volume I, number 2 (may 2001)

Soviet Ideology and Central Europe


CONTENTS
Foreword

Articles
Socialist Realism and Built Nationalism in the Cold War “Battle of the Styles”
Greg Castillo

The Beacons of Revolutionary Ideas: “Sorela” as Historicism and Rhetoric
Jindrich Vybiral

Monuments and Ideologies
Jan Bakos

Baltic Shores, Western Winds: Lithuanian Architects and the Subversion of the Soviet Norm
John Maciuika

Stalinism Meets Gothic: A Case Study of Some Post-World War II Architecture in the Old Town of Tallinn
Mart Kalm

The Bulgarian Search for a “National in Form and Socialist in Content” Architecture
Milka Bliznakov

Russian Emigrant Architects in and Yugoslavia (1918- 1941)
Marina Djurdjevic and Aleksandar Kadijevic

Appendix
Socialist Realism
Tibor Wiener

Ideological and Creative Pathway to Bulgarian Architecture
Boris Markov

Reviews
James A. van Dyke:
MUNICH AND MEMORY: ARCHITECTURE AND THE LEGACY OF THE THIRD REICH by Gavril Rosenfeld

FROM MONUMENTS TO TRACES: ARTIFACTS OF GERMAN MEMORY, 1879-1990 by Rudy Koshar