TDSR 24.2 Spring 2013

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IASTE 2012 Conference Report: Tradition as Prescription, Polemic, Possibility and Provocation
Mrinalini Rajagopalan
Architecture and the Myth of Authenticity during the German Colonial Period
Itohan Osayimwese
Unsettled Meaning: Memorializing Lost Mobility through a Monument in Ordos, Inner Mongolia
Rick Miller
The Specter of Modernity: Open Ports and the Making of Chinatown in Japan and South Korea
Sujin Eom
The State Army, the Guerrillas, and the Civilian Militias: Politics and the Myth of the Tulou, 1927–1949
Jing Zheng
Field Report: Is the Migrant House in Australia an Australian Vernacular Architecture?
Mirjana Lozanovska, Iris Levin, and Maria Victoria Gantala

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TDSR 23.2 Spring 2012

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Hyperreal Monuments of the Mind: Traditional Chinese Architecture and Disneyland
Thorsten Botz-Bornstein
Geographies of Dis/Topia in the Nation-State: Israel, Palestine, and the Geographies of Liberation
Ron J. Smith
The Practice of Home in Old Cairo: Towards Socio-Spatial Models of Sustainable Living
Mohamed Gamal Abdelmonem
Israeli Housing and Nation Building: Establishment of the State-Citizen Contract, 1948-1953
Yael Allweil
Social and Material Influences on the Kelabit Dwelt Environment
Ian J. Ewart

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TDSR 23.1 Fall 2011

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Dwelling in the Reality of Utopian Thought
Ghassan Hage
The Agonism of Utopia: Dialectics at a Standstill
Ananya Roy
Constructing Narratives of Kurdish Nationalism in the Urban Space of Diyarbakir, Turkey
Muna Güvenc
Sister Cities: Corporate Destiny in the Metropolis Utopias of King Camp Gillette, Thea Von Harbou, and Fritz Lang
Nathaniel Robert Walker
Phnom Penh: From the Politics of Ruin to the Possibilities of Return
Sylvia Nam

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TDSR 22.2 Spring 2011

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You Can’t Go Home Again: The Place of Tradition in Firefly’s Dystopian Utopia and Utopian Dystopia
Robert Brown
The Prophecy of Code 46: Afuera in Dubai, or Our Urban Future
Yasser Elsheshtawy
“Stone upon Stone”: From Pablo Neruda’s House in Isla Negra to The Heights of Macchu Picchu
Patricia Morgado
Borderless Village: Challenging the Globalist Dystopia in Ansan, South Korea
Jieheerah Yun
Automobile Utopias and Traditional Urban Infrastructure: Visions of the Coming Conflict, 1925–1940
Ted Shelton

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TDSR 21.2 Spring 2010

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Alien And Distant: Rem Koolhaas On Film In Lagos, Nigeria
Joseph Godlewski
The Fabrication Of Place In America: The Fictions And Traditions Of The New England Village
B.D. Wortham-Galvin
From Documentation To Policy-Making: Management Of Built Heritage In Old Aleppo And Old Acre
Luna Khirfan
Maidan To Padang : Reinventions Of Urban Fields In Malaysia And Singapore
Chee-Kien Lai
“Securing Democracy In Iraq”: Sectarian Politics And Segregation In Baghdad, 2003-2007
Mona Damluji

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TDSR 21.1 Fall 2009

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Future Traditions of Nature
Amy Murphy
Stealth Gentrification: Camouflage and Commerce on the Lower East Side
Lara Belkind
On Change and Adaptation: Rural Inhabitation during the Romanian Post-Socialist Transition
Andrei Serbescu
On Concrete and Stone: Shifts and Conflicts in Israeli Architecture
Alona Nitan-Shiftan
Constructing Ethnic Identity: Making and Remaking Korean-Chinese Rural Houses in Yanbian, 1881-2008
Yishi Liu

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TDSR 20.2 Spring 2009

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Reflections on iaste at Twenty
David Moffat
Make-Believe Main Streets: Hyperreality and the Lifestyle Center
Mark Gillem
From Sleeping Porch to Sleeping Machine: Inverting Traditions of Fresh Air in North America
Charlie Hailey
The Legend of Brigadoon: Architecture, Identity and Choice in the Scottish Highlands
Daniel Maudlin
Bruce Grove Transferred: The Role of Diverse Traditions in Historic Conservation
Kate Jordan

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