volume VI, number 3 (september 2006)

Papers from the 2003 Leipzig Conference


Guest Co-Editors:
Arnold Bartetzky and Marina Dmitrieva-Einhorn

CONTENTS
Introduction
Arnold Bartetzky and Marina Dmitrieva-Einhorn

Articles
Power and Performance: Iconography and Concepts of Revolutionary Festivals and Mobil Agitprop
Marina Dmitrieva-Einhorn

Visualizing the Experience of Dictatorship: Communism in the Museum
Arnold Bartetsky

'Today the Masses will Speak.' Mass Gymnastic Displays as Visual Representation in the Communist State
Petr Roubal

Deja vu - New Heroes from the Days of Old? The Visual Portrayal of the Historic Past and Symbols of National Identity in the Example of the Polish Regimental Badge from World War One
Roger Pilachowski

Public Monuments as Visualizations of Death in Socialist Bulgaria between 1944 and 1989
Nikolai Vukov

The New Premises of Party Authorities in the Polish People's Republic
Piotr Marciniak

The Stones of Treblinka
Frank van Vree

Quasi-State in the Worldwide Web: The Dniester Republic
Stefan Troebst

Reviews
Maria Makela: BETWEEN RUIN AND RENEWAL: EGON SCHIELE'S LANDSCAPES, by Kimberly Smith

Juliet Koss: BEFORE THE BAUHAUS: ARCHITECTURE, POLITICS, AND THE GERMAN STATE 1890-1920, by John Maciuika

Report
Munich as a Center of Artistic Education
Susanne Boeller