Working Paper Series 2016

Volumes 272-285: LEGITIMATING TRADITION
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Volume 272
LEGITIMATING ARCHITECTURE AND THE VERNACULAR
$15 Each Copy

Nationalist Particularism and Levels of Legitimizing Architectural and Urban Traditions in Four Gulf Cities
Ashraf Salama

Emergent Technologies in Legitimating “Mass-Customized” “Place-Related” Environments
Hussain M. Dashti

Between Tradition and Modernity: Gulf Public Buildings and Cultural Legitimation
Nadia Mounajjed

Volume 273
LEGITIMIZING TRADITION: FROM THE VERNACULAR TO THE MODERN
$20 Each Copy

In Search of a Legitimate Contemporary Islamic Architecture
James Steele

Legitimizing Traditions: A Recipe for Vibrant Architecture
Khaled Asfour

Contemporary Attitudes to Vernacular Elements in Kuwait’s Domestic Architecture: A Mixed Method Study
Yousef Al-Haroun

The Poetics of the Arabian Souq
Jasmine Shahin

Volume 274
CULTURE, RELIGION, AND TRADITIONS
$25 Each Copy

(Re)Evaluating Tradition: Ritual Practices and Place-Making in Hanoi
Phuong Quoc Dinh

Role of Village Leader (Dehdar) and the Legitimacy of the Built Environment at the Historic Village of Palangan in Iranian Kurdistan
Namsub Choi

Myth, Religion and Ritual and Their Role in Defining the Existence of Tanks in South Indian Temple Town – Kumbakonam
Shanmugapriya Balasubramanian and Dhanasekaran Muthu

Subalternity, Religious Politics, and the Appropriation of Urban Public Places: The Case of Roadside Shrines in Ahmedabad, India
Gauri Bharat

Changed and Unchanged Tradition: The Spatial Transformation of Religious Spheres in Tainan of Taiwan
Ping-Sheng WU and An-Yu CHENG

Volume 275
HERITAGE, CONSERVATION, AND PRESERVATION OF TRADITION
$25 Each Copy

Historic Versus Traditional Architecture: Counterexamples from Divri?i, Lviv, and Lublin
Andrzej Piotrowski

Legitimizing Tradition: The Case of Syria’s Palmyra
Rosalie Smith McCrea

Regulating Tradition, Fostering the Intangible Cultural Heritage: The Master Craftsmen Program in Brazil
Leonardo Castriota

Legitimizing Tradition in Qatar: The Case of Old Doha — Past, Present and Future
Djamel Boussaa

Walls and Courtyards in the Chinese Courtyard Housing: The Spatial Meanings and Strategies of Traditional Chinese Family Life
Xiao Hu

Volume 276
PUBLIC SPACE, MEMORY, AND THE LEGITIMATION OF TRADITION
$25 Each Copy

Legitimizing the Value of Suburban Parks in Kuwait
Lamis Behbehani

Borrowing Spaces and Constructing Traditions: From Real Doha to Revolutionary Cairo
Ali A. Alraouf

The Modern Life of Bedouin Tradition: Public Spaces in Riyadh
Magarita Gonzalez Cardenas

The Cemeteries of the Mediterranean Coast as Traditional Urban Landscapes: Values, Threats and Strategies
Mar Loren-Mendez and Ana Quesada-Arce

Reconstructing Ahmadi’s Memories
Dana Alhasan

Volume 277
IDENTITY AND VISUALITY OF TRADITION
$20 Each Copy

Compound Constructions: Real and Imagined
Joseph Godlewski

The Spaces of Sublimation: Moda, Istanbul
Serdar Erisen

“Denial of Coevalness:” Discursive Practices in the Representations of Kuwaiti Urban Modernity
Asseel Al-Ragam

Technics qua Tradition: On Stiegler, Technics as Legitimator and Implications for the Built Environment – An Excursus
John Stallmeyer

Volume 278
HISTORY AND THE LEGITIMACY OF HISTORIC STRUCTURES
$15 Each Copy

Shifting Australian Indigenous Settlements
Paul Memmott and Caroll Go-Sam

The Concept of Hearth to Legitimize Nusantara Architecture in Indonesia
Pancawati Dewi, Hery Budiyanto, Muchlisiniyati Safeyah, and Raziq Hasan

The Taste of Distinction: Legitimizing a Traditional Tea Factory During the Transformation of Tea Industry in Tongmu Village, China
Huaqing Huang and Jun Shan

Volume 279
PLANNING, LEGITIMATION, AND TRADITION
$20 Each Copy

Urban Morphology Versus Legitimacy
Mohamed Alaa Mandour

Fundamentalist Urban Growth Machine and Its Urban Images in “Anatolian Tigers”
Meltem Al

The Brazilian Favela of Telegrafo and Some Variants of Self-Help Housing in the Post-Neoliberal City
Ana Rosa Chagas Cavalcanti

The Tradition of Aesthetic Governmentality in Preservation Practice and the Mid-Century Subdivision
Clare Robinson

Volume 280
URBANIZATION, TOURISM, AND HERITAGE
$20 Each Copy

Legitimizing Memories and Spaces of Urban Heritage: Procedural Strategies for Active Preservation of Traditional Quarters in the Arab City
Mohamed Gamal Abdelmonem and Gehan Selim

Legitimating Tradition Through Evolving Heritage Practices: The Role of the State, Professionals and Traditional Knowledge Systems
Montira Horayangura Unakul

Traditionally Placeworthy
Lineu Castello and Leandro Forgiarini

Unearthing the Traditional Principles Creating the City Form and the Exploration of Urban Continuum to Create a Paradigm Shift in Heritage Management Program: The Case of the Historic Housing Stock (Agraharams) of the Heritage Core of the City of Thiruvananthapuram
Binumol Tom and Suja Kumari L/Kartha

Volume 281
THE POWER AND POLITICS OF TRADITION
$20 Each Copy

Spaces for Reviving Tradition
Jawaher Al-Bader

Legitimating Modernity Into Local Tradition: Overseas Chinese’s Architectural Revolution in the Early Twentieth Century
Jing Zheng and Yuan Yining

Space as Legitimating Tradition: Exploring Spatial Structure in Mid-Twentieth-Century Cairene Dwellings
Mostafa A-Y. Ibraheem

A New Approach to Community Planning and Design Established by the Traditions of Past Generations
Abdullah Al-Mohaisen

Volume 282
HOUSE FORM AND TRADITION
$25 Each Copy

Housing Power: Log Construction on Pine Ridge Reservation, 1879-1940
Brent Sturlaugson

The Legitimacy of Traditional Type Through Contemporary Transformation in Guangdong, China
Guo Xiao Wei

The Landlord’s Manor in Gongyi, China: Legitimation, De-Legitimation and Re-Legitimation of an Architectural Heritage Typology in a Changing Society
Xiao Liu

A New Form of ‘Tradition’ in Contemporary Architectural Culture: The Case of the Award Winning Greek-Cypriot House
Christakis Chatzichristou

A Future Vision for the Multi-Use House in Kuwait: Between Acceptance and Rejection
Sura S. AlSabah

Volume 283
SOCIO-SPATIAL TRANSFORMATION AND MORPHOLOGY
$20 Each Copy

Legitimizing Spatial Quality in Old Quarters of Cairo
Gehan Selim

Transformations of Traditions: The Correlation Between Spatial Development and Everyday Commuting Behaviors in the UAE – The Case of Dubai
Sahera Bleibleh and Nasma Hannawi

Socio-Political Dynamics and Spatial Narrative: Legitimizing Forms and Meanings in Boat People’s Settlement, Xiamen (1920-2016)
Yongming CHEN and Zhiyu ZHANG

A Participatory Inquiry into the Legitimacy of Socio-Spatial Transformations in Post Disaster Contexts: The Study of Baun Village in India
Piyush Verma and Ram Sateesh Pasupuleti

Volume 284
LEGITIMACY, INFORMALITY, AND TRADITION
$15 Each Copy

Settling between Legitimacy and the Law: At the Edge of Ulaanbaatar’s Legal Landscape
Rick Miller

Social Traditions and the Built Form: The Tiny-House Village Model for Chronically Homeless Americans
Lyndsey Deaton

I Dwell in [Im]Possibility: Legitimating the Informal Economy around the Bus Terminal in Kampung Melayu, Jakarta
Triatno Yudo Harjoko

Volume 285
SUSTAINABILITY AND TRADITION
$25 Each Copy

Legitimizing Sustainable Development: A Techno-Cultural Perspective
Ahmed El-Kholei and Odeh Al-Jayyousi

Shades of Green: Sustainability as a New Tradition
Arief Setiawan

The Politics of Grass
Laurence Keith Loftin III and Jacqueline G. Victor

Legitimating Green Traditions: Syncretism from Arabia Felix to Ampenan
Diane Valerie Wildsmith

Brownfield Remediation and Recovery: A Non-Militaristic Tactic to Territorial Acquisition
Shahab Albahar