Coordinators: Dragan Damjanovic (firstname.lastname@example.org), Aleksander Lupienko (email@example.com)Read Session abstract
Friday 31st August 2018
Room 20 09.00-10.30, 11.00-12.30, 14.00-15.30
Arguments Against Destruction: Preserving National Symbols and Building a New State
Creating a Monument to Kaiser Wilhelm I in Berlin: Tensions between National, Prussian and Dynastic Identities
History, national identity, architecture and urban role in the last Royal Palaces in Europe
The Cathedral, Cooking Pot of the Nation. Races and People in Eugčne Viollet-le-Duc’s work.
The discovery of Christian built heritage. Representing national continuity in 19th century Athens.
Continuity, transformation or disappearance? Architectural heritage of Silesia entangled into the national narratives and history of Prussia and Germany in the “Long” 19th century.
Madonna del Pascolo: Ruthenian Heritage in the Baroque Rome and the Development of the National Church of the Ukrainians.
Architecture as Nation-building: Prussian Role Models for Russian Cases?
Hungarian nation-building and the use of medieval archaeology
Renaissance architecture as the embodiment of the Hungarian national character
or how some 17th-century architectural monuments from the northern part of the Kingdom of Hungary came to express national identity
Gábor György Papp
Before and after Emile-André Lecomte du Nou˙ or the Birth of National Style in Romanian Architecture
Kazan antiquities and their role in the formation of nineteenth century Russian historical self-consciousness