Focusing on the particular sites where violence is inflicted and where its subjects and objects are articulated the book traces the intersection of violence and architecture from socialist modernization through ethnic and nationalist conflict to postwar reconstruction. Violence taking place the architecture of the kosovo conflict cultural memory in the present september 12 2016 admin by andrew herscher extra resources for violence taking place the architecture of the kosovo conflict cultural memory in the present show sample text content. Violence taking place represents the first architectural history of political violence in relation to historical preservation and in doing so suggests a new area of concern for critical heritage studies this is an important book that deserves to be read widely by those working in the field of historic preservation. Violence taking place the architecture of the kosovo conflict review rodney harrison future anterior volume 8 number 1 summer 2011 pp 124 131 review ened inflicted and remembered violence against architecture in kosovo throughout the course of the twentieth century. Andrew herscher is assistant professor of architecture at the university of michigan he investigated wartime destruction for the international criminal tribunal for the former yugoslavia was co director of the department of culture of the united nations mission in kosovo and founded the kosovo cultural heritage project
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