ABE Journal - Architecture Beyond Europe - n°1/2012

ABE Journal is a peer-reviewed multilingual journal dedicated to the study of architecture and urbanism for scholars of art, architecture and history. Read More

Focusing on colonial and postcolonial aspects of the wider built environment from the nineteenth century onwards, it also considers issues such as professional networking, the circulation of printed media, and the transmission of models, technologies and doctrines from and to Europe. Published by the research center InVisu (CNRS/INHA) in Paris, the journal is committed to encouraging a diversity of approaches and methodologies, including cross-cultural and transnational perspectives.
The journal is supported by the Institute for Humanities and Social Sciences (InSHS) of the French National Center for Scientific Research (CNRS).


Paperback - In French 26.00 €

Specifications


Publisher
InVisu
Author
Dossier dirigé par Joe Nasr et Mercedes Volait,
Journal
ABE Journal
Language
French
BISAC Subject Heading
ARC000000 ARCHITECTURE
Onix Audience Codes
01 General / trade
CLIL (Version 2013-2019)
3801 OUVRAGES DE DOCUMENTATION
Title First Published
15 January 2019
Type of Work
Journal Issue

Paperback


Product Detail
1 A4
Publication Date
15 January 2019
ISBN-13
9791097315047
Extent
Front matter page count (Roman) : 120
Code
98344
Dimensions
17 x 23.5 cm
Weight
212 grams
List Price
26.00 €
ONIX XML
Version 2.1, Version 3

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Contents


Rachel Lee, Kathleen James-Chakraborty, Marg Magazine: A Tryst with
Architectural Modernity 
Leïla el-Wakil, Hassan Fathy et les projets de village touristiques dans l'Égypte des
années 1960 et 1970


Proceedings of the panel "Still on the Margin: Reflections on the Perspective of the
Canon in Architectural History" (1st Conference of the European Architectural
History Network, Guimaraes, Portugal, 17-20 June 2010)


Éditorial/Editorial Joe Nasr et Mercedes Volait, Still on the margin

 
Reasons for the persistence of the canon


Paolo Scrivano, The Persistent Succes of Biography 
June Komisar, Designing a Better Textbook 
Zeynep Aktüre, Institutional Reasons behind the Persistence of the Canon 
Markus Breitschmid, In Defense of the Validity of the "Canon" in Architecture
Davy Depelchin, Ambiguities in Terminology and Taxonomy as Factors in the
Marginalization of Architectural Styles 


Transcending the canon


Michela Rosso, Revisionist Histories and Their Limits 
Daniel Maudlin, Interrogating Values and Assumptions 
Michaël Darin, For a History of Building
Ellen Van Impe, Bringing Invisible Architects into the Picture 
Émilie dOrgeix, Possessing Architecture with Words and Letters 
Caroline Maniaque, Presenting Another Profile of Architecture 

Documents/sources Vilma Fasoli, Les archives d'entreprise : la Società Nazionale Officine Savigliano


Positions de thèses/Dissertation abstracts
Caroline Herbelin, Architecture et urbanisme en situation coloniale : le cas du Vietnam 


Recensions/Reviews
Stuart King, Claudine Piaton, Ezio Godoli and David Peyceré (eds.), Building Beyond the Mediterranean: Studying the Archives of European Businesses (1860–1970)


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