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Cordoba, Antonio

The Sacred and Modernity in Urban Spain

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Table of contents

1. The Sacred in Madrid’s Soundscape: Toward an Aural Hygiene, 1856–1907
Samuel Llano

2. Sacred, Sublime, and Supernatural: Religion and the Spanish Capital in Nineteenth-Century Fantastic Narratives
Wan Sonya Tang

3. The Modern Usurer Consecrates the City: Circulation and Displacements in the Torquemada Series
Sara Muñoz-Muriana

4. Spirituality and Publicity in Barcelona, 1929: Performing Citizenship between Tradition and Avant-Garde
Alberto Medina

5. The Places of the Subject: Abjection and the Transcendent City in Nada and La plaça del Diamant

Sarah Thomas

6. Living Off the Exception: Biopolitical Modernity and Sacratio in Francoist Spain
William Viestenz

7. Urban Avatars of “El Maligno”: Sacredness in Álex de la Iglesia’s El día de la bestia and Manuel Martín Cuenca’s Caníbal

Antonio Cordoba

8. Searching the Soul of the City in Rafael Chirbes’s Crematorio

Daniel García-Donoso

9. A New Heaven for a New Earth: Religion in the Contemporary Spanish Novel
Nathan Richardson

10. Media Landscapes of a Well-Dressed Multitude: The City and the Individual in Velvet and El tiempo entre costuras

Esteve Sanz, Tatiana Alekseeva

Keywords: Social Sciences, Sociology, general, Social Anthropology, Cultural Anthropology, European Culture, Urban Studies/Sociology, Sociology of Religion

Editor
 
Publisher
Springer
Publication year
2016
Language
en
Edition
1
Series
Hispanic Urban Studies
Page amount
27 pages
Category
Society
Format
Ebook
eISBN (PDF)
9781137600202
Printed ISBN
978-1-137-60071-4

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