Histories of Postwar Architecture

Histories of Postwar Architecture (HPA) is a biannual open-access peer-reviewed Journal that aims to publish innovative and original papers on postwar architecture, with no geographical, methodological, historiographical or disciplinary restrictions.

Histories of Postwar Architecture (HPA) is a biannual open-access peer-reviewed Journal that aims to publish innovative and original papers on post-war architecture, with no geographical, methodological, historiographical or disciplinary restrictions.

Announcements

 

Index of “Histories of the Futures”

 

Ines Tolic, Elena Formia, Matteo Cassani Simonetti (eds)


1. Carola Hein, The Urban Core in Japan (1930s-1950s): From Plans for the Colonies to the Mainland

2. Stefano Setti, The Image as Reaction. Nuclear Painting and Architecture, Italy 1951-1958 

3. Thomas Leslie, Jumbo Architecture

4. Fredrik Torisson, A Cybernetic Hauntology

5. Alain Musset, Between Science Fiction and Social Sciences. The “Dark Side” of American Cities

The forthcoming issue is expected in January  

 
Posted: 2017-12-29
 
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Issue 0 (2017)

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Table of Contents

Editorial
 

Invited Papers

Daniel Naegele
Pepa Cassinello
Andre Tavares
Nicholas Adams
Dominique Rouillard
Mary McLeod
Giovanni Leoni
Christophe Van Gerrewey
Maristella Casciato

Reviews

Anna Lisa Carpi
Anna Rosellini
Matteo Sintini

Errata & Corrigenda

Mary McLeod