This thing called theory

by Stoppani, Teresa & others Eds. Series: CRITIQUES : critical studies in architectural humanities - a project of the architectural humanities research association Ed. by Jonathan Hale Published by : Routledge (Oxon) Physical details: xix,316p. ISBN:9781138223004.
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CONTENTS
List of illustrations ix List of contributors xi Acknowledgments xvii
1.This thing called theory 1
Teresa Stoppani, Giorgio Ponzo and George Themistokleous
Part I: Theories and histories 7
2. Manfredo Tafuri and the death of architecture 9
Marco De Michelis
3. Theories and history of architecture (museums) 21
Sergio M. Figueiredo
4. Architecture in/out of the boudoir? The autonomy of architecture and the architecture of autonomy 33
Ole W. Fischer
5. Repositioning. Before theory 45
Kyle Miller
Part II: Between history and philosophy 55
6. Which 'humanism'? On the Italian theory of architecture, 1951-1969 57
Amir Djalali
7 . Philosophical thinking as political praxis: Giorgio Agamben and inoperative architecture 67
Camillo Boano
8. Affective encounters amidst feminist futures in architecture? 79
Helene Frichot
9.Repositioning. The after(s) and the end(s) of theory 89
Deborah Hauptmann
Part III: Beyond the image 97
10.Drawing Jerusalem: notes on Hans Bol's Jerusalem, with Christ and the
Good Shepherd (1575) 99
Andrew Benjamin
11.Architectural drawing: architecture's speculative visual history 115
Desley Luscombe
12. God's eye view 126
Adam Jasper
Part IV: Critical displays 135
13.Aktion 507: politics become theory become praxis 137
Florian Kossak
14.Architecture and the neo avant-garde: some theories of history in architectural criticism 147
Michael Chapman
15.Exhibits that matter: material gestures with theoretical stakes 158
Maarten Liefooghe
16.Repositioning. This think called crit ... 168
Brian Hatton
Part V: Theories of things 177
17. Pragmatics: towards a theory of things 179
Gerald Adler
18.Ready, steady, cook with Bergson, Plato and Gordon Matta-Clark 191
Stephen Walker
19.Architecture's thing and the thingness of theory 200
Ivana Wingham
Part VI: The transactions of architecture 211
20. Architecture and the promise of post-capitalism 213
Anthony Burke
21. Domestic, production, debt: for a theory of the informal 222
Platon Issaias
22. White, wide and scattered: picturing her housing career 231
Helen Runting and Helene Frichot
23.Toward a theory of Interior 242
Ross Exo Adams
24.Repositioning. Theory now. Don't excavate, change reality! 252
Roemer van Toorn
Part VII: Forms of engagement 259
25.(Un)political 261
Pippo Ciorra
26.Prince complex: narcissism and reproduction of the architectural mirror 273
Camilo Amaral
27.Less than enough: a critique of Aureli's project 283
Douglas Spencer
28. Repositioning. Having ideas 292
Mario Carpo
29. Post-scriptum. 'But that is not enough' 298
Teresa Stoppanl
Index 305




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