Czech Architecture for the Socialist Lifestyle, — When Ivory Towers Were Black: Experimental Architecture for Homeless Self-Housing. The Project of Projecting. Oteiza's Chalk Laboratory as Architecture Discovery. Autonomy and Automation in the Architectural Project.
The Garden of Earthly Delights. Organic Urbanism via Collective Site Appropriation. Spatial Practice in a Polar Territory. Women, Modernity, and Landscape Architecture. Modern Architectures in History. The Roots of Urban Renaissance. Gentrification and the Struggle over Harlem. Multiple Ways of Knowing Pierre Chareau.
From Cybernetics to Tangible Computing. Radical Pragmatist, in Pursuit of Lightness. Patent Scenarios for the Mississippi River. Leviathan in the Aquarium. The Seeding of a Fifth Ecology. By Lola Sheppard and Mason White.
What Did Banham See? Imaging Los Angeles as a Transit Metropolis.
The room fell silent, then, as she lifted hands as white as her face and placed them, one by one, on either side of the ball, whereupon the globe began to spin and a ghastly greenish light to glow at its heart. But damn, it was one hell of a ride trying to accomplish it and somewhat succeeding according to my plan! The Seeding of a Fifth Ecology. Rethinking the Legacy of the Sixties. Photography, Architecture and the Monument.
Highest and Best Use: Subjectivity and Climates Off and After Earth. By Luke Caspar Pearson. The Co-evolution of Buildings and Serpula lacrymans. Toward a Land-based Architecture Practice.
By Jacob Mans and Thomas Fisher. The Himalayan Ice Stupa: On the Appearance of the Baths of Caracalla. A Sibling of Wilderness. Toward an Urban Ecology. A House in the Sun: The Architecture of Neoliberalism.
Architecture, Phantasmagoria, and the Culture of Capitalism. September 1, - 5: Separatists and Utopian Town Planning.
By Ane Gonzalez Lara. How Should We Live?
Propositions for the Modern Interior. Another Way of Building Architecture. This is a must read for anthropologists and those in other disciplines who are concerned with the dynamics of global power as this is exposed in the struggle over the control of scarce resources and its tragic human effects. Crude Domination is an innovative and important book about a critical topic — oil. Crude Domination does just this among more peoples and more places than any other volume.
Its chapters investigate nuances of culture, politics and economics in Africa, Latin America, and Eurasia as they pertain to petroleum. Panel discussion held on 17 May venue: Since , new discoveries have radically changed the traditional picture of medicine as practised in ancient Greece and Rome. Archaeological finds have provided new contexts for ancient healing, and the Vlatadon MS has brought to light new Greek texts of the ancient doctor, Galen of Pergamum, c. Studies of medieval Arabic or Latin translations have also revealed new or forgotten treatises from the period of the Roman Empire, which in turn often discuss much earlier Greek writings that are otherwise lost.