Relevant Work by Others (ii)


A further list of selected literature I have been consulting over the past year, but is not limited to the following (more precise reviews of selected books will follow):

Ballesteros, M., Hwang, I., Sakamoto, T., Kubo, M., Tetas, A., Ferré, A. & Prat, R. (eds) 2008, Verb: Crisis, Actar, Barcelona.

Calame, J., Charlesworth, E. & Woods, L. 2009, Divided cities :Belfast, Beirut, Jerusalem, Mostar, and Nicosia, University of Pennsylvania Press, Philadelphia.

Charlesworth, E.R. 2006, Architects Without Frontiers: War. Reconstruction and Design Responsibility, Architectural Press, Oxford.

Cheldelin, S., Druckman, D. & Fast, L. (eds) 2003, Conflict, Continuum, London.

Gil, I. 2011, Conflict.

Graham, S. 2011, Cities under siege :the new military urbanism, Verso, London.

Harvey, D. 2012, Rebel Cities: From the Right to the City to the Urban Revolution, Verso, London.

Heym, S. 2012, The Architects, Daunt Books, London.

Higate, P. & Henry, M. 2009, Insecure Spaces: Peacekeeping, power and performance in Haiti, Kosovo and Liberia, Zed Books, London.

Hochman, E.S. 1989, Architects of Fortune: Mies van der Rohe and the Third Reich, Weidenfeld & Nicolson, New York.

Lahoud, A. 2010, Post Traumatic Urbanism.

Minton, A. 2009, Ground Control: Fear and Happiness in the Twenty-First Century City, Penguin Books, London.

Oosterman, A. (ed) 2010, Volume: Architecture of Peace, Stichting Archis, The Netherlands.

Rancière, J. & Corcoran, S. 2010, Dissensus, Continuum, London; New York.

Schneider, J. & Susser, I. (eds) 2003, Wounded Cities: Destruction and Reconstruction in a Globalised World, Berg, Oxford.

Sudjic, D. 2005, The Edifice Complex, Penguin Books, London.

Sunstein, C.R. 2009, Going to extremes, Oxford University Press, Oxford; New York.

Truby, S. 2008, Exit-Architecture: Design between War and Peace, Springer-Verlag Wein, New York.

Weizman, E. 2007, Hollow Land: Israel’s Architecture of Occupation, Verso, London.

Yaneva, A. 2012, Mapping Controversies in Architecture, Ashgate, Farnham.

Zizek, S. 2009, Violence, Profile Books Ltd., London.


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