volume II, number 3 (september 2002)

Myths of Nationalism

CONTENTS
Foreword

Articles
Sarajevo: A Moving Target
Dijana Alic and Cerel Bertram

A Note on Frigyes Feszl's Romantic Search for a Hungarian National Style
Denes Komaric

Pragmatism and Fantasy in the Making of Zakopane Style
David Crowley

A Note on the 'Homely Style' in Polish Architecture c. 1900
Krzysztof Stefanski

The Imagery of Power: The Projects for Bucharest City Hall
Carmen Popescu

To National Identity from Invented Historic Architecture: An Aspect of the State Architecture of the Estonian Republic, 1918-1940
Mart Kalm

Between Modernity and Tradition: Lithuanian Architecture and its Decoration Between the Two World Wars
Giedre Jankeviciute

Reviews
Catherine M. Soussloff: THE VIENNA SCHOOL READER: POLITICS AND ART HISTORICAL METHOD IN THE 1930S edited by Christopher Wood

Anna Brzyski: STYLE AND SOCIALISM: MODERNITY AND MATERIAL CULTURE IN POST-WAR EASTERN EUROPE edited by Susan E. Reid and David Crowley

Pavel Sopak: TEN CENTURIES OF ARCHITECTURE (Exhibition Cat., 6 vols.) by Klara Benesovska et al.

Oliver Botar: PEST EPITESZETE A KET VILAGHABORU KOZOTT/ THE ARCHITECTURE OF PEST BETWEEN THE WORLD WARS edited by Andras Ferkai


Letters