Working Papers Series 2012

Volumes 239-253: THE MYTH OF TRADITION
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Volume 239
MODERNISM UNBOUND: MYTHS, PRACTICES, AND POLICIES
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A ‘Democratic Modernism’: Naturalizing and Neutralizing Architectural Traditions in Cape Town
Sharone Tomer

Capital in a Void: Modernist Myths of Brasilia
Pedro Palazzo & Luciana Saboia

The Myth of Modern Living: The Trajectory of Rio’s Pedregulho Housing Development
Flavia Nascimento

Volume 240
MYTHS AND METHODS IN ARCHITECTURE AND PLANNING
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The Myth of Bay Region Style in California
Elisa Brusegan

Building from the Myth: A Look at the Shilpa Shastras from Anthropology and Architecture
Julian Garcia & Joaquin Grau

Creating Japanese Discursive Space: Politics and Mythology of Tradition and Modernity in Metabolist Proposals
Harpreet (Neena) Mand

Volume 241
SPACES AND TRADITIONS OF REMEMBRANCE
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Unsettled Meaning: Memorializing Lost Mobility through a Monument in Ordos, Inner Mongolia
Rick Miller

A Multiple Life of Architecture: An Indonesian Case
Arief Setiawan

Creating Political Places through Myth: The Hyeonchungsa Project in Korea in the 1960s
Jihong Kim & BongHee Jeon

Volume 242
POLITICAL PLACEMAKING AND URBAN MYTHOLOGY
$25 Each Copy

Belgrade’s Security and Surveillance: Circulating Violence through Infrastructure
Nikolina Bobic

Exploring the Roots of the Village as a Myth and an Ideal for Urban Renewal
Eeva Aarrevaara

Catalan Nation Building and Bottom-Up Placemaking: Redevelopment in the 22@ District
Philip Speranza

The Illegal Fabric: Understanding the American Dream and Its Effect on Chicago
Samantha Salden

The Myth of Tradition in New York’s Chinatown
Chuo Li

Volume 243
INTERROGATING SUSTAINABILITY: BEYOND THE GREEN MYTH
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Myths of Knowledge Creation in Sustainable Architecture
Brook Muller

Green Myths: A Virtual Odyssey of Ecocities
Diane Valerie Wildsmith

Mythological Registers in the Architectural Language of Sustainability
Allison Earl

Volume 244
HOUSING, THE VERNACULAR, AND MYTH
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The Value of Myth and Tradition in Contemporary Welsh Dwellings
Heidi Day & Wayne Forster

Exploring the Myth of Four in the Persian Vernacular Architecture
Hesam Kamalipour

Is the Laweyan Still “the Laweyan”?
Triatno Yudo Harjoko & Putri Nurul Probowati

Volume 245
VERNACULARIZING MYTH
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Reinterpreting Traditions: Vernacular Architecture In Latin American Cities
Diana Maldonado & Fernando Lara

Architectural Creation Myths
Kevin Nute

The Construction of Myth in Tibetan Architecture and the Modern City of Lhasa
Maggie Mei Kei Hui

Volume 246
REGENERATION, PRESERVATION, AND THE MYTH OF HERITAGE
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Nostalgia and Attitudes towards Conservation and Reuse of the Historical Palaces of Mohammed Ali’s Family in Egypt
Hisham Gabr, Shaimaa Ibrahim, & Aliaa AlSadaty

Tradition and Myth in the Madina: Conservation and Change
Hassan Radoine

Controversial Borobudur: Myth and Rationality in Archaeology
Anne Hublin

Preservation and Reconstruction of Urban Dwelling Space: Qilou Districts in Guangzhou City, China
Nobuo Mitsuhashi

Volume 247
NATIONAL MYTHS AND IDENTITY DISCOURSES
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Diego Rivera and the “Building” of Mexican Identity
Patricia Morgado

Architecture and the Myth of Authenticity during the German Period in Cameroon
Itohan Osayimwese

The Metamorphosis of the Wall: A Mythical/Ideological Representation of Urban Space — the Case of Ankara
Meltem Al, Seçil Binboga, & Ömer Polat

On the Portuguese Ultimate National Myth
Daniela V. de Freitas Simões

The Constructing and Changing of Cinematic Hong Kong through the Taiwanese Cult Followings’ Eyes
Ying-Fen Chen

Volume 248
MYTH IN DESIGN THEORY AND PRACTICE
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Bio-Architectural Technology and the Dreamtime Knowledge of Spinife Grass
Paul Memmott

The Myth of the (Digital) Master Builder
Mark Donofrio

Farewell to the Bad Old Days: Architecture’s Curtain Call on the Myths of Mental Health Care
Rebecca Mclaughlan

Volume 249
CONSUMING MYTHS, GLOBALIZING TRADITIONS
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Museums in Arabia and the Myth of Cultural Enlightenment
Yasser Elsheshtawy

The Myth of Urban Diversity: The Tale of Two Souqs in Two Gulf Cities, Manama and Doha
Ali Alraouf

The Myth of Modernity: Reimagining the Farangi House in Aminoddowleh’s Travel Memoir
Vahid Vahdat Zad

Egyptian State-Led Competitions : Between Political Agendas and the Myth of the ”Space of Possible”
Mennat El-Husseiny

Volume 250
CULTURE AND MYTH IN SOCIO-SPATIAL PRACTICE
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Claiming Power through Myth Insinuated in Urban Forms: The Case of the Arjuna Wijaya Statue
Eka Permanasari

How the Bugis Community Employs Myths to Structure Space and Place
Bhatari Darjosanjoto & Endang Titi Sunarti Darjosanjoto

Eve’s Apple and the Mosque: Transmuted and Layered Additions to Mosque Vocabulary Pertaining to the Space of Women
Tammy Gaber

The Myth of Chinatown: The Historical Transformations of Chinese Settlements in East Asian Open Ports
Sujin Eom

Volume 251
MYTHS IN A TIME OF REVOLUTION
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Self-Immolation: The Myth of Fire, Contentious Politics, and the Remaking of Public Space
Aviva Rubin

Beyond the Modern Urban Center: Decoding Tahrir Square
Khaled Adham

Tahrir Square: Between Local Traditions and Global Flows
Hussam Salama

The Myths of Slum Upgrading: A New Vision for Egypt’s Slums after Revolution
Gihan Hannallah & Riham Faragallah

Volume 252
MYTHIC PLACES, TRADITIONAL SPACES
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Transforming Temple Streets in the New Digital Era
Ram Sateesh Pasupuleti, Jyoti Mithal, Siva Sakthivel Ramadoss, & Arthi Kanchanana Manohar

A Riverfront Structured to Keep Alive Traditions? The Ghat of Benares in India
Savitri Jalais

The Ayodhya Verdict: The Legal Space of Myth
Shraddha Navalli

Volume 253
MYTH AND NATIONALISM
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The Persistence of the Myth of the Native Hut and the Cradle of Portugueseness on the Indian Ocean
Silje Erøy Sollien

Mythologizing the Region: A Critique
Sebnem Yucel

The Nationalization of Women in Postcolonial Korea: Placemaking for Shin Saimdang as “Good Mother-Good Wife”
Younjung Do & BongHee Jeon

Systems of Enclaves: The Myth of Political Unity and the Policing of Public Space
Eliana Abu-Hamdi