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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TDSR 3.2 Spring 1992

DISAPPEARING DICHOTOMIES:
FIRST WORLD-THIRD WORLD, TRADITIONAL-MODERN

Janet Abu-Lughod

REBIRTH OF A RAJPUT VILLAGE
Paul Oliver

AESTHETIC POLITICS: SHANTYTOWN OR NEW VERNACULAR?
Lisa R. Peattie

ON CULTURAL LANDSCAPES
Amos Rapoport

FROM EXPLOITATION OF THE FOREST TO URBAN DEPENDENCE
IN PAPUA NEW GUINEA
Christian Coiffier
FROM EXPLOITATION OF THE FOREST TO URBAN DEPENDENCE
IN PAPUA NEW GUINEA
Christian Coiffier

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TDSR 3.1 Fall 1991

MEN AND WOMEN IN PREHISTORIC ARCHITECTURE
Ruth Tringham
ORIENTALIST REPRESENTATIONS OF MUSLIM DOMESTIC SPACE IN EGYPT
Juan Eduardo Campo
NEW TOWNS IN FRANCE AND THAILAND IN THE MIDDLE AGES, A COMPARATIVE ANALYSIS
Sophie Clement-Charpentier
THE CHALET AS ARCHETYPE: THE BUNGALOW, THE PICTURESQUE TRADITION AND VERNACULAR FORM
Bruno Giberti
CONTINUITY AND CONSISTENCY OF THE TRADITIONAL COURTYARD HOUSE PLAN IN MODERN KOREAN DWELLINGS
Sang Hae Lee

CAMP AND FIELD: NOTES ON THE POLISH LANDSCAPE
Jill Stoner

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