volume II, number 2 (may 2002)

Semper and Central Europe



CONTENTS
Foreword

Articles
Semper and Viennese Architecture ca.1900
Damjan Prelovsek

Zenko Schubert-Soldern and the Reception of Gottfried Semper in Bohemia
Jindfiich Vybiral

Limits of Influence. Gottfried Semper and Poland
Wojciech Balus

The Beginnings of Art History and Museology in Hungary. Some Semper Connections
Jozsef Sisa

Gottfried Semper in Hungary
Jozsef Sisa

A Semper Student in Belgrade
Tanja Damlanovic

Central European Students at the Zurich Polytechnic Institute: 1860-1872
Joanna Wolanski

Reviews
Aneta Gluzinska: BAROKREZEPTION ZWISCHEN HISTORISMUS UND MODERNE. DIE ARCHITECTURDISKUSSION IN PRAG 1890-1914 by Alena Janatkova

Christian Otto: EIGHTEENTH-CENUTRY MONASTIC LIBRARIES IN SOUTHERN GERMANY AND AUSTRIA. ARCHITECTURE AND DECORATION by Eric Garberson

Samuel Albert: AZ ORSZAG HAZA. BUDAPESTI ORSZAGHAZA TERVAK 1784-1884/ HOUSE OF THE NATION. PARLIAMENT PLANS FOR BUDA-PEST 1784-1884 edited by Eszter Gabor et al.

Reports
Eva Pluharova-Grigiene EAST-CENTRAL EUROPEAN HISTORIOGRAPHIES OF ART AND NATIONAL DISCOURSE

Letters