Jewish culture and modern architecture in New Zealand

Leach, Andrew (2005). Jewish culture and modern architecture in New Zealand. In: Proceedings of: Devarim NZ - Jewish Culture Symposium. Devarim NZ - Jewish Culture Symposium, Wellington, New Zealand, (). 28-31 July 2005.

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Author Leach, Andrew
Title of paper Jewish culture and modern architecture in New Zealand
Conference name Devarim NZ - Jewish Culture Symposium
Conference location Wellington, New Zealand
Conference dates 28-31 July 2005
Proceedings title Proceedings of: Devarim NZ - Jewish Culture Symposium
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Publication Year 2005
Sub-type Oral presentation
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Language eng
Abstract/Summary This symposium paper considers the problem of flattening out the characteristics of the so-called 'community' of central European, Jewish, left-wing architects and planners who arrived in New Zealand between 1933-1938 as refugees. It briefly explores the important contribution made by members of this 'community' while raising this historiographical characterisation as a contemporary problem.
Formatted Abstract/Summary
Subjects 310105 History of the Built Environment
EX
1201 Architecture
Keyword Jewish culture
Refugee
New Zealand
Holocaust
Friedrich Neumann
Frederick Newman
Helmut Einhorn
Heinrich Kulka
Gordon Wilson
Ian Reynolds
Imric Porsolt
Modern architecture
Q-Index Code EX
Additional Notes Unpublished conference paper

 
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