Sacred and Profane “Diaspora Space” in the City
Chapter 3 examines “diaspora space”–usually used solely as metaphor–in connection with Syriac monumental architectural spaces for theSyriac Orthodox Church and the Assyriska and Syrianska soccer clubs, sacred and profanerespectively. These social institutions developed during the 1970s and 1980s but eventually required dedicated physical spaces.
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