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by Cihan Bugdací,Ergün Erkoçu

eBook The Mosque: Political, Architectural and Social Transformations epub
  • ISBN: 9056626914
  • Author: Cihan Bugdací,Ergün Erkoçu
  • Genre: Photography
  • Subcategory: Architecture
  • Language: English
  • Publisher: nai010 publishers (October 31, 2009)
  • Pages: 192 pages
  • ePUB size: 1147 kb
  • FB2 size 1868 kb
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The current debate about the religious, social, political and cultural position of the mosque is integral to society–not only .

The current debate about the religious, social, political and cultural position of the mosque is integral to society–not only in the Netherlands but internationally. The Mosque: Political, Architectural and Social Transformations embraces a vision that extends beyond the Euro-Islamic equation. The first part of this volume introduces an architectural analysis of the mosque. The second part of the book contextualizes the mosque in a larger sociopolitical debate.

Aksamija argues that the concept of the mosque transcends architectural styles and typologies and can be. .

Aksamija argues that the concept of the mosque transcends architectural styles and typologies and can be even extended to clothing. Her "wearable mosques" fulfill all formal requirements of a mosque and are conceptualized by the artist as tools for inter-cultural communication. The Nomadic Mosque project explores various ways of negotiating spatial relationships between Islamic traditions and modernity in the US and Western Europe. Rotterdam: NAi Publishers, 2009. nl/architecture/de moskee e.

The second part of the book contextualizes the mosque in a larger sociopolitical debate.

The Mosque: Political, Architectural and Social Transformations embraces a vision that extends beyond the Euro-Islamic equation. Adopting an interdisciplinary approach, the book includes insights from a politician, a theologian, a sociologist, a philosopher, an anthropologist and an architecture historian.

Erkoçu and Bugdaci are ever-present throughout The Mosque, penning essays, reporting on the state of Islamic architecture in Holland and interviewing leading thinkers about Dutch society and the nature of mosques and how they should be built

Rotterdam: NAi Web publishers, 2009. Echo of Islam in the Western: Reactions towards the Wearable Mosque.

Political, Architectural and Social. E. Erkoçu and C. Buğdacı, The Mosque. Transformations Ergün Erkoçu, Cihan Buğdacı. Belgium: NAi Uitgevers, 2009. Political, Architectural and Social Transformations Ergün Erkoçu. Political, Architectural and Social Transformations Ergün Erkoçu, Cihan Buğdacı.

Political, Architectural and Social Transformations. The Mosque: Political, Architectural and Social Transformations embraces a vision that extends beyond the Euro-Islamic equation

Political, Architectural and Social Transformations. While mosques were once quietly accommodated in old school buildings, factories or churches, today the construction of new mosques is up-one of the factors literally increasing the visibility of Islam in Dutch society.

Ergün Erkoçu, architect, author, and Creative Director, Concept 0031 (The Hague) and Cihan Bugdaci . Polder Mosque (unrealised) and co-authors of the book The Mosque: Political, Architectural and Social Transformations.

Ergün Erkoçu, architect, author, and Creative Director, Concept 0031 (The Hague) and Cihan Bugdaci, Director, Gentlemen . Architects of the Polder Mosque (unrealised) and co-authors of the book The Mosque: Political, Architectural and Social Transformations. Foreign Architects Switzerland, a platform for alternative ideas, projects, and people; responsible for the post-minaret-ban ideas competition for an Islamic Centre in Zurich.

Amy Jean Klobuchar (/ˈkloʊbəʃɑːr/; born May 25, 1960) is an American lawyer and politician serving as the senior United States Senator from Minnesota. A member of the Minnesota bor Party, Minnesota's affiliate of the Democratic Party, she previously served as the Hennepin County Attorney. She is running for the Democratic nomination for President of the United States in the 2020 election.

The Netherlands' approximately 800,000 Muslims have access to almost 500 mosques. While mosques were once quietly accommodated in old school buildings, factories or churches, today the construction of new mosques is up--one of the factors literally increasing the visibility of Islam in Dutch society. The current debate about the religious, social, political and cultural position of the mosque is integral to society--not only in the Netherlands but internationally. The Mosque: Political, Architectural and Social Transformations embraces a vision that extends beyond the Euro-Islamic equation. The first part of this volume introduces an architectural analysis of the mosque. The second part of the book contextualizes the mosque in a larger sociopolitical debate. Adopting an interdisciplinary approach, the book includes insights from a politician, a theologian, a sociologist, a philosopher, an anthropologist and an architecture historian.
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