Architecture and Revolution: Contemporary Perspectives on Central and Eastern Europe

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Index
Note: Page numbers in bold type refer to figures; page numbers followed by 'n' refer to notes.
a
ABC of Communism23
Administration for Political Education 30
Adorno, T. 72 , 114 , 157 , 162 n
aesthetics:
revolution 113 -16
Agacinski, S. 187 n
agro-industrial towns (Romania) 107
Alberti, L.B. 210 , 212
Alexander Platz 7 , 130 -1
All Russian Union of Construction Workers (1918) 61 n
anarchists:
Moscow 13 -37, 14
anarcho-syndicalist movement 25
Anarkhiia, (Anarchy) 25 , 27 , 28 , 34 n
Antenna (Palace of Labour) 42
anthropology 8 , 140 -1, 145 n
anti-semitism 75 , 203
Antigone 214 , 216 , 217 n
arabesque 119
architect:
role 59
Architectural Studio for the Replanning of Moscow (1918) 17
architecture:
competition 41 , 42 ;
definition 116 -17;
ideology 40 -4;
politics 116 -20;
post-revolution ideology 15 - 19 ;
professional standing 16 , 166 -70
architecturomania 9 , 190 , 191
Argan, G.C. 79
Arhitectura,178
art 63 , 113 -14
art nouveau 18
artificial intelligence 142 -3
Asse, E. 165 , 169 , 173 , 174
Avenue Uniri 106
Avenue of Unity (Bucharest) 121 , 183
Avrich, P. 13

b
bank 205
Baroque 63 , 78 -9
Barthes, R. 185
Bataille, G. 116 , 119 , 187 n, 189 , 192 , 194
Baudrillard, J. 157
Benjamin, W. 114 , 157 , 185 , 216 , 222
Bentham, J. 187 n
Berlin: (1961-89) 209 -17, 211 , 212 , 213 , 215, 217 ;
Bernauer Strasse 214 ;
Museum 7 ;
Olympic Stadium 118 ;
Potsdamer Platz 7 , 132 , 136
Berlin Wall 1 , 75 , 131 , 139 , 158 , 210 -16;
defences 212
Biocosmicists 31
Boaistuau, P. 194
Bokov, A. 164 , 167 , 170 , 173 , 174
Bolsheviks 22 , 24 , 61 n;
cultural education 29 - 31
bourgeois utopia 54 , 60 n
boyars' palaces 163
brain drain (East Germany) 75
Brandenburg Gate (Berlin) 1
Bucharest 76 , 100 , 106 ;
Avenue of Unity 121 , 183 ;
earthquake (1977) 97 , 109 n;
National Theatre 181 , 182 ;
People's House (Palace) 9 , 10 n, 76 , 101 , 103 , 110 n, 182 -3, 186 n, 188 -94;
Publishing House 62 , 76 ;
totalitarian city (1980-9) 177 -87
Buck-Morss, S. 114
building workers' rights 55
built environment:
political significance 20
Business Court (Delovyi dvor)43

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