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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TDST 7.2 Spring 1995

VERNACULAR ARCHITECTURE AND IDENTITY POLITICS: THE CASE OF THE ‘TURKISH HOUSE’
Sibel Bozdogan

THE TRANSLATION OF TRADITION: A COMPARATIVE DIALECTIC
James Steele

TRADITION VS. MODERNITY: THE QUEST FOR A CULTURAL IDENTITY
Nadia M. Alhasani

CATCHING A PASSING MOMENT: THE REDEPLOYMENT OF TRADITION
Masood A. Khan

THE TOWN OF GHARDAÏA IN M’ZAB, ALGERIA: BETWEEN TRADITION AND MODERNITY
Giancarlo Cataldi, Rasid Abdelhamid, and Fabio Selva

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TDSR 7.1 Fall 1995

CREATING ONE’S FUTURE FROM ONE’S PAST: NONDEFENSIVELY
Janet L. Abu-Lughod

FROM VERNACULARISM TO GLOBALISM: THE TEMPORAL REALITY OF TRADITIONAL SETTLEMENTS
Nezar AlSayyad

BODY, SETTLEMENT, LANDSCAPE: A COMPARISON OF HOT AND COOL HUMID PATTERNS
Robert Mugerauer

THE AMERICAN RANCH HOUSE: TRADITIONAL DESIGN METHOD IN MODERN POPULAR CULTURE
Thomas C. Hubka

CYCLES OF SUSTENANCE IN TRADITIONAL ARCHITECTURE
Suha Özkan

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TDSR 4.2 Spring 1993

THE POLITICS OF POSITION: INVENTING THE PAST, CONSTRUCTING THE PRESENT, IMAGINING THE FUTURE
Anthony King
WHY HISTORY: THE MEANINGS AND USES OF TRADITION
Oleg Grabar
DISCOURSES ON THE PRE-1948 PALESTINIAN VILLAGE:
THE CASE OF EIN HOD/EIN HOUD

Susan Slyomovics
CAIRENE TRADITIONS INSIDE PALLADIAN VILLAS
Khaled Asfour
CULTURAL CORRIDOR:
A PRESERVATION DISTRICT IN DOWNTOWN RIO DE JANEIRO, BRAZIL

Augusto Ivan Pinheiro and Vicente Del Rio

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