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Title Memory and architecture / edited by Eleni Bastéa
Published Albuquerque : University of New Mexico Press, 2004
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Description 1 online resource (xv, 335 pages) : illustrations, maps
Contents Framing urban memory : the changing role of history museums in the American city / Eric Sandweiss -- Disguised visibilities : Dresden/"Dresden" / Mark Jarzombek -- Designed memories : the roots of Brazilian modernism / Fernando Lara -- Patrimony and cultural identity : the coffee plantation system, Paraíba Valley, Rio de Janeiro, Brazil / Maria de Lourdes Luz and Ana Lúcia Vieira Dos Santos -- Memory work : the reciprocal framing of self and place in Émigré autobiographies / Sabir Khan -- Memory and diaspora in Tel Aviv's old cemetery / Barbara Mann -- Housing the symbolic universe in early republican Turkey : architecture, memory, and "the Felt Real" / Carel Bertram -- Storied cities : literary memories of Thessaloniki and Istanbul / Eleni Bastéa -- Beirut, exile, and the scars of reconstruction / Catherine Hamel -- Diffused spaces : a sacred study of West Belfast, North Ireland / Christine Gorby -- Profaning sacred space : Los Angeles in New Mexico / V.B. Price -- What memory? Whose memory? / Thomas Fisher -- (Re)placing, remembering, revealing : understanding through memory and making / Rachel Hurst and Jane Lawrence -- Places within and without : memory, the literary imagination, and the project in the design studio / Sheona Thomson
Summary An international study of cultural relationships with built environments
Bibliography Includes bibliographical references and index
Notes Print version record
Subject Architectural design -- Philosophy.
Architecture and literature.
Memory -- Social aspects.
Space (Architecture) -- Psychological aspects.
Form Electronic book
Author Bastéa, Eleni.
LC no. 2004015743
ISBN 0826332714 (electronic bk.)
1283635275
6613947725
9780826332714 (electronic bk.)
9781283635271
9786613947727