European Peripheries of Architectural Historiography
Edited by Petra Brouwer & Kristina Jõekalda
Special issue of The Journal of Architecture, Volume 25, Issue 8 (2020)
TABLE OF CONTENTS
0. Introduction: architectural identities of European peripheries
PETRA BROUWER & KRISTINA JÕEKALDA, https://doi.org/10.1080/13602365.2020.1851542
1. In the margin of the canon: Dutch architecture in the first architectural surveys of the nineteenth century
2. ‘This hidden corner of Europe’: evaluating medieval architecture in nineteenth-century Finland
3. French architects and ‘églises grecques’: the discovery of byzantine architecture in Greece, 1820s–1840s
4. Greece, the modern margin in the classical centre: seven points for critical regionalism as historiography
5. A self-conscious architectural historiography: notes from (post)modern Portugal
RICARDO COSTA AGAREZ
6. Constructing ‘the School of the Ticino’: the historiography of a new Swiss architecture, 1975–1990
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