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Volume 68:1 March 2014

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l'imagination au Pouvoir
Marc J. Neveu

Designing Agency: The New Heuristics
Amy Kulper and Sheila Crane
 

Opinion 

Where Is the Social Project?
Kenny Cupers

Scarcity and Agency 
Jeremy Till

Designers Designing Design Education
Renée Cheng

Scholarship of Design 

Public Interest Design as Praxis
Nadia M. Anderson

Rethinking the Legacy of the Sixties Pliny Fisk's Political Ecology
Sara Deyong
 

Pre-Fabrications

On Fertility: Night Soil, Street Sweepings, and Guano in Central Park
Jane Hutton

Pass the Can: Directing the Interdependence Between the Architect and Her Instruments 
Katherine Blair Wright

What Is Property? Notes on the Topology of Land as the “Historical Precondition” and “Permanent Foundation” of Capitalist Architecture 
Adrian Blackwell

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Guest Curators

Visible Data: Information Ecologies

Invisible Cities
Sha Hwang

Exhibitionists: Curators, Collectors, and Connoisseurs

Marking a New Territory: ICAM and CCA and the Expansion of Curatorial Practices for Architecture
Fabrizio Gallanti

Design as Scholarship

Geographies of Trash
Rania Ghosn and El Hadi Jazairy

Seals, Joints, Seams, Leaks: Detailing the Architecture of Sanctuary
Meredith L. Miller

Reflections on Computational Design Through Interactions With Materiality and Physical Mock-Ups
Andrzej Zarzycki

Radical Railbanking and Scenarios for Detroit
McLain Clutter

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​Reviews 

Vincent  B. Canizaro
on Regionalism and Modernity: Architecture in Western Europe 1914–1940

Nathaniel Coleman
on Where Are the Utopian Visionaries? Architecture of Social Exchange

Michael J. Crosbie 
on An Architecture of Ineloquence: José Lluis Sert's Carmel de la Paix

Michael J. Crosbie
on Frank Lloyd Wright's Sacred Architecture: Faith, Form and Building Technology

George Dodds
on Building Seagram

Emily Gunzburger Makaš
on Modernism In-Between: The Mediatory Architectures of Socialist Yugoslavia

Kevin Harrington
on Drawing The Future: Chicago Architecture On The International Stage, 1900-1925

Deborah Howard
on Mamluk History Through Architecture: Monuments, Culture and Politics in Medieval Egypt and Syria

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​Reviews 

Sandy Isenstadt
on Little White Houses: How the Postwar Home Constructed Race in America

Kathleen James-Chakraborty
on Imperial Gothic: Religious Architecture and High Anglicanism in the British Empire, c 1840-1870

Neema Kudva and Shosahna Goldstein
on House, But No Garden: Apartment Living in Bombay's Suburbs, 1868-1964; and Unlearning the City: Infrastructure in a New Optical Field
Michael J. Crosbie
on Frank Lloyd Wright's Sacred Architecture: Faith, Form and Building Technology

George Dodds
on Building Seagram

Emily Gunzburger Makaš
on Modernism In-Between: The Mediatory Architectures of Socialist Yugoslavia

Kevin Harrington
on Drawing The Future: Chicago Architecture On The International Stage, 1900-1925

Deborah Howard
on Mamluk History Through Architecture: Monuments, Culture and Politics in Medieval Egypt and Syria

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​Reviews 

Thomas Leslie
on Basics: Architectural Design; Designing Architecture; Language of Space and Form; Diagramming the Big Idea; and Architecture

Steve Mannell
on Newfoundland Modern: Architecture in the Smallwood Years 1949-1972

Louise Noelle
on Sharp Words: Selected Essays of Dennis Sharp

Thomas Strickland
on Imperfect Health: The Medicalization of Architecture

Davis Theodore
on The Architecture of Andrew Thomas Taylor: Montreal's Square Mile and Beyond

Katherine Wheeler
on World Architecture: A Cross-Cultural History

List of Reviewers
 

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