From Origins to Originality, then to Mounamentality Neo-Armenian Style and Nationalism 1924-1936 The confucsion over the originality between Neo-Armenian and Stalinist Style has been focal for Russian and Armenian scholars. Stalinist Architecture, was developed along the period of time during …

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From Origins to Originality, then to Mounamentality Volcanic Plateaus and Vecunalar Materiality 1924 – 1936 Volcanic Plateaus in Armenia The geo-territory of Armenia, no matter time, is always composed of volcanic plateaus, which is the widespread volcanic eruptions (or lava). …

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From Origins to Originality, then to Mounamentality Materializing the National Pride of Hydroelectric Power to Motif of Cascade 1924 – 1936 Integration of Geography and Technology Hydraulic and Hydroelectric Network Infrastructure construction of underground irrigation and canals is prioritized as …

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A City Deracinated Administratively Armenian Originality and Deracination through the District Divsion Policies 1924 – 1936 From Origins to Originality, then to Mounamentality District Division by Functional Zoning As the second agenda of Tamanian’s manifesto, the new order of culture …

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Armenian Originality and Nationalism Yerevan – The Capital City as State Representation of Armenian 1924-1936 Soviet Political Influence and Autonomy of Armenian Originality Leninist policies provided high autonomy to the independence of nation in Caucasian Region (figure 1), in which …

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A National Aspiration Moshe Cohen and his team were responsible for the construction of Jerusalem Light Rail [JLR], (Cohen 2004, 5-6) which was criticized of segregating Jews and Palestinians despite being an infrastructure linking west and east Jerusalem (as referencing …

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The author of the article is James R. Bell, who is the founder of the W. Haywood Burns Institute, which focuses on building equity among the different race. Hence, he has extensive experience in the international justice arena and provides …

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“Historic Map of Bangkok © 1914, University of Texas Libraries” “Map of Rattanakosin island © 1910, University of Texas Libraries” The research focus of our city – Bangkok is to explore its nationalism after years of self-colonization through the urban form’s development. It is interesting to …

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