TDSR 19.1 Fall 2007

Beyond the Spectacle: Al-Saha Village, Beirut
Mona Khechen

Vocational Migrants and a Tradition of Longing
Trevor H.J. Marchand

New Urbanism as a New Modernist Movement:
A Comparative Look at Modernism and New Urbanism
Michael Vanderbeek and Clara Irazabal

ON CONSERVATION:
Historic District Conservation in China: Assessment and Prospects
Zhu Qian

FIELD REPORT:
The “Palaces” of the Romanian Rroma: A Claim to Citizenship
Elena Tomlinson

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TDSR 18.2 Spring 2007

State Constructs of Ethnicity in the Reinvention of Malay–Indonesian Heritage in Singapore
Imran bin Tajudeen
Hyper-Traditions/Hip Villages: Urbanite villagers of Western Anatolia
Sebnem Yucel Young
Heritage of Disappearance? Shekkipmei and Collective Memory(s) in Post-Handover Hong Kong
Cecilia Chu
[SPECIAL ARTICLE] The Nature of the Courtyard House: A Conceptual Analysis
Amos Rapoport
[VISUAL ESSAY] Urban Funk: Globalization at the Margin
Mary Padua
[FIELD REPORT] Tradition and Thermal Performance: An Investigation of New-Vernacular Dwellings in Campinas, Brazil
Doris C.C.K. Kowaltowski, Vanessa da Rosa Watrin, and Silvia A. Mikami G. Pina
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TDSR 17.1 Fall 2005

[REFRAMING] WORLD HERITAGE
Howaydah Al-Harithy

Vieques, Puerto Rico: From Devastation to Conservation and Back Again
Javier Arbona

Globalization, Neoliberalism, and New Spaces of Capital in Cairo
Khaled Adham

Orchard Road as Conduit: Between Nostalgia and Authenticity
Limin Hee

FIELD REPORT: Tourist Commodification of Residential Vernacular Architecture in Venice: Livability and Conservation in an Historic District
Robert Good

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TDSR16.2 Spring 2005

INDIGENOUS URBANIZATION AND AMAZONIA’S POST-TRADITIONAL ENVIRONMENTAL ECONOMY
Daniela M. Peluso and Miguel N. Alexiades

RETHINKING CULTURAL HERITAGE: LESSONS FROM SANA’A, YEMEN
Michele Lamprakos

UTOPIA OR EUPHORIA?: SIX SITES OF RESISTANCE IN DISNEYLAND & SINGAPORE
Eunice Seng

THE ‘STATE PHILOSOPHICAL’ IN THE ‘LAND WITHOUT PHILOSOPHY’: SHOPPING MALLS, INTERIOR CITIES, AND THE IMAGE OF UTOPIA IN DUBAI
Ahmed Kanna

QUESTIONING THE ‘PUBLICNESS’ OF PUBLIC SPACES IN POSTINDUSTRIAL CITIES
Z. Muge Akkar

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TDSR 15.2 Spring 2004

BEATING THE BOUNDS: SWITCHING BOUNDARIES OVER FIVE MILLENNIA
Paul Oliver

POVERTY AS A ‘THEME PARK’: CHRISTIAN NORMS AND PHILANTHROPIC FORMS OF HABITAT FOR HUMANITY
Romola Sanyal

USE, APPROPRIATION, AND PERSONALIZATION OF SPACE IN MEXICAN HOUSING PROJECTS AND INFORMAL SETTLEMENTS
Elena Tamés

BUILDING IN THE CLIMATE OF THE NEW WORLD: A CULTURAL OR ENVIRONMENTAL RESPONSE?
Mary Ann Steane

ON PRESERVATION: REINVENTING THE CAVE: COMPETING IMAGES, INTERPRETATIONS, AND REPRESENTATIONS OF MATERA, ITALY
Anne Toxey

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TDSR 15.1 Fall 2003

THE SPACE OF DISPLACEMENT: MAKING MUSLIM SOUTH ASIAN PLACE IN BRITISH NEIGHBORHOODS
Noha Nasser

MOSQUES, TEMPLES, AND ORIENTALISTS: HEGEMONIC IMAGINATIONS IN BANARAS
Madhuri Desai

’MARRYING MODERN PROGRESS WITH TREASURED ANTIQUITY’: JERUSALEM CITY PLANS DURING THE BRITISH MANDATE, 1917-1948
Inbal Ben-Asher Gitler

REVIVING THE BETAWI TRADITION: THE CASE OF SETU BABAKAN, INDONESIA
Gunawan Tjahjono

TRADITIONS OF APPEARANCE: ADAPTATION AND CHANGE IN EASTERN TIBETAN DWELLINGS
Suzanne Ewing

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TDSR 14.2 Spring 2003

COLONIAL SPACE: HEALTH AND MODERNITY IN BARABAZAAR, KOLKATA
Martin Beattie

DRAWING BOUNDARIES: VERNACULAR ARCHITECTURE AND MAPS
Marcel Vellinga

A MEDITERRANEAN JEWISH QUARTER AND ITS ARCHITECTURAL LEGACY: THE GIUDECCA OF TRANI, ITALY (1000-1550) 
Mauro Bertagnin, Ilham Khuri-Makdisi, and Susan Gilson Miller

BOZO-DOGON BANTERING: POLICING ACCESS TO DJENNE’S BUILDING TRADE WITH JESTS AND SPELLS 
Trevor H.J. Marchand

THE DANCE OF A SUMMER DAY: LE CORBUSIER’S SARABHAI HOUSE IN AHMEDABAD, INDIA
M. Susan Ubbelohde

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