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Places of commemoration : search for identity and landscape design / edited by Joachim Wolschke-Bulmahn.

Publication | Not Digitized | Library Call Number: SB470.7 .P58 2001

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    (19th :
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    Published
    Washington, D.C. : Dumbarton Oaks Research Library and Collection, c2001
    Contents
    "Come into the garden, Maud" : garden art as a privileged mode of commemoration and identity / John Dixon Hunt
    At home on the other side : African American burials as commemorative landscapes / Grey Gundaker
    Commemoration in the landscape of Minnehaha : "A halo of poetic association" / Daniel Joseph Nadenicek
    The landscape of loved ones / Marc Treib
    The national cemetery system : politics, place, and contemporary cemetery design / Michael A. Stern
    Mount Vernon Memorial Highway : changing conceptions of an American commemorative landscape / Timothy Davis
    Designing memories, of what? : reading the landscape of the astronauts memorial / Carole Blair and Neil Michel
    From World War I cemeteries to the Nazi "Fortresses of the dead" : architecture, heroic landscape, and the quest for national identity in Germany / Gunnar Brands
    Perilous landscapes : concentration camp memorials between commemoration and amnesia / Sybil Milton
    The landscape design of the Bergen-Belsen Concentration Camp Memorial / Joachim Wolschke-Bulmahn
    Sacred ground : martial landscape in American culture / Edward T. Linenthal
    The commemorative landscape of the Vietnam War / Patrick Hagopian
    The garden as narrative : Lawrence Halprin's Franklin Delano Roosevelt Memorial / Reuben M. Rainey.
    Other Authors/Editors
    Wolschke-Bulmahn, Joachim.
    Dumbarton Oaks Colloquium on the History of Landscape Architecture (19th : 1995)
    Notes
    Selected papers from the 19th Dumbarton Oaks Colloquium on the History of Landscape Architecture held in 1995.
    Includes bibliographical references and index.
    "Come into the garden, Maud" : garden art as a privileged mode of commemoration and identity / John Dixon Hunt -- At home on the other side : African American burials as commemorative landscapes / Grey Gundaker -- Commemoration in the landscape of Minnehaha : "A halo of poetic association" / Daniel Joseph Nadenicek -- The landscape of loved ones / Marc Treib -- The national cemetery system : politics, place, and contemporary cemetery design / Michael A. Stern -- Mount Vernon Memorial Highway : changing conceptions of an American commemorative landscape / Timothy Davis -- Designing memories, of what? : reading the landscape of the astronauts memorial / Carole Blair and Neil Michel -- From World War I cemeteries to the Nazi "Fortresses of the dead" : architecture, heroic landscape, and the quest for national identity in Germany / Gunnar Brands -- Perilous landscapes : concentration camp memorials between commemoration and amnesia / Sybil Milton -- The landscape design of the Bergen-Belsen Concentration Camp Memorial / Joachim Wolschke-Bulmahn -- Sacred ground : martial landscape in American culture / Edward T. Linenthal -- The commemorative landscape of the Vietnam War / Patrick Hagopian -- The garden as narrative : Lawrence Halprin's Franklin Delano Roosevelt Memorial / Reuben M. Rainey.

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    English
    ISBN
    0884022609
    Physical Description
    436 p. : ill. ; 27 cm.

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