TOC May 15, 2002

Journal of the Soc. of Architect. Historians (june 2002)

Zeynep Celik Perry Winston

The Table of Contents for the June 2002 issue of the Journal of the Society of
Architectural Historians is below....

Contents

VOLUME 61 NUMBER 2 JUNE 2002

Articles

ALICE FRIEDMAN
Frank Lloyd Wright and Feminism: Mamah Borthwick's Letters to Ellen Key

MEIR WIGODER
The "Solar Eye" of Vision: Emergence of the Modern Skyscraper-Viewer in the
Discourse on Heights in New York City, 1890--1920

JÓZSEF SISA
Neo-Gothic Architecture and Restoration of Historic Buildings in Central
Europe:
Friedrich Schmidt and His School

SUSAN HENDERSON
Ernst May and the Campaign to Resettle the Countryside: Rural Housing in
Silesia, 1919-1925

Exhibitions

La Basilica Incompiuta. Progetti Antichi per la Facciata di San Petronio Museo
Civico Medievale, Bologna, 4 October 2001-6 January 2002; REVIEWED BY FRANCESCO
BENELLI

William Beckford, 1760-1844: An Eye for the Magnificent The Bard Graduate
Center
for Studies in the Decorative Arts, Design and Culture, New York 18 October
2001-6 January 2002; REVIEWED BY SEAN SAWYER

Jan Kotera, 1871-1923: The Founder of Modern Czech Architecture Municipal
House,
Prague 19 December 2001-24 March 2002; REVIEWED BY NICHOLAS SAWICKI

Mies in Berlin Altes Museum, Berlin 14 December 2001-10 March 2002; REVIEWED BY
FREDERIC J. SCHWARTZ

Books

Antiquity and Its Legacy

Anaximander and the Architects. The Contribution of Egyptian and Greek
Architectural Technologies to the Origins of Greek Philosophy, by Robert Hahn

House and Society in the Ancient Greek World, by Lisa C. Nevett; REVIEWED BY
GUY
MÉTRAUX

Building on Ruins. The Rediscovery of Rome and English Architecture, by Frank
Salmon; REVIEWED BY CHRISTOPHER DREW ARMSTRONG

Architects

Sebastiano Serlio on Architecture, Volume Two, Books VI-VII of "Tutte l'opere
d'architettura" with "Castramentation of the Romans" and "The Extraordinary
Book
on Doors" by Sebastiano Serlio, translated with an introduction by Vaughan Hart
and Peter Hicks; REVIEWED BY MYRA NAN ROSENFELD

American Architects and Their Books to 1848, edited by Kenneth Hafertepe and
James F. O. Gorman; REVIEWED BY BRYAN CLARK GREEN

The President as Architect: Franklin D. Roosevelt's Top Cottage, by John G.
Waite Associates; REVIEWED BY NEIL LARSON

Early Modern

Architecture and Geometry in the Age of Baroque, by George L. Hersey; REVIEWED
BY DIRK DE MEYER

Storia dell'architettura italiana; il secondo Cinquecento, edited by Claudia
Conforti and Richard J. Tuttle; REVIEWED BY CHARLES BURROUGHS

Modernism

Richard Neutra's Windshield House, edited by Dietrich Neumann; Richard Netutra:
Complete Works, by Barbara Mac Lamprecht; REVIEWED BY MARC TREIB

Louis Kahn's Situated Modernism, by Sarah Williams Goldhagen; REVIEWED BY DAVID
B. BROWNLEE

Modernism and Nation Building, by Sibel Bozdogan; REVIEWED BY AYSE ÖNCÜ

Cities

St. Louis: The Evolution of an American Urban Landscape, by Eric Sandweiss;
REVIEWED BY OSMUND OVERBY

How Women Saved the City, by Daphne Spain; REVIEWED BY DOLORES HAYDEN

>From Statehouse to Courthouse: An Architectural History of South Carolina's
Colonial Capitol and Charleston County Courthouse, by Carl R. Lounsbury;
REVIEWED BY CARTER L. HUDGINS

Surveys

The Invention of the Historic Monument, by Françoise Choay; REVIEWED BY KEVIN
D.
MURPHY

The Architecture of Norman England, by Eric Fernie; REVIEWED BY LISA REILLY

L'Arte Dei Giardini: Scritti teorici e pratici dal XIV al XIX secolo, edited by
Margherita Azzi Visentini; REVIEWED BY DIANNE HARRIS

Lost Virginia: Vanished Architecture of the Old Dominion, by Brian Clark Green,
Calder Loth, and William M. S. Rasmussen

Lost Chicago, by David Garrard Lowe; REVIEWED BY W. BARKSDALE MAYNARD

Vernacular Architecture, by Henry Glassie; REVIEWED BY ANN McCLEARY

Abstracts

Obituary

Antoinette Forrester Downing, by Richard Longstreth

Letters

Sarah Williams Goldhagen and Diane Yvonne Ghirardo

Reference:
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