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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TDSR 2.2 Spring 1991

DUALITY IN MODERN CHIRICAHUA APACHE SETTLEMENT PATTERNS 
Martha L. Henderson
IDENTITY THROUGH DETAIL: ARCHITECTRUE AND CULTURAL ASPIRATION IN MONTAGU, SOUTH AFRICA, 1850-1915 
Derek and Vivienne Japha
A COMPARISON OF TRADITIONAL SETTLEMENTS IN NEPAL AND BALI 
Joseph L. Aranha
THE MORPHOLOGY OF DWELLING ENVIRONMENTS ON AMORGOS WITHIN THEIR INSULAR TRADITIONAL CONTEXT 
Maria-Christina Georgalli
THE MYTH OF MEANINGFUL FORMS: COMPARING THE FORMS OF INDIGENOUS AND CLASSICAL ARCHITECTURE 
Ralf Weber
HOUSE BUILDING IN SHAANXI, CHINA: A CHRONICLE OF THE TECHNIQUE AND CEREMONY OF RAISING THE ROOF FRAME 
J. Azevedo
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TDSR 1.2 Spring 1990

ARCHITECTS, VERNACULAR ARCHITECTURE, AND SOCIETY 
Henry Glassie
PORTUGUESE TRADITIONAL SETTLEMENTS, A RESULT OF CULTURAL MISCEGENATION 
Manuel C. Teixeira
SEVEN CHARACTERISTICS OF TRADITIONAL URBAN FORM IN SOUTHEAST CHINA
Pu Miao
THE IMPACT OF KINSHIP SYSTEMS ON THE GENERATION OF HOUSE-TYPES 
Rajmohan Shetty
VARIETIES OF TRADITION AND TRADITIONALISM 
Gül Asatekin and Aydan Balamir
THE TRADITIONAL HOUSE AND ITS ENEMIES 
Dell Upton

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TDSR 1.1 Fall 1989

TRADITION AND MODERNITY IN THE FACE OF TIME
Bruno Queysanne
MYTH, SYMBOL AND FUNCTION OF THE TORAJA HOUSE
Eric Crystal
DOMESTIC ARCHITECTURE AND THE OCCUPANT’S LIFE CYCLE: SUDAN 
Natalie Tobert
PROCESSION AND URBAN FORM IN A SRI LANKAN VILLAGE 
William B. Bechhoefer
SAFRANBOLU: AN ANATOLIAN TOWN WITH ROOTS AND URBAN FORM 
M. Bilgi Denel
IDENTITY AND GIOVE: HILL TOWNS ARE ALIVE AND WELL IN UMBRIA 
Francis Violich
ANALYZING AERIAL PHOTOGRAPHS OF TRADITIONAL MAROON SETTLEMENTS 
Anne Hublin
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