Rethinking Architectural Historiography [NOOK Book]

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Written by a group of international scholars, this illustrated collection of essays investigates the current state of architectural historiography, looking at changes across the broad field of methodological, theoretical and geographical plurality.
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Overview

Written by a group of international scholars, this illustrated collection of essays investigates the current state of architectural historiography, looking at changes across the broad field of methodological, theoretical and geographical plurality.
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Product Details

  • ISBN-13: 9780203008393
  • Publisher: Taylor & Francis, Inc.
  • Publication date: 8/29/2006
  • Sold by: Barnes & Noble
  • Format: eBook
  • File size: 3 MB

Meet the Author

Dana Arnold is Chair in Architectural History and Director at the Centre for Studies in Architecture and Urbanism, University of Southampton, UK. She has held research fellowships at Yale University; the University of Cambridge and the Getty Research Institute, Los Angeles and has been a visiting Professor in the United States, Canada and Britain. Her previous publications include Rural Urbanism (2006); Reading Architectural History (2002) and the co-edited volume Architecture as Experience (2004). Her current work on hospitals as agents of social, cultural and urban change will be published by Routledge in 2008.

Elvan Altan Ergut is Assistant Professor and Vice Chair in the Department of Architecture at the Middle East Technical University, Ankara, Turkey. She received her PhD in Art History from State University of New York at Binghamton. Her research areas include architecture in the nineteenth and twentieth centuries, and architectural historiography. She is currently editing one volume on Republican architecture in Turkey (METU Faculty of Architecture Press, 2006) and another one on local modernisms in Turkish provinces (Turkish Chamber of Architects, 2006).

Belgin Turan Özkaya is Associate Professor of Architectural History in the Department of Architecture at the Middle East Technical University, Ankara, Turkey. She received her PhD in History of Architecture and Urbanism from Cornell University, was a fellow at the 1999 Getty Summer institute in Visual Studies and Art History and a Visiting Scholar at Canadian Centre for Architecture in 2000-2001. She has published on the Italian Tendenza, Ottoman–Venetian relations and architectural historiography. Her work is located at the interstices of architectural history and contemporary interdisciplinary theory. Currently, she is working on an edited volume on visuality and architecture.

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Table of Contents

1. Mapping Architectural Historiography Elvan Altan Ergut and Belgin Turan Ozkaya Part I: Boundaries 2. Art History and Architectual History Eric Fernie 3. Buildings Archaeology: Context and Points of Convergence Roger Leech 4. Architecture as Evidence Andrew Ballantyne 4. Program and Programs Christian F Otto 6. Hercules at the Roundabout: Multidisciplinary Choice in History of Architecture Fikret Yegul 7. Frontiers of Fear: Architectural History, the Anchor and the Sail Suna Guven Part II: Critical Engagements 8. Questions of Ottoman Identity and Architectural History Tulay Artan 9. In Ordinary Time: Considerations on a Video Installation by ICigo Manglano Ovalle and the New National Gallery in Berlin by Mies van der Rohe Edward Dimendberg 10. Reopening the Question of Document in Architectural Historiography: Reading (Writing) Filarete's Treatise on Architecture for (in) Piero De Medici's Study Sevil Enginsoy Ekinci 11. From Architectural History to Spatial Writing Jane Rendell 12. Presenting Ankara: Popular Conceptions of Architecture and History Elvan Altan Ergut Part III: Reframings 13. Space, Time, and Architectural History Nancy Stieber 14. Visuality and Architectural History Belgin Turan Ozkaya 15. Digital Disciplinary Divide: Reactions to Historical Virtual Reality Models Diane Favro 16. The Afterlife of Buildings: Architecture and Walter Benjamin's Theory of History Patricia Morton 17. Beyond a Boundary: Towards an Architectural History of the Non-East Dana Arnold
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