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Living with History focuses on a particular aspect of heritage preservation in the 20th century: destruction and post-war reconstruction in Belgium, France, Germany, Great Britain, and The Netherlands. This book establishes a status quaestionis for the historiography of wartime and post-war preservation, and sets these particular developments in preservation history in the context of the general evolution of architecture and urbanism. It studies the specific role of conservationists and heritage institutions and administrations in the overall reconstruction, and examines the specific role of architects and planners in preservation matters. Living with History se concentre sur un aspect particulier de la conservation du patrimoine au XXe siècle : les destructions et la reconstruction d’ après-guerre en Belgique, en France, en Allemagne, en Grande-Bretagne et aux Pays-Bas. Cet ouvrage dresse un état de la question sous l’ angle de l’ évolution d’ ensemble de l’ architecture et de l’ urbanisme. Il étudie le rôle des conservateurs et des institutions patrimoniales dans la reconstruction en général et examine le rôle spécifique des architectes et urbanistes dans les domaines liés à la conservation.

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  1. Cover
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  1. Title Page, Copyright Page
  2. pp. 1-4
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  1. Contents / Table des matières
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  1. Introduction
  2. Nicholas Bullock & Luc Verpoest
  3. pp. 9-18
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  1. Introduction
  2. Nicholas Bullock & Luc Verpoest
  3. pp. 19-30
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  1. 1. The Reconstruction of Heritage / La Reconstruction Du Patrimoine
  2. pp. 31-32
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  1. Art and Architectural History as Substitutes for Preservation. German Heritage Policy in Belgium during and after the First World War
  2. Marnix Beyen
  3. pp. 33-44
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  1. 'The German way of Making Better Cities'. German Reconstruction Plans for Belgium during the First World War
  2. Wolfgang Cortjaens
  3. pp. 45-60
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  1. La France d’un modèle de reconstruction à l’autre, 1918-1945
  2. Danièle Voldman
  3. pp. 61-72
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  1. Paul Léon, le service des Monuments historiques et la reconstruction. Enjeux et cadre institutionnel
  2. Arlette Auduc
  3. pp. 73-86
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  1. Le service des Monuments historiques. Acteur de la construction en France, 1940-1950
  2. Patrice Gourbin
  3. pp. 87-104
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  1. Les ambiguïtés du régionalisme architectural après la Grande Guerre. L’exemple de la Flandre française
  2. Benoît Mihail
  3. pp. 105-126
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  1. Avec ou sans l’histoire? L’exemple de la reconstruction des églises de Meurthe-et-Moselle (Lorraine française) après la Première Guerre mondiale
  2. Nicolas Padiou
  3. pp. 127-134
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  1. Alignements urbains et reconstructions après guerre à Louvain et Saint-Malo
  2. Anne Moignet-Gaultier
  3. pp. 135-154
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  1. Le symbole ou la fonction? La reconstruction des églises protégées après la Seconde Guerre mondiale
  2. Céline Frémaux
  3. pp. 155-164
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  1. Les enjeux de la création contemporaine dans la restauration d’un monument classé. Les premiers vitraux de peintres à la cathédrale de Metz, 1952-1965
  2. Christine Blanchet-Vaque
  3. pp. 165-174
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  1. A Remarkable Continuity between 1930s Ideas and Reconstruction after the Second World War. New Stained-Glass Windows in War-Damaged Churches in the Diocese of Namur (Belgium)
  2. Zsuzsanna Böröcz
  3. pp. 175-188
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  1. Recreating an Urban Atmosphere. The Rebuilding of Three Dutch Towns: Middelburg, Rhenen and Wageningen
  2. Arjen Looyenga
  3. pp. 189-200
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  1. Histoires sans abri - abris sans histoires. La valeur historique et sociale des monuments reconstruits
  2. Gabi Dolff-Bonekämper
  3. pp. 201-218
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  1. Huib Hoste and the Reconstruction of Zonnebeke, 1919-1924
  2. Patrik Jaspers
  3. pp. 219-230
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  1. Domi or Dom-Ino? The Role of the Genius Loci in Post-war Reconstruction and Interwar Urbanism
  2. Leen Meganck
  3. pp. 231-244
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  1. Ferdinand De Ruddereas Town Architect of Dendermonde after the First World War. Stylistic Indifference or Balance?
  2. Evert Vandeweghe
  3. pp. 245-262
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  1. Housing for War Victims, 1946-1948. A Problematic Building Project by the Belgian Government
  2. Fredie Floré
  3. pp. 263-278
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  1. The Reconstruction of the CroatianCoastal City of Zadar
  2. Ivana Lazanja
  3. pp. 279-288
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  1. La réception de l’architecture brésilienne à Royan
  2. Gilles Ragot
  3. pp. 289-294
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  1. Regeneration of the Dutch Residence. Representation of State and Post-war Reconstruction at The Hague
  2. Marieke Kuipers
  3. pp. 295-322
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  1. The Remains of War and the Heritage of Post-war Reconstruction in Flanders Today
  2. Jo Braeken
  3. pp. 323-334
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  1. La fortune critique de la reconstruction. Présence de l’histoire, politique du lien, poétique de l’intervalle
  2. Emmanuel Doutriaux
  3. pp. 335-348
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  1. Valuing the Past, Seizing the Future. Towards an Architecture of Reconstruction
  2. Nicholas Bullock
  3. pp. 349-364
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  1. Abbreviations / Abréviations
  2. p. 365
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  1. Bibliography / Bibliographie
  2. pp. 366-382
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  1. Index of Persons / Index des Personnes
  2. pp. 383-386
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  1. Index of Places / Index des Noms de Lieux
  2. pp. 387-388
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  1. Authors / Auteurs
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  1. Colophon / Colophone
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Additional Information

ISBN
9789461663962
Related ISBN
9789058678416
MARC Record
OCLC
1239773601
Pages
392
Launched on MUSE
2021-02-27
Open Access
Yes
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