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Traditional Dwellings and Settlements Review (TDSR) is the official publication of IASTE. As a semi-annual refereed journal, TDSR acts as a forum for the exchange of ideas and a means to disseminate information and report on research activities. All articles submitted to TDSR are evaluated through a blind peer-review process. TDSR has been funded by grants from the Graham Foundation, the Getty Publication Program, the National Endowment for the Arts, and the University of California at Berkeley.

ALL ISSUES OF TDSR ARE PROVIDED AS PUBLIC ACCESS ONE YEAR AFTER PUBLICATION ON THE IASTE WEBSITE.  ALL RECENT ISSUES ARE ACCESSIBLE THROUGH JStor www.jstor.org

33.1 FALL 2021

EDITOR’S NOTE
KEYNOTE PRESENTATIONS

IMMERSING IN THE PAST, MEDIATING THE PRESENT: ONTOLOGICAL FRAMING OF DIGITAL SPACE IN TRADITIONAL ENVIRONMENTS, Puay-Peng Ho

SEEING TRADITION AFRESH: THE ANCIENT WORLD IN VIRTUAL REALITY, Michael Scott

TRACK I: THEORIZING THE VIRTUAL AND THE TRADITIONAL IN THE BUILT ENVIRONMENT
A.1 VIRTUAL RECONSTRUCTIONS
A.2 THE VIRTUAL VS. THE REAL
A.3 DIGITAL TOOLS
A.4 DIGITIZING IN THEORY AND PRACTICE
A.5 MANAGING GLOBALIZATION AND TRADITION
A.6 MUSEUMS, MEMORIALS, AND TRAVEL
A.7 IMPACTS OF A DIGITAL AGE
A.8 SPACE, SOCIAL MEDIA, AND DIGITAL APPS

TRACK II: THE SOCIO-SPATIAL TRADITIONS OF EVERYDAY LIFE IN CHANGING LANDSCAPES
B.1 TRADITIONAL BUILDINGS AND SETTLEMENTS
B.2 TRADITION VS. MODERNITY: TRANSFORMING PLACES
B.3 INDIGENOUS AND CULTURAL LANDSCAPES
B.4 INDIGENOUS AND VERNACULAR DISCOURSES
B.5 VERNACULARS, NEW AND OLD: TRANSFORMING TYPOLOGIES
B.6 IDENTITY, ETHNICITY, AND ARCHITECTURE
B.7 PEOPLE, PLACE, AND TRADITION
B.8 DESIGN, EDUCATION, AND DEVELOPMENT

TRACK III: TRADITION, SPACE, AND PROFESSIONAL PRACTICE IN THE BUILT ENVIRONMENT AT TIMES OF TRANSITION
C.1 THE PRACTICE OF DESIGN
C.2 PLANNING AND PLACEMAKING
C.3 INFORMAL URBANISM AND REFUGEE RESETTLEMENT
C.4 ART, CRAFT, AND ARCHITECTURE
C.5 MIGRANT COMMUNITIES AND URBANIZATION
C.6 TRIGGERING SOCIOSPATIAL TRADITIONS
C.7 SEGREGATION AND SOCIAL SPACE
C.8 OPEN SESSION: ART, CRAFT, AND ARCHITECTURE

32.2 SPRING 2021

EDITOR’S NOTE
FEATURE ARTICLES
-Digitizing Heritage as an Integrated, Sustainable Tool for Interpretation of the Past: The Case of Umm Qais, Jordan
Gehan Selim, Monther Jamhawi, Andrew Holland, and Shouib Ma’bdeh
-When Boston Isn’t Boston: Useful Lies of Reconstructive Game Models, Aurélien Catros and Maxime Leblanc
-Indigenous Placemaking in the Climate Diaspora: Rimajol Resettlement in the U.S., James Miller
-Whose Habitat? Housing and the Dilemma of Architectural Production, c.1976, Eunice Seng

FIELD REPORT
Production of Space in Traditional Towns and Villages against the Backdrop of “Chinese Characteristics”: A Study of Rural Form Transformation in Huizhou
Xiao Cheng and Tim Heath

BOOK REVIEWS
-Architecture in Global Socialism: Eastern Europe, West Africa, and the Middle East in the Cold War, by ?ukasz Stanek
Reviewed by Vladimir Kuli?
-The City in China: New Perspectives on Contemporary Urbanism, edited by Ray Forrest, Julie Ren, and Bart Wissink
Reviewed by Sophie Sturup
-China’s Covered Bridges: Architecture over Water, by Ronald G. Knapp, Terry E. Miller, and Liu Jie
Reviewed by Mui Ho
-Open Architecture for the People: Housing Development in Post-War Japan, by Shuichi Matsumura
Reviewed by Yura Kim

32.1 FALL 2020

EDITOR’S NOTE
FEATURE ARTICLES

– Heritage Management: Global Aspirations and Local Realities in Thailand, Montira Horayangura Unakul
-Literary History and Architectural Traditionalism in Portugal and Brazil, Pedro P. Palazzo
-Architecture, Heritage and the Metaverse: New Approaches and Methods for the Digital Built Environment, Andrea Moneta
Virtual Velocities: Urban and Ecological Trajectories in Planning for a New Indonesian Capital, Diane Valerie Wildsmith

FIELD REPORT
Shimla: A Case Study of Transition from a Colonial Capital to an Indian Town, Saumya Sharma

BOOK REVIEWS
-Las Vegas in Singapore: Violence, Progress and the Crisis of Nationalist Modernity, by Lee Kah-Wee
Reviewed byThomas Daniell
-Religious Pluralism and the City: Inquiries into Postsecular Urbanism, edited by Helmuth Berking, Silke Steets, and Jochen Schwenk
Reviewed by Nimrod Luz
-Temporary Cities: Resisting Transcience in Arabia, by Yasser Elsheshtawy
Reviewed by Gareth Doherty
-Japanese Machizukuri and Community Engagement: History, Method and Practice, by Shigeru Satoh
Reviewed by Peter Bosselmann
-Chinese Urban Transformation: A Tale of Six Cities, by Chen Yuanzhi, Alan Hudson, and He Lisheng
Reviewed by Eunice Seng
-Migrant Housing: Architecture, Dwelling, Migation, by Mirjana Lozanovska
Reviewed by Manu Sobti

IASTE 2021 CONFERENCE, APRIL 7–10, NOTTINGHAM, U.K.

31.2 SPRING 2020

Contents
EDITOR’S NOTE
FEATURE ARTICLES
Neoliberal Spatialities in Gurgaon: Privatization, Negotiation and Reciprocity in India
Anamica Singh, Tathagata Chatterji, and Hilde Heynen

Crossed Cultures in Lunda, Angola: Diamang’s Urban Project and Its Legacies
Beatriz Serrazina

Modern Again: Tradition and Modernity in the Pedregulho Housing Complex in Rio de Janeiro
Flávia Brito do Nascimento

Freedmen’s Town Versus Frenchtown: A History of Two Black Settlements in Houston, Texas
Lyndsey Deaton

FIELD REPORT
Hybrid Place: A Reading of Cuetzalan, Mexico
Tanu Sankalia

BOOK REVIEWS

CONFERENCES AND EVENTS

GUIDE FOR PREPARATION OF MANUSCRIPTS

31.1: FALL 2019

Contents
EDITOR’S NOTE
FEATURE ARTICLES
Sociability in Eighteenth-Century Colonial India: The Nabob, Nabobian Kothi, and the Pursuit of Leisure
Jyoti Pandey Sharma

The Square and Its Statue: How a Dictatorship Shaped Tradition and How Architecture Reshaped It in Guarda, Portugal
Cátia Ramos

Tianyuan Dushi: The Garden City, Urban Planning, and Visions of Modernization in Early-Twentieth-Century China
Cecilia Chu and Calvin Z. Liang

FIELD REPORT
The Effectiveness of the Close Residential Relationship for Urban Redevelopment in Japan
Yura Kim

COMMENTARY
Phantasmagoric Urbanism: Exploiting the Culture of Image in Post-Revolution Egypt
Ali Alraouf

BOOK REVIEWS

CONFERENCES AND EVENTS

GUIDE FOR PREPARATION OF MANUSCRIPTS

30.2: SPRING 2019





29.2: Spring 2018

Field Report: Globalizing Tradition: The Changing Careers of the Café in Spain and China, Marta Catalan Eraso

Book Reviews
Conferences and Events





29.1 Fall 2017