Beyond the Ethnic Mosaic—Faith, Space, and Time in London’s East End
Chapter 9 explores the East End of London as a place for the conflict and collaboration among the Abrahamic faiths from the nineteenth century into the present. In discussing how diaspora and religion interrelate, the chapter presents two examples of the complexities. One of them is the Anglican Church, and the other the Altab Ali park.
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