, University of Bergen

Michael Stausberg earned his Ph.D. in religious studies at the University of Bonn (1995). He worked at universities in Sweden (Uppsala), Germany (Heidelberg, Tübingen), and Switzerland (Bern) before joining the University of Bergen (Norway) in 2014. Stausberg lectured at the Collège de France (Paris) and the Getty Center (Los Angeles). He was a Fellow at the Max Weber Center for Advanced Cultural and Social Studies (Erfurt). Additionally, he chaired a group at the Center for Advanced Studies, Norwegian Academy of Sciences (Oslo), and was also a Visiting Fellow at Trinity College (Cambridge).

Table of Contents


Preface, Michael Stausberg
1. Religion in Bombay/Mumbai: A scenario, Michael Stausberg
2. Beyond Diversity: Precarious Belonging and Religious Conjunctions - Dalits in Dharavi, Martin Fuchs
3. Does Violence Beget the Ghetto? Evidence from Ethnography in Mumbra, Sumanya Anand Velamur
4. Encountering Religious Difference in the City: Some Reflections on the Participation of Ismaili Muslims in Islamic Revivalism, David J. Strohl
5. Twelver Shi'i Muslims' Right to the City: Public Performance, Media Practices, and Urban Atmospheres, Patrick Eisenlohr
6. Middle-Class Muslims: Forms and Engagement with Islam, Tanvi Patel-Banerjee
7. 'God is with the Patient People': Festival, Class and Interreligious Engagement, Raminder Kaur and Faisal Syed Mohammed
8. Transgressive Spaces: Women's Organizations and Intentional Interventions in Politics of Inter-religious Marriage, Gopika Solanki
9. Strategic Roadside Shrines in High-risk Zones: Baba for Peace, Anna Charlotta Osterberg
10. Taxis as Public Micro-spaces of Religion: Practices, Symbols, and Communication, Michael Stausberg
11. Movement and Place-making: Multiple Crossings in the Lives of Mumbai's ISKCON Members, Claire C. Robison
12. Towards the Apocalyptic: Myth, Metaphor, and the Dystopic in Contemporary Mumbai Literature, Heinz Werner Wessler
13. A Hole in the Wall: Religion in the Poetry of Arun Kolatkar, William Elison

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