The Conditional Autonomy of Tafuri's Historian / De Provisorische Autonomie van de Historicus bij Tafuri

Leach, Andrew (2006) The Conditional Autonomy of Tafuri's Historian / De Provisorische Autonomie van de Historicus bij Tafuri. Oase. Architecture Journal / Tijdschrift voor Architectuur, 69: 14-29.

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Author Leach, Andrew
Title The Conditional Autonomy of Tafuri's Historian / De Provisorische Autonomie van de Historicus bij Tafuri
Journal name Oase. Architecture Journal / Tijdschrift voor Architectuur
ISSN 0169-6238
ISBN 90-5662-486-5
978-90-5662-486-6
Publication date 2006-04-01
Sub-type Article (original research)
Open Access Status File (Author Post-print)
Issue 69
Start page 14
End page 29
Total pages 16
Editor Tom Avermaete
Johan Lagae
Andrew Leach
Marc Schoonderbeek
Language eng
dut
Subject 440105 History of Philosophy and History of Ideas
310101 Architecture
310105 History of the Built Environment
C1
Abstract This article considers the conditions placed on the autonomous architectural history discipline often understood at stake in Manfredo Tafuri's 1968 book Teorie e storia dell'architettura.
Keyword Manfredo Tafuri (1935-94)
Teorie e storia dell'architettura (1968)
Q-Index Code C1
Additional Notes Name of issue - Positions: Shared Territories in Historiography and Practice In recent years, both architectural historiography and architectural design practice have been characterized by significant shifts. These new perspectives and methodologies did not merely bring about internal changes, but also called into question the boundaries and relations between the two disciplines. This issue of OASE investigates the impact of these changes for both disciplines in a series of dialogues between historians, architects, designers and photographers, exploring themes such as the everyday, the landscape, heritage and visual culture. With contributions by Monique Eleb, Wim Cuyvers, Zeynep Celik, Dirk Sijmons, Camiel Van Winkel and others.

 
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