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Published on Mar 6, 2014
Dr Claire Dwyer, UCL Geography
Suburbs are conventionally imagined as monotonous, monocultural, materialist and secular, but recent research in West London contradicts this, suggesting that suburbs are shaped by dynamic multicultural connections. Dr Dwyer argues that creativity and modernity are important elements in the changing geographies of religious architecture in the suburbs.