||Architecture, politics, and identity in divided Berlin
||Culture, politics, and the built environment
||Introduction: Divided Capital, Dividing Capital -- Modern Capital, Divided Capital : Berlin before the Wall -- A Capital without a Country : Shaping West Berlin's Image in the Early Cold War -- The Unbridled Buildup of Socialism : Defining and Critiquing Heimat-GDR -- The Dreamed-of GDR : Public Space, Private Space, and National Identity in the Honecker Era -- Capital of the Counterculture : West Berlin and the Changing Divides of the Cold War West -- Back to the Center : Restoring West Berlin's Image and Identity -- Collapsing Borders : Housing, Berlin's 750th Anniversary, and the End of the GDR -- Conclusion: Constructing the Capital of the Berlin Republic -- Appendix: Governing Entities and Nomenclature, 1949-1989.
|Scope and content
||"Emily Pugh provides an original comparative analysis of selected works of architecture and urban planning in East and West Berlin during the 'Wall era,' to reveal the importance of these structures to the formation of political, cultural, and social identities"-- Provided by publisher.
|Bibliography note||Includes bibliographical references (pages 411-433) and index.|
|Access restriction||Available only to authorized users.|
|Technical details||Mode of access: World Wide Web|
|ISBN||9780822963028 (paperback : acid-free paper)|