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In our next special issue, entitled "Precarious Past? Research on Baroque Architecture in East Central Europe under Socialism", authors from Lithuania, Poland, the Czech Republic, Slovakia and Hungary survey the interpretative modells applied to Baroque architecture by architectural historians in Eastern Europe during the Cold War era. Guest-editors: Michaela Marek and Eva Pluhařová-Grigienė, Humboldt-University, Berlin.

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0196 Hilke Thode-Arora, The Romanticized Māori

The impact of cartes de visite, photographs and postcards sent overseas in large numbers must have been immense, creating and perpetuating stereotyped images of Māori people. However, the 1890s brought an increasing acceptance and appropriation of photographs by Māori people themselves […].

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0191 Stephen Turner, The Currency of Gottfried Lindauer’s Māori Portraits

This article addresses the relations between painting, photography and settler colonialism in the nineteenth century through Lindauer's Māori portraits: While commissioners and curators of his Māori portraits situate his paintings within a metropolitan regime of evaluation which is underpinned by distance and debt, the portraits are also vehicles for currency of another kind […].

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0172 Janes-Laslo Stadler, Die Partisanennekropole in Mostar

After World War II, the communist party took control of the nation-building process of the newly established Socialist Federal Republic of Yugoslavia. World War II played a major role in the narration and was reinterpreted as the People's Revolution. In 1959, the municipality of Mostar decided to build a partisan cemetery […]

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