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Architecture in National Identities: a critical review

Architecture in National Identities: a critical review This review article reflects on a representative sample of past architecture submissions to the journal National Identities: Critical Inquiry into Nationhood, Politics & Culture. The articles reviewed are drawn from those published since the inaugural issue through to date, spanning a period of twenty-one years. Twenty-four articles (of thirty-five initially reviewed) are included and organised into three categories: Typology, Remembrance and Geopolitics. Thematic, conceptual and analytical distinctions and commonalities between articles are highlighted, with the aim of providing an overview of the scholarship and intellectual territory covered. Beyond the particular categories identified, the article identifies the problem of form and context as central to any research interest in architectural nationalism, and suggests future lines of inquiry that may also provide generalisable benefits for the advancement of the discipline more broadly. http://www.deepdyve.com/assets/images/DeepDyve-Logo-lg.png National Identities Taylor & Francis

Architecture in National Identities: a critical review

National Identities , Volume 22 (4): 13 – Aug 7, 2020

Architecture in National Identities: a critical review

National Identities , Volume 22 (4): 13 – Aug 7, 2020

Abstract

This review article reflects on a representative sample of past architecture submissions to the journal National Identities: Critical Inquiry into Nationhood, Politics & Culture. The articles reviewed are drawn from those published since the inaugural issue through to date, spanning a period of twenty-one years. Twenty-four articles (of thirty-five initially reviewed) are included and organised into three categories: Typology, Remembrance and Geopolitics. Thematic, conceptual and analytical distinctions and commonalities between articles are highlighted, with the aim of providing an overview of the scholarship and intellectual territory covered. Beyond the particular categories identified, the article identifies the problem of form and context as central to any research interest in architectural nationalism, and suggests future lines of inquiry that may also provide generalisable benefits for the advancement of the discipline more broadly.

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Taylor & Francis
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© 2020 Informa UK Limited, trading as Taylor & Francis Group
ISSN
1469-9907
eISSN
1460-8944
DOI
10.1080/14608944.2020.1812825
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Abstract

This review article reflects on a representative sample of past architecture submissions to the journal National Identities: Critical Inquiry into Nationhood, Politics & Culture. The articles reviewed are drawn from those published since the inaugural issue through to date, spanning a period of twenty-one years. Twenty-four articles (of thirty-five initially reviewed) are included and organised into three categories: Typology, Remembrance and Geopolitics. Thematic, conceptual and analytical distinctions and commonalities between articles are highlighted, with the aim of providing an overview of the scholarship and intellectual territory covered. Beyond the particular categories identified, the article identifies the problem of form and context as central to any research interest in architectural nationalism, and suggests future lines of inquiry that may also provide generalisable benefits for the advancement of the discipline more broadly.

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National IdentitiesTaylor & Francis

Published: Aug 7, 2020

Keywords: Architecture; national identity; context; typology; geopolitics; remembrance; power

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