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Afro-Christian churches as (invisible) caretakers in/of the city : between precarious occupation and dynamic appropriation of the built environment.

Luce Beeckmans (UGent)
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Afro-Christian churches, care, infrastructure, urban planning, architecture, African diaspora, migration

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MLA
Beeckmans, Luce. “Afro-Christian Churches as (Invisible) Caretakers in/of the City : Between Precarious Occupation and Dynamic Appropriation of the Built Environment.” All-Inclusive Engagement in Architecture : Towards the Future of Social Change, edited by Farhana Ferdous and Bryan Bell, Routledge, 2020, pp. 256–66, doi:10.4324/9780367341985-28?context=ubx&refId=65b920dd-3d35-4402-bf32-6e03d17e2024.
APA
Beeckmans, L. (2020). Afro-Christian churches as (invisible) caretakers in/of the city : between precarious occupation and dynamic appropriation of the built environment. In F. Ferdous & B. Bell (Eds.), All-inclusive engagement in architecture : towards the future of social change (pp. 256–266). New York: Routledge. https://doi.org/10.4324/9780367341985-28?context=ubx&refId=65b920dd-3d35-4402-bf32-6e03d17e2024
Chicago author-date
Beeckmans, Luce. 2020. “Afro-Christian Churches as (Invisible) Caretakers in/of the City : Between Precarious Occupation and Dynamic Appropriation of the Built Environment.” In All-Inclusive Engagement in Architecture : Towards the Future of Social Change, edited by Farhana Ferdous and Bryan Bell, 256–66. New York: Routledge. https://doi.org/10.4324/9780367341985-28?context=ubx&refId=65b920dd-3d35-4402-bf32-6e03d17e2024.
Chicago author-date (all authors)
Beeckmans, Luce. 2020. “Afro-Christian Churches as (Invisible) Caretakers in/of the City : Between Precarious Occupation and Dynamic Appropriation of the Built Environment.” In All-Inclusive Engagement in Architecture : Towards the Future of Social Change, ed by. Farhana Ferdous and Bryan Bell, 256–266. New York: Routledge. doi:10.4324/9780367341985-28?context=ubx&refId=65b920dd-3d35-4402-bf32-6e03d17e2024.
Vancouver
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Beeckmans L. Afro-Christian churches as (invisible) caretakers in/of the city : between precarious occupation and dynamic appropriation of the built environment. In: Ferdous F, Bell B, editors. All-inclusive engagement in architecture : towards the future of social change. New York: Routledge; 2020. p. 256–66.
IEEE
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L. Beeckmans, “Afro-Christian churches as (invisible) caretakers in/of the city : between precarious occupation and dynamic appropriation of the built environment.,” in All-inclusive engagement in architecture : towards the future of social change, F. Ferdous and B. Bell, Eds. New York: Routledge, 2020, pp. 256–266.
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  author       = {Beeckmans, Luce},
  booktitle    = {All-inclusive engagement in architecture : towards the future of social change},
  editor       = {Ferdous, Farhana and Bell, Bryan},
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  keywords     = {Afro-Christian churches,care,infrastructure,urban planning,architecture,African diaspora,migration},
  language     = {eng},
  pages        = {256--266},
  publisher    = {Routledge},
  title        = {Afro-Christian churches as (invisible) caretakers in/of the city : between precarious occupation and dynamic appropriation of the built environment.},
  url          = {http://dx.doi.org/10.4324/9780367341985-28?context=ubx&refId=65b920dd-3d35-4402-bf32-6e03d17e2024},
  year         = {2020},
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