TDSR 13.1 Fall 2001

BEIJING’S PRESERVATION POLICY AND THE FATE OF THE SIHEYUAN
Daniel Abramson

DIALOGUES OF ARCHITECTURAL PRESERVATION IN MODERN VIETNAM: THE 36 STREETS COMMERCIAL QUARTER
Alexandra Sauvegrain

VERNACULAR ARCHITECTURE AND THE PARK REMOVALS: TRADITIONALIZATION AS JUSTIFICATION AND RESISTANCE
Michael Ann Williams

INDIANIZING INDIAN ARCHITECTURE: A POSTMODERN TRADITION
Ritu Bhatt

THE WORLD’S SMALLEST VILLAGE’: FOLK CULTURE AND TOURISM DEVELOPMENT IN AN ALPINE CONTEXT
Gabriela Muri

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TDSR 11.2 Spring 2000

GLOBAL DIASPORAS AND TRADITIONAL TOWNS: CHINESE TRANSNATIONAL MIGRATION AND THE REDEVELOPMENT OF VANCOUVER’S CHINATOWN
Katharyne Mitchell

THE CHANGING LANDSCAPE OF HYBRIDITY: A READING OF ETHNIC IDENTITY AND URBAN FORM IN VANCOUVER
Duanfang Lu

MARTYRS, MYSTERY AND MEMORY BEHIND A COMMUNAL HALL
Sidney C.H. Cheung

THE ‘NIGHT ZONE’ STORYLINE: BOAT QUAY, CLARKE QUAY AND ROBERTSON QUAY
Heng Chye Kiang and Vivienne Chan

WRITING SPACES: CULTURAL TRANSLATION AND CRITICAL REFLEXIVITY INTRADITIONAL DWELLINGS AND SETTLEMENTS REVIEW
C. Greig Crysler

 

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TDSR 11.1 Fall 1999

BUILT FORM AND THREE CULTURAL TENDENCIES: NOSTALGIA, PRESENTISM AND ANTICIPATION
Ali A. Mazrui

MEMORY WITHOUT MONUMENTS: VERNACULAR ARCHITECTURE
Stanford Anderson

EAST BLOC, WEST VIEW: ARCHITECTURE AND LITHUANIAN NATIONAL IDENTITY
John V. Maciuika

FRACTURED PLANS: REAL ESTATE, MORAL REFORM, AND THE POLITICS OF HOUSING IN NEW DELHI, 1936-1941
Jyoti Hosagrahar

CONTINUITY AND TRANSFORMATION OF BOSNIAN DWELLING TRADITION IN THE RECONSTRUCTION OF SARAJEVO
Marina Pecar
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TDSR 10.2 Spring 1999

LIVING IN A WORLD HERITAGE SITE: PRESERVATION POLICIES AND LOCAL HISTORY IN OURO PRETO, BRAZIL
Leonardo Castriota

A TRADITION IN TRANSITION: ALI TUR IN GUADELOUPE, 1929-1937
Christian Galpin and Anne Hublin

GENTRIFICATION AND THE POLITICS OF POWER, CAPITAL AND CULTURE IN AN EMERGING JORDANIAN HERITAGE INDUSTRY 
Rami Farouk Daher

A SPIRITUAL CELEBRATION OF CULTURAL HERITAGE
Katharine E. Leigh and Abimbola Asojo

WHEN TRADITION BECOMES LUXURY: AGRICULTURE, ARCHITECTURE AND TOURISM IN SYMBIOSIS
Rosemary Latter

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TDSR 8.2 Spring 1997

TWO MISSIONS: CASE STUDIES IN THE MEANING OF TRADITION IN CONTEMPORARY DEVELOPMENT IN SOUTH AFRICA
Derek Japha and Vivienne Japha

HOUSE ARCHITECTURE AND FAMILY FORM: THE ORIGIN OF VERNACULAR TRADITIONS IN EARLY MODERN JAPAN
Laurel L. Cornell

SOVIET ORIENTALISM: SOCIALIST REALISM AND BUILT TRADITION
Greg Castillo

TRADITIONAL ENVIRONMENTS AND THE NEW URBANISM: A REGIONAL AND HISTORICAL CRITIQUE
Nina Veregge

SUAKIN: ON REVIVING AN ANCIENT RED SEA PORT CITY
Abdel Rahim Salim

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