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Architecturalized Asia : mapping a continent through history

Auteur(s) : Rujivacharakul, Vimalin (Éd.)
Hahn, H. Hazel (Éd.)
Oshima, Ken Tadashi, (Éd.)
Christensen, Peter (Éd.)
Description matérielle : xiv-301 p.-16 p. de pl. : ill. ; 27 cm. Collection : Spatial habitus : making and meaning in Asia's architecture Publication : Honolulu : University of Hawai'i press ; Hong Kong : Hong Kong university press, 2013.Cote : A.59Note : Bibliogr. p. 271-291 ; Index.  
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Introduction / Rujivacharakul, Vimalin ; Hahn, H. Hazel ; Christensen, Peter and Oshima, Ken Tadashi --

Asia in world architecture and world cartography / Rujivacharakul, Vimalin --

Imagining Asia from the margins: early Portuguese mappings of the continent's architecture and space / Biedermann Zoltán --

Mountains and streams: architecturalizing landscapes in medieval Korea / Breuker, Remco E. --

The entry of Yaxiya/Asia: the (re)construction of global geography in early modern China / He, Yuming --

Abstract spaces of Asia, Indochina, and empire in the French imaginaire / Hahn, H. Hazel --

The Eurasian hour: Ratzel, Mackinder, and the architecture of geopolitical identity / Christensen, Peter --

Java's architectural enigma: the Austronesian world and the limits of "Asia" / Tajudeen, Imran bin --

Colonialism and its discontents: caitya halls and the constructed origins of South Asian Buddhist architecture / Efurd, David --

Asia outside Asia: the Alaska-Yukon-Pacific exhibition / Oshima, Ken Tadashi --

Construire le style indochinois: identity formation through geopolitical territory and architecture / Herbelin, Caroline --

Land as an architectural idea in modern Japan / Kuan, Seng --

Communist mosques: forgotten futures of late Soviet Central Asia / Demchenko, Igor --

Shifting gaze: Irano-Persian architecture from the great game to a nation-state / Grigor, Talinn --

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