Current Issue


31.2 (2021)

EDITORIAL

  1. Post-war/Cold-War in the Region,
    Mirjana Lozanovska & Cameron Logan
ARTICLES
    1. Under the Radome: The Architecture of American Cold War Surveillance,
      Stuart W. Leslie
    2. Governing Human Habitation outside the Normal Order: Architectural Mechanism of the South Korean Frontier Villages, 
      Alex Young Il Seo
    3. Ernst Plischke and Post-war Politics in New Zealand: The Case of Naenae,
      Christoph Schnoor
    4. From Colonial Revival to Architectural Regionalism: Representational Alteration in the Case of Australia’s Head of Mission Residence in New Delhi,
      Rowan Gower & Paul Hogben
    5. Inconvenient Truths: Framing an Architectural History for Cold War Australia,
      Philip Goad
    6. Forum: Cold War Architecture Historiography,
      Mirjana Lozanovska, Vladimir Kulić, Alicja Gzowska, Piotr Bujas, Peter Scriver, Amit Srivastava, Alona Nitzan-Shiftan & Claire Zimmerman
REVIEWS
    1. Architecture in Global Socialism: Eastern Europe, West Africa, and the Middle East in the Cold War by Łukasz Stanek,
      reviewed by Duanfang Lu
    2. Cold War and Architecture: The Competing Forces that Reshaped Austria after 1945 by Monika Platzer,
      reviewed by Alexander Bala
    3. Contested Space Revisited: George Town, Penang Before and After UNESCO World Heritage Listing by Gwynn Jenkins,
      reviewed by Soon-Tzu Speechley

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