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WHOSE TRADITION? : discourses on the built environment.

Publisher: [Place of publication not identified], ROUTLEDGE, 2018.
Edition/Format:   Print book : EnglishView all editions and formats

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Document Type: Book
ISBN: 0367140969 9780367140960
OCLC Number: 1055263660
Description: 1 volume ; 24 cm
Contents: Preface viiThe Editors and Contributors ixPrologueWhose Tradition? Nezar AlSayyadPart I: Place: Whose Nation, Whose City?1 Tradition and Its Aftermath: Jakarta's Urban Politics Abidin Kusno2 Tradition as an Imposed and Elite Inheritance: Yangon's ModernPast Jayde Lin Roberts3 Mega-Events, Socio-Spatial Fragmentation, and Extraterritorialityin the City of Exception: The Case of Pre-Olympic Rio deJaneiro Anne-Marie BroudehouxPart II: People: Whose Indigeneity?4 Revamping Tradition: Contested Politics of 'the Indigenous' inPostcolonial Hong Kong Shu-Mei Huang5 Their Voice or Mine? Debating People's Agency in theConstruction of Adivasi Architectural Histories Gauri Bharat6 Malaysianization, Malayization, Islamization: The Politics ofTradition in Greater Kuala Lumpur Tim Bunnellvi Whose Tradition?Part III: Colonialism: Whose Architecture?7 How the Past and the Future Have Influenced the Design ofGuam's Government House Marvin Brown8 The Missing 'Brazilianness' of Nineteenth-Century BrazilianArt and Architecture Pedro Paulo Palazzo and Ana Amelia de Paula Moura9 Empire in the City: Politicizing Urban Memorials ofColonialism in Portugal and Mozambique Tiago CastelaPart IV: Time: Whose Identity?10 Whose Neighbourhood? Identity Politics, CommunityOrganizing, and Historic Preservation in St. Louis Susanne Cowan11 Cosmopolitan Architects and Discourses of Tradition andModernity in Post-Independence Africa Jennifer Gaugler12 New Traditions of Placemaking in West-Central Africa Mark Gillem and Lyndsey DeatonReflections13 The Agency of Belonging: Identifying and Inhabiting Tradition Mike Robinson14 Process and Polemic Dell Upton


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