Socialist Networks


First Edition

This issue of ABE focuses on the internationalization of building culture after WWII and the contributions of architects, planners, and engineers from socialist countries to these processes. Read More

Complementing the studies of colonial and postcolonial links, international organizations such as the UN, and economic globalization as conduits of the world-wide spread of architecture, this issue discusses the intersection of these networks with flows of labor power, materials, technologies, discourses and images facilitated by institutions from socialist countries. Conditioned by Cold War but not always exemplifying a bipolar division of the world, the sites where architects from socialist countries worked were often characterized by multidirectional exchanges with other professionals, administrators, educators, users, and inhabitants.
In the course of these exchanges, the imported expertise was developed, mixed, modified and appropriated by various actors. By discussing these processes, this issue offers a more complicated and situated genealogy of architecture becoming world-wide.


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Publisher
InVisu
Author
Dirigé par Lukasz Stanek,
Journal
ABE Journal
Language
English
BISAC Subject Heading
ART000000 ART > HIS000000 HISTORY
Onix Audience Codes
01 General / trade
CLIL (Version 2013-2019)
3667 ARTS ET BEAUX LIVRES > 3377 HISTOIRE
Title First Published
06 June 2017
Type of Work
Journal Issue

Paperback


Publication Date
20 May 2016
ISBN-13
9782870379233
Code
978-2-87037-923-3
Dimensions
15.5 x 23.5 x 0.9 cm
Weight
256 grams
List Price
24.00 €
ONIX XML
Version 2.1, Version 3

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Contents


Préface

Introduction

Présentation des experts

1. Mise au point

Jean-Marc Manach
Serge Abiteboul

2. Public, privé et intime
Dominique Desjeux
Serge Tisseron
Jean-Michel Cornu

3. Enjeux
Fanny Georges
Nathalie Grandjean
Antoinette Rouvroy

4. Le droit est-il capable de jouer l'arbitre du numérique ?
Cécile de Terwangne


5. Lignes de fuite
Sophie Vulliet-Tavernier
Daniel Kaplan
Pierre-Antoine Chardel
Nicole Dewandre

6. Vers une écologie de l'attention
Claire Lobet-Maris

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