1998 Volumes 101-120: Manufacturing Heritage / Consuming Tradition: Development, Preservation and Tourism in the Age of Globalization

Volume 101
MANUFACTURING HERITAGE THROUGH POLICIES OF PRESERVATION
$15 each copy

Living in a World Heritage Site: Preservation Policies and Local History in the City of Ouro Preto
Leonardo Barci Castriota

Reconciling Institutional ‘Heritocracy’ and the Public’s Prerogative in the Citadel of Jaisalmer, India
Azhar Tyabji

Consuming Built Patrimony, Social Perspectives, and Preservation Strategies in Modern Cairo: A Chronological Cross-Disciplinary Analysis
Alaa El-Habashi and Ihab Elzeyadi

Volume 102
GLOBAL TRANSFORMATIONS IN TRADITIONAL URBAN SETTINGS
$20 each copy

Modernization and Cultural Transformation: Changes in House Forms and Materials in Karimabad, Pakistan
Sarwat Viquar

Re-Imaging the City: Globalization, Tourism, and the Aesthetization of Social Inequality in Rio de Janeiro
Anne-Marie Broudehoux

The Colonial Landscape of Lucknow, India
Amita Sinha

Regional Commands and Local Wishes: The Transformation of Beirut’s Peri-Center Districts in the 1990s
Sofia Shwayri

Volume 103
TOURISM DEVELOPMENT: IDEOLOGY AND MYTH-MAKING
$15 each copy

Generating Instant Heritage in Nineteenth-Century San Francisco
J. Philip Gruen

Mayan Space Versus a Global Economy of Signification
Andrzej Piotrowski

Tourism Development and Development of Tourism: House of German Tourism and the Infobox at Potsdamer Platz, Berlin
Donald J. Watts

Volume 104
TOURISM DEVELOPMENT: THE THEMING OF VERNACULAR SETTINGS
$20 each copy

Manufacturing Natural Heritage: Disney’s Wilderness Lodge
Eric Higgs and Jennifer Cypher

Celebrating the American Small Town: What Kind of Sell-Out?
June P. Williamson

Arts Festivals in the Traditional Environment: The Vernacular Setting for Art and as Art
Carol Martin Watts

“What Have they Done to the Old Homeplace?”: The Uses of Traditional Architecture in the Country Music Industry
Michael Ann Williams

The ‘Night Zone’ Storyline: Boat Quay, Clarke Quay, and Robertson Quay
Heng Chye Kiang and Vivienne Chan

Volume 105
POLITICAL ECONOMY OF CULTURE AND HERITAGE
$15 each copy

Private Property in Africa: Creation Stories of Economy, State, and Culture
Donald Krueckeberg

Tourism Encounters: Inter and Intra Cultural Conflicts and the World’s Largest Industry
Mike Robinson

The Role of Civil Society in the Remaking of Touristic Cities: The Case of Puerto Vallarta, Mexico
Manuel Varela-Michel

Volume 106
INVOCATIONS OF ETHNICITY, NATIONALISM, AND RELIGION HERITAGE STRATEGIES
$20 each copy

When Tradition Becomes a Luxury: Agriculture, Architecture, and Tourism in Symbiosis
Rosemary Latter

Raising the Stakes: Manufactured Heritage, Coast Salish Identity, and Casino Architecture
Caroline Swope

Chinese National Identity as a Project: The Rebuilding Plan of the Yellow Emperor’s Mausoleum in Huang Ling
Bruno Fayolle Lussac

A Colonial Portrait of Jerusalem: The Manipulation of Tradition in the Architecture of the British Mandate in Palestine
Ron Fuchs

The “Rectification” of Documents of Architecture: The Case of Uygur Architecture in Xinjiang
Jean-Paul Loubes

Volume 107
INVOCATIONS OF TRADITION: THE ARCHITECTURE OF TOURIST DEVELOPMENT
$15 each copy

Reuse of the Vernacular Built Environment in Tourism Development Projects of Jordan
Leen Fakhoury

Tourism and Tourists and the Built Environment of Egypt in the Age of Globalization
Tarek Abu-Zekry and Ahmed O. El-Kholei

Housing in the Age of Technology
Omar Abdulaziz Hallaj

Volume 108
ECOLOGY, TOURISM, AND TRADITIONAL SETTLEMENTS
$20 each copy

Ecotourism Resorts and Hotels: A Case Study of Al Maha Resort
Azza Eleishe

The Impacts of Sustainable Tourism Development on the Red Sea Coastal Landscape
Mohammad H. Refaat

Ecolodges: Meeting the Demand for Sustainable Tourism Development in Egypt
Ashraf Salama

Building, Aesthetics, and Technology
Akel Ismail Kahera

Volume 109
CULTURE, CRAFT, AND TRADITION
$15 each copy

Enriched Frameworks
Stephannie Bartos

A Cultural Analysis of Tourism and its Products in Turkey
Humanur Bagli

Transformations: Gecekondu as Vernacular Architecture
Hande A. Birkalan

Volume 110
TRADITION AS PROCESS AND PRACTICE
$20 each copy

A Spiritual Celebration of Cultural Heritage
Katherine E. Leigh and Abimbola Asojo

The Relevance of Traditional Process in Contemporary Architectural Education
Aly Assawee and Nabeel Elhady

“The Secret is Your Phantasm”: The Traditional in Architectural Offices
Marwan Ghandour

Traditional Versus Informal Design Process in Urban Housing Generation
Hisham Amr Bahgat and Aly Assawee

Volume 111
CONSERVATION, REHABILITATION, AND IMPLEMENTATION
$20 each copy

Historic Preservation or Perversion?
Dina K. Shehayeb

The Experience of Conservation in Palestine
Jihad Awad

Tourism, Monument Conservation, and Urban Rehabilitation
Ronald Lewcock

Adapting Traditional Design Concepts for High Density Settlement Development
Mas Santosa

Housing: Complexities of Tradition and Modernity. The Case of Riyadh
Ibrahim M. Al-But’hie

Volume 112
THE PRACTICE AND PEDAGOGY OF PRESERVATION
$15 each copy

Place, Visuality and Kinesthetics: Indigeneous Experience of Country at Uluru-Kata Tjuta, Central Australia
Michael Tawa

Noah’s Ark Program: Preservation of the Historic and Cultural Patrimony of the Region Affected by the Ita Hydroelectric Plant
Maria Elisabeth Pereira Rego

Accessing Our Heritage: Visitability and the Creation of Visitor-Friendly Sites
J.D. Harrison and K.J. Parker

Volume 113
INVOCATIONS OF TRADITIONS IN PEDAGOGY
$20 each copy

Hogan-House Prototypes for Navajo Persistence
Jeffrey Cook

Icons, Ideograms, and the Intentio Auctoris: The Trinity in Correa’s Architecture of Commodified Tradition
Soumyen Bandyopadhyay

Place-making Through the Design of Building Enclosures
Dominique Bonnamour-Lloyd

A Tradition in Transition: Ali Tur in Guadeloupe, 1929-1937
Anne Hublin and Christian Galpin

Volume 114
PRESERVATION OF THE VERNACULAR BUILT ENVIRONMENT IN DEVELOPMENT PROJECTS
$20 each copy

Conservation, Tourism, and Traditional Societies: The Case of Quseir, Egpyt
Ragaei M. Said Abdel-Fattah

Surviving Tourism: Report from Amasya
William Bechhoefer

Siwa: Cultural Meaning and the Quest for Authenticity
Mervat El-Shafie

Conservation: the Question of Authenticity-Ideals and Realities
Barry Rowney

Volume 115
PRESERVATION OF TRADITIONAL LIFESTYLE AND BUILT FORM
$20 each copy

Women’s Visual Privacy in Traditional and Modern Neighborhoods in Damascus
Kheir Al-Kodmany

Heritage at a Crossroads: The Architecture of the Gulf Revisited
Yasser Mansour and Zeinab Shafik

Preservation of Cultural Heritage Under the Climate of War and Civil Unrest: Herat, Afghanistan
Rafi Samizay

The Union of Town, Building Form, Color, and Landscape: Grain Elevators in the Canadian Prairie and Town
Anna W. Mutin

Tourism and Cultural Heritage: A Swiss Perspective
Dieter Ackerknecht and Geoffrey Kenworthy

Volume 116
CONSERVATION PROJECTS AND CULTURAL SURVIVAL
$15 each copy

What’s Left When the Ore Runs Out, Mate?
Christine Landorf

Transformations in Traditional Marketplaces in Fatimid Cairo
Ahmed Yousry and Hala Mekawy

Building for Cultural Survival: The Case of Iraralai House/Museum/Classroom, Orchid Island, Taiwan
John K.C. Liu

Volume 117
PRESERVATION OF BUILDING TYPES
$20 each copy

The Villardian Farmhouse
Laurence K. Loftin III and Jacqueline G. Victor

Historic Revitalization as a Tool for Tourist Attraction: El-Salamlek Palace Hotel in Alexandria, Egypt
Hisham Gabr

Tourism and Changes in a Traditional Building in Iran: The Shrine
G. Hossein Memarian and M. Anwarul Islam

On Preservation of a Country House as a Station for Automobiles
Nobuo Mitsuhashi and Nobuyoshi Fujimoto

Volume 118
SITES AND SIGHTS: MUSEUMS OF HERITAGE
$20 each copy

Representing and Re-presenting the Vernacular: The Open-Air Museum
Paul Oliver

Transition from Space to Place: The Heritage Process in Open-Air Museums in England
Antonia Noussia

The Integration of Historic Preservation to Urban Planning Practice: Criteria for the Conservation of El Abbasseya District
Sahar Attia and Shahdan Shabka

The Civil Rights Street Museum, Atlanta, Georgia
Renee Kemp-Rotan

Volume 119
THE CONSERVATION OF HISTORIC IMAGES
$20 each copy

Reconstructing a Historic Image: Techniques and Process in Sharjah City
Ahmed M. Salah-Ouf

Understanding Tradition: A Socio-cultural Analysis of Preservation Efforts in Al’Marija, Sharjah, UAE
Yasser Elsheshtawy

Is There Room for Heritage Conservation in Hong Kong, a City of High Land Cost and Rapid Redevelopment?
David Lung

Reviving Historic Beauty: The Conservation of Jimei School Village in Xiamen, China
Mei Qing

A Traditional Shape Packaged: On Pancasila Mosque of Indonesia
Gunawan Tjahjono

Volume 120
PRESERVED LANDSCAPES
$15 each copy

La Foce: The Re-creation of the Painter’s Landscape in Southern Tuscany
Morna Livingston

Spatial Patterning and Tourism on Mount Bromo, Indonesia
Endang Titi Sunarti Darjosanjoto and Frank E. Brown

The Submersion of Daily Life: Nova Ponte, Brazil
Alicia Duarte Penna

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