volume VIII, number 2 (may 2008)

The Near East and Central Europe


CONTENTS
Introduction
Dora Wiebenson

Articles
The Muslim Tartars of the Grand Duchy of Lithuania and Their Architectural Heritage
K. Paul Zygas

National Self-Preservation in 18th Century Serbian Church Architecture in Hungary
Marta Nagy

Housing the Nation: Facades and Furnishings in the Bulgaro-Ottoman Revival House
Mary Neuberger

Between East and West: the Role of the Orient in Romanian Art in the 19th and Early 20th Centuries
Shona Kallestrup

Balkan Orientalism: Geopolitics and Self-Invention: A Reading of the Romanian Case
Carmen Popescu

Peripheral Empire - International Colony: Yugoslav National Pavilions at the Paris World Exhibitions in 1925 and 1937
Aleksandar Ignatovic

Reviews
Ilona Sarmany-Parsons: ART, DESIGN AND ARCHITECTURE IN CENTRAL EUROPE 1890-1920, by Elizabeth Clegg

Elana Schapira: DAS ARCHITEKTEN-UND DESIGNER-EHEPAAR JACQUES UND JACQUELINE GROAG, ZWEI VERGESSENE KUNSTLER DER WIENER MODERNE, by Ursula Prokop

Ulrich Dangel: MAX BERG'S CENTENNIAL HALL AND EXHIBITION GROUNDS IN WROCLAW, by Jerzy Ilkos