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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.

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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

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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

TDSR 28.2 SPRING 2017

Editor’s Note

“Denial of Coevalness”: Discursive Practices in the Representation of Kuwaiti Urban Modernity
Asseel Al-Ragam
Zones of Entanglement: Nigeria’s Real and Imagined Compounds
Joseph Godlewski
[In]Visibility of Death in the Built Environment: [De]Legitimating Traditional Mediterranean Cemeteries in Southern Spain
Mar Loren-Méndez and Ama Quesada-Arce
Legitimizing Everyday Tradition: The Spatial Narrative of Modernity in Cairene Old Quarters
Gehan Selim
Work, Slums, and Informal Settlement Traditions: Architecture of the Favela Do Telegrafo [Field Report]
Ana Rosa Chagas Cavalcanti

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TDSR 27.2 Spring 2016

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The Politics of Self-Help: Women Owner-Builders of Grameen Houses in Rural Bangladesh
Adnan Morshed
Bureaucratizing the City: Moderated Tribalism, Regime Security, and Urban Transformation in Amman, Jordan
Eliana Abu-Hamdi
Architecture as a Tool of Editing History: The Case of Saudi Arabia’s King Abdulaziz Historical Center
Sumayah Al-Solaiman
The Cinematic Cairene House in the Cairo Trilogy Films
Shaikha Almubaraki
Reinventing Vernacular Traditions to Reveal National Identity: A Case Study of the “Macedonian Village” [Field Report]
Velika Ivkovska

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