Fall Bibliography

22 Oct 2017 12:39 PM | Christine R Henry (Administrator)

Avery-Quinn, Samuel. “Ocean and Grove: Holiness, Leisure, and Contested Landscapes at Ocean Grove, New Jersey.” American Nineteenth Century History 18, no. 2 (2017): 107–129.

Baker, Andrew C. “Metropolitan Growth Along the Nation’s River: Power, Waste, and Environmental Politics in a Northern Virginia County, 1943-1971.” Journal of Urban History 43, no. 5 (September 2017): 703–19.

Beaudoin, Matthew A. “Repairing a Break with the Past: Considering Eighteenth- and Nineteenth-Century Ceramic Repair in Newfoundland and Labrador.” International Journal of Historical Archaeology 21, no. 3 (September 2017): 755–71.

Bentz, Linda, and Todd J. Braje. “Sea of Prosperity: Foundations of the California Commercial Abalone Fishery.” International Journal of Historical Archaeology 21, no. 3 (September 2017): 598–622.

Carvino, Frank. “The Archaeology of Eighteenth-Century Smuggling in New England.” International Journal of Historical Archaeology 21, no. 3 (September 2017): 725–54.

Crinson, Mark. “Singapore’s Moment: Critical Regionalism, Its Colonial Roots and Profound Aftermath.” The Journal of Architecture 22, no. 4 (May 19, 2017): 689–709.

De Munck, Bert. “Disassembling the City: A Historical and an Epistemological View on the Agency of Cities.” Journal of Urban History 43, no. 5 (September 2017): 811–29.

Dennison, Pat. The Evolution of Scotland’s Towns: Creation, Growth and Fragmentation. New York: Oxford University Press, 2017.

Dyer, Michael. “The River and the Rail: The Industrial Evolution of the Port of New Bedford.” IA: Journal of the Society for Industrial Archaeology 40, no. 1/2 (2014).

Epstein, Seth. “Urban Governance and Tolerance: The Regulation of Suspect Spaces and the Burden of Surveillance in Post–World War I Asheville, North Carolina.” Journal of Urban History 43, no. 5 (September 2017): 683–702.

Feniger, Neta, and Rachel Kallus. “Building a ‘new Middle East’: Israeli Architects in Iran in the 1970s.” The Journal of Architecture 22, no. 4 (May 19, 2017): 765–85.

Foster, Mark. “New Bedford: Whale Oil Refining Capital.” IA: Journal of the Society for Industrial Archaeology 40, no. 1/2 (2014).

Golden, Elizabeth M. Building from Tradition: Local Materials and Methods in Contemporary Architecture. New York: Routledge, 2018.

Gürel, Meltem Ö. “Architectural Mimicry, Spaces of Modernity: The Island Casino, Izmir, Turkey.” The Journal of Architecture 22, no. 4 (May 19, 2017): 739–64.

Heath, Kingston Wm. “From Whalers to Weavers: New Bedford’s Urban Transformation and Contested Identities.” IA: Journal of the Society for Industrial Archaeology 40, no. 1/2 (2014).

Jackson, Iain. “Tropical Architecture and the West Indies: From Military Advances and Tropical Medicine, to Robert Gardner-Medwin and the Networks of Tropical Modernism.” The Journal of Architecture 22, no. 4 (May 19, 2017): 710–38.

Kargon, Jeremy. “Critique of an ‘Artefactual’ Landscape: Erich Mendelsohn’s Engagement with the Built and Natural Environment, 1919–1931.” The Journal of Architecture 22, no. 5 (July 4, 2017): 875–98.

Knoblock, Glenn A., and David W. Wemmer. Weathervanes of New England. Jefferson, NC: McFarland Publishing, 2017.

Lang, Luciana. “Simulating Fisherfolk and Performing Heritage through Ritual, History, and Nostalgia.” International Journal of Heritage Studies 23, no. 7 (August 9, 2017): 628–42.

Longstreth, Richard W. A Guide to Architecture in the Adirondacks. Keeseville, N.Y.: Adirondack Architectural Heritage, 2017.

Luscombe, Desley. “Illustrating Architecture: The Spatio-Temporal Dimension of Gerrit Rietveld’s Representations of the Schröder House.” The Journal of Architecture 22, no. 5 (July 4, 2017): 899–932.

Malone, Patrick M. “Steam Mills in a Seaport: Power for the New Bedford Textile Industry.” IA: Journal of the Society for Industrial Archaeology 40, no. 1/2 (2014).

McMurry, Sally. Pennsylvania Farming: A History in Landscapes. Pittsburgh: University of Pittsburgh Press, 2017.

Miller, Edward V. “Industrialization on Chicago’s Periphery: Examining Industrial Decentralization, 1893–1936.” Journal of Urban History 43, no. 5 (September 2017): 720–43.

Moravánszky, Ákos. “Peripheral Modernism: Charles Polónyi and the Lessons of the Village.” The Journal of Architecture 22, no. 4 (May 19, 2017): 662–88.

Orr, Raymond. “The Nostalgic Native? The Politics and Terms of Heritage and Remembrance in Two Communities.” International Journal of Heritage Studies 23, no. 7 (August 9, 2017): 643–53.

Parrott, Charles. “The Weave Sheds of New Bedford and Their Place in American Industrial Architecture.” IA: Journal of the Society for Industrial Archaeology 40, no. 1/2 (2014).

Periton, Diana. “The ‘Coupe Anatomique’: Sections through the Nineteenth Century Parisian Apartment Block.” The Journal of Architecture 22, no. 5 (July 4, 2017): 933–48.

Pouryan, Ashkan Avali. “History, Space, and Industrialization: An Industrial Archaeology of Labor at Tehran, Iran.” International Journal of Historical Archaeology 21, no. 3 (September 2017): 708–24.

Reft, Ryan. “The Metropolitan Military: Homeownership Resistance to Military Family Housing in Southern California, 1979-1990.” Journal of Urban History 43, no. 5 (September 2017): 767–94.

Schexnayder, Jessica H., and Mary H. Manhein. Fragile Grounds: Louisiana’s Endangered Cemeteries. Jackson: University Press of Mississippi, 2017.

Smith, Laurajane, and Gary Campbell. “‘Nostalgia for the Future’: Memory, Nostalgia and the Politics of Class.” International Journal of Heritage Studies 23, no. 7 (August 9, 2017): 612–27.

Stevenson, C. Ian. “Vacationing with the Civil War: Maine’s Regimental Summer Cottages.” Civil War History 63, no. 2 (June 2017): 151–180.

Wernke, Steven A., Lauren E. Kohut, and Abel Traslaviña. “A GIS of Affordances: Movement and Visibility at a Planned Colonial Town in Highland Peru.” Journal of Archaeological Science 84 (August 2017): 22–39.

Wlasiuk, Jonathan. Refining Nature: Standard Oil and the Limits of Efficiency. Pittsburgh: University of Pittsburgh Press, 2017.

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